More “Revived” Blogs

by Jim on 1 October 2015

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AnchorIt’s time for a few more (possibly) revived missionary blogs (see the last post here for an explanation). Check them out – and comment!


“Revived” Missionary Blogs

by Jim on 16 September 2015

in Interesting Posts

Senegal - Let's Move!Today we’re going to take a look at a few missionary blogs that were at one point removed from our list – but they’re back! Maybe!

Why would a blog be removed? Maybe the owner left cross-cultural ministry, or changed the nature of their blog… but most likely they just stopped blogging for a while.

But these bloggers are either back with a vengeance, or are just taking tentative steps back. Either way, check them out!


Why Didn’t I Learn This Before Becoming A Missionary?

2 September 2015

Some very interesting posts from more of the newest-missionary-blogs-on-the-block! Some posts that will be especially interesting for those contemplating or preparing for missionary service… First, from Moldova, making contacts and sharing the Gospel. And older, but interesting update: March 2015 Prayer Letter So what would you say to your younger self? Here’s a missionary’s take […]

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The Colour of Urine, and Other Missionary Reflections.

19 August 2015

We continue our survey of blogs with some of the newest blogs on the block… It’s surprisingly interesting to read about Being Dehydrated in Cambodia! Transition, transition transition – it’s Our chosen reality, no matter what… (Uganda) Biscuits for the Fire Brigade? Check it out! (Australia) Cyclone! (Vanuatu) Finally, more fun pictures – Best of […]

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God Closes a Chicken Factory (and more!)

5 August 2015

As I mentioned last time, I’m linking to some older posts this summer because I’ve had to get these links up in advance. Of course you can always read the latest posts or older posts just by poking around the blog you’re visiting.Today we’re looking at blogs that have been around for less than five […]

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When Street Kids Mop Windows (and other missionary blog posts)

22 July 2015

A few more posts from missionaries around the world! We’ve been taking a tour of some of the blogs that are covered here, from the veteran bloggers to the new ones. Today we’re looking at a few blogs that have been out there for about 5 years… A glimpse of life in Tanzania – To […]

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Seeing God in the Good and the Bad…

8 July 2015

A few more posts today from around the world! Thanks for reading. When you just want to help crack that shell . . . Hatching (Thailand) All right, so it’s a little late to post this, but it’s interesting! From back in April – Happy New Year Happy New Year! (Thailand) Summer in Pakistan – […]

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Posts from the Americas

24 June 2015

We’re continuing our journey through the years from the longest-running blogs to the newest. Today, we’re somewhere in the middle! I had so many posts from the Americas, I decided to stay in that hemisphere for today… Wise lessons from a Mom of 18 – Fishing for a Family (Mexico) The Sauces Life… (Ecuador) – […]

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Transition, Time, Testimonies and Titles…

10 June 2015

This is an interesting issue, not only in Africa, but in many parts of the world. But this post comes from Ghana – Titles or names Coming “home” is not necessarily pure delight – it just means more “transition”. Check out the thoughts of this missionary to Japan: Transition: an unfinished jigsaw puzzle And from […]

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Humbling and Challenging…

2 June 2015

Some challenging posts today from around the world, to open our eyes to what’s happening and what God is doing… Let’s start with some Ecuador ministry in pictures (and some text too)! Now on to Haiti. If you had to walk 40 minutes in the heat to just to get to water, what would you […]

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