Home Page – Croot

Doug and Bev Croot In Cairns Australia, serving the missionaries of Papua New Guinea Doug and Bev Croot Favorite verse: “I will never leave thee, nor forsake thee.” Hebrews 13:5b

Home Page – Cottam

Bill and Lynette Cottam Serving in Papua New Guinea with New Tribes Mission Bill and Lynette Cottam Would you like to read some interesting stories from the mission field? Check out this link to NTM’s facebook page!

Home Page – Casteel

Ed and Jeanne Casteel Ed and Jeanne Casteel Ed’s favorite verse: “Not by might, nor by power, but by my Spirit saith the Lord of hosts.” Zechariah 4:6b Jeanne’s favorite verse: “I will both lay me down in peace, and sleep: for thou, Lord, only makest me dwell in safety.” Psalms 4:8

Home Page – Case

Charles and Cherrie Case  Charles and Cherrie Case Favorite life verse: “For this God is our God forever and ever; he will be our guide even unto death.” Psalm 48:14

Mission & Services

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Prayer Letter – March 2011

Serving the Lord in Mexico with New Tribes Mission

How then, can they call on the one they have not believed in? And how can they believe in the one of whom they have not heard? And how can they hear without someone preaching to them?” Romans 10:14

Ahora bien, ¿cómo invocarán a aquel en quien no han creído? ¿Y cómo creerán en aquel de quien no han oído? Y como oirán si no hay quien les predique? Rom 10:14

Prayer Letter – April 2009

Greetings from Chihuahua Mexico!!

We thank the Lord for your prayers and partnership with us. We’re sure you have heard ALOT about the swine flu here in Mexico. We want to let you know that we are all fine. There are no official cases of the flu here in Chihuahua. Still, all schools are closed. Many churches have suspended services and meetings. Sports events are canceled as are ALL gatherings of larger groups of people. Today is a holiday and the streets are deserted. We see MANY people wearing medical masks. It is a strange feeling but we are thankful that the government is attempting to contain this flu BEFORE it is widespread.

 

Prayer Letter – November 2008

THANKS for your prayers as we traveled out to the tribe and back. We were delayed one day going out due to high winds. We drove 3 hours to an airstrip, traveled by plane and then had a 2 hour drive (or 3 hour walk) to the tribe. On the way in, we drove; but on the way back we hiked (uphill). It was a blessing to be there.