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Through the eyes of a CRMF Pioneer (Part One)

Through the eyes of a CRMF Pioneer (Part One)

It was 50 years ago in 1969, that I, my wife Gaille and our 1-year old baby boy David, arrived in PNG to work with CRMF at Rugli for 7 years. I have recently turned 80 years, Gaille is 76 years. Yes, ‘much white grass (grey hair) on top. We are both keeping well, though I may be a little slower to walk up the PNG mountains now…

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Through the eyes of a CRMF pioneer (Part Two)

Through the eyes of a CRMF pioneer (Part Two)

Picture on the left is a photograph of our transmitter room. The equipment on the table includes the microphone mixer which is at the bottom left. We had another microphone in the workshop in the room next door and two microphones in the teacher’s room on the other side, for the School of the Air teachers. The equipment on the right…

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MAF Provides Medevec for Patients from Owena and Marawaka

MAF Provides Medevec for Patients from Owena and Marawaka

Due to the isolation and limited access to basic health equipment’s and medications in a remote community, it becomes a constant struggle for patients living within a remote setting to receive proper help and treatment when needed. But we thank the Lord and appreciate the work that MAF continues to do when it comes to providing a way for patients living in hard to reach places…

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Crossover Reflections for Ipis and Ruruks

Crossover Reflections for Ipis and Ruruks

There are many ways to remind us of the things we have experienced and look forward for in the future. One special way to remember the current which will become former in a matter of seconds and step into the future is to be at the end of the former and at the beginning of the future. Yes, the crossover period which comes around on the 31st day of December every year after 356 days of doing whatever we were doing!

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