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02 Mar 2017
Blog

Running the Journey Well

At the age of 32, Pearle left Singapore to serve in South Asia. She shares with us how her journey really began long before she realised, and how God led her step by step into the mission field.


15 Feb 2017
Blog

The Word Has Come to Romblon

For the past 21 years, Phyllis Rappa has been working in Romblon, Philippines translating the New Testament into the Romblomanon language. This is her story of why she chose to work with this people group, the challenges she faced, and how the Word has changed the community. The province of Romblon is made up of three main islands situated right in the centre of the Philippines with a population of about 200,000 people.


15 Feb 2017
Blog

Reaching 200: The Elo Project

The Elo people are subsistence farmers. They are poor and have low levels of education, and also struggle with alcoholism and gambling. None of them knew about Christianity until this project started in 2004. But now there are a few small groups of believers, and they have great hope in the Lord and transformation in their lives.


15 Feb 2017
Blog

The Obo Manobo Story

“If God had told me on the very day I became a Christian that one day He would send me to the Philippines to translate the Word of God for a special people group, I would have cried out, ‘That’s impossible!’ This is the incredible story of the Obo Manobo New Testament. The Gospel came to the Obo Manobo people in the late 1930’s. However, it took more than 70 years before they finally have the New Testament in their heart language.”