Next week another group of Tobo people in Papua New Guinea will hear evangelistic Bible lessons.
Unex, Jason Williamson’s language co-worker, has agreed to host the teaching in his yard and to build benches for people to sit on.
"This is a big deal. This is why you came." Unex told Jason. "I was asked to go out to town with some of my family members, but I told them that I was going to stay so I could hear this talk that surpasses all other talk and every other work."
The believers are getting excited about the teaching and many are looking forward to being a part of the outreach.
"Last week we had a meeting with the Tobo believers to show them that as the body of Christ we all have a part to play in the teaching," Jason wrote. "Whether it’s praying, actually attending to read scripture or help with dramas, or supporting the teachers by helping them in their gardens or cutting firewood, everyone can participate in the outreach."
Please pray that the Tobos will make these daily meetings a priority in their lives and be there every day to hear how the story unfolds. Pray especially for Unex who heard the Scriptures when helping Jason translate the lessons but did not understand and believe.