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It takes a Team (Part 1)

August 10, 2016

All Bible translation programs take a team. Some teams are large; some teams are small. God has blessed the Onobasulu team with a huge variety of workers in Papua New Guinea through the years. We all bring different strengths and weaknesses, and have helped each other grow. Yesterday, I was sharing my work with a couple of people who have worked in other third culture situations. The man reminded me how so often we go to the other culture thinking that we will teach those people. Yet, more often than not, they teach us so very much more. But that is another blog altogether.

Each of the people that traveled to PNG to work with the Onobasulu is really just the tip of the iceberg of the team that sent them! I have an amazing team that pray for me and support me. I am so thankful for you!

Today’s blog is about a section of my team that is very, very important. Yet this part of the team is not discernible to me today. I believe that God has a plan, I just do not see it yet. So, first pray that I can see God’s Hand working, soon.

What is missing? I will be gone from Texas, working in PNG, for six weeks. I am so excited and plans are going forward! However, I do need help with care for my mom. There are a number of ways that you can help. Anyone can pray. If you are in the Arlington, Texas area, you may be able to help in a number of ways. We need someone to stay occasionally with Mom, maybe help with meals, some help with some household tasks, and some life tasks. I have more information if you are interested. My mobile number is 817-+751-0787.

Most of all, thanks for your prayers as the Onobasulu Bible translation & literacy work goes forward!!

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