Angola

Frustrations and Miracles, Large and Small

1 November 2016

Here’s a recent round-up of posts from missionaries around the world. Thanks for visiting! Insects, Summer, Surgeries, Sprinting… – medical adventures as summer come to Angola. When Words Become Walls – staying with the medical theme, frustrations and the need for grace in Kenya. I Don’t Just Believe in Miracles-I Have Seen Them – God […]

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Meetings – Under trees, with refugees… In Japan and South Sudan…

28 June 2016

A few posts about people, meeting with people, trying to meet with people… I guess meetings aren’t all bad… Sitting Under a Tree (Tanzanaia): It was that familiar feeling of sitting under a tree wondering if anyone would come and join you… An Unusual Visit (South Sudan): On Saturday my teammate Melissa and I were […]

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Medical Treatment in the Village

21 June 2016

Today I’m just going to feature one blog post. It’s a long one, but it’s worth the read. Tim and Betsy have lived in Angola for just over 4 years. Angola is in South Africa. The official language is Portuguese, but there are many other languages spoken. Civil war and drought have played a large […]

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Observations & Reflections from the Mission Field

2 February 2016

Just a few recent posts from around the world… Why Go To Another Country? (Chile) “Why are you in Chile?” That’s a question we have received way more times that we can recall. The question is a real door opener… Observations and Perspectives… (Angola) Following are “brief” summaries of some personal vacation conversations with our […]

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Christmas in . . .

23 December 2015

Here are some Christmas missionary blog posts for you to enjoy – not necessarily from this year, but you can check out the home pages of the blogs below to see what’s new! Celebrating Christmas in Angola Christmas In Uganda Christmas Party at the Shelter (Mexico) The Impact of Christmas (Bulgaria) CHRISTMAS in RURAL PARAGUAY […]

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Transition, Time, Testimonies and Titles…

10 June 2015

This is an interesting issue, not only in Africa, but in many parts of the world. But this post comes from Ghana – Titles or names Coming “home” is not necessarily pure delight – it just means more “transition”. Check out the thoughts of this missionary to Japan: Transition: an unfinished jigsaw puzzle And from […]

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Have You Read “Mr Offering” Lately? (and other interesting blog posts)

25 March 2015

This is part three of our focus on veteran missionary bloggers! From Bible translation to customer service to cultural and missions controversies – lots to think about today from all over the world! Some of the amazing things happening in Mexico in this update from January/February 2015 And from Indonesia, From the Logbook…Banjarmasin Patient Flight […]

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A few of the “other” countries…

6 January 2015

Today we’re visiting a few of the countries that we don’t often visit for various reasons. Enjoy this special world tour! Angola:  Community, Jeremias, Mateus, Eternity… Yes, sometimes God puts you somewhere – for you! Czech Republic (Romania): A Visit With the International King of the Gypsies Connections… East Timor: Big heart, Big God Special […]

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Less-mentioned countries (A-D)

18 December 2013

Sometimes I like to especially visit blogs from countries that we don’t mention as often here.  Why don’t we talk about them as much?  It could be that there are fewer blogs, or fewer posts from these countries.  But today it’s time to take a look, starting at the beginning of the alphabet! This is a […]

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A few recent missionary posts (even if you’re not a fiend)…

1 July 2013

I just went out to look at some of the recent posts from around the world.  Here are a few that caught my eye… Convoys, Bella, Community, Gratitude… (Angola) – a longer-than-expected-drive… Dear Praying Fiends [sic] (Australia)  (I didn’t notice the typo when I decided to post this one, but you have to admit it’s […]

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