André and Aurélie Tousch and family are thankful for your prayers for their journey back to Papua New Guinea where they work among the Iski people.
They left Paris on Monday morning and arrived at their destination on Wednesday afternoon (20th Jan) after four flights. Travel was more complicated than usual. There was much more paperwork and checks to go through at check-ins and during transfers and they needed to show all the entry permits and approvals and other forms, all that paperwork you have been praying for since September!
All the flights were on time and everything went according to plan so they are now in quarantine in a house at the mission’s centre in Goroka. They will stay isolated there for fourteen days. Only then will they be allowed to get ready to fly back to the village and be reunited with the Iski believers.