By the traditions of Nahuatl culture, Humberto had every right to shoot back.
Many partners in the gospel are needed to take the Good News about Jesus to people who are waiting to hear.
Christmas brought some surprise openings to share the story of Jesus with the Nahuatl people.
The path that leads to the village cemetery is lined with darkness and despair.
Missionaries to the Nahuatl people have reached an exciting stage of their ministry.
How many decades should a people group have to wait to hear the Good News about Jesus?
As the seasons change, Peter Hypki is thankful for Someone who never changes.
The Nahuatl people are closer to being able to hear the Good News.
Katie Moore shares the prospect of months without internet connection.
Missionaries to the Nahuatl people are motivated in advanced language study by the essential news they have.
Augustina is asking missionaries to teach her more about God.
Well drilling in a Nahuatl village has stopped after the drill shaft broke.
For the missionary team to the Nahuatl people, getting a reliable water source has been more about the people seeing the power of the one true God.
Her love for Christ and the Nahuatl people often compels Katie Moore to eat things that are out of her comfort zone.
Katie Moore sees a deeper truth when she accidently drains her rainwater holding tank.
Katie Moore's Nahuatl friend said she needed someone who was qualified to talk to God.
Relationships planted in culture and language study today will blossom and open doors to the gospel tomorrow.
Each day there are opportunities for missionary Katie Moore to build relationships and trust.
A dangerous cult brings fear, misery and threatens death to the Nahuatl people.
Missionary Katie Moore says their team feels compelled to learn to speak the Nahuatl language fluently and to build relationships that earn them the right to speak.