Category Archives: Missions

Speaking with a Perfect Accent

Following, is a tribute (and a stolen one I might add) to an amazing child of the King of kings. It is a precious privilege to call this tribute’d “friend.” These words were written, I will conjure by a near family member, … Continue reading

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730 Days in Senegal

The following article was stolen borrowed from our dear friends who are faithfully walking with Jesus in Senegal, Africa. You can read more of their life on mission at All Senegal for Christ. Two years spent in Senegal translates out … Continue reading

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We Sent Them Away. They Left. Now What?

“Why would you start a school for Chinese girls?” a friend asked. “They don’t need to be educated to get married and have children.” These were the words asked of Lottie Moon after she identified her strategy to carry the … Continue reading

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Dispatching Conversations

What is being said of Tim Keesee’s Dispatches… “Beware of Dispatches from the Front if you don’t like being moved and inspired and shaken out of the ruts of your life. These are kingdom stories that build faith in the … Continue reading

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Dispatches in a Read Manner

Crazy as it may sound to some I would much rather read than watch. What I mean to impart is a sort of ‘I prefer the book over the movie’ persuasion on my part. A very excellent set of videos available … Continue reading

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