Uganda

Rejoice!

13 November 2017

I know I posted about Bible translation last week — but hey, it’s hard to get very far if you can’t even hear God’s Word in a language you can understand! So here it is — a post from just a few days ago in Democratic Republic of Congo: Tembo New Testament received with much […]

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Different Kinds of Blessings on the Mission Field

8 August 2017

Cameroon: Why I’m in the Middle of the Rain Forest – Every once in a while it’s good to ask the simple questions. Papua New Guinea: Brought Back In – “church discipline”. Doesn’t sound like much of a blessing. But – maybe… Kenya: Eat this book – How God can use books in unexpected ways! […]

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The Basics, and Learning to Trust

11 July 2017

It’s the basics that are important. Sharing the gospel, baptizing, teaching people to obey Christ. So it’s good to see it happening, for example, in Australia: Dear Praying Friends… And there are many special ways to serve – for example, this is a little late, but Happy Mother’s Day! (Uganda) And while we’re in Africa, […]

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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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So Many Ways to Help…

16 May 2017

It was an inspiration reading missionary blogs today, and seeing how God uses people to help others, and how God works in people’s lives. Think about something simple, like this woman who had a dream that God multiplied: A dream come true (Uganda). And while we’re in the medical field, here are some very personal […]

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Encouraging Posts from Africa, Europe, and South America

13 September 2016

One little brick building. Could it have a hand in reaching 10,000 people with the gospel? Or more? Work on Bible School continues… (Malawi). It’s always nice to get a bit of encouraging feedback, isn’t it? Here’s a little bit of confirmation – Connect 2016!! (Belgium). This is just a really neat post from Chile, […]

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Missionary News from Several Continents

7 June 2016

Some common (and heart-felt) missionary dilemmas in Returning Home? Or Leaving Our Home? (Chile) A unique post – not from the missionary blogger, but an El Salvadoran national – and worth a read. A Salvadoran Perspective on the Violence And now, a look at nature from South Africa – who knew there were Antlions? Sharing […]

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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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Observations & Reflections from the Mission Field

2 February 2016

Just a few recent posts from around the world… Why Go To Another Country? (Chile) “Why are you in Chile?” That’s a question we have received way more times that we can recall. The question is a real door opener… Observations and Perspectives… (Angola) Following are “brief” summaries of some personal vacation conversations with our […]

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