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Combined Ladies Day

Since their languages are quite different, they communicate in the trade language, Ilocono. Elizabeth was able to follow along in Ilocono, since it is related to Kankana-ey.These ladies have a […]

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God is good

Phil says, “Truthfully, even in troubled times, God is still so good to me. When I take my eyes off Him and see my challenges, it’s still true – God […]

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Cyclone

Recently a cyclone passed over the island where the Mengen people live and they suffered a lot of damage. The Mengen believers are in good spirits but they are getting […]

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Growing pains

The Dinangat church is feeling the pain of growth. The Bible teachers are tired and are neglecting their responsibilities. The Monday meetings are often very small. Some of the Bible […]

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A joy to teach

John taught for one term at the National Training Centre. Among the classes he taught were 1 John, the Christian family, Hebrews, the Gospel of John and Philippians. All of […]

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Ready to go

After the years of preparation, Maarten and Mirjam can say that they’re ready to go. They are really grateful that the Lord took care of them during their time in […]

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Crickets and Catfish

At the moment, Martin’s progress is slow as he hasn’t had a lot of practice. People who have written lessons before say it gets easier the further along one progresses […]

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Whatever the weather

A week later, their other co-workers Maggie and Chris Hostetter were in the middle of their translation check with translation consultant Lisa Kappeler and some Pal folk when out of […]

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