A Bible Translator’s Story from the Jungles of Papua New Guinea
48 minute “Special Edition” version DVD
Angel Award Winner for excellence in communication.
In 1967, Marilyn Laszlo entered a village in Papua New Guinea to give the Sepik Iwam People God’s Word in their own language. Today the people who never imagined their talk could be carved on banana leaves now read in their own words “Papa God’s Carving.”
Marilyn tells the fascinating story of relationships, struggles, miracles, turning points, and steps of faith as she stands on the very ground where key events took place. Black & White stills and vivid film footage enhance this living history of God’s grace and a people’s transformation.
After nearly twenty-five years in Papua New Guinea, Marilyn Laszlo is a frequent, popular speaker at missions events and conferences. This DVD release contains both the original 30 minute version and the 48 minute “Special Edition” version.
- “Making Of..” slide show
- Leap of Faith: Marilyn Skydives
- PNG Aviation Footage
- Filmmakers’ Audio Commentary
- Marilyn Gets Doctorate
- Dan and CIU Students
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