Each one of these posts may challenge you to change your vision about what a missionary is, how he or she does what they do, and what they actually do.
First, a couple of posts from Honduras – The Benefits of Indigenous Pastors – part one and The Benefits of Indigenous Pastors – part two
Next, let’s move back to Haiti. What would you do if a major disaster was to strike in your area? Check out Trip prayers and looking for Jesus.
Finally, a surprising and simple post from Cambodia: What toilet paper art is teaching me about life and creativity
Missionaries face a lot of frustrations and conflicting feelings. That’s why I appreciated this particular post from Haiti, written in the shadow of Hurricane Matthew.
Check out this post, and take the time to pray for Haiti – its people, including the people of God who are there.
The night remained quiet, too quiet. Doesn’t feel right that with a dangerous life threatening storm starting to cover Haiti that the weather is so calm here before the storm. Most Haitians acting normal yesterday only adds to the unreal feeling.
After a restless night of alternating prayers with troubled sleep, the normally pleasant sound of rain pattering on our tin roof started at 4:30 a.m. Today that sound stirs up my emotions and memories… [keep reading]