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ADVANCING NATIVE MISSIONS

Any farmer will tell you that preparing a new field for planting is hard work. The same is true when planting the seed of the gospel in an un-reached people group. 333 more words

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Transparency Ain't Easy

It’s easy to write your heart out when everyone seems to be on your side, rooting for you, believing in you, holding you down. I noticed the transparency I preached so often about started getting watered down when I expressed a family issue on my newsletter that I genuinely needed support with. 379 more words

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Happy New Year from the City on a Hill (Hooggelegen Village, Worcester, RSA)

Hi! Happy New Year to you, dear reader.

Tony and I have now been in South Africa for two months. While it’s been very cold in Canada, it’s been hot and dry in the Western Cape – with severe water restrictions in Cape Town. 1,802 more words

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'What Is It Like?' Part 1.

Everyone wants to know what it is like on a day to day basis? What does a missionary do every day? 663 more words

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Soo....Miami?

For over a year, my dear friend Melaynie has announced her wedding with her sweatheart Sam. I remember being in her midst at Monroe College as she giggled her day away reading his text messages, and they were just friends. 543 more words

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Women for Women: Mind, Body, Spirit.

I was away from La Costa for twelve days! I missed the heat, but no cold weather could keep me away from the medical caravan my sister-friends in Quito were putting together. 315 more words

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After 9.5 months in Ecuador, Brooklyn felt my soles on it’s ground. In Bushwick, where I used to play at the pump and stay at my cousin’s home for the summer, memories of my younger days brought me a smile.

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