Things don’t always go according to plan — and that’s usually viewed as a bad thing. So when I tell you that is what happened with the Manjui New Testament, you might be ready to despair.
Highlights from missionary updates from Africa, Latin America and the Asia-Pacific region. Read the latest news from the front lines about Gospel outreaches, Bible translation, and the fruit God is producing.
Teaching people to read is a key element of establishing a maturing church.
After initial approval, construction of a meeting place for believers has come to a halt.
Missionaries are not immune to hardships and discouragement.
Missionaries Dan and Ginny Bryant share their thoughts on their family's return to Guinea.
The chronological Firm Foundations study is to begin in October.
Dan Bryant has completed his formal study of the Landuma language
Missionary Casey Cretsinger shares the doubled joy of twins in a culture where two babies seldom survive.
Dan Bryant gained more insight into the Landuma culture after suffering several bee stings.
A missionary family helps make fast work of building walls in a village house, but finds that building relationships takes time.
Missionaries Dan and Michelle Dore are memorizing Scripture in three languages.
The Konyagi people have begun hearing Firm Foundation Bible lessons.
Janel Nale teaches the children of missionaries in the Landuma tribe.
Village happenings give Chatal Pilon insights into Konyagi culture, but limit her time for formal language study.
Guinea, Prayer, Current News, Konyagi People, Africa
The believers have also recently held a baptism, write church planters Ron and Heather Yearwood.
Guinea, Prayer, Current News, Tanda People, Africa
The Bulongish people of Guinea are listening to Firm Foundations Bible lessons and becoming more and more intrigued with the God of the universe.
A Guinean family benefits when a couple obtains another vehicle.