The following story is a chronological account co-written by Rachel Schellenberger and John Allen. T he TTMK team on the ground in Kotidanga that day saw the reality of “Emergency and Urgency.” Life is fragile and short; how often it takes an emergency to reveal the urgency to share the Gospel. Some of what follows […]
Notes from My Journal 01-27-2012
We live in the most entertained generation of history—yet the most bored generation. How does that work? The rest of the world dreams of these opportunities and our generation squanders these same opportunities in boredom. Instant gratification has an equal and opposite reaction—instant boredom. The hearts of men and women yearn to fantasize about the […]
A New Hope in Christ
By Lena AllenDirector, Kunai Health Centre It often happens that a family member will come to our clinic and ask for pain medicine for someone else, and our policy is to review each request case by case. But with Benjamin I always sent a package of Advil with his brother, child or mother. You see, Benjamin […]
Whose Child Is This?
By Lena AllenDirector, Kunai Health Centre Culture and customs vary among the different peoples of the world. As Americans, we fall in love and marry. We have children and hope to live happily ever after. But among the Kamea in Papua New Guinea, even the very definition of “family” can be different. Adorned with a flower […]