I haven’t done this for a while, but sometimes I like to browse through posts and see which pictures catch my eye.

When it comes to blogs, pictures are very important and should be the norm rather than the exception.  That doesn’t mean you should turn your blog into a photo gallery, but it does mean that if there’s a way to illustrate what you’re saying, you should do it!

But enough about that – here are a few of the posts I found.

Dried fish for sale in South Korea

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Let’s take a look at what’s happening in the Republic of Mozambique.  Mozambique is in south western Africa, a coastal country where wonderful things like cotton, cashews, and coconuts grow!

Sunset in Mozambique

First, a couple of kids to pray for … Meet the Meninos ~ Julio and Gil

Wait – missionaries have little kids too?  Seriously….

By the way, from the same blog here’s a post with some great pictures.  Not just about Mozambique, as you’ll see, but also about getting “stuck” between two countries!  Check out Fun Times with Grandpa and Grandma…

You can learn a lot in lines, that’s for sure.  Here’s what one missionary has to say:  Things I learn in hospital lines.

The things that get in your way when you just want to translate Ephesians.  Check out CYCLONE HELLEN APPROACHES… and PRAY FOR PHIL.

Don’t forget to pray for Mozambique!  Thanks for visiting.

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Bullets, Big Rocks and – The Precious Exhauster?

2 April 2014

On wonders how some vehicles survive the journey.  Great pictures from Niger in Odds and Ends during March. Lent and the Precious Exhauster (Kenya) – hey, you’ll be thankful if the Precious Exhauster ever needs to come to your house! Big, small, medium-sized – they’re all stresses in Ukraine.  But finally this missionary has a […]

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Arepas, Church Growth Secrets and Desperate Measures

26 March 2014

More posts for you from around the world! Photo courtesy of Steven Depolo As we watch all the upheaval in Venezuela on the news, I’m reminded of a good memory of Venezuela – of course, it has to do with food.  So I’m sharing an old post from a newly-added blogger about Arepas! Now, one […]

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Falling Mountains and Swimming Hippos

18 March 2014

A few great posts for you today – some really interesting glimpses into life in other countries. For example, some of the goings-on in Honduras.  Trying to get through the practical things, and praising God for what He allows.  Check it out:  As the LORD allows… Now, let’s head down the Niger River!  This trip is […]

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Outreach, Compassion, and Critters!

11 March 2014

A few recent posts – to pray about and think about… Still lots to pray for in Japan – here are the prayer requests of one missionary:  PRAYER for TOHOKU A vision for youth training – what is this missionary trying to accomplish in Mexico?  Results of Formal Youth Ministry Training Outreach, and a river […]

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Giving and Receiving

5 March 2014

Today I have a few posts for you about living life in another culture.  From dealing with the mundane, to giving love, to receiving love… What can you do with TRASH?  Just leave it on the curb, right?  Let the trash fairies make it disappear? (Kenya) Update from Hermosillo, Mexico  People change around you – […]

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Reflections from Asia…

7 February 2014

Just a few blog posts that I’ve been reading today: The Humility of Listening (Mongolia):  A fascinating post about the struggle of speaking – and listening – in a second language. Again on the theme of the challenges that missionaries face, Friends: A Key to Survival on the Mission Field (Thailand) You’re making me hungry… […]

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Less-mentioned countries (S-Z)

22 January 2014

This is the final post in our series of countries that are less-mentioned here.  Just a few more posts: A look back on the last few months in Singapore Be Intentional in our Goals and Purposes (South Korea) Rain on the Righteous and on the Unrighteous (Vanuatu) A Not So Silent Night (Zambia) Thanks to all […]

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More from our Veteran Bloggers

15 January 2014

As I continue to update various pages here, I’ve been reading the blogs of some of our veteran missionary bloggers.  Currently this refers to missionaries that have been blogging for 8 years or more (can you believe it?). So here are some recent posts from some of those bloggers.  Of course in a short post […]

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