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Please continue to pray for the healing of the Baker family. If you would like more information as to how to pray for the situation, with our family, please contact us.

Wesley and Ashley have both been working full time and taking college classes in Phoenix since they have left PNG.
Continue to pray for the five Loko churches (Mang, Pinir, Awanglo, Marawes and Koloko) and their leaders. Pray that they would stay true to the Word and be a light to their own people and others. Marijuana and home brewed alchohol has become a big temptation for especially the young there.

The elders of the Loko churches are continually evaluating their own culture. They have decided to set aside some of their cultural celebrations and feasts as they believe them to be dishonoring to the Lord. They recently added a celebration to celebrate Pentecost, the coming of the Holy Spirit. They prepare Bible messages regarding Pentecost and have written songs and made head dresses for the 4 day celebration.
In June of 2008 Wayne passed his final fluency test in the Kaul language and culture. Since then we have been working toward the goal of planting a church in the Kaul Tribe through literacy, Bible translation, teaching and discipleship. Diane's main focus has been on literacy and on completing her Language and culture study.

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Then He said to them, "The harvest truly is great, but the laborers are few; therefore pray the Lord of the harvest to send out laborers into His harvest.

Luke 10:2-3

Only ask, and I will give you the nations as your inheritance,
the ends of the earth as your possession.

Psalm 2:8
"In no other way can the believer become as fully involved with God's work, especially the work of world evangelism, as in intercessory prayer."
Dick Eastman
Wayne & Diane Baker
New Tribes Misson
Papua New Guinea
Upon returning to the field in mid August 2010, we will be returning to live among the Kaul people. Wayne has asked the field leadership to be excused from his translation consulting responsibilities for a few years. Pray that the Lord would provide other consultants to fill that need. We want to be able to focus on all that is takes to establish the Kaul Church as a dynamic witness to their own people and others. He will especially be focusing on equiping the Kaul church with the much needed scriptures and Bible lessons they need.

Pray for the handful of believers here in Kaul as they seek to be a light in the darkness.

Pray for Diane as she continues to help newer tribal teams set up their literacy programs..
Be Glad!