This is the story of the Mouk tribe of Papua new Guinea. Their story is a journey from murderous sorcery and deceit to a discovery of God's love and an understanding of Truth. They become people who take their faith seriously.
"Return to Hauna" features Wycliffe Bible translator Marilyn Laszlo. In the video, Marilyn shares many fascinating and entertaining glimpses of the 23-year process of translating the New Testament into the Sepic Iwam language of Papua New Guinea. She walks around Hauna Village sharing about what happened on the very spots where the events occurred. She ends with an inspiring and encouraging challenge to reach the world.
This film documents the early days of the Sepik Iwam Bible Translation Project in a primitive and challenging tribal culture. 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."