Once the New Testaments are published, getting them to the remote villages in Papua New Guinea can be a challenge. They need to arrive safe, dry and undropped. Since airstrips are not always close to the villages, it may become a helicopter job! First, a large flat spot has to be found (not always an easy task.) Then that area is cleared significantly larger than the helicopter to allow for sudden wind changes and other challenges. After that, a crew on the ground is arranged so that they are ready for the transfer. Since helicopters are expensive, the job must be done quickly and efficiently. Sometimes the helicopter is only on the ground for a few minutes. Pray for safety and skill for the helicopters as they deliver this valuable cargo.