VIDEOS & PHOTOS


WHY CHOOSE NTM?

"We hereby pledge ourselves to...reaching the last unevangelized tribe in our generation."
– Covenant of Paul Fleming, Bob Williams and Cecil Dye, New Tribes Mission founders, August 1, 1942

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HEWA: THE SPIRITS NEVER LOVED US

When your emotions and excitement for the people you are reaching wears out, what keeps you going?  Missionary Jonathan Kopf shares about his experiences among the Hewa people.

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See the results of the Kopf's work in the video Fato's Story.

HEWA: FAIMPAT

Jonathan Kopf talks about God is working through the Hewa people.

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See the results of the Kopf's work in the video Fato's Story.   

LIFELINE

As a typhoon approached, their daughter became more and more ill. There was only one way for Danny and Philippa Brooks to get her out of the remote location where they serve as church planters, and that flight had already been cancelled.
 
Find out how you can sponsor flights at www.ntm.org/flights.

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HEWA: THE AMERICAN DREAM

Jonathan Kopf shares how God led his family to the Hewa people of Papua New Guinea.  

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See the results of the Kopf's work in the video Fato's Story.   Explore opportunties to go.

HEWA: I STILL SCREAM WHEN I SEE A SPIDER

Susan Kopf shares about her journey to the Hewa people.  

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See the results of the Kopf's work in the video Fato's Story.  Thinking about missions? Learn more about overcoming your fears.

FATO'S STORY

Fato lived in fear of the spirits but Jesus came to the rescue and set him free.

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Learn about Jonathan's journey to the Hewa in "The American Dream" and hear Susan share in the video "I Still Scream When I See a Spider".

A VISION FOR FINISHING

CEO Larry Brown invites you to hear New Tribes Mission's vision for unreached people groups.
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BELOW THE SURFACE

The Dinangat people had Christian religious practices along with worship of their ancestors. Did the people need to hear about Jesus?  A Dinangat leader, Areke, would tell you that they did need to hear about Jesus – in their own language.  Everything the Dinangats knew had been taught to them 50 years ago in a trade language that only a few Dinangat people spoke with limited understanding.
Read more about the Dinangat people in the NTM@work article “The Village God Remembered."
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MISSIONARY TRAINING FOR EFFECTIVE CHURCH PLANTING

Instructors and students talk about the practical skills and spiritual preparation needed for effective cross-cultural ministry among unreached people groups.  Learn more about New Tribes Mission's Missionary Training Center in Missouri at ntm.org/train.
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Helicopter pilot Mike McGregor uses aviation to speed the gospel to remote tribal groups in Papua New Guinea such as the Hewa people.
You can help speed the gospel by sponsoring flights.
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QUESTIONS LINGER AFTER VICTORY

With the joy of a New Testament dedication comes uncertainty.  Where do we find missionaries to disciple to reach the people group one village over?

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AWAKENING

Missionary Julie Ward shares how God's Word is touching the hearts of the Brooke's Point Palawano People of the Philippines.

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FOOTSTEPS

Take a glimpse into a missionary life as Bible Translator Lisa Kappeler talks about living with the Uriay people of Papua New Guinea.  The church planting team completed evangelistic Bible lessons in September 2010.

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JASON'S PRAYER

New Tribes missionary Jason Swanson prays for the Siawi church.

New Tribes Mission seeks to establish mature churches among people who are isolated from the gospel.  After teaching chronologically in the tribes' own language and culture, believers are discipled to lead the church and partner in the Great Commission.

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SIAWI BIBLE TRANSLATION

The growing church among the Siawi people is learning to function on its own, after years of discipleship and teaching God's Word. But Linda's job isn't finished yet.

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EACH STICK HAD A NAME

From New Tribes Mission’s archive, we bring you the slide show Each Stick Had A Name.  On behalf of his village, Gilimase makes a request to the short-term missions team.

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Annette McManigle, one of the team members, tells her story of reaching the Pwo Karen people of Thailand in the book Where Spirits Roam but God Reigns. Available for purchase at ntmbooks.com.

Steve Crockett was challenged by Each Stick Had A Name to reach the Moi people in the Asia Pacific region. Watch Steve’s testimony.

What happened to the people in Gilimase’s village? 

THE EASTER STORY

Paiye of the Moi tribe tells the Easter story in his own words.  

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GET READY...GO!

Planting a church among an unreached people group is tough. That's why New Tribes Mission provides ongoing training that equips you for each challenge you will face.

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THE DOOR

The house rattles from the loud knock at the door. Who could it be, this early in the morning? Opportunity? Are you ready?

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MOI SUPPORT

Moi support team talks about training

What can prepare you for ministering in another country, supporting the work of missionaries in remote tribes? The folks who do it in the Asia-Pacific region can tell you.

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TRAINING PROVIDES SPIRITUAL FOUNDATION AND TOOLS

The folks who are part of the church-planting team tell you much they value the foundation for ministry they received at New Tribes Bible Institute, and the practical instruction from missionary training.

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MOI TESTIMONIES

For seven weeks, people came from more than 20 hamlets, leaving their homes and gardens so they could hear eight Moi Bible teachers and missionary Rich Brown present the Creator's Talk.

The total number of believers now consists of more than half of the adult and teenage population within a days hike from the village that first heard God's Word.

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AWAYO - FEAR TO FAITH (ENGLISH)

In the remote corners of the world, people groups have existed for generations. They live in fear of the spirits. They die without hope. This is Awayo’s story.

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AWAYO - FEAR TO FAITH (ORIGINAL LANGUAGE WITH SUBTITLES)

In the remote corners of the world, people groups have existed for generations. They live in fear of the spirits. They die without hope. This is Awayo’s story.

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DAGAMEE: DOES YOUR HEART HURT TOO?

Dagamee shares how he has been changed by the Gospel, and how his heart hurts for those who are still deceived.

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IYODOTABO - THINGS ARE DIFFERENT NOW

Iyodotabo is tribal woman in the Asia-Pacific region. What has changed?

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EDAIPIYA - DIFFERENT SIDES

Edaipiya, a tribal man in the Asia-Pacific region, contrasts how it is to live on God's side with how he lived on Satan's side.

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NDAUBEO: ALL MY SINS

How can Ndaubeo even begin to thank Jesus for his power, and for paying for all for her sins?

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PAIYE: WE THOUGHT WE WERE LIVING WELL

Everything that Paiye cared so much about before is nothing now that he heard the Gospel.

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EDAIPIYA – SO THAT YOU COULD TEACH US

Edaipiya knows that it took a lot more the just a couple of missionaries to bring the Gospel to his village, and he’s thankful.

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WAYUMI

Want to experience tribal without leaving the States? You can... in weekend or weeklong visits to the Wayumi campus in Pennsylvania. On your Wayumi adventure, explore what the Bible says about reaching all peoples. Experience learning a tribal language. Connect with your guides — all veteran church planters.

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CHANGED

An Interface experience. Looking to learn more about missions? Interface may be the answer for you. Come face-to-face with realities unknown to most people. See firsthand what it takes to plant a church among people who have no concept of the God of the Bible. Interact with missionaries on the field, and spend time with tribal people. Learn about Interface.

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REACHABLE

People groups who haven't heard the truth of God's Word still inhabit remote places of the earth. Although the obstacles may be many and great, these people are REACHABLE! Missionary Jana Price, who went with her husband, Joe, to the Panares of Venezuela, said, "It's an overwhelming privilege to see God work.' 'I wish I was young enough to start another work. I think about being up in heaven with our Panare brothers and sisters, and there's just nothing like it."

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REACH INTO THE DARKNESS

An estimated 2,500 of the world's 6,500 people groups are still unreached. Local churches partner with New Tribes Mission to give them opportunities to know Jesus. As in the First Century, missionaries establish mature churches so disciple-making continues and spreads to other villages and neighboring tribes.

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SHARON GOODMAN – TOTALLY IMPOSSIBLE

“It was totally impossible…but we knew that God had put us there.” Sharon shares some of the difficulties of living among the Kuna people in Panama. Read more from the NTM@work article Get me out of here!

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STEVE CROCKETT – A HUGE RAINBOW

Steve shares how God led him to work among the Moi people while he was on a survey trip to their village. He also shares how God worked in the hearts of the Moi people the day they heard about Jesus.

Read more about how Steve got involved with the Moi people in the NTM@work article I wanted to be a part of that.

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PHU THAI PEOPLE: WEAVING

A Phu Thai woman spins and weaves textiles.

Read more about the missionaries’ visit to the village in the NTM@work article Square 1.

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PHU THAI PEOPLE: PARADE AND BOAT RACES

The Phu Thai people have a celebration featuring national dances and boat races.

Read more about the missionaries’ visit to the village in the NTM@work article Square 1.

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PHU THAI PEOPLE: HARVESTING WASP LARVA

The Phu Thai people smoke out a wasp nest, then harvest the larva and share some with the missionary.

Read more about the missionaries’ visit to the village in the NTM@work article Square 1.

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YAGARIA PEOPLE: NEW TESTAMENT DEDICATION

A lengthy procession of more than 3,000 people sang praises to God as they made their way to the area where they would sit through a sun-scorched, five-hour ceremony.

Read more in the NTM@work article Thank You, Lord.

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