Guatemala

A Love Story, A Murder Story, A House Story, and an Intelligence Test . . .

2 December 2014

First, A Love Story our of Guatemala. Next, how can you skip a post entitled,“You Can’t Baptize that Man!”, coming to you from Ecuador. The house story?  This post from Kenya, some fabulous photos of Home Improvement! Last but not least, some thoughts on school and ministry in Uganda and a test for you to […]

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Don’t Just Read…

14 August 2013

Some very interesting posts for you to enjoy today.  And remember – you can be involved!  You can pray!  You can leave comments at the various blogs!  You can even contact many of these missionaries through their blogs and see what you can do to help. Don’t just be a reader – be a doer! […]

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Scripture Passages from Missionaries

21 January 2013

Today I was looking at some of the scriptures that missionary bloggers shared with us back in 2006.  So today I thought I would browse and see some of the passages that missionaries are talking about today. For example, at The Ransom Note in the Philippines, Psalm 101:1-8 is a favourite. At the blog Always […]

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A Missionary Christmas

26 December 2012

I came across these posts that have something to do with Christmas.  Here’s what some of our friends are up to: Sing some carols, eat some frog… It’s beginning to look a lot like… (Thailand) Remember, in some parts of the world, it’s just about SUMMER!  Cooling Off in the Shade (Peru) Now this looks […]

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Remembering Nanay Linda – Remembering Sandra

7 August 2012

Death is a reality, but it’s a reality whose end is near.  Though missionaries fight death with life, they also realize that Jesus is the one who has ultimately beaten death. Today I’d like to point you to a couple of simple posts about those who have died. First, with some thoughts on loneliness on […]

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A few new posts, a bit of clean-up

16 June 2012

If I clean up a page here at Missionary-Blogs.com, the next day it will be out of date.  That’s just the way it is, when you’re watching so many blogs. However, I continue to update things little by little.  You’ll notice that all four blog lists are in much better shape than they’ve been in […]

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Children.

26 March 2011

Stories about them, pictures of them, how they live, what they need – these posts all have at least something to do with children… Two new little lovebugs! (South Africa) Equipo San Andrés es lo mejor! (Guatemala) Even if My Father and Mother Abandon Me . . . (Philippines) Plan B: punt (Ukraine) Precious Children […]

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Nueva Jerusalen La Laguna (Guatemala)

19 February 2011

What, you’ve never been to Nueva Jerusalen La Laguna?  Well, now’s your chance! The pictures and the story will give you a feel for this family’s visit.  The village is K’ekchi’ – (Q’eqchi’) – a people group numbering about 400,000 in Guatemala. Thursday night we were invited to the village of Nueva Jerusalen La Laguna […]

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Recent and Random: Taxi Drivers, Students, and La Lucha

11 December 2010

Here are just a few recent interesting posts from around the world… Christ School Stories (Uganda):  The stories of a couple of students. Am I a Cool Christian? (Philippines):  On being a cool blogger, a cool church, and a cool Christian. nou la (Haiti):  "We’re here. We’re watching the place we love fall into further […]

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So hard… but so rewarding!

13 September 2010

Yes, it’s often the theme of missionary blog posts.  And yet, it really can’t be explained in a post.  The challenges that missionaries face – how "simple" tasks around the house can sometimes cause so much discouragement – the heart-rending challenges in relationships – crying with those who cry – the silent discouragement that comes […]

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