In our last update, we introduced one of our supported missionaries, Caleb Gibello. To gain more insightful information on how biblical missions is and can be executed in Papua New Guinea and beyond, we interviewed him on theological training. Some of the questions we asked were:

  1. What are the ripple effects of not having theological training?

  2. How should indigenous theological training be executed?

  3. How is II Timothy 2:2 being executed in Papua New Guinea?

  4. How can English-speaking churches support foreign theological training?

As we hoped and labored to have the interview edited and upload for your consumption, thanks be to the Lord, it is. Watch the Video (click on the button below) of our conversation with Caleb Gibello today.


Screenshot Source:: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MG5mDXuIB0k

Screenshot Source:: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MG5mDXuIB0k


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