Dennis Serves Papua New Guinea

Barnabas Mission adds Dennis to the 2015 PNG Team

After completing our 2015 reporting trip in the States Dennis joined Sandy Detherage of Barnabas Mission, and Abilene Christian University, WorldWide Witness interns Mitch Squires, Josh Rhodes and Connor Mills on a mission trip to Papua New Guinea. We spent our days and nights preaching and teaching the gospel to young and old, part of the time primitive camping in the “bush,” even bathing in a stream. It was really encouraging to visits villages where every person was filled with faith in Christ. Please pray for workers to be sent into the remotest regions still untouched by the Gospel.

Teaching evangelism to some of the brethren of the Neimu Church of Christ.

Teaching evangelism to some of the brethren of the Neimu Church of Christ.

Arrival to Lae, Papua New Guinea

Arrival to Lae, Papua New Guinea

Walking to the market to preach the good news. Everyone walks in PNG.

Walking to the market to preach the good news. Everyone walks in PNG.

At the local bush market with the kids

At the local bush market with the kids

Cleaning up and playing in a mountain stream

Cleaning up and playing in a mountain stream

Sunset over our tents in Neimu Village near where the church meets

Sunset over our tents in Neimu Village near where the church meets

Sandy Detherage of Barnabas Mission has served in PNG sice the late Eighties

Sandy Detherage of Barnabas Mission has served in PNG since the late Eighties

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About Mission Cambodia

Dennis and Sharon minister in Phnom Penh to share the “Good News” of Jesus to the Cambodian people. Dennis trains in sowing, watering, disciple-making, church-planting, discipleship and leadership. Sharon directs the SNACK Program, an holistic outreach to poor, malnourished children and their families in the Cambodian countryside.
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