It’s our hope that, through helping the kids, we can also reach their parents and relatives.
They know where to go for water that comes and goes, but Water that springs up eternally is hard for them to imagine.
Our two weeks in Ifugao were spent in fellowship and renewing old friendships. Many came to see us whom we thought we would never meet again on this earth.
AFM’s PNG projects are our most remote, and I am always amazed at the commitment of our missionaries to live so far from civilization and visit town only four to six times a year.
As the old hymn says, with the baptisms came the gleams of the golden morning piercing through the night of gloom.
I praise God for how He is touching Mam’s heart and creating in her a desire to know Him.
These events really meet a need, and I praise God for blessing us with property and facilities for hosting retreats and seminars.
Please keep these families in your prayers as they adjust to a completely different way of life and make friends for Jesus.