A three day walk through the jungles of Papua New Guinea was now the only way out. After 40 hours of travel to Kudjip Hospital in Papua New Guinea we were sent for 8 days of “cultural orientation” by plane with Mission Aviation Fellowship (MAF) to Dusin, PNG.
Dusin is a small, remote village in the bush (jungle) of PNG. Without cell phones, internet, or anyone who spoke fluent English, we learned about the PNG way of life. We met an amazing group of people who relied on the land and each other for survival. We were able to learn much about PNG food, language, and faith through our time in Dusin. Below is a short video of our orientation week.
We are currently settling into our new life here at Kudjip Hospital. The next couple of weeks will be filled with further language training for Tammy and I, homeschooling for the kids, and getting to know the people and landscape in this amazing place we now call home where God has called us.