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Bridges

by Jim on 28 July 2017

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BridgeSome really interesting and fascinating posts from missionaries around the world today. For example, this one from Kenya about irrigation canals. Who knew this could be such a strategic ministry? Let the Water Flow: Improved Irrigation Canals in Garissa

And here are some thoughts in the never-ending debate about how to respond to other religions. From Ghana, All bad, all good, or

It’s always nice to have a simple, practical post. Here’s one about travelling with children – from Peru, 10 things that will help you travel with kids.

If you have a building to meet in on Sunday mornings, how do you use it the rest of the week? From South Africa, Flexibility.

Finally, another interesting insight into missions from Honduras, The Bridge to Turturupe.

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The Basics, and Learning to Trust

11 July 2017

It’s the basics that are important. Sharing the gospel, baptizing, teaching people to obey Christ. So it’s good to see it happening, for example, in Australia: Dear Praying Friends… And there are many special ways to serve – for example, this is a little late, but Happy Mother’s Day! (Uganda) And while we’re in Africa, […]

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What’s New With The Veteran Bloggers?

27 June 2017

Here are a few posts from our veteran bloggers. These are bloggers who, in the case of the examples below, have been blogging for eleven years or more. Let’s start in Kenya! Where, as in all the world, Rain is pretty important. How about Japan? A reflective post about Faking it There’s quite a bit […]

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Working Together, Frustration, and Hard Days

13 June 2017

I know, I keep trying to think of a good title to pull together all of the themes, but I just really want to share the posts below, and they’re just really not related. So here’s what we’ve got today: Let’s start with the “working together” part. It’s always great to see people Equipping Harvest […]

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Missions, and the Unexpected

30 May 2017

I thought this post from Ghana was interesting, and inspiring. It’s great to see what God is doing, but it also makes you ask – what major areas of need are we overlooking in our own countries? The post is Anomaly. Let’s celebrate The Day of the Cyrillic Alphabet (Bulgaria)! Honestly, I just love Cyril […]

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So Many Ways to Help…

16 May 2017

It was an inspiration reading missionary blogs today, and seeing how God uses people to help others, and how God works in people’s lives. Think about something simple, like this woman who had a dream that God multiplied: A dream come true (Uganda). And while we’re in the medical field, here are some very personal […]

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Managing Resources

2 May 2017

Books … school … food … money. It’s easy to take things for granted when you have them. But what if you don’t? And if you do, how do you share them? Six Privileges of Living in a Wealthy Country – if you live in one, have you ever thought about these things? (Tanzania) School […]

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Celebrating the Resurrection, Saving Trees, and More

20 April 2017

Recently Christians around the world had an extra-special celebration of Jesus’ resurrection (though, of course, we celebrate it all the time!). Let’s start in Niger – lots happening for these missionaries! Our Easter Celebration And now, on to Tanzania – Easter Celebrations in Kayenze. And now let’s just do some travelling to visit missionaries, with […]

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Six Very Random Posts from Four Countries

5 April 2017

I know, these collections of posts just get more and more unrelated. I’ll try to do a theme sometime soon. But for now, here are a bunch of totally unrelated posts, because I know there’s someone out there who will appreciate each one! There are a lot of small frustrations when you’re living in another […]

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