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All articles by Graham Castle

Graham has retired from working with the New Tribes Mission and lives in the United Kingdom.

New Tribes Mission

News

February 2013
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New Tribes Mission

New Tribes Mission More than a year after a wonderful conversion among the Siar people of Papua New Guinea, the new Siar church hosted a three-day conference for other tribes and tongues.    New Tribes Mission (NTM) missionary Aimee Hedrick, who with her husband works with the Tigak people, said, ‘Tigak believers have just returned…

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News – Narrow escape in PNG

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May 2009
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News – Narrow escape in PNG

Narrow escape in PNG Believers in one Hewa village in Papua New Guinea have found deliverance from their former beliefs and the destruction they brought.      'A man named Was … came running up to us with tears streaming down his face a few weeks back,' NTM missionary Jonathan Kopf wrote. 'He pleaded with us…

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News – New Tribes Mission

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October 2008
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News – New Tribes Mission

New Tribes Mission   In the Manjui tribe of Paraguay one of the believers is learning the meaning of sacrifice.   A Manjui Christian lady came to NTM missionaries Jamie and Char Hunt and told them her story. 'There is something I want to tell you. I finally found my goat. My aunt stole…

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News – Coping with the culture

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March 2008
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News – Coping with the culture

Tribal Christians are as much influenced by their culture as we are; especially those who are newly converted. The difficulty for many tribal people is that often they only have portions of the Word of God and there are so many aspects of their culture that they have to evaluate, amidst pressures from non-believers…

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Joy and tears in PNG

Article

March 2007
Papua New Guinea

Joy and tears in PNG

New Tribes Missionaries Chad Mankins and Jason Knapp have been teaching the Tobo people of Papua New Guinea through foundational portions of the Old Testament. On 16 January this was climaxed by an account of the ministry of the Lord Jesus Christ. The following is part of Chad and Jason’s report: ‘Yesterday 16 January…

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Exciting progress in PNG

Article

September 2006
Papua New Guinea

Exciting progress in PNG

Missionaries Bob and George Walker and Jack Housley hiked in to visit the Bisorio people of Papua New Guinea, 24 years to the day they first presented the gospel to them in 1982. Today New Tribes Mission no longer has missionaries working among the Bisorios. The work was completed in 2000. The Bisorios express…

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Missionary Spotlight – Spiritual warfare in PNG

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November 2005
Papua New Guinea

Missionary Spotlight – Spiritual warfare in PNG

In 2004 some of the Hewa people of Papua New Guinea heard the gospel for the first time and came to know Christ as Saviour. New Tribes missionaries were already learning Hewa culture and language, but God used a young man named Dogofili to first bring the good news of Christ to these people.…

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