Missionary Blog Carnival

Changed Lives: Missionary Blog Carnival

19 April 2009

In the most recent Missionary Blog Carnival, I asked people to write about one life they have seen God change.  Of course I have read many blog entries in the past on this topic.  But sometimes we end up writing bits and pieces, and it’s nice to look back and take time to reflect on […]

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Time is r u n n i n g o u t !

21 March 2009

It’s only a week and a half away!  If you’re a missionary blogger, you’re not going to want to miss this opportunity to get the word out about what God is doing!  That’s right – the next Missionary Blog Carnival. And this time, the topic is very special.  And it’s all about what God is […]

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Advice for Aspiring Missionaries: Missionary Blog Carnival #3

9 February 2009

The entries in this edition of the Missionary Blog Carnival totally exceeded my expectations.  I was amazed by the depth, thoughtfulness, and variety in these posts.  Thanks to everyone who entered! This time I was asking for advice for people wanting to be missionaries.  The posts are below, and I’ve tried to put them in […]

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Missionary Blog Carnival – Poverty

15 October 2008

All right – I’ll have to admit that the Missionary Blog Carnival hasn’t been a roaring success so far.  But more on that later.  This time there was one entry – well, two including me.  🙂 The topic this month is poverty.  I’m going to do a couple of things here.  First, let’s look at […]

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Invisible Illness (Missionary Blog Carnival)

8 September 2008

Thanks to those who took the time to be a part of this, the very first, Missionary Blog Carnival!  I’m going to feature those who took the time to send in their posts, and I’ve also added a few others from the past that I thought you might find interesting. This time the theme was […]

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Care packages

26 September 2006

Photo courtesy of Irish Typepad It’s not just missionaries – most people travelling away from home love to get a care package.  You know, something that only Mom can make, or something you can’t buy in Mongolia.  Perhaps something for ministry, or the kids, or just something for fun. I’ve seen missionaries writing about care […]

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