Missionary Blogs

  • ¡Hasta Pronto!
    Before leaving Puerto Rico on July 31st, I said farewell to those I worked so closely with at the Diocesan office this past year. We were able to gather to share a few words over ... read more
    By: Lydia Pendleton – Puerto RicoPosted: 2019-08-08
    1 year ago
  • Sharing the latest news about Hope and Resurrection Secondary
    Suzanne Hicks and Panda speaking about Hope and Resurrection SecondaryI am excerpting some of the latest Hope for Humanity newsletter. There is good ... read more
    By: Jim and Mary Higbee – TanzaniaPosted: 2019-07-01
    1 year ago
  • Boom
    Author, anthropologist, and artist Ali Qleibo stands at Damascus Gate on the second Saturday of Ramadan, on the way to the Centre for Jerusalem Studies to begin his lecture and walking tour of the Muslim ... read more
    By: Della Wager Wells – JerusalemPosted: 2019-06-04
    1 year ago
  • Caminata Da Vida with Raymond Arrieta
    Live from Guánica, PR on Wednesday May 29th, 2019, members of the Episcopal Diocese of Puerto Rico Communications Team (including myself, Samairy Soto, and Rvdo. P. Edgar Giraldo) covered the 11th annual Caminata Da Vida ... read more
    By: Lydia Pendleton – Puerto RicoPosted: 2019-05-30
    1 year ago
  • Sad but not defeated
    I write with the shocking news that on May 26, Charles Kule Mitsagharu and Willis Binsiima, Ugandan math teachers at ... read more
    By: Jim and Mary Higbee – TanzaniaPosted: 2019-05-30
    1 year ago
  • Spring Renewal, My Renewal
    Happy belated Easter, spring, and sun! Spring has finally shown its face in Liverpool and I’ve been told many times to enjoy the sun now, because it “definitely won’t last” and to “not get my ... read more
    By: Madeline Roberts – EnglandPosted: 2019-04-30
    1 year ago
  • Holy Week, Easter, and Pascua Juvenil
    What a pleasure to be apart of Holy Week and Pascua Juvenil (Youth Easter Event) in the Episcopal Diocese of Puerto Rico. Pascua Juvenil is a four day event beginning on Maundy Thursday ending on ... read more
    By: Lydia Pendleton – Puerto RicoPosted: 2019-04-22
    1 year ago
  • March MADSness
    Lots of things have been happening since my last post. I’ve finally been allowed to lead my own tours of the cathedral to visiting students, and recently the education department has wrapped up a busy ... read more
    By: Madeline Roberts – EnglandPosted: 2019-03-27
    1 year ago
  • Our Rule of Life
    A Happy (very belated!) Christmas from the three Tsedaqah interns, Felicity, Sam, and me!This month’s blog is a little bit different from previous entries. Rather than a play by play of my going on’s for the ... read more
    By: Madeline Roberts – EnglandPosted: 2019-02-19
    2 years ago
  • AdventWord: Grow
    Originally published on The Episcopal Church's blog as part of AdventWord reflections series.The Young Adult Service Corps is giving me the opportunity to experience God in another part of his kingdom and build relationships. It ... read more
    By: Kellan Lyman – PhilippinesPosted: 2018-12-11
    2 years 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
    2 years 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
    2 years 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
    2 years 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
    2 years 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
    2 years ago