There are many miles and many striking contrasts between the Riepmas’ two homes.

It is essential that the Northern Tepehuan people have God's living Word in a language they can truly understand.

Scott and Natasha Flaugher have an important letter for the Elsengs, and want to be sure it’s clear.

April 7, 2014 | Asia-Pacific, Current News, Prayer

Some believers have hard choices to make and hard lives to live.

What is our rescue strategy?

March 25, 2014 | NTM@work Magazine

How much training should a missionary have?

March 24, 2014 | NTM@work Magazine

Larry Brown has a unique perspective on the work New Tribes Mission does around the world.

March 24, 2014 | NTM@work Magazine

The Siawis, an indigenous people group, received the most precious treasure possible — a New Testament in their own language. A dedicated team worked for years to translate God’s Word into the language of this isolated tribe. Yet even as the cheers of joy and accomplishment echo, the clang of uncertainty reverberates as well. Some ever-present questions remain unanswered. What happens now?

Young Ese Ejja men tragically turn from the scriptural teaching of their childhood.

Here’s a glimpse at being a missionary on a remote island in the South Pacific.

Sara Royer is glad to participate in a project for eternity.

NTM's magazine just wasn't big enough for all the great articles and photos we have to share with you ...

For three years, Charlie and Ruth Patton have been working to bring NTM missionary aviation service to Brazil.

The Hall family is full of anticipation for what God will do in and through their lives.

Missionary Porter Hampton shares a glimpse of the first wedding he and his wife have witnessed in the village where they live.

Missionaries who are studying culture and language are learning much more than how to translate words.

The children of missionaries are special young people who live between worlds.

The eternal welfare of the Tigak people outweighs the comfort and sweetness of home.

The translation of John in Jalunga is done and now Penny Warner is working on Luke.

Tribal believers’ lives point to the importance of gathering to fellowship and worship.

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