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Sailing to Serve

While here in the United States we enjoyed the changing colors of autumn and celebrated Thanksgiving, Jim and Gina Nie and their two children, Colton…

Stuck in the…

In this town, it rains twelve months out of the year, an average of 100 inches per year. Even the driest month still produces a…

Welcome to the…

A fly buzzes in the corner, the only sound in the composed classroom. This isn’t just any classroom, but a classroom at Ukarumpa International School…

In the Rain…

It’s not always robin-egg blue skies and amber sunlight for the Missions at the Airport (MATA) teams who fly to spread the word about Bible…

All Skills for…

After college, David and his wife taught at a Christian school in a Muslim-saturated country. In this demanding place, God opened the couple’s eyes to…

From the Left…

Josh Eicholtz, a pilot who received his mission aviation training at JAARS, now serves in Papua New Guinea (PNG). There he spends his days soaring…

JAARS Heartbeat

What in the world is JAARS Day all about? What do people there do all day? Well, on a blustery October day, over 600 people…

Immeasurable Treasure

Among the sweltering heat and migrating antelope in South Sudan, Tanya promotes Bible translation via education and literacy amidst ten different language groups. One of…

More than 8,000…

  For almost thirty years, Tommy and Konni Logan toiled as translators among the 1,000 Kasua speakers in the village of Musula in Papua New…