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PHOTOS: Living Life on Nosy Mitsio, Dec 2013 – Nov 2014

  These are all the photos since we found and purchased our team boat (Dec 2013), finished building and stocking all the homes of our team members, and went to Tana to pick them up in Nov 2014. During that whole time, we continued learning language, building relationships, getting used to life on Nosy Mitsio, and just getting ready for our team’s arrival.  (11/06/2014, 153 photos)   Back... read more

VIDEO: Four weeks together with the Nosy Mitsio team

Some new missionary colleagues spent a month visiting us and our team on Nosy Mitsio. They made a great video about their visit. It has lots of footage about our lives and team work here that we haven't shown yet. If you'd like to see more of what things are like here, then you'll enjoy watching this! read more

Firm Foundations

As I was guiding our boat to shore, the passengers started pointing towards our village and shouting out, “what’s that?” “What happened!?” “Something looks wrong!” Rising from the ground next to our house was the peak of a roof... read more

People of Prayer

that’s what begins to happen when we pray. We put our desires and agendas to the side so that we can know him more intimately: his desires and his heart for the world around us. And it’s then, in communion with him, that we are transformed and made new... read more

Merry Christmas!

Each and every one of us were foreigners to God's Kingdom, to his lands, and with no hope of acceptance. So then God came to us, to our land. As one of us, he tore down the fences and the dividing walls that were built by our sin; and the effort killed him. But death couldn't keep him and... read more

David Immanuel Willard is Here!

David Immanuel Willard has made his grand entrance! Born on Dec 6th at 3:17 am in Pretoria, South Africa (7:17 pm Dec 5th, CST), weighing 7.6 lbs. and 21 in. long, he’s a sight to behold! read more

New Life

And so begins our bold ministry to the Antakarana. Whether working in the rice fields, sitting on our porches or fishing, we will speak of the God of creation and boast of him in all that we do, lifting up prayers and thanks to him as our friends watch and see that he is a part of every aspect of our lives. read more

Shipwrecked!

At 5 am on Monday morning, a neighbor was shouting urgently outside our window, “Adam! Adam! The boat!” I rolled out of bed in the early morning light and... read more

Thoughts on Joy and Suffering

I know that my aches and pains are really not that big of a deal. But we all deal with pain in some form or another, from the seemingly small to the catastrophic, and it occurs in every possible situation in which we find ourselves. read more

VIDEO: Nosy Mitsio | 001

A short video introduction to the Antakarana people and our work among them on Nosy Mitsio. The first video in a series about our team and life here. read more

Cast Your Nets

Have you ever wondered what’s beneath the surface? Whether a calm glassy blue, a crashing green and frothing white, or a rushing bubbling brown, it hides a deep and complex mystery. Whether an ocean, lake, or river, we can often be standing right in the middle of it completely unaware of... read more

Becoming His Body

During our team’s first month on Nosy Mitsio, almost every single one of them, including their children, became sick. There were always several sick at once and just as one started to get better, another one or two would fall ill... read more

Merry Christmas from Nosy Mitsio!

We want to send our Christmas greetings from Madagascar! We may be far away but our thoughts are with you. Enjoy the holiday season with friends and family! read more

As a Child

Can you imagine being born again? Everything you see is for the first time. The world is bright and the sights are strange. Everyone’s talking at you and they’re clearly excited to see you, but none of it makes sense: it all just sounds like gibberish... read more

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