Rwanda

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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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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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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Changes, moves, and transitions…

19 February 2015

Lots of variety, as usual, and lots to think about – and pray about! BIG changes ahead (Senegal): One missionary couple struggles with a big decision. Please Try Again Later… (Philippines): So what happens when the missionaries need to move to make room for the tourists? Respect (Hungary): I kiss your hand… To Camp or […]

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Bilimeters and Sinverguenzas

19 November 2014

It’s amazing what little bits of technology can do, if you have access to them.  Take for example the famed Bilimeter (Rwanda)! Sometimes tearing down the walls is not a good thing.  Take a look at the opposition this project has had… Save the Date! (Democratic Republic of Congo) Oh yeah, things are different here.  Good? […]

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Less-mentioned countries (J-R)

10 January 2014

It’s time for the third post in the series of less-mentioned countries here at Missionary Blog Watch.  Here are some recent posts from countries we don’t often talk about here: Let’s start in Jamaica!  Check out this post about starting older children’s Sunday School class, and with pictures and video! And from Liberia, a post about […]

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Passing on Grace, and Insights into Culture (around the world)

4 December 2013

There are some really interesting posts for you today – including some really fascinating insights into culture. Photo courtesy of jark Let’s start in Haiti, where the love and grace is being passed on, as missionaries and people in other countries unite with local people to help those in need.  You can read about Daniel’s dream, […]

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More from Missionaries in Africa

23 August 2012

I was just updating our Christian missionaries to Africa page, so I decided it would be a good time to share some posts from some of our featured bloggers from the continent… Some thoughts on life in Senegal, and how things have changed… Don’t miss this one.  "People don’t want to be missionaries to places […]

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News from the Veterans

5 December 2011

I’m working my way through the blog lists and cleaning them up.  Currently, I’m looking at the veteran bloggers – and I’ve come across some interesting posts. First, be sure to check out these bloggers who are leaving the field (though not leaving ministry).  There’s a lot of great stuff on their blogs, so head […]

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