Parts of Papua New Guinea can get up to 400 inches of rain a year. Even in areas where less rain falls it can be a bit overwhelming. The good news is there is generally an abundance of fresh water. The bad news is rain and dust make mud! And sometimes that mud can be downright slippery, making even simple trips dangerous. Pray for Language Development workers and Bible Translator’s safety as they go to remote allocations only accessible by paths and dirt roads. Pray for dry weather to make their journeys a little bit easier!