That His name be great among the nations

Malachi 1:11

Korowai Girls as Trade Goods

Posted June 18, 2017  by: Trevor Johnson |2 Comments

The front porch of our village home doubles as an afternoon medical clinic. We plan to build a separate health clinic soon—to save us the trouble of frequently disinfecting our home; to prevent us from having to clean up blood and vomit from our porch when we house critical patients; to shield our children from the stresses of living with sick tribal patients when they need constant care. But for now, our porch is the health clinic. Keep Reading

VIDEO: Pray For The Korowai Tribe

Posted October 15, 2014  by: Holden Barry |0 Comments

Paul Snider and his family are currently back in the states on furlough. They have been busy visiting churches and family over the past few months and are now preparing to go back to Papua, Indonesia on October 20th. Recently, Paul and his wife Trish were able to spend some time with us here at the HeartCry office. Paul shared about the work and how people can better pray for the many needs that are there. Please watch the video below and pray: ... Keep Reading

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Tags: Asia, Indonesia, Korowai, Paul Snider

Watching God Work in the Jungle

Posted June 24, 2014  by: Paul Snider |7 Comments

SalomoGod’s Sovereign TimingIt wasn’t me. It wasn’t my partner either. It was all of God! Little did we know about what was to transpire in the work of the Gospel among the Korowai. What I am about to share with you is in every respect the work of the Holy Spirit in one of the most remote places on earth. My family just ... Keep Reading

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Tags: Korowai, Paul Snider

Mesak's Death

Posted May 21, 2014  by: Trevor Johnson |1 Comments

“Come now, you who say, 'Today or tomorrow we will go into such and such a town and spend a year there and trade and make a profit' — yet you do not know what tomorrow will bring. What is your life? For you are a mist that appears for a little time and then vanishes” (James 4:13-14). image2Mesak loved music. When I told the story o... Keep Reading

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Tags: Korowai, Trevor Johnson

Wahyu's Baptism & Witness

Posted May 12, 2014  by: Trevor Johnson |4 Comments

“And what you have heard from me in the presence of many witnesses entrust to faithful men who will be able to teach others also.” – 2 Timothy 2:2 image1A Growing Seed Becomes VisibleWahyu Tah-Mo is a quiet and contemplative young man. It is easy for him to escape notice at first. Imagine a garden owned by a harried farmer struggl... Keep Reading

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Tags: Korowai

Pulong Banop: A Tribal Child Rescued from Death

Posted February 17, 2014  by: Trevor Johnson |11 Comments

image3When we first meet Baby Pulong from the Banop clan, her body is limp and feverish. She suffers from both vivax and falciparum malaria. She will later test at a +4 for both according to laboratory tests arranged on the coast. Many die from lesser cases. Malnourished, anemic, and stricken by trichuriasis (Whipworm), her rectum is prola... Keep Reading

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Tags: Perin Weyato, Korowai

Thank you, God, that I was not born a Korowai

Posted November 25, 2013  by: Trevor Johnson |2 Comments

"And thank you, God, that I was not born a Korowai..." yaimwarita So goes our 8-year old son Noah's oft-repeated bedtime prayer. We've never rebuked Noah for this prayer. His little heart is sincere. He knows he is privileged. He prays open and honestly, "Thank you that I was born with a mommy and a daddy...Thank you that they believe and a... Keep Reading

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Tags: Papua, Korowai

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