- 1 year ago
Most people have never heard of the island of Yap. The tiny island state, part of the group of islands in the south Pacific that make up Micronesia, is home to just over eleven thousand people. The island is only 39 square miles, and was under Spanish control until the turn of the twentieth century. Paul Zimmer has just returned from a mission to Yap, on which his wife and six children joined him. The Zimmers sit down with Dan in studio to talk about what life in such a remote part of the world was like, and how their experiences throughout their missionary work have changed them. Tune in to hear their story.