Pilot. Arnhem Land.
Pray for a refreshing break for Rachel, and also for good meetings with supporters and potential sponsors. Praise for the chance to be with her family in New Zealand for Christmas, after being several years in Arnhem Land.
by Caine Ruruk"We have been in the age of the pulpit for so long that we have not grown independent in helping ourselves to grow in the knowledge of Christ. As a result the pastors who minister in the Word of God have carried all the bulk of ministering to the members."These were the words of the representative of the participants in a recent Learning Technologies course held in a remote part of PNG. The representative went on to thank CRMF's Learning Technologies team for serving as a link to join remote people with today's technology and for coming to teach a course in Basic Computer Skills.The representative went on to say "We realize that it is only a start to greater things to come and so we are comforted by the experience of the blind man healed by Jesus in Mark chapter 8, verses 22- 25. Now is the first touch, please come back for the second touch. We request that you do come back as we need the second touch to help our people. "
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Story written by Peter Higham (MAF Arnhem Land communications officer)On the 18th of August, MAF pilot Phil Sollberger was attending a church in in the township of Nhulunbuy. Sitting close to him was one of the local doctors Andy Linton. Unknown to them, in Djarrakpi (Cape Shields), which is a small Aboriginal homeland 130 km from the township of Nhulunbuy, there was a situation developing that would require the urgent assistance of a plane to conduct a medevac.The story of Philipia's birth is a story that is worth telling. It brings home to us the importance of the work of the MAF pilots, and even more importantly it is a powerfultestimony of God's love for the Yol!u people. Philipia was born breeched, premature and unable to reach hospital by car as time was short and the conditions were not at all suitable for a pregnant lady to be travelling at speed on that road.
Read more: Premature Baby is born in Djarrakpi!
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