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Missionary Blogs

  • Going on, or going back? Part One
    The relief of having the hurricane behind us is a wonderful thing.  Now we can pay attention to what is really important:  the students, and the opening of the school year! Second and third-year students… ... read more
    By: Donnel and Janet O’Flynn – HaitiPosted: 2017-09-09
    2 weeks ago
  • Going on, or going back? Part Two
    I have been doing a LOT of thinking in the last week, since arriving back at my post in Léogâne. I will lay it out there, so that you can all do a lot of… ... read more
    By: Donnel and Janet O’Flynn – HaitiPosted: 2017-09-09
    2 weeks ago
  • Rice for the World
    Last post, we learned how rice cultivation is the #1 culprit of greenhouse gas emissions in the agriculture sector. But there is hope for a solution! Alternate Wetting and Drying (AWD) -- it’s an irrigation… ... read more
    By: Kellan Lyman – PhilippinesPosted: 2017-08-09
    1 month ago
  • 終わりました (Finished)
    Guide us waking, O Lord, and guard us sleeping; that awake we may watch with Christ, and asleep we may rest in peace. Tomorrow, July 31st, will be my last day here at the Kobe Mariners' Centre. It… ... read more
    By: James Rose – JapanPosted: 2017-07-30
    2 months ago
  • Climate Change for an Island Nation
    In 2012, Philippines was ranked the most vulnerable country in the world to climate change by a German organization. In 2013, we fell to #5, but take a look at the list here and think:… ... read more
    By: Kellan Lyman – PhilippinesPosted: 2017-07-26
    2 months ago
  • Sea Sunday
    Every year on the second Sunday of July, churches give thanks to seafarers and those who minister to them on what is called Sea Sunday. For the past few years one of the local Christian… ... read more
    By: Zach Jeffers – Hong KongPosted: 2017-07-12
    2 months ago
  • Conclusions
    Haiti Fact #16:The United Nations Stabilization Mission in Haiti (MINUSTAH) will withdraw its peacekeeping troops in October 2017 after thirteen years in Haiti.  The withdrawal comes after a successful presidential election, demonstrating a departure from… ... read more
    By: Mitch Honan – HaitiPosted: 2017-06-27
    3 months ago
  • chinese medicine
    I've been having some rugby related aches and pains and decided to go to a Chinese Medicine Doctor (who is also my teammate). I have to say there are good reasons why acupuncture and cupping… ... read more
    By: Adrienne Davis – Hong KongPosted: 2017-06-19
    3 months ago
  • Hula Hoop Prayers
     One of the parts about traveling and living in other places that I love most is that it always seems to tap into my spiritual self.  I am forced to completely trust and rely upon… ... read more
    By: Jourdan Johnson – BrazilPosted: 2017-05-31
    4 months ago
  • The end of one chapter and the beginning of another
    Dear friends,As I round the corner marking my final month of service in the Holy City of Jerusalem with the Episcopal Diocese of Jerusalem, I reflect on my ministry here over the last eight months… ... read more
    By: Jack Karn – JerusalemPosted: 2017-05-27
    4 months ago
  • USA to South Africa: February 16-17
    After saying emotional goodbyes, to my girlfriend, family, and friends, I was on my way to South Africa. After checking in my two suitcases (one big and one small), I took my book bag and… ... read more
    By: Charles Merchant – South AfricaPosted: 2017-05-26
    4 months ago
  • Light Night
    I thought I should update you all on some of my activities here in Liverpool. Last Friday I helped the cathedral celebrate LightNight which is a one-night free arts and culture celebration across the city. Venues take… ... read more
    By: Kate Jewett-Williams – Liverpool, EnglandPosted: 2017-05-24
    4 months ago
  • 8 months (yesterday) t-minus 3 months 27 days(ish)
    You know the parable of the two sons, and the one son says he’s not going to help his father in the field but then does, and the other son says he will but doesn’t… ... read more
    By: Lexy Fields – Costa RicaPosted: 2017-05-21
    4 months ago
  • Cange
    Haiti Fact #15:Cap-Haitien has lots of marching bands (ra-ra in Creole).  One will march by once or twice each month.  They like to play “Stand By Me.”From April 23-29, Eli and I were in Cange,… ... read more
    By: Mitch Honan – HaitiPosted: 2017-05-18
    4 months ago
  • Good News at a Bad Time
    Because of the unforeseen circumstance of my grandmother’s passing, this announcement has been expedited and is happening a little differently than I would have liked.  But oh well I guess that is how life goes,… ... read more
    By: Emily Kirk – Liverpool, EnglandPosted: 2017-05-16
    4 months ago

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