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Grace and favor on our partners in Bible Translation. That’s our prayer for you!
Comfort for Kevin’s sister Karen, as she continues through this first year without her husband John, who passed away on June 24, 2014.
Physical and Spiritual vitality for Notsi translators as they record the Gospel of John while continuing with translating other New Testament books.
Family members living with chronic illness such as diabetes, high blood pressure and other ailments.
Our plans to visit partners in ministry and that we ‘ll have funds needed to purchase return tickets to Papua New Guinea.
Spiritual growth of lay Christians among the Notsi, especially those involved in Bible translation.
Gertrude—as she begins to consider the scope of her role in literacy and education with leadership back in PNG
Jesus Film—Develop the script from the Gospel of Luke and other text and dub it into the Jesus film.
Partners in ministry for new Wycliffe missionaries—for prayer and finances.
Safety in our travels as we travel around the country visiting family and partners in ministry.
Wisdom and proactive approach of local church leadership in appointing local people to train in Bible translation and literacy—committed people who are able to assist with Bible ranslation.
Guest house managers to come serve long-term in PNG—especially in Kokopo and Kavieng
Finishing the Notsi New Testament in five to seven years and leaving a team in place to complete the Old Testament.
Kevin and Gertrude’s spiritual and physical health.
God continues to reward our faith in His provision.
God comforts us in our grief and gives grace.
Funding needs for special projects are being met.
We have a great team of prayer partners.
We have spiritual and physical vitality.
Thank God for His people who give faithfully to our ministry.
We’re back up to three Notsi translators.
Kevin and the translators finished consultant check on The Gospel of Luke. Over 38% of the New Testament is completed.
We continue to be blessed by reading through the Bible together in one year.
Introduction of a new phonics method is helping local teachers to teach reading and writing in home languages.
Gertrude’s academic success.