How does a person progress in life, facing challenges, setbacks, and yet, keeps going? And how does that person stay close to his wife and raise children who are industrious and strong? All while being in a remote location with little or none of the common amenities most of us take for granted. The Greek philosopher Epictetus wrote, “Practice yourself in little things, and thence proceed to greater.” Sir William Jones stated, “Never neglect an opportunity for improvement.” Our guest is a man of excellence. Characterized with high esteem because of his faithfulness to God and God’s calling upon his life and family. He’s an example. To do the task at hand with all your might knowing full well that in God’s time and in God’s way the Lord promotes us to further His purpose. And when He does, no one can stop the move of God.
Mark Reichman and his wife Joan and their children have been missionaries with New Tribes Mission in supplying other mssionaries living in the jungles of Papua New Guinea for over 23 years, planting over 25 self-propagating churches, and completing 4 New Testament Translations. He and Joan have done so with joy in his heart and love for the people of Papua New Guinea. And now, the Lord has guided them to another level of responsibility. He is the Hawaii Representative of New Tribes Missions and the author of a new book – MIA: That The Lost May Be Found.
Colossians 3:16 “Let the word of Christ dwell in you richly in all wisdom, teaching and admonishing one another in psalms and hymns and spiritual songs,…”