Ayore People Group News

Most tribal people do not have a religion, strictly speaking, but have a distinct way they view the world and everything in it.

2009-01-25 | NTM Link Magazine

The groundbreaking Firm Foundations: Creation to Christ lesson book has been revised, improved and expanded.

2009-01-25 | NTM Link Magazine

People who can read and write in their own language are better equipped to mature in their faith.

2009-01-25 | NTM Link Magazine

The people swayed with the music, lifting their hands in worship. Then the pastor began speaking on righteous living. There were cries of "amen" as he presented each new thought.

2009-01-25 | NTM Link Magazine

Cataloging the massive amount of data that characterizes a people group's culture and language will never be easy, but new tools make it easier.

2009-01-25 | NTM Link Magazine

Wana believers are eager for help reaching out to unreached communities.

Bagwido believers now understand the true meaning of Christmas and "why the years flip over."

2009-01-23 | Papua New Guinea

Eight teams meeting in Senegal are learning how to translate God's Word into tribal languages.

2009-01-22 | Senegal

Five days living with tribal people is part of the Interface program in Papua New Guinea.

2009-01-22 | Papua New Guinea

A Dao believer, Yusupi, no longer closes his door at night. He now knows that God's power is greater than the evil spirits he once feared.

Believing and non-believing Abau people alike are moving forward in learning more about God.

Missionary pilot Daren Spence and his family started off the New Year with the Punan people of the Asia-Pacific region.

After leaving the Siawis in Papua New Guinea to devote more time to helping other missionaries with their Bible translation work; Linda Krieg now finds her path leading back.

2009-01-16 | Papua New Guinea

One Inanbimali village in Papua New Guinea was hungry for God's Word last week when two believers shared the Creation story.

2009-01-15 | Papua New Guinea

Missionaries beginning ministry among the Konyagui people of Guinea look to God for wisdom.

2009-01-13 | Guinea

Though Audrey Dejager has a new ministry, the Jalunga people still consider her one of them.

2009-01-12 | Senegal

Missionary pilot Paul Wilhelmson waited at the closest airport while a missionary family made an 11-hour trip to meet him.

The Bena Bena woman in Papua New Guinea demonstrated a different way of dying to those who watched.

2009-01-09 | Papua New Guinea

Military takeover after president's death appears to be widely seen as a good thing inside the country.

2008-12-30 | Guinea, Prayer, Mission News

The God of the Bible is foreign to this Tobo man, who is helping missionaries learn his culture and language.