Jason & Midori Sliger

Career Missionaries since 2020, serving the Gogodala people of Papua New Guinea.

Jason has been blessed to spend his life in ministry, first as a Bible worker, then as an evangelist with Amazing Facts. Midori has always wanted to work overseas, but instead God opened doors in the States where her interest in young people led her to teach in a small multi-grade classroom.

Together they traveled around the United States doing Bible prophecy seminars for several years before God called them to pastor in the Michigan Conference. While pastoring, they were blessed with the birth of three precious children, Evangeline, Christian and Verity.

“As a family, our desire is to serve God where we are needed most, and God has made it clear that He is calling us to join Adventist Frontier Missions to reach the unreached with the gospel. We are excited to answer, ‘Here am I, send me.’”

Frontier Stories

Apoma and His Gowa

If the village could see the power of God through the conversion of Apoma, all should feel hope in the love of God doing the same in their own lives, no matter their situation. Would you please join us in our prayers for Apoma?

By: Jason Sliger
May 01 2022, 9:34 am | Comments 0

A Welcome Fit for the Prime Minister

Don’t miss an opportunity to enjoy the welcome of a lifetime.

By: Midori Sliger
March 01 2022, 9:08 am | Comments 0

And . . . We’re . . . Off!

We are eager to meet our new family there and begin our new lives with them. Despite the challenges we know are ahead, we can rest, knowing that God will continue to take care of us as we go.

By: Jason Sliger
January 01 2022, 3:17 pm | Comments 0

Ready to Launch

We want to thank each of you for making it possible for us to begin this journey with Jesus to the front lines. Your prayers and sacrificial giving have been an immense blessing and have encouraged our family to keep pressing on.

By: Jason Sliger
November 01 2021, 8:36 am | Comments 0

Sudden Acceleration

Thank you for believing God’s calling for our lives, even though this process has taken longer than anyone expected. We wish we could give each of you a hug of thanks, but that will probably have to wait because we will soon be bound for PNG.

By: Jason Sliger
October 01 2021, 3:21 pm | Comments 0

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