Is Justice Possible?

by Jim on 27 May 2015

in Interesting Posts

What if you had to choose a name for a new baby girl in Mozambique? And what if there was a special cultural tradition about naming babies? What would you choose? To find out what this missionary chose, read What’s in a name?

Rubber bootsWhy fly from Uganda to Nepal?

I live in Guatemala, and this is why I need good rubber boots (and other interesting notes – put on your wellies and join us!)

Have you heard about the recent violence in South Africa? Even children are learning what xenophobia means.

A journal from a short term team in Haiti. Lots of pictures and stories that may surprise you!

In Canada, Target’s loss is our gain

In Papua New Guinea, is justice really possible? Read this shocking and complex story of culture, justice and injustice – and don’t forget to pray!

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We’re into blogs today that are over 7 years old, as we work our way from the more experienced bloggers to the newbies.

Woman in Iraq

Woman in Iraq

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Mexico, Haiti, and More…

13 May 2015

Would you like to meet a few people in Spain, and hear about what God is doing? Check out it out here: The Lord giveth… And now, some thoughts from Mexico: Making the Most of Your Mission Trip – Tips for a successful cross-cultural experience There are times when you really learn to appreciate water […]

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People to pray for, things to learn about…

6 May 2015

Have you ever wondered what kinds of Bibles they have in Japan? Here’s an answer. Are you looking for someone specific to pray for in Ukraine? Why not pray for Mykola? Why not just enjoy some of the beautiful spring flowers in Hungary? Learn about a project in Honduras – Gifts for Gracias and don’t […]

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Blogging for 8 Years

29 April 2015

Not too much comment today – I just want to share with you a few interesting posts that I’ve come across as I’ve been working to update the master list of blogs. These bloggers have been faithfully sharing about God’s work for about eight years! So come with me to visit a park in Russia, […]

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Thoughtful Posts about Missionary Life

22 April 2015

We’re continuing our journey from the oldest blogs out there to the newest. These are still experienced bloggers. And today they have some thoughtful things to say… A great post from Uganda: What to do when your life looks mostly like this: (well, click to find out!) Want to actually pray for people in Ukraine? […]

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Chicken Feet and Rubber Stamps.

15 April 2015

An eclectic mix of posts this time, from some bloggers who have been around for over eight years. A thought-provoking post from Thailand… How to Protect Yourself from Moral Failure on the Mission Field I’m sure a lot of missionaries can relate to this great camera illustration from Kenya… Depth of Field A little clarification […]

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Networking, Languages, and Angry Meetings!

8 April 2015

We’ve been doing a review of some of the longest running blogs, as I prepare to update the blog lists here. Now we’re moving away from the veterans, and more into the “experienced” bloggers. A little newer, but they’ve still been around a long time! Angry Meeting # … I Lost Count – a long […]

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A Few More from the Really Old Blogs…

1 April 2015

A few more from the bloggers who have been blogging the longest! We’re highlighting a few blogs in the order of when they started blogging, as I check on things to update our official blog lists. All the bloggers we’ve talked about in the last few posts have been blogging since 2006 or earlier. Children […]

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Have You Read “Mr Offering” Lately? (and other interesting blog posts)

25 March 2015

This is part three of our focus on veteran missionary bloggers! From Bible translation to customer service to cultural and missions controversies – lots to think about today from all over the world! Some of the amazing things happening in Mexico in this update from January/February 2015 And from Indonesia, From the Logbook…Banjarmasin Patient Flight […]

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