Missionary Blogs

  • Guest Blog: Mme Stephanie Goodrich teaches Neuroanatomy!
    Second-year students in OT and PT,  wearing their best scrubs, with Mme Stephanie Goodrich, center, and with M Emmanuel Occidor, interpreter, who is wearing a jacket: November 9, 2018. Hello! Bonjou, bonswa! My name is ... read more
    By: Donnel and Janet O’Flynn – HaitiPosted: 2018-11-18
    3 months ago
  • Guest Post: Dr. Kyle Feldman PT, DPT
    I felt like a child on the first day of school. I woke up at 5:30 am ready to go. Sadly we did not start until 8 am so I did some personal reading and ... read more
    By: Donnel and Janet O’Flynn – HaitiPosted: 2018-10-18
    4 months ago
  • Harvest, Hot Pots, and Hats, oh my!
    A month has gone by! Wow! Time really does fly when you are doing something new. To summarize in just a few short sentences, this past month has been equally challenging and rewarding. I experienced ... read more
    By: Madeline Roberts – EnglandPosted: 2018-10-15
    4 months ago
  • Home again, home again
    It’s been over a month now since I returned to the United States. I’ve been bouncing around so much, however, that it still feels somewhat unreal. When I first got back, I was asked to ... read more
    By: Ben Hansknecht – PhilippinesPosted: 2018-10-13
    4 months ago
  • What is YASC and this blog all about?
    This post was written in the circumstance that you've come across this blog and are unaware of what it is I do or what the Young Adult Service Corps (YASC for short) is or why ... read more
    By: Zach Jeffers – Hong KongPosted: 2018-10-10
    4 months ago
  • Talking at St. Luke’s Wadestown
    A few months ago my boss and Wellington Mission to Seafarers Chaplain, Lance Lukin, and I were invited to celebrate and preach (respectively) at a parish called St. Luke's in a suburb of Wellington called ... read more
    By: Zach Jeffers – Hong KongPosted: 2018-09-26
    5 months ago
  • Settling In
    I arrived in Liverpool after a long (slightly tumultuous) flight and was greeted by some rain, wind, and Rev. Malcolm! He showed me a part of the city, and after some lunch (a bowl of ... read more
    By: Madeline Roberts – EnglandPosted: 2018-09-19
    5 months ago
  • Sink or Swim
    I have always had a lot of respect for teachers. They go through a lot of training and take a lot of hours for pretty low pay.I'm starting to get why they go through all ... read more
    By: Greg Steffensen – TanzaniaPosted: 2018-08-28
    6 months ago
  • First Post from Tanzania!
    Greetings from Dodoma!Apologies for the delay in posting - I did not have proper internet access for much of the last two weeks, so this has been my first chance to load up my blog. Updates ... read more
    By: Greg Steffensen – TanzaniaPosted: 2018-08-08
    6 months ago
  • Moved by His Episcopal Christian Faith, Reverend Charles Graves IV Uses Advocacy and Service to Right the Wrong and Help Those in Need
    The following article was written by Mr. Saad Ghosn for Streetvibes, an independent newspaper in Cincinnati whose sales benefit the homeless community in the city. The article was published July 27, 2018. ** Words appearing ... read more
    By: Charles Graves – ItalyPosted: 2018-08-07
    6 months ago
  • All good things must come to an end…or should they?
    August 2, 2018 8:20 am Buenos días San José, This post is for you. Exactly 3 days until I leave you. Until I leave all the wonderful things you have offered me. My time here ... read more
    By: Aspen Gomez – Costa RicaPosted: 2018-08-02
    7 months ago
  • Ship Visitor Training and Seafarer Center Scouting in Tahiti
    A few weeks ago my boss aka the Regional Director for the Mission to Seafarers in Oceania, Lance Lukin, and I went to Tahiti to train some prospective ship visitors and begin the process of ... read more
    By: Zach Jeffers – Hong KongPosted: 2018-07-23
    7 months ago
  • Yesterday & Today
    Yesterday was any normal Friday. On Fridays Aspen and I go to the Hogar Escuela in Heredia, so we took the bus to get to the train station, and then took the train to get ... read more
    By: Eleanor Duncan Campbell – Costa RicaPosted: 2018-07-14
    7 months ago
  • A TZ Throwback Playlist
    I'm gonna make a list of songs that fulfill two criteria: a) they're songs I liked or even love the last time I was in Tanzania, at ages 12-13, and b) they speak to me ... read more
    By: Greg Steffensen – TanzaniaPosted: 2018-07-11
    7 months ago
  • “R” Rated Post
    The “R” stands for renewal, refreshment, and remembrance.  How could our four days at Holy Cross Monastery not be all the things that I just mentioned? Jim and I joined the staff of Mission ... read more
    By: Jim and Mary Higbee – TanzaniaPosted: 2018-06-26
    8 months ago