It’s easy to get caught up in the deadlines, paperwork and essential details of what needs to be accomplished in the work that we do. The language development and Bible translation effort has the same issues. But we all need to remember that everyone needs a time of refreshment. It’s important to take a much needed break in order to enjoy the bountiful blessings that God has sent their way. A kulau, which is pidgin for “young green coconut” is found at roadside markets and often offered as a drink at a rest stop on a long trip. The sweet clear liquid is a great refresher and is full of nutritious supplements. It’s way better than any sports drink! Pray that those working in the many different language projects in Papua New Guinea will find refreshment to enjoy today as they work to complete the task.