Witness Men:  True Stories of God at Work in Papua, Indonesia

Witness Men: True Stories of God at Work in Papua, Indonesia Review

In 1938, in the remote highlands of a mountainous island, explorers discovered thousands upon thousands of tribal people. Missionaries began to come, to bring the Good News of the Gospel of Jesus Christ. Little did they know that many of the people of the tribes were waiting . waiting . for someone to come and help them out of the darkness of their old way of life. Witness Men consists of true missionary stories that took place throughout the highlands of Papua, Indonesia, from 1955 to 2010, when one of the tribes received their first New Testaments.

Title:Witness Men: True Stories of God at Work in Papua, Indonesia
Edition Language:English

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    Witness Men: True Stories of God at Work in Papua, Indonesia Reviews

  • Hawley

    This book, like the others in the series, is really an incredible, easy to read compilation of amazing stories of God at work to bring people to know him. Each book in the series makes me feel inspire...

  • Shannon

    We loved the good news must go out and with two hands by the same author. But this one of the series seemed like fluff. Not very inspiring. Nothing like the other two books. Didn’t hold my kids atte...

  • Renee Rieser

    We have been using this series as a family read aloud at bedtime for our 7 1/2-year-old twins… Love the family discussions it brings and seeing Gods hand at work ! So inspiring!...

  • Becca

    Amazing! Fantastic! Such inspiring stories. Great for reading aloud....

  • Michael Boling

    “Go therefore and make disciples of all the nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and the Son and the Holy Spirit,” (Matt. 28:19)The mandate to evangelize is one given to all believers...

  • Beverly

    "While some of the missionaries studied in language school, an old Dani chief in his clan's man hut reminded his sons that one day someone would come, a pale man, over the mountains, one who had disco...

  • Sarah Poling

    This is an account of several different missionaries and different areas of this tribe, across a 50 year time span written in 15 chapters. Mrs. Davis does a great job sharing different perspectives, e...