More and more people are joining Jan and Annette Wols to save up money for the printing and shipping of Lamogai Bibles so they will be able to give the whole Bibles into the hands of the Lamogai people sometime soon. Christ is worthy.
Jan and Annette are going over the last questions and spelling changes of the whole Bible.
A co-worker has returned from home assignment and she is going to work with them on finalising the Lamogai literacy programme for the new literacy computer programme. This computer programme will enable the churches to get their literacy materials printed more efficiently in the future, whether or not Jan and Annette are still in PNG.
A Lamogai couple has also arrived at the centre. They will also be working with Jan and Annette on the literacy programme. This couple had been at a nearby oil palm plantation meeting with some of the believers who work there. Work on the plantations had just swallowed up those believers and they tried to bend their focus back to the Lord and to motivate them to start meeting and encouraging each other on a regular basis.
Jan and Annette were also able to meeting with a believer in the city to exchange the Old Testament books that he and his wife had been proofreading.
To watch Jan and Annette’s presentation about the history and development of the Lamogai Bible, and the impact God’s Word has on the lives of the Lamogai people click here. If you would like to give towards the Bible project click here.
Jan and Annette are grateful for the part each one of you plays in the service to the Lord through prayer.