Dom People Group News

Recently there was another death in the Dom village where Jim and Judy Burdett live.

Gerolf and Mailis Wuest with Richard and Christian have been thinking a bit deeper about Christmas.

Bible teaching at the three outreach villages continue howbeit not without glitches along the way.

The four man evangelism team from the Dom had a great reception from the Bari speaking people.

Gerolf and Mailis Wuest have returned to the Dom in Papua New Guinea.

The Dom New Testament has been very well received.

Jim and Judy Burdett are thrilled to see believers reading their new Dom New Testaments.

Jim and Judy Burdett are back in PNG!

Home assignment in Germany has been full of blessings for Gerolf and Mailis Wuest

Jim and Judy Burdett along with co-workers Gerolf and Mailis Wuest are exceedingly pleased to announce the printing of the Dom language New Testament!

Gerolf and Mailis Wuest have exciting news to share

New believers and NewTestament.

The last two New Testament books to be translated into the Dom language have been checked.

Nothing is more joyful than seeing God’s work in hearts after years of faithful sharing.

Gerolf and Mailis Wuest with Richard praise God for helping them as they serve in the Dom tribe of Papua New Guinea.

Jim Burdett has the translations of James and Philemon ready for the final check by an experienced Bible translator.

Reading Ephesians for practice, Yal Ki’s heart was stirred and he turned back to God.

This week, Lori Morley is helping Jim and Judy Burdett work on some long-standing problems with the Dom orthography.

It was only a bundle of grass, but Gena knew this meant that an enemy had cursed him...

A weekend visit to assess the maturity of the Dom church, and what steps come next, went well.