Papua New Guinea

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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Working Together, Frustration, and Hard Days

13 June 2017

I know, I keep trying to think of a good title to pull together all of the themes, but I just really want to share the posts below, and they’re just really not related. So here’s what we’ve got today: Let’s start with the “working together” part. It’s always great to see people Equipping Harvest […]

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The Anti-Radiation Mysterious Mouse Evil Spirit Pad!

2 December 2015

Sorry, there was just no better title for this post, even though it’s just taken from the last link in the list. Here, take this casserole…. I’m way out of my comfort zone (Nicaragua) – cultures collide in issues of life and death. In missions, we often focus much on the term “church planting.” (Moldova) […]

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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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Is Justice Possible?

27 May 2015

What if you had to choose a name for a new baby girl in Mozambique? And what if there was a special cultural tradition about naming babies? What would you choose? To find out what this missionary chose, read What’s in a name? Why fly from Uganda to Nepal? I live in Guatemala, and this […]

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Blogging for over 10 Years!

11 March 2015

I’m going to be updating the blog lists on this site, so I’m starting with the veteran bloggers again. Here are some of the most recent posts from the bloggers who have been around the longest – in this case, over ten years! It’s great to visit some old friends! Something Worth Living For (Mexico) […]

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From our “Veteran” Bloggers

31 December 2014

It’s been almost a year since we focused on our veteran missionary bloggers! They’re not “old”, they’ve just been blogging for a long time. So today we take a look at what they’ve been posting lately… This post starts out by saying,“According to Operation World, in Thailand there are more people enslaved by the sex […]

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Uganda, Mexico, Bolivia, Papua New Guinea, and South Sudan

24 September 2014

I really enjoyed these recent posts from around the world, and I hope you will too.  Struggles, wondering if work is continuing without you, wondering if it’s worth it … and some stories of visiting interesting places … and trying to get back home! Island Ministry (Uganda):  I had the opportunity to minister with a […]

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Greeting – Travelling – Cleaning – Praying

20 June 2013

More of the challenges, sorrows, and joys of being a missionary around the world! HaitiPhoto courtesy of Ken Bosma Failed Greetings (Papua New Guinea) – Bible translation.  Who knew that a greeting could be so complicated? Grace (Costa Rica) – A huge challenge for many missionaries – just read it. Jeremie Adventure (Haiti) – beautiful! […]

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More New Blogs!

7 June 2013

There are even more new blogs here now – and here are a few recent posts for you to enjoy… A Double Espresso for My Heart:  You mean long term missionaries still struggle with heart issues?  (Philippines) 14 New Believers:  Were you looking for better news?  (Papua New Guinea) Another Day in Bangkok:  Another “good” […]

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