From a least-reached people group herself, Tuvan translator Buyana wants Tsaatan reindeer herders to hear about Jesus and know the God who changed her life.
Once Jackie began to understand God’s love and let Him guide her life, she wanted to help others to grow in faith and find their place to serve.
“During our leisurely stroll, we came across a pigpen,” remembers Inger. “No more finely kept grass; it ended where the enclosure began. Beyond the fence, the inhabitants had trampled the turf into deep, moist mud. I commented on the squelchy state of their pen. To my surprise—and slight dismay—my father reached over the fence and started to scratch one of the pigs behind its ears…We watched. The pig appeared to like it.”
In Arctic Russia, reindeer are the Nenets’ life. Living among these people, ES longs for the Nenets to know Jesus, the true source of life.
Slobodan never thought he could be free, but Jesus gave him a new start. Now Slobodan urges Roma in Croatia and Serbia that there is a better way.
Inspired by the Good Shepherd who leaves the flock to look for the one, workers publish the Truth in Nivkh dialects though the people group is small.
Goran’s decision to follow Jesus challenged the cultural values and traditions he grew up with, causing him to live differently in his community.