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Reflections on Translation, and More

4 November 2017

And today, some interesting reflections on Bible translation, an obligatory Reformation post, and more! Go and visit these missionary blogs from around the world… The Unfortunate Consequences of Short-Sighted Bible Translation (Cameroon) – Some fascinating thoughts about Bible translation from a long-term point of view. Power interface (Ghana) – Why Bible translation is a key […]

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Our Treasure, and First Term Life

18 October 2017

Just two posts today from two newer missionary blogs. First, lots of work for first term missionaries preparing to serve children at risk in Mexico. Check out We are not alone. Next, these two pictures from Togo are worth a thousand words. Take time to look, and to share Our Greatest Treasure.

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Disaster

3 October 2017

This week we’re going to be looking at some posts from recent disasters. Because I’m usually writing these posts in advance, you’re not always seeing the latest news. But, of course, you can always go to the home page of the blog to see if there is more recent news. Of course I’m also limited […]

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Diving into a new Season

19 September 2017

Lots of things are “starting up” for the fall – today we’ll check some of them out! Discipleship – what a crazy idea! New Semester (Hungary) Connecting with people in many ways – Back in the Groove (Mexico) Seriously, what’s with all this teaching and discipling from the Bible? Summer Newsletter: Church Plant, Summer Camp, […]

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Celebrating, Grieving, and Moving Forward…

22 August 2017

Why are we travelling to this little village – what’s its name again? From Niger – The Most Important Visit We’ve Ever Made And in Ecuador– some statistics may be almost pointless. But maybe Some statistics define our lives. Speaking of statistics, here’s an exciting one from the villages in Cambodia: Celebrating 20 Schools! Let’s […]

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What’s New With The Veteran Bloggers?

27 June 2017

Here are a few posts from our veteran bloggers. These are bloggers who, in the case of the examples below, have been blogging for eleven years or more. Let’s start in Kenya! Where, as in all the world, Rain is pretty important. How about Japan? A reflective post about Faking it There’s quite a bit […]

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Missions, and the Unexpected

30 May 2017

I thought this post from Ghana was interesting, and inspiring. It’s great to see what God is doing, but it also makes you ask – what major areas of need are we overlooking in our own countries? The post is Anomaly. Let’s celebrate The Day of the Cyrillic Alphabet (Bulgaria)! Honestly, I just love Cyril […]

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Managing Resources

2 May 2017

Books … school … food … money. It’s easy to take things for granted when you have them. But what if you don’t? And if you do, how do you share them? Six Privileges of Living in a Wealthy Country – if you live in one, have you ever thought about these things? (Tanzania) School […]

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Six Very Random Posts from Four Countries

5 April 2017

I know, these collections of posts just get more and more unrelated. I’ll try to do a theme sometime soon. But for now, here are a bunch of totally unrelated posts, because I know there’s someone out there who will appreciate each one! There are a lot of small frustrations when you’re living in another […]

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Serving with what little you have . . .

22 February 2017

Is there some small thing we can do, one small step we can take? That has been on my mind as I read these recent missionary posts. Especially this post from Senegal, Two Coins. Speaking of missions and missionaries, A question of identity comes up in this post from Japan. A very short but challenging […]

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