The large city of Manaus lies along the Amazon. Outside the city on a quiet inlet rests a boat called the Luzeiro. This boat and others like it bring medical care and the good news about Jesus to the people who live along the river.
When the Halliwells first entered a village, they set up their gramophone and played recordings of Christian hymns. The people loved the music, and word about this special machine spread quickly along the river villages.
By the time he was 11 years old, Michael decided that he wasn’t going to go to church anymore. “But this took me away from my family, and I felt alone,” he said. And that’s when he started spiraling down into depression.
Listening to the programs on Nuevo Tiempo gave Mirna a sense of hope and happiness, and, most important, helped her to find God. “I started listening to the station every day, and began praying,” she said.
Then all of a sudden the pastor looked up and pointing straight at me said, “It’s you!” I looked around to see if anyone was behind me, but there was no one. He did it again, pointing— “It’s you, you that I’m looking at!”
Pastor Felix Wadrobert is the president-secretary of the New Caledonia Mission. In the following story he describes a wonderful experience that took place in April, 2015 during evangelistic meetings held in New Caledonia.
One night the sergeant had a dream. In his dream he saw a pregnant woman with the words “Seventh-day Adventist” written above her. Suddenly, he awoke and wrote down what he’d seen before going back to sleep.