October 2019 Kentucky Team: We praise God for the team that came from our supporting church in Kentucky! Their work was well-received and lasting fruit remains!
Also please pray for:
Consultant checking in new year: We are back at Ukarumpa for the next few months now, preparing to do the consultant checking of Philippians, Colossians, Titus, James, 1 Peter and 1 John in February. This is the checking that was cancelled in July due to our trip to Australia. Two Tami men from one of the island villages are in Ukarumpa to do this checking with us. There are still many details to work out so please pray for the Lord’s oversight of this effort!
Field Training Course: Annie is on staff helping teach Melanesian Pigin to the new arrivals to Ukarumpa. Please pray for stamina for her and all involved in this training. It extends through April.
Health issues: Two of our Tami co-translators are struggling with health concerns. Amoi has Parkinson’s disease. She is getting weaker and having more difficulty walking, writing, and thinking clearly at times. She faithfully continues to work with us, though. Katepu has recently been diagnosed with diabetes. He is still trying to get settled with the right medication. He has a huge sore on his leg that is not healing well and is a concern to the doctors. Please pray for these dear friends and faithful partners in the translation work.
Kim’s neck: Thanks for continued prayers for Kim’s neck pain. The changes he has made have been a huge help and he is encouraged with his progress. These changes include a new ergonomic office chair and pillow, raising his laptop screen to eye level, neck traction sessions, and daily neck stretching exercises.
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