Nature has many ways of fooling others. A bird may think twice before attacking this butterfly. Things are not always the way they first appear. Language development and Bible translation projects are often that way. Initially, strategies are developed that seem great for what is known. However, as the project persists, new information may indicate that another way may be better. Two great characteristics that language workers must have are flexibility and adaptability. Those that have these traits can easily change to a new and better direction that will help them complete the task. Pray for language workers throughout Papua New Guinea that they may see the best way to get God’s word in all languages.