First Encounters with a Stone Age Tribe in Papua New Guinea
42:36 minute DVD
The first (1975) of several movies made in Hauna Village, Papua New Guinea, this film documents the early days of the Sepik Iwam Bible Translation Project in a primitive and challenging tribal culture. This is the story of a people group overshadowed by generations of fear of evil spirits. The light of God’s Word begins to penetrate as Bible translators undertake the arduous task of creating a written language and providing Scriptures for the people. A monumental symbol of the transformation taking place in the hearts of the people stands in the center of their village. A hill used for generations as a burial ground, a place of fear and foreboding, becomes a “Mountain of Light.”
- “Survivor” Audition Video for Marilyn Laszlo
- “Mission Possible” (24 minutes) and “Rise Up, Let’s Go!” (32 minutes); both are talks given at Cedarville University in October 2004.
- Nearly 400 still images in slide shows: Village Life; Translation; Church; School; Transportation; Medical; Production; Miscellaneous. The still images are also included as .jpg files for your non-commercial, educational or ministry use.
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