Yuracaré People Group News

Konyagi Scripture dedication is planned for the end of this year.

The missionary team among the Nahuatl people feel that the Gospel presentation last week was very clear.

Moving through milestones.

David and Christine Baxter's plans for next year have changed and they would appreciate your prayers for future decisions.

Ragnar and Elizabeth Niclasen's hearts continue to be encouraged as they work with the Kankana-ey.

After a time of home assignment in Switzerland Miriam Eikelboom returned to Papua New Guinea via the USA.

Levi and Robyn Lenz and co-workers Daniel and Rachel Hulley are excited to see major progress in translation.

Privileged to meet fellow believers and hear their testimony to God’s grace.

Friends in Action hope to visit West Africa to drill wells again this month.

A new Gospel outreach has started in a neighbouring Dom village.

Stephan and Sandra Hunziker are very excited that their future seems to be coming clearer.

Transition to Greenland.

Kirsty Bosley is so thankful for a great group of volunteers.

A clash of worldviews is painful, confusing, frustrating and difficult.

Earlier this month Ralf Schlegel was back in Dinangat for ten days.

Despite many other things going on Albert and Lynne Castelijn made good progress on Bible translation.

The Stanleys needed a little bit of time to adjust to being back in the Western world.

Aaron and Amy Speitelsbach are back in the village after spending some restful days and wonderful fellowship with friends over Christmas.

Andrew, a former student at North Cotes College is now serving in Uganda.

2018-01-26 | Current News, Prayer, Africa

Knowing that you are praying for Ragnar and Elizabeth Niclasen and their work with the Kankana-ey is an encouragement to them.