We are very thankful for you and mention you all in our family prayer time. It’s hard to be away from the Dani evangelists and the Korowai people, but Trish and I rest in God’s decision to keep us here at this time. I long to be preaching barefoot in the Korowai villages again but realize that the sicknesses that God has foreordained for me are for my good and His glory. My prayer is that we can be used up for His name’s sake no matter what circumstances come to pass.
Even though it is tough to be far from the Korowai ministry, we are thankful that we can continue to serve them from the States. Trish and I are also thankful to be a part of HeartCry Missionary Society. As you probably know, we moved to Radford, VA, last August. We have seen some improvement in certain areas of my health, but other areas still seem to plague me.
Please do not forget to pray for believers in Northern Korowai and for the HeartCry missionaries that faithfully serve despite much hardship. Wahyu Tahamo will be graduating from Bible school in Sentani on May 26th. Jimmy & Perin will be flying out to attend the celebration and ceremonies. What are Wahyu’s plans? He will be returning to Danowage and serving his own people in the church. I have been asking the Lord for many years to raise up Wahyu to be the first Northern Korowai pastor. He will be under the care of Jimmy Weya, who is leading the Danowage church. Wahyu is like a son to us, and we are thankful for how the Lord is working in his life. Please ask the Lord to grow Wahyu in his understanding of Scripture and that much fruit will come from his labors.