Haiti

Let’s Take A Walk…

15 November 2016

So let’s take a walk … in Ecuador, Haiti and Japan. First, a stroll through hurricane-hit Haiti. Looks like it will be easier to walk here than to drive – too easy to get stuck in the mud! Check out – Cory’s Agricultural hurricane observations and pictures It’s a beautiful day in Ecuador! But you […]

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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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Haiti: The Calm Before the Storm

4 October 2016

Missionaries face a lot of frustrations and conflicting feelings. That’s why I appreciated this particular post from Haiti, written in the shadow of Hurricane Matthew. Check out this post, and take the time to pray for Haiti – its people, including the people of God who are there. The night remained quiet, too quiet. Doesn’t […]

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School!

6 September 2016

For a lot of people, it’s that time of year again. New teachers, new books, new frustrations, more structure, or maybe less . . . I imagine quite a few missionaries are in situations like these ones – missionaries in Kenya, but the family isn’t all together… Paradox Staying in Kenya, it’s time for new […]

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Connections

9 August 2016

Connecting with people in isolation, people with disabilities, with missionaries, with people who don’t speak our language – these blog posts will get you thinking about how God wants us to connect with people near us and around the world. Connecting the Dots – interviews with members of a visiting team (Honduras): Allen, Trish, and […]

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Serving, Communicating, and Giving.

14 June 2016

As usual, some pretty random posts today. But there are some really fascinating ones – I’ll try to give you a bit of an introduction. Why We Travel (Senegal): missionaries supporting missionaries. Why is all this travel needed? Our new church in Chile is supporting missionaries: What else can I say? Awesome. Perspective and transformation: […]

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A Photo Caught My Eye…

15 March 2016

I haven’t done this for a while – so, it’s time! I went through some of the recent posts from missionary bloggers around the world, and found photos that caught my eye! Photos are important in posts – especially if they’re original, and not just copied (legally, hopefully!) from elsewhere. So here you go, some […]

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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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But Jesus…

5 November 2015

Here are a few recent posts from missionaries around the world for you to enjoy. Just some interesting reflections, and random updates. Reflecting & Remembering: One year ago, this month, we were still in the States on our home assignment praying about what God had next for our family. In November, we believed God was […]

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More “Revived” Blogs

1 October 2015

It’s time for a few more (possibly) revived missionary blogs (see the last post here for an explanation). Check them out – and comment! Do you ever take a break? Think about it – Holidays? (Macedonia) Birthdays – not the same in every culture! Happy Birthday to Me! (Asia) When we need something solid – […]

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