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Sep 26, 2018
In this issue, we feature the church planting work among the Menya people in Papua New Guinea. With the growing urban populations around the world, it’s a great reminder that there are still many isolated people groups in need of the gospel message.
Jun 01, 2018
As a church grows and matures to become a thriving church, the development of leadership becomes an integral part of that growth. This issue looks at how faithful men and women are tapped for leadership in a people group in the Philippines. Read how the disciples become the disciplers, and how...
Mar 13, 2018
Plan A should have worked. But getting chased out by guerrillas can put a damper on your aspirations. That’s how it felt as the missionaries watched Plan A evaporate, not knowing when they would see their precious Guahibo brothers and sisters in Christ again.
Dec 03, 2017
Underneath the palm frond canopy of the church roof sat elders and deacons representing 24 churches and three teams of missionaries. The 50 men filled the church, its half-height walls permitting the early morning light to illuminate their faces. Each face told a story. And though we only heard a...
Sep 01, 2017
It has always been the aim of Ethnos360 to engage as part of the Church. The founders wanted to have Ethnos360 be the sending agency for the Church to use to send missionaries on their way.
May 02, 2017
Would you give up if the spiritual seed you planted didn’t yield fruit for a long time?
Feb 08, 2017
The missionaries that first tried to reach the Ayoré people were martyred. But, now the Ayoré people are the missionaries, reaching their own people.
Nov 01, 2016
The Moi people presented huge challenges. But God used the humility and perseverance of the missionary team, and last year, elders were appointed.
Jul 11, 2016
Bringing the gospel to the Nukak people has had more than its share of uphills and downhills.
Mar 01, 2016
God works through lives that are yielded to Him. Missionaries were willing to take the “back seat” and partner with the Inapang believers. The Inapang believers were willing to step outside their comfort zone and take the gospel beyond their borders. The result was the Tangguat church.

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