Papua, New Guinea, 1983
Desiring to go to New Guinea began 8 years before the actual trip . It started with an article in the periodical, "The Messenger. " The missionaries and local people start praying that God would send me to minister. At that time I didn 't know where the nation was located. This is a true story of determination, passion and child like faith . It will challenge you to keep moving in difficult places in your life. The trip from Vancouver, Washington to New Guinea is an adventure. Praying, planning, and going are the steps to fulfillment.
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PREPARING FOR THE TRIP
MEETING THE VILLAGE ELDER
STICKING WITH TRADITION
GIVING A HELPING HAND
GOING TO A NEW VILLAGE
DESIRE TO TRAVEL
VISITING A HIGH SCHOOL
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