Japan

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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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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“Home” Assignment, Unsung Heroes, and … Long Johns?

9 February 2016

Everyone loves infographics, right? Well, here’s one to help you pray – The Current State of Missions in Japan Next, some great pictures of some heroes of the missionary world – The Unsung Heroes of MAF — Engineers (Uganda) One missionary’s experience of “home assignment” (or “furlough”) may be extreme in some ways, but then […]

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Snakes, Sports, and So Much More

9 December 2015

More interesting posts from around the world to spice up your Wednesday: 3 Camps in 2 Days: So you want to visit some camps in South Sudan? Check out what’s happening in this report with pictures. The Thiessen Talk’O – September 2015: This is a long post from Mexico, but the first part caught my […]

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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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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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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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People to pray for, things to learn about…

6 May 2015

Have you ever wondered what kinds of Bibles they have in Japan? Here’s an answer. Are you looking for someone specific to pray for in Ukraine? Why not pray for Mykola? Why not just enjoy some of the beautiful spring flowers in Hungary? Learn about a project in Honduras – Gifts for Gracias and don’t […]

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Blogging for 8 Years

29 April 2015

Not too much comment today – I just want to share with you a few interesting posts that I’ve come across as I’ve been working to update the master list of blogs. These bloggers have been faithfully sharing about God’s work for about eight years! So come with me to visit a park in Russia, […]

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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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