Ayore People Group News

Lolos in Mozambique are finding out that their former thinking was wrong.

Missionaries and Landuma teachers are sharing and witnessing in several villages.

God can provide even the littlest things.

In an era when a jet can whisk you to the other side of the world, it's hard to imagine there are still places that take more than two days to get to.

Time in God's Word naturally leads them to tell others about Jesus.

Sekadau believers need to work things out before ministry can continue.

Liv Poulsen and Rebecca Stottlemyer are thankful for the help that has allowed them to keep building relationships among the Badyaranke people.

A Patpatar man in Papua New Guinea, deaf since childhood, presents a challenge missionaries intend to rise to.

Growth is evident as they learn from God and apply that day-to-day.

Missionaries will hike through the mountains of Papua New Guinea next week to visit several Abasakur villages as they seek a place to begin ministry.

Missionaries are preparing lessons and hoping the situation will resolve soon.

Families are moving closer to attend literacy classes so they can read Bible lessons and the Scriptures in their own language.

After weeks of Bible teaching lessons, this week moved into the New Testament and toward the message of Salvation.

Missionaries Cori Gervasi and Naomi Christenson prepare to minister among the Sekadau people.

The Yagarias thanked God for a revised Bible in their language.

God gets praise from our excitement over what He has done and who He is.

The Palaka people came up with their own way to praise God.

A lot could have kept the Siawis from obeying the Lord in baptism.

Translation insights provide a key term to teach the Guahibos about praise.

Knowing Jesus has changed everything for the Yagaria people.