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This is What It's Really All About

How humbling that in the middle of these very remote mountains in PNG, a group of believers were praying for my recovery.
Tags: Aviation, Papua New Guinea
POSTED ON Aug 25, 2016

Pilot John Leedahl wrote the following:

 "I had the opportunity to fly into the Dinangat airstrip for the first time. This airstrip serves the missionaries, Jeremiah and April Markley, working in the Dinangat tribe and they have a church established with tribal believers. These tribal believers were told about my accident and had been waiting for me to finally fly into their village so they could see the fruit of their prayers. How humbling that in the middle of these very remote mountains in PNG, a group of believers were praying for my recovery. It was fun to see their amazement as I showed off my prosthetic leg. One of the church elders led the group surrounding me in prayer, thanking and praising God for what He had done. What a privilege from the Lord to be able to once again serve the many missionaries working in these remote people groups!"