Life in the Marshall Islands: God’s Work in the Remote Pacific Island Nation

With no running water and scant electricity, where short-range radio is the only means of communication, modern life in the Jaluit Atoll presents many challenges for the Marshallese people.  But there's also a strong sense of community, hope, and faith. In 2019, our team joined Nixon Jabnil, a local translator and church lay leader, on a journey around the atoll, visiting the four Salvation Army corps (churches) on the isolated islands. Join us for this travelogue short film to see what life is like in this corner of the world!

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