Story & Photo Credit: Debbie McEvoy
We hit the ‘trail’ running in the village. It was wonderful to be with our Migabac friends. Our biggest goal during this stay was to read through the entire Migabac New Testament as part of the process of final edits and checks. Based on past experience, we expected 20-25 people, on average, to work with us on this read-through.
The day after we arrived and were ready to break into groups to read the New Testament, we found that between 60-70 people were present to be involved, ranging from young teens to older men and women. This group read Scripture all day long for five days!
We provided coffee, sugar, and biscuits once a day. Our supplies quickly diminished since we had over triple the amount of people we expected. With no stores around to buy more, we were concerned about how this was going to work. While trying to make a plan and desperately wanting to provide this small daily treat for our friends, God reminded us that this was a GOOD problem to have – so many people eagerly reading HIS Word day after day! We left the food in God’s hands and are thankful to say that every single day we not only had enough to share with every person, but the supplies never ran out!