… not the absence of conflict. This is often the world’s perspective. If we get rid of all the wars, battles and fights then we would have peace. However, even in times of no fighting, the “peace that passes all understanding” seems to be elusive. Peace is trust in something greater than ourselves that enables us to have hope for the future in spite of the circumstances we are in. That is why in Matthew it says “Blessed are the peacemakers for they shall be called children of God” But how do you become children of God if the Words of God are not spoken in your language? Help the Bible to become translated into the 300 languages in Papua New Guinea that still need it by praying, encouraging or giving. PNG needs peace too.