Haiti

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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Missions: Joy and Sorrow

4 March 2015

What really caught my eye was the post You’ve been a missionary for 5 years and you’re still happy?!?!. This particular missionary tries to explain joy and trials on the mission field – not an easy task! But I was thinking about the post as I read some others. Joys, sorrows . . . there’s […]

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Weddings, Protests, Business, and Fast Relationships

11 February 2015

Some very interesting posts have popped up lately! Here are some of the latest, including some insights into weddings in Pakistan and Senegal… A View Behind the Scenes (Senegal) – in the kitchen on the roof! Pakistani Weddings: A Survival Guide (Pakistan) – hint: don’t arrive “on time”. Is business really mission? Yes! (Bolivia) – […]

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Church Planting “bottle-neck”, Wresting, and More…

29 April 2014

Just a few random posts and prayer requests… I love these semi-random photos from Dakar, Senegal:  Dakar from here Some interesting insights about church planting in Training Others (Brazil) Wrestling… with life in another culture – in this case, Kenya. Small business, micro loans and projectors in Haiti A simple post, a simple prayer request […]

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Bullets, Big Rocks and – The Precious Exhauster?

2 April 2014

On wonders how some vehicles survive the journey.  Great pictures from Niger in Odds and Ends during March. Lent and the Precious Exhauster (Kenya) – hey, you’ll be thankful if the Precious Exhauster ever needs to come to your house! Big, small, medium-sized – they’re all stresses in Ukraine.  But finally this missionary has a […]

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Passing on Grace, and Insights into Culture (around the world)

4 December 2013

There are some really interesting posts for you today – including some really fascinating insights into culture. Photo courtesy of jark Let’s start in Haiti, where the love and grace is being passed on, as missionaries and people in other countries unite with local people to help those in need.  You can read about Daniel’s dream, […]

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Greeting – Travelling – Cleaning – Praying

20 June 2013

More of the challenges, sorrows, and joys of being a missionary around the world! HaitiPhoto courtesy of Ken Bosma Failed Greetings (Papua New Guinea) – Bible translation.  Who knew that a greeting could be so complicated? Grace (Costa Rica) – A huge challenge for many missionaries – just read it. Jeremie Adventure (Haiti) – beautiful! […]

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Featured Blog – Ginny in Haiti

6 May 2013

So I was thinking to myself today – wouldn’t it be neat to look around for blogs that link to Missionary-Blogs.com, and feature one once in a while? So, I looked around and found my first blog to feature!  That’s right, it’s Ginny in Haiti.  Blogging since September of 2008, Ginny has some experience behind […]

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Perception

19 March 2013

I have lots of new blog posts for you today! One thing that I like to do when I’m posting is share posts that give a little insight into what is happening in another part of the world – what is happening in other peoples’ lives.  Of course, all we really get is a glimpse.  But it’s […]

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Are we making an impact? Or are we being impacted?

5 March 2013

I hope the answer for any missionary is yes!  Here are some posts from a few of the newest blogs to be added here at Missionary-Blogs.com… 2nd House of Hope Finished! (Haiti)  It’s the simple things – like having a place to live that functions! Everyone used to call him Moncho. (Costa Rica)  Reflections on […]

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