David and Amy Julian are Assemblies of God missionaries preparing to use healthcare and community development to cross lines. Learn how they plan to use their background and skills in pediatric nursing and innovative sustainable solutions for water drilling and sanitation, heating, etc, along with a strategy suggested by Peter’s message to Cornelius in Acts 10, to break down barriers of resistance to the gospel in remote Papua New Guinea villages.
David and Amy Julian
David and Amy Julian are Assemblies of God missionaries to Papua New Guinea. Together with their two sons — Ben and Daniel — they are currently raising prayer and financial support to move to Papua New Guinea.
Through previous ministry with CompassionLink and then in Vanuatu, God has prepared them to be a tangible example of the gospel to people in Papua New Guinea who may not hear it any other way. Following the pattern of Jesus — who often ministered to people's physical needs before their spiritual needs — they hope to establish health aid posts in remote, resistant villages and an aid post training center, as well as help with community development needs such as water initiatives.
You can learn more about David and Amy's ministry and how to pray for them by visiting their Assemblies of God missionary profile and clicking on the Newsletter Signup button and/or by following them on Facebook.
And you can support David and Amy financially by signing up to support them on a monthly basis or to contribute a one-time gift. Learn more at their giving page.