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Looking back, looking forward…

24 September 2013

There are some really interesting missionary blog posts out there right now – a variety of topics, but worth checking out. For example, we have people looking back on the past – year – 10 years – here are a couple of posts: Ten Years of Serving in Mexico One Year in Thailand (video) And […]

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A Holiday Just for Missionaries? St. Patrick’s Day

17 March 2012

I don’t usually post things like this, but because so many missionaries and friends of missionaries read this blog, I thought you might enjoy hearing The Truth about St Patrick. If there’s any day of the year that’s especially for missionaries – I would say today would be a good candidate. 😉

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Picnics, Doctors, and Moving On…

30 March 2011

Today I have just three glimpses into some other lives and cultures for you.  First, some pictures of a Church Picnic in Guatemala.  Making chirmol, relaxing, playing… check it out! Next, in the post Seeking Medical Truth, thoughts on trusting or not trusting doctors, and the challenges of living in a country with limited resources […]

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Jonathan Wilson on Japan Relief

15 March 2011

Jonathan Wilson was one of the first bloggers we featured here, and for the past few years he’s been very much involved in relief work – such as the relief work that is needed right now in Japan.  Here’s a recent interview: Visit CRASH Japan here.

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Please Pray for This Family.

11 February 2011

Cody and Maria Whittaker and their two daughters were missionaries in Haiti, when their four year old daughter was diagnosed with cancer. They returned to their home country, so that their daughter could receive intensive chemotherapy.  They continued to travel every few weeks to continue to serve Haiti. Today their daughter, Susana, passed away. Read […]

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A visit to Albania

28 May 2010

Today we’re going to take a little tour of Albania.  Here are some recent posts out of the country that caught my attention. The challenges of learning to live together – do we really know how to do it well?  And on a related topic, did you know arranged marriages are alive and well in […]

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Global Mission Handbook: A Review

26 February 2010

"I’m thinking about becoming a missionary.  How do I begin?" I get this question a lot.  One of the best resources that I point people to is the blog carnival we had a while back – Advice for Aspiring Missionaries.  Our missionary bloggers provided a lot of wise advice. Of course, there are other people […]

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Flooding in Central Mexico

11 February 2010

I don’t post a lot of personal things here, but I’m going to break the trend today.  The reason is, I’m up close and personal to the flood disaster zone here in Central Mexico.  So I thought many of you would be interested to see more. In case you haven’t heard the news, here’s a […]

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Haiti Hub

24 January 2010

Just a quick note for those interested in helping with the situation in Haiti.  Usually I don’t post things like this, but I think many of our readers will find it helpful. Cross Global Link, is an organization that brings together mission agencies and churches so they can work together.  They have put up a […]

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Time to learn something…

14 May 2009

This is kind of an eclectic "learn something" post.  Learn about some of the struggles missionaries face, learn about the people they interact with, and the cultures they’re in – and if you’re interested in Chile, you can even ask some questions! From Peru – a glimpse into the joys of red tape that missionaries […]

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