Morop People Group News

Some days are packed full of opportunities for Jim and Joy Elliott to trust God.

Jim and Joy Elliott are 'so glad to be back in the tribe, and God is using them to meet a variety of needs there.

Jim and Joy Elliott find it difficult to keep up with the demands of ministry among the Morop people

The urgency of language study is revealed in missionary Jim Elliott's conversation with his language helper.

Jim Elliott is writing a report on the grammar of the Morop language. “It has been a hard task, but a good way to understand all the ins and outs of the language,” wrote Jim’s wife, Joy. “I’m working on the culture write-up,” which is a summar

2011-08-19 | Morop People, Prayer

Next week, Jim and Joy Elliott plan to return to a Morop village after more than a month away for medical reasons. They plan to jump back into studying the culture and language, but “the medical needs of the people usually back up a lot while we are gon

2011-04-12 | Morop People, Prayer

Missionaries among the Morop people earn their gratitude caring for people hurt by machetes and an axe.

Traditional Morop weddings are very different from what we're used to.

While life from outside creeps in on a Morop village and missionaries work hard at learning culture and language, God brings some encouragement.

Only a few tears were shed for a Morop man when he died Monday, leaving missionaries wondering whether wailing or silence was worse.

God can provide even the littlest things.

The way tuberculosis attacks has a lot in common with our unseen Enemy. This is not a happy story. It's a real story.