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Mouk People Group News

Sep 23, 2018 | Anem People, Mouk People, Asia-Pacific, Bruce Enemark, Mission News, Prayer, Papua New Guinea
“The tears that fell freely from his face and onto my lap were tears of joy. Tears of hope. Tears of a longing fulfilled.”
Sep 16, 2018 | Anem People, Mouk People, Asia-Pacific, Bruce Enemark, Rachel Van Der Decker, Mission News, Prayer, Papua New Guinea
“Anyone and everyone who was in the village hurried to the beach to welcome us ‘home.’”
“When we first heard it, we Mouk realized that this was big talk.”
Feb 04, 2018 | Anem People, Kove People, Lusi People, Mouk People, Asia-Pacific, David Pierce, Mission News, Prayer, Papua New Guinea
“These guys were up the hill fighting fire. The rest of the congregation were listening to God's Word being taught.”
Though he has suffered hardships, Martin did not stop making God’s name known to the neighboring Lusi people.
Dec 17, 2017 | Asia-Pacific, Bible translation, Information Technology, Mission News, Prayer, David Pierce, Lusi People, Mouk People, Papua New Guinea
Hearing Romans now taught in his heart language, it’s like he’s hearing for the first time.
Dec 03, 2017 | 2nd Generation, Establishing Churches, Ethnos360 Magazine, Training Nationals, David Pierce, Featured Article, Mouk People
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 portion of them, each story contained a common element: Praise to God for His faithfulness as He built His Church in and through the Mouk people.
Dec 03, 2017 | Anem People, Kove People, Lusi People, Mouk People, Asia-Pacific, David Pierce, Mission News, Prayer, Papua New Guinea
Some of Patrick’s prayer requests sound just like those from a missionary from your own church, while others are particular to his own culture.
Presenting God’s Word in one village laid the foundation for disciples to make more disciples among more unreached people groups.
Mark worked among the Mouk people of Papua New Guinea for 14 years.