At May River, we have never been invited to a villager’s house for Sabbath lunch. But while on our furlough we have been invited into many homes not only to eat but to talk, fellowship and sleep, too. You have truly made us happy by your hospitality. God Bless all of you!
Friends, thank you for your care packages. They can be life-changing.
When a missionary comes, the people break from the rituals of Satan. But when the church has no leader, they go back to their old ways.
Please pray that M.J. will follow through on his plan to come back to church.
I am praying for the blessing of God to fall upon the thieves so that their consciences will be pricked and they will begin listening to the call of the Holy Spirit. Will you join me in praying for the conversion of our thieves?
They live in dread of the deceased, but our work is to lead them to put their faith in the Lord of life.
How thankful I am for Jacob’s willingness to face hunger, sickness and loneliness for the gospel’s sake.
Friends, please pray for these families that they will learn to allow Jesus, the ultimate Peace Child, into their lives to bring them reconciliation with God and eternal life.
We know that we are struggling against the powers of darkness, but we serve a mighty God who can turn this curse into a blessing.
Please join your prayers with the prayers of these women for the conversion of their husbands, brothers and children.
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Papua New Guinea
David and Edileuza Hicks will be church planting among the remote animistic Ama tribe who live in the tropical rainforest of Papua New Guinea. David, who studied pastoral ministries at Weimar College, served as a student missionary for two years with the May River project 20 years ago. Edileuza (“Edie”) immigrated to the
USA from Brazil. She is a registered nurse and will be operating a small medical clinic in the area. Speaking Appointments
To see if David and Edie Hicks are coming to a church near you, visit the
Speaking Appointment Calendar.