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AGWM Director, Greg Mundis: "Suffering and success go hand in hand. If you're successful right now, it's because someone has suffered before. If you're suffering right now it's so someone can be successful later."
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Jay Dickerson helps us define the task of reaching the unreached.
Jay Dickerson h...
Daniel Pelozo, Argentine Missionary to Costa Rica, gets up to speed on the progress being made among the unreached people groups of Latin America and the Caribbean.
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Jason Roberts on the obstacles that we as missionaries face: "Part of the problem is that most indigenous have yet to experience the power of God."
Jason Roberts o...
María Canilla gives us an idea of what it means to work among the indigenous people of Peru: Long and difficult journeys, struggles against sickness, power encounters with animistic beliefs and practices.
María Ca...
Ceila Escobar shares of her encounters with the drug cartels of Colombia as she does her work among the unreached.
Ceila Escobar s...
"We need to be well informed in animistic concepts so that we can heve an effective ministry among them". National Director of Indigenous Minsitries of Mexico, Cruz Velazquez
"We need t...
Elisaut Mastre, indigenous minister to his own people, the Wiwa of Colombia:" The animist needs to learn about our Almighty God."
Elisaut Mastre,...
Steps from the jungle with missionaries dedicated to reaching the unreached:  (L to R) Marta Henao, Jason Roberts, Samuel Rodríguez, Ceila Escobar, Cruz Velazquez, Efrain Figueroa, and Pablo Arciniegas
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Missionary Martha Henao reminds us, "God is with you, and where God is with you is where you should penetrate the world of darkness."
Missionary Mart...
Missionary Margot Woodworth speaking on orality: "God gave us His Word in its majority in narrative form. We are the ones who have placed it into our Western thought structures."
Missionary Marg...
Elda Arguello, missionary to Peru, shares about the tools that she uses as she ministers among a predominantly illiterate people.
Elda Arguello, ...
As missionary to Mexico, Efrain Figueroa speaks to us about indigenous training, he makes a poignant remark about he difficulty that the indigenous face as they prepare for ministry: "Imagine if our biblical instruction was only in Hebrew, Greek and Aramaic."
As missionary t...
Sharing a Shuar feast with Jorge Ailla, Daniel Pelozo, and Jay DIckerson
Sharing a Shuar...
These ladies demonstrated how they now praise the Lord using their traditional forms of dance and song.
These ladies de...
Drinking chicha, a special beverage made from the manioc plant.
Drinking chicha...
Here, we are eating a chicken dish roasted in banana leaves.
Here, we are ea...
Where our meal came from...
Where our meal ...
Joil Marbut challenged us to sacrifice our idols, even those of success, so that God's will would be done through us.
Joil Marbut cha...
Regional DIrector for Latin America and the Caribbean, David Ellis asks: "Are we prepared to pay the price of reaching the unreached, come what may?"
Regional DIrect...
The house of Nate Saint in Shell Mera, Ecuador, the building that served as the airport and planning station for "Operation Auca," the Huaorani people's first contact with gospel.
The house of Na...
Standing at the door...
Standing at the...
The radio room has been restored to look as it might have during the 1950s, when Nate Saint and his fellow missionaries flew from Shell Mera.
The radio room ...
A quote from Nate Saint: "You know, lots of things are like that--they look nice, or they feel nice, but they don't help us get the job done. They hold us back so we need to get rid of them. The job that the Lord Jesus Christ has for you and me is not an easy one. If you want to serve Him, if you want to help win others to Christ, you will have to choose one thing or another. It may be something you like very much but something that will hold you back.
A quote from Na...
My opportunity to share about raising awareness of the need for indigenous ministry: It's not only a valid need, it's a biblical mandate.
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  1. Carolyn Ward’s avatar

    What an encouraging report! Loved all the photos too. Rebekah did a great job! Praying for the new pastors and a very fruitful new beginning.

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  2. Mom’s avatar

    Nice to see the fruits of Bruce’s desire for the kids to have a playground and the all the work that was put into it. Everyone worked as a team and the giftings that God has given them. Sure the kids will enjoy this for years to come!

    1 Peter 4:10 Each of you should use whatever gift you have received to serve others, as faithful stewards of God’s grace in its various forms.
    Mom

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