I woke up in the morning in Germany amazed at the clarity of the dream I had that night. It was a poor area, a mining area and people asking for a Christmas celebration - something very important to the Papuans.
While I pondered about this strange dream it was clear to me that this was like Paul’s ‘Macedonian call’. But where to find such a place? And indeed, after research we found it exactly as in the dream: a place called Kebar, a mining area. So the next step was the Christmas celebration. Four hours off-road with four wheel drives, deep in the heart of Papua, this place God talked about in the dream was waiting for us. Loaded with gifts for the children and the Gospel of Jesus Christ, eleven cars set off to Kebar. This was the first time ever in their history for them to receive and conduct such a meeting. People forgotten by man, but not by God.