Getting the job done is almost always easier when there are a lot of willing helpers. These men are helping unload boxes of New Testaments from a helicopter on an island off the coast of Papua New Guinea. A plane brought them to that remote airstrip to be loaded on a helicopter. The store/shipping department in Ukarumapa, managed the logistics of getting them from the overseas printer to the airstrip while mechanics maintained the planes and the clinic, autoshop and school cared for the personnel who did all this work. The children’s home took care of the children who needed to attend the school while the parents were away. I could go on but I think you get the picture. It takes many more people than just the translators and language development workers to get a translated New Testament to the people. Pray for the many people involved in this process so that God’s Word could be heard in communities across PNG.