Author's details

Name: Rick Newton
Date registered: February 25, 2011
URL: http://rncorsscarrier.org

Latest posts

  1. Vanuatu — August 31, 2016
  2. The Cross Welcomed in Nanakinnimi — May 9, 2016
  3. Doreen’s shares her Heart on Missions — January 28, 2016
  4. THE STORY CONTINUES… — October 19, 2015
  5. Kwaio village Pig Roast — October 18, 2015

Most commented posts

  1. Setting the Captives Free!! — 3 comments
  2. In the Philippines! — 3 comments
  3. 39 years carrying The Cross around the World! — 3 comments
  4. When God Winks !! — 3 comments
  5. Vanuatu — 2 comments

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Aug 31


Wow what can I say about Vanuatu? A small little group of islands in the South Pacific! The country was amazing! The reception they gave the Cross was indescribable. The timing of our arrival was impeccable. It could not have been more perfect. We flew in, not knowing at all what to expect. Nobody knew …

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May 09

The Cross Welcomed in Nanakinnimi

Click here to see video The welcome the Lord had for us as I arrived with the Cross in the village of Nanakinnimi was Amazing!!! God IS Good!! As The Gospel goes out into all the World!  

Jan 28

Doreen’s shares her Heart on Missions

    The mission field… Is there ANYTHING more beautiful than seeing spiritual eyes open for the very first time?!! The scales drop away and the light of the glorious gospel enters in!!! I truly (and of course, speak for Rick as well), can’t think of anything that compares!! Yes, there are many hardships and …

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Oct 19


  As the darkness was gathering over Kwaio Mountain, the locals made their way from their thatched roof huts for the Pig Roast and the nights ceremonies. From the door of my hut I watched in stunned silence as a whole village came out to honor the Cross and the white man that had made …

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Oct 18

Kwaio village Pig Roast

  Later, the same day that I spoke in the school and doctored the dear ladies foot from the pagan village, I saw one of the villagers carrying a big pig over his shoulder. I found out then that it was for the pig roast they were going to have in honor of the Cross …

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Oct 06

Later in the Day

In the afternoon of the same day I spoke in the school (in my last write up), this dear lady came over from the “pagan” village, (about a 45 minute hike over the next ridge), to meet the white man that had come up the mountain with a huge cross. Since they still run naked …

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Oct 06

Helping the Kwaio People

Ooo as I climbed out of bed my second day on the mountain, EVERY muscle in my body screamed with disapproval, but the Joy and excitement of the day ahead of me drove me forward! First thing, I was able to speak to all the students assembled out side of my hut, all 72 of …

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Oct 06

You have made history

Robert bracing the Cross in Dugout to the interior. By 6:30 the next morning we had our supplies loaded in the dugout canoes to start into the interior and to the base of the Mt. The climb would take 4 hours, rising to an elevation of 2935 ft. (Temperature in the low 90s humidity almost …

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Sep 19

Down the mountain!

Hey everyone I’m back down the mountain. Safe, sound and sore. The most incredible week of my life. I Will write it up over the next few days. Thanks for being there in prayer for us.  Wait till you hear the stories.

Sep 13

Gethsemane church!

We had “church” today!! They welcomed us with fresh flower leis and a welcome line!! Oh my, I’m gushing and overjoyed with the love of His people!!! Oh, and yes I sang!!!

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