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Interface

Even the Teacher Was Encouraged by the Missions Teaching
As Neil Burleson taught the next generation of missionaries, he himself was renewed about what God allows him to be a part of every day.
Interface: More than just an experience
God has used the college-level course in Papua New Guinea to redirect lives.
Which do you believe in?
Author: Doug Schaible
A teacher urges his students to focus on God Himself.
Bible translator is building for eternity
Terry Reed has a challenging job -- but thinks it's the best job in the world.
The first six months
Author: Cathy Drobnick
Pray for Bryan and Shara Moritz and their family as they continue to build relationships and grow in their understanding of culture and language. Pray that God will protect their family and encourage them in His faithfulness as they serve Him at...
Praise is generated by doing without
Author: Cathy Drobnick
Praise God for recently orchestrating the repairs on "Genny #2" -- a generator at Interface in Papua New Guinea. Pray for the maintenance staff there who maintain and repair all the equipment and systems that make life at Interface "work." Ask God...
Thankful for power
Author: Cathy Drobnick
Pray for God's grace and provision for all missionaries who depend on generators for their daily power. Pray for those who are responsible for maintaining and repairing this kind of equipment. Pray that the new generator for the Interface campus...

This month, Missionary Aviation Fellowship and then the teachers of Numonohi Christian Academy will have conferences on the Interface campus. Pray that the Interface staff is able to provide all they need for successful meetings. Find out more...
Interface instills insights
Author: Dena McMaster
God used a trip to Papua New Guinea to give Ragan Grimes some valuable insights. Ragan attended the Interface program to learn about tribal missions. Pray for Ragan as she seeks God’s will for her life.

Three interns from Germany have joined the Interface team for the next nine months: Marco Ziegler, Diemo Lieblor and Jonathan Seibold. “Pray that their time here will be encouraging and a time for them to draw closer to the Lord,”...

The 4-mile-long, bumpy, rutted road to the Interface campus is now “fairly smooth,” wrote Interface staff member Peter Doerksen. “Pray now that we can get some gravel.” Find out about Interface, a college-level missions...
A brief taste of tribal life
Author: Dena McMaster
Interface students and Mibu believers were mutually encouraged when the students visited the Mibu village. Please pray that the students will know God’s direction regarding their future with missions.

Today, Julie Koop and another Interface staff member took a group of six Interface students on a seven-day trip to a tribal work. “One of the main goals of our Interface program is to expose students to what it means to be a...
Back where they started
Author: Dena McMaster
Geoff and Shannon Husa recently had the opportunity to tell Interface students about their work with the Mibu people. Pray that some of the students who heard the experiences of Geoff and Shannon will themselves “take the next step” and become...

Twenty new students arrived at Interface on Sunday. They’ll spend the next five weeks in a college-level hands-on missions course. “Pray that they will desire to know God more,” wrote Pete Doerksen. “And that this missions...
Papua New Guinea: Interface
Author: David Bell
The staff at Interface is preparing for the arrival of new students. Classes will begin next week. Please pray for wisdom, strength and unity for the staff as they prepare. Pray too for the students as they travel and are introduced to missionary...
Papua New Guinea: Interface
The students at Interface flew into a Simbari village over the weekend to give them a glimpse of a tribal church in action. Please pray for them as they return to their homes and discern how they will use what they’ve been learning for the...
Sun and wind welcome
Author: Emily Henard
Sun and wind dried up the road and the campus at Interface, clearing the way for a visit to a tribal village. Thanks for praying!
Papua New Guinea: Interface
Sun and wind dried up the road and the campus at Interface, clearing the way for a visit to a tribal village. Thanks for praying!
Out-of-the-ordinary now familiar
Author: Emily Henard
Emily Henard and her classmates at Interface will take a four-day trip to a tribal village this weekend. Pray for a safe yet life-impacting visit.
Papua New Guinea: Interface
Emily Henard and her classmates at Interface will take a four-day trip to a tribal village this weekend. Pray for a safe yet life-impacting visit.
Stuck in the mud
Author: Emily Henard
Interface student Emily Henard has a new appreciation for the term "rainy season."
Papua New Guinea: Interface
Please pray for the staff and students at Interface as they deal with the elements and continue to teach and learn more about planting tribal churches.
Not an in-depth conversation
Author: Emily Henard
Interface student Emily Henard and her classmates are finding it challenging to communicate with the people they are living among. Pray that they will be able to have rewarding conversations.
Interface: Papua New Guinea
Interface student Emily Henard and her classmates are finding it challenging to communicate with the people they are living among. Pray that they will be able to have rewarding conversations.
Sacrifices I never thought of
Author: Emily Henard
The people she’s meeting are having a huge impact on Interface student Emily Henard. Pray that this inspires her and other students to be involved with missions for the rest of their lives.
Interface: Papua New Guinea
The people she’s meeting are having a huge impact on Interface student Emily Henard. Pray that this inspires her and other students to be involved with missions for the rest of their lives.
Interface: Papua New Guinea
Interface student Emily Henard and her classmates are getting ready to face Papua New Guinea. Pray for good preparation and flexibility.
Changing life-long perspectives
Author: David Bell
Fourteen students begin 2010 getting a close-up view of tribal church planting in a four-week Interface program in Papua New Guinea.
Papua New Guinea: Interface
Fourteen students began the New Year learning about tribal church planting at the Interface program. Please pray that they will get a good understanding of the process and how it might affect their lives.
Little Fireflies
Missionary Doug Schaible exhorts Interface students and tribal believers to “be a firefly.”