Tag Archives: Africa

Journaling in Distant Lands; Idle Idols

While preparing for a Sunday School lesson my thoughts return to the distant land where I hear my friend advise, “Be cautious how you judge what you see and hear while in this country. Journal what you see and reflect … Continue reading

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Journaling in Distant Lands; Comparing the Fields

In a time what seems long, long ago now, I found myself reaping the painful wages of a life of sin. During a counseling session, one of the only things I recall from them, the instructor challenged an answer from … Continue reading

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I Can’t Just Go On Eating Dinner

This excerpt is from an article written by Matt Boyd, our Brother and friend serving in Senegal, Africa. You can read the entire post and learn more of his ministry at All Senegal for Christ. I recently attended the CRAF Conference in … Continue reading

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Journaling in Distant Lands; Chicken Nests

There is a great relief in knowing the answer to the why question. All of the other answers can wait as long as why is known. We know why we have spent months preparing for this journey to Senegal. Surely … Continue reading

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Journaling in Distant Lands; An Intro of Sorts

“Welcome to Dakar! We’re so glad you are here! Can I be of any assistance in your working your way through our user-friendly Customs agency? Isn’t our easily followed signage impressive? Would you care for a cup of coffee while … Continue reading

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