Niger

Celebrating the Resurrection, Saving Trees, and More

20 April 2017

Recently Christians around the world had an extra-special celebration of Jesus’ resurrection (though, of course, we celebrate it all the time!). Let’s start in Niger – lots happening for these missionaries! Our Easter Celebration And now, on to Tanzania – Easter Celebrations in Kayenze. And now let’s just do some travelling to visit missionaries, with […]

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Houses, Hands, and Hope

20 September 2016

Some more interesting posts for you, from around the world! First, check this one out from Tanzania – Seasons. Preparing and Growing. Of course, as the author notes and shows by example, “You can’t actually prepare for everything.” Nope, that’s for sure! Not only can you not prepare for everything, “nothing is ever simple” – […]

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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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From Misunderstanding to Understanding

2 August 2016

Learning language – learning culture – it takes time, patience and commitment. Here’s a missionary, hard at work, who was helped by the “The Iceberg Principle” in language learning (Kenya). By the way, if you’d like a bigger graphic showing the Iceberg Principle, with an explanation, check out Growing Your Language Iceberg. Very useful! A […]

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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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Zooming in on Missionary Life

17 May 2016

This is a good day to get a glimpse of the joys and trials of serving Christ in a cross-cultural setting. Let’s start with a bird’s-eye view, following this missionary from Uganda as he flies in Chad – Flying in Chad and Flying in Chad 2. On to Cambodia – a simple post about The […]

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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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Driving and Flying In Africa

20 January 2016

I love just driving around in a new country, don’t you? That’s just one of the things you’ll get to do today if you check out these missionary blogs in Africa… A Huge Sigh of Relief – the end of two years of major road construction (Niger)! Let’s drive around and take a look… Why […]

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Conferences with a Purpose, Internet Ministry, and More!

25 November 2015

Taking the time to discuss cross cultural outreach in Canada at the Circle Summit And while we’re at conferences, check out 158 countries, 1200 University students and staff. The blog is from Peru, and the assembly was in Mexico. A church rebuilds – in Niger – Dirty Hands, Clean Hearts And now, let’s talk about […]

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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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