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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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Thoughtful Posts about Missionary Life

22 April 2015

We’re continuing our journey from the oldest blogs out there to the newest. These are still experienced bloggers. And today they have some thoughtful things to say… A great post from Uganda: What to do when your life looks mostly like this: (well, click to find out!) Want to actually pray for people in Ukraine? […]

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Chicken Feet and Rubber Stamps.

15 April 2015

An eclectic mix of posts this time, from some bloggers who have been around for over eight years. A thought-provoking post from Thailand… How to Protect Yourself from Moral Failure on the Mission Field I’m sure a lot of missionaries can relate to this great camera illustration from Kenya… Depth of Field A little clarification […]

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Networking, Languages, and Angry Meetings!

8 April 2015

We’ve been doing a review of some of the longest running blogs, as I prepare to update the blog lists here. Now we’re moving away from the veterans, and more into the “experienced” bloggers. A little newer, but they’ve still been around a long time! Angry Meeting # … I Lost Count – a long […]

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Thinking about Careers, Cultures, and much more… (more veteran bloggers)

18 March 2015

Last week we took a look at some veteran missionary bloggers, as I go through the list to eventually update the lists on this site. Today we’re going to continue with posts from more veteran bloggers from all over the world. BAM changes hearts, even mine (Bolivia) – So which careers are the most “spiritual”? […]

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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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Looking back, looking ahead … and food.

13 January 2015

A lot of posts about the holidays were about – food! Go figure. Anyway, here are a few posts looking forward and back as we begin a new year. Too Much Sugar! (Kenya) Unsettled reflections on our Christmas-time (Japan) Imomochi recipe: a Hokkaido specialty (Japan) Life in Community: Entering the Space (Cambodia) Christmas on a […]

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Christmas in Africa

27 December 2014

A few posts from around Christmastime… Christmas Letter and Greetings … a special birth and thinking about the birth in Bethlehem. (Kenya) Goma update – December 2014 (by Jennings) … Bible translation progress. (Democratic Republic of Congo) O Come, O Come! North to Uganda … A trip to visit friends in Uganda. (Uganda/Tanzania) Separation and […]

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A Warm Christmas . . .

16 December 2014

A few posts about Christmas and Christmas activities from missionaries around the world! Christmas Time #2 – Fabric Advent Calendar (Belgium) Traditions – what do you think? Celebrating His Coming – the 4-weeks of Advent (Brazil) Celebrating in services… My First Warm Christmas (Honduras) – what a fun idea! Behold, the virgin shall conceive . […]

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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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