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Community, Christmas, and Travel

13 December 2016

A great eclectic mix of posts today, as we head into the Christmas season. Let’s start with the dedication of a prenatal and family counselling centre in Chile: A Time of Dedication (Ministry Monday Series). Next, let’s do something completely different to help a community, by building a bridge. A literal bridge. Well, some figurative […]

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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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Going Deeper in Thailand

16 February 2016

Today we’re going to take some time to visit bloggers in the Kingdom of Thailand. First, one missionary family celebrates 6 years serving in the country. They take the time to look back in their post Year Six. Next, a guest post and something to think about – 7 Reasons For Christians to Retire in […]

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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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Christmas in . . .

23 December 2015

Here are some Christmas missionary blog posts for you to enjoy – not necessarily from this year, but you can check out the home pages of the blogs below to see what’s new! Celebrating Christmas in Angola Christmas In Uganda Christmas Party at the Shelter (Mexico) The Impact of Christmas (Bulgaria) CHRISTMAS in RURAL PARAGUAY […]

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Snakes, Sports, and So Much More

9 December 2015

More interesting posts from around the world to spice up your Wednesday: 3 Camps in 2 Days: So you want to visit some camps in South Sudan? Check out what’s happening in this report with pictures. The Thiessen Talk’O – September 2015: This is a long post from Mexico, but the first part caught my […]

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“Revived” Missionary Blogs

16 September 2015

Today we’re going to take a look at a few missionary blogs that were at one point removed from our list – but they’re back! Maybe! Why would a blog be removed? Maybe the owner left cross-cultural ministry, or changed the nature of their blog… but most likely they just stopped blogging for a while. […]

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Seeing God in the Good and the Bad…

8 July 2015

A few more posts today from around the world! Thanks for reading. When you just want to help crack that shell . . . Hatching (Thailand) All right, so it’s a little late to post this, but it’s interesting! From back in April – Happy New Year Happy New Year! (Thailand) Summer in Pakistan – […]

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People to pray for, things to learn about…

6 May 2015

Have you ever wondered what kinds of Bibles they have in Japan? Here’s an answer. Are you looking for someone specific to pray for in Ukraine? Why not pray for Mykola? Why not just enjoy some of the beautiful spring flowers in Hungary? Learn about a project in Honduras – Gifts for Gracias and don’t […]

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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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