Testimony: Grace Fabien

February 16, 2009

Yesterday, February 15th, NHF had the privilege of hosting Grace Fabien (Wycliffe Bible Translators) as a speaker during Worship.

She also was the guest lecturer for yesterday evening’s Perspectives class.  The class was able to hear Grace’s testimony of her time in Papua New Guinea in more detail — her life story, and the evidence of God’s movement in it to bless not only her and her family but to bring blessed & joyous glory to Himself, is incredibly moving and inspirational.  

If you haven’t heard it before and missed it last night, you can hear Grace’s story here.


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