Tanzania

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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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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New Year Reflections from Cameroon and Tanzania

9 January 2017

We’re going to start off 2017 with some new year’s reflections from Tanzania and Cameroon. First, two from the same blog in Cameroon. To read the post, just click the link. Have a Sober New Year: 2017 is off to an extremely sober start here in Cameroon. Our friend and brother in Christ, Nestor, the […]

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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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Meetings – Under trees, with refugees… In Japan and South Sudan…

28 June 2016

A few posts about people, meeting with people, trying to meet with people… I guess meetings aren’t all bad… Sitting Under a Tree (Tanzanaia): It was that familiar feeling of sitting under a tree wondering if anyone would come and join you… An Unusual Visit (South Sudan): On Saturday my teammate Melissa and I were […]

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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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TV Show, English Classes, and the Girl Who Was Deaf

3 May 2016

Here are some posts from some blogs that are new to me – and probably to you too! First, would you like to learn about missionaries who are translating a comic book and starting a TV show in Tanzania? Well, start with this post – Christmas! They’re a great way to serve the community in […]

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When Health Fails, Short Term Teams, and More

22 March 2016

This week’s picks – March Madness… (Mozambique) and also some time in Tanzania. Visiting Team from Denmark – how can they serve in Bolivia? Check it out. Fleeting, Time is Heart’s Beating (Mexico) A thought from a missionary who recently suffered a heart attack. Not vacation, catalyzation. (Mexico) A short term team, and thoughts on […]

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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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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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