"I have but one candle of life to burn, and I would rather burn it out in a land filled with darkness than in a land flooded with light."

Andrew and Amberlynne became missionaries in 2008. They both have a bachelors in Intercultural Studies and Biblical Studies.

From 2009 through 2011, they lived in Java, Indonesia to study Indonesian, orientate new missionary families to the field, do bookkeeping for their organization, and run a guesthouse.

In 2012, Andrew and Amberlynne moved to Papua, Indonesia. After surveying 9 language groups, they decided to move into the village of Danokit.

Currently, they are working with two national families teaching through the Bible for the first time ever in the Komyandare's native tongue. Their goal is to have a body of believers who believe in God and are living their lives to glorify Him!

Meet the Danokit Team

Eiles and Delira are from a tribe in the mountains of Papua, Indonesia.

Eiles' main role in the ministry is praying for and with the people.

Their family has been in the village since July 2013.

Andrew and Amberlynne are from Washington state.

Their main roles in the ministry are teaching, discipleship, and basic medical work.

Their family has been in the village since July 2012.

Yohannes is originally from the village of Danokit (our location).

His main role in the ministry is teaching and translation.

He moved back into the village (after 15 years in town) in November 2015.