Among the class members was a lady whose husband had previously shown strong prejudice against Seventh-day Adventists, even kicking
SDA students out of the village. Another class member was a high-ranking woman in the major church of the village. These all came and participated in our worship service. Praise God!
God works in mysterious ways. I didn’t see this coming, but He did.
As the old hymn says, with the baptisms came the gleams of the golden morning piercing through the night of gloom.
God is using this construction work as a tool to reach our young construction workers.
Abilo has a desire to do what is right and to follow Jesus.
We need builders who are willing to work with us to get this training center up and operational.
There is no better liability insurance than doing His work.
Thank you to those who have given of their means to help make this Gogodala Training Center become a reality.
Angela’s life created ripples that will keep spreading outward.
I could almost hear Jesus’ voice saying to me, “Feed my sheep.”
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Gogodala Training Center - Phase 2 6%
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Since 2007, Stephen and Laurie Erickson, with their daughters Karin and Johanna, have been working to raise up a church-planting movement among the animist Gogodala people who live along the Aramia River in the Western Province of Papua New Guinea.
To see if Stephen and Laurie Erickson are coming to a church near you, visit the
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