Mibu People Group News


Geoff and Shannon Husa are returning to the Mibu in PNG this week.

The last few weeks have been filled with travelling for Geoff and Shannon Husa and family.

Prayer has been a huge part in the work among the Mibu people.

Geoff and Shannon Husa recently returned to Mibu after spending more than a month in town.

Preparing for more outreach and for translation checks in Mibu.

Continued improvement with literacy skills.

They grip their pencils with calloused, dirty hands, carefully scratching out words in a language that few can understand, and fewer still can read...

Bapeke stopped to drink a little water and catch his breath...

I can't believe what the missionary did! In front of my mother-in-law!

The hut was now a smoldering pile of ash...

Senare's taro plant is no ordinary plant...

A group of interface students visited the Mibu people to see how God has worked among them.

A missionary couple challenged and encouraged Interface students.

Everything about the letter commanded,“Read me and obey!”

Mibu believers in Papua New Guinea still grieve over the death of loved ones but recognize it "is the beginning of the harvest of our people going to Heaven"

Joey Tartaglia fails with the cucumber but delights in Weng's understanding of grace.

Mibu believers showed they still have needs when asked if they could stand on their own.

Mibu believers testify about why both the Old and New Testament teaching is necessary.

The Mibu church in Papua New Guinea worked together to bring a believer's body home.

Ketang acknowledged God's timing in the death of his wife, Yoonare, last week.