Bulgaria

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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Houses, Hands, and Hope

20 September 2016

Some more interesting posts for you, from around the world! First, check this one out from Tanzania – Seasons. Preparing and Growing. Of course, as the author notes and shows by example, “You can’t actually prepare for everything.” Nope, that’s for sure! Not only can you not prepare for everything, “nothing is ever simple” – […]

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Less-mentioned Countries

5 July 2016

Every once in a while I like to share posts from countries which are not mentioned as often here (as seen in the country cloud on the sidebar). So – this is one of those days! Let’s start with Vanuatu, an ocean nation made up of 80 (!) islands. Read about the challenge of communication […]

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Missionaries – Never the same thing…

1 June 2016

Missionaries do all kinds of things, in all kinds of ways. You might not be surprised to hear about missionaries involved in flood relief – check this out in Kenya – Prayer Update: CBM Flood Relief in Garrisa. But here are some other ways you could be involved in missions – these missionaries in Bulgaria […]

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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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A Few More from the Really Old Blogs…

1 April 2015

A few more from the bloggers who have been blogging the longest! We’re highlighting a few blogs in the order of when they started blogging, as I check on things to update our official blog lists. All the bloggers we’ve talked about in the last few posts have been blogging since 2006 or earlier. Children […]

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Money and Other Needs – What do they look like?

22 October 2014

We know that there are many needs around the world, many challenges and struggles, but sometimes we lack understanding about exactly what they look like.  So let’s take a look at some recent posts: James 2:18 working faith… (Honduras)  We have been having computer issues as of late.  The one I am typing on is […]

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Bulgaria, Ecuador, Uganda, Tanzania, and Elsewhere…

1 October 2014

Team Bulgaria’s Strategic Process (Bulgaria) New plans. Working by Accident as a Bumbling Detective Evangelist (Europe) Unexpected tea time. Kafunga I Am Not (Uganda) Unexpected phone call. Rivendell: The Last Homely House (Uganda) People-gathering. We are settled and get to see this (Ecuador) September 2014 (Ecuador) Some people we know. Compassion (com·pati) (Tanzania) Taking care […]

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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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Syrian Refugees, Flooding, and Angry Spirits?

31 October 2013

Some great new posts for you.  Syrian refugees, new frontiers and new lessons, the best part of “light soup”, flooding, and – did we anger the spirits? Escaping War (Bulgaria) Lessons Learned on the Mission Field (Thailand) Simply Do It (Puerto Rico) Trip to Chiapas (Mexico) Homeschooling in South Sudan (South Sudan) Acapulco Disaster Relief […]

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