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When things get hard, I don't leave

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Guest: Zach Cann | Host: Bob Moffitt interviews Zach Cann, a church planter and Bible translator among the Ndo people in the remote areas of Papua New Guinea.   With approximately 500 in the village, 50 come regularly to hear about Jesus' love for them; Zach says 10-20 have professed faith in the Lord Jesus. Zach describes his family's response to his house being destroyed by a massive 7.6 earthquake. Regarding the people he and his four children are living among, Zach says the people are needy, and will ask for things including solar panels, salt and Tylenol.  "I have had to really learn how to care for the people.  When things get hard, I don't leave; they get to see me suffer... like when I'm sick, and how we've dealt with death - and how we react to that. That affirms what we are telling them about our worldview, that God is trustworthy and they get to watch us trust the Lord through difficulties."  Zach shares several stories of God working in the people of his village. FinisTerre

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