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Nepali - western weddings some inspiration

Planning a wedding that incorporates both your cultures on the most special day of your life is really difficult.

The culture, ceremony and traditions are completely different and of course the bride’s dress couldn’t be more different! 530 more words

Intercultural Relationship

Why a Nepali bride should cry on her wedding day

**Note I am not an expert on this topic or Nepali culture. I want to know what Nepalis know about this tradition of brides on their wedding day as I do not know a lot about it. 704 more words

Intercultural Relationship

Ramblings from the Wrong Side of a Lava Flow

As a kid growing up on the north side of Chicago I never imagined my house might one day be in the path of a lava flow. 1,275 more words


Action Research: Questionnaire

In Wednesday’s lecture; The Reflective Practitioner, we learned about Action Research. We were shown a number of examples from various scholars. During the lecture I recalled a teacher training workshop on the same topic. 575 more words

Action Research

Where is Susa?

We have had a choice of Old Testament readings this week in the Lectionary readings, either Esther or Judith, (Judith is in the Apocrypha). I like both stories :-)  Judith is a tale to curl your hair, a tale not for children, but an amazing story within that culture, and telling. 87 more words

Cross Cultural

Do I celebrate Teej?

Teej is a Hindu women’s festival celebrated in Nepal and some parts of India. The origins of Teej and its real significance is a topic of debate depending on who you talk to. 1,409 more words


[Video] Tanzania Snapshots: Prosperity

Tanzania Snapshots is our educational video library, designed to provide cross-cultural perspectives for our partner churches.

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