The golden Madang sun broke through the surface of the water and started to rise quickly into the lightening sky. This day was proving to be a beauty already. Continue reading
It all began rather suddenly. I started out my day like normal when around 8:00 am, the time I normally start school, the phone rang. Dad’s voice came over the phone saying that he just got an offer for me to spend a week in a remote village. If I accepted I would have two hours to pack. Of course, I said yes! Continue reading
Wonder what exactly your watching? Your looking at someone’s life being saved over the radio. Continue reading
What about the blind pastor, how can he preach if he can’t read? What about the mother who never learned to read?
What about the children who never had the chance to get a good education? Does that mean they will never be able to understand or read God’s redeeming story for themselves? Continue reading
“Carolyn is putting on a Jesus Film showing and tech talk overnight at Simeon’s village on Friday,” Dad announced.
‘Overnight?’ The Jesus film was always shown late, after dark, but usually just meant getting back to our beds around midnight, not actually sleeping at the showing site.
Grace looked my way. I knew exactly what was running through her mind; I was thinking it, too.