MISSION NEWS


All missionaries need training. Discover what to pray for as we train disciples in the USA and abroad.

September 14, 2014 | Prayer, United States, Current News, Training


It's great when people can read God's Word in their own language. But how does it get from text in a translator's computer to books people can hold?

September 7, 2014 | Prayer, Current News, United States


Kodiak #2 for Papua New Guinea!

Mt. Tavurur Eruption in Papua New Guinea

Ebola Necessitates Withdrawal of NTM USA Members

Shane Cateriny's ministry is not simply working on a building. It's making sure there's a place fit for training people to take God's Word to unreached people.

Missionaries to the Pal people recently started teaching from Creation through the Ascension of Christ ... but first they had to be sure people would come and listen.

A Cessna sustained significant damage in an incident last week in Papua New Guinea.

Learning culture is one thing; seeing yourself change as their norms begin to make sense to you is another.

God’s love empowers the missionary team to the Nahuatl people to start into a new set of unknowns.

Missionaries stand before the mountain of learning new languages. How can they successfully climb to the top?

August 3, 2014 | Africa, Prayer, Current News


Hearing the testimonies of new believers is a time of great joy, but also great danger and challenge.

After a long wait, it becomes increasingly clear that God’s planting and harvesting timetables are perfect.

All of us must face death. The question is, will we face it with hope? And will we share our hope?

The Wayumi campus gives visitors an inside look at what life is like for missionaries serving in tribal villages.

Bible translation isn't simply a matter of swapping out words. Sometimes words or even concepts don't exist in another culture and language.

What kind of people translate the Bible? Why do they do it? Could you join the team as a Bible translator? The answers may surprise you.

The Bible never commands us to translate His Word into other languages. Why do we do it then?

July 1, 2014 | NTM@work Magazine, Colombia


Not too many years ago the Siawi language was not written. It didn't even have an alphabet. Yet now Siawi church leaders are faithfully teaching God’s written Word to a congregation of eager learners.

Learning language well enough to teach deep Biblical truths is a long and sometimes uncomfortable process.

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