Cambodia

Celebrating, Grieving, and Moving Forward…

22 August 2017

Why are we travelling to this little village – what’s its name again? From Niger – The Most Important Visit We’ve Ever Made And in Ecuador– some statistics may be almost pointless. But maybe Some statistics define our lives. Speaking of statistics, here’s an exciting one from the villages in Cambodia: Celebrating 20 Schools! Let’s […]

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Changing Our Vision

18 October 2016

Each one of these posts may challenge you to change your vision about what a missionary is, how he or she does what they do, and what they actually do. First, a couple of posts from Honduras – The Benefits of Indigenous Pastors – part one and The Benefits of Indigenous Pastors – part two […]

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Zooming in on Missionary Life

17 May 2016

This is a good day to get a glimpse of the joys and trials of serving Christ in a cross-cultural setting. Let’s start with a bird’s-eye view, following this missionary from Uganda as he flies in Chad – Flying in Chad and Flying in Chad 2. On to Cambodia – a simple post about The […]

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Ordinary People Helping Ordinary People

19 April 2016

I thoroughly enjoyed these real, down to earth posts from missionaries all over the world. For example… Remembering Why We Dig (Kenya) The past couple of days I have been loading soil into a wheelbarrow and hauling it over to my raised beds. Not particularly difficult work, but tedious labor… School Anniversary! (Bolivia) In Bolivia, […]

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The Anti-Radiation Mysterious Mouse Evil Spirit Pad!

2 December 2015

Sorry, there was just no better title for this post, even though it’s just taken from the last link in the list. Here, take this casserole…. I’m way out of my comfort zone (Nicaragua) – cultures collide in issues of life and death. In missions, we often focus much on the term “church planting.” (Moldova) […]

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Conferences with a Purpose, Internet Ministry, and More!

25 November 2015

Taking the time to discuss cross cultural outreach in Canada at the Circle Summit And while we’re at conferences, check out 158 countries, 1200 University students and staff. The blog is from Peru, and the assembly was in Mexico. A church rebuilds – in Niger – Dirty Hands, Clean Hearts And now, let’s talk about […]

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The Colour of Urine, and Other Missionary Reflections.

19 August 2015

We continue our survey of blogs with some of the newest blogs on the block… It’s surprisingly interesting to read about Being Dehydrated in Cambodia! Transition, transition transition – it’s Our chosen reality, no matter what… (Uganda) Biscuits for the Fire Brigade? Check it out! (Australia) Cyclone! (Vanuatu) Finally, more fun pictures – Best of […]

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When Street Kids Mop Windows (and other missionary blog posts)

22 July 2015

A few more posts from missionaries around the world! We’ve been taking a tour of some of the blogs that are covered here, from the veteran bloggers to the new ones. Today we’re looking at a few blogs that have been out there for about 5 years… A glimpse of life in Tanzania – To […]

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Seeing God in the Good and the Bad…

8 July 2015

A few more posts today from around the world! Thanks for reading. When you just want to help crack that shell . . . Hatching (Thailand) All right, so it’s a little late to post this, but it’s interesting! From back in April – Happy New Year Happy New Year! (Thailand) Summer in Pakistan – […]

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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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