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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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A Purposeful Meal Ticket

Conversing before BBQ in a local shanty, my friend opened his tote and withdrew notes from his studies, revealing a text of Scripture I’ve read often enough as I’m sure you have too. We would refer to it as the … Continue reading

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Making Biscuits and Saving for Missions

TC makes biscuits while Shannon feeds Possum’s new found friend a day’s loose change. It’s a new twist on Piggy Banks for Missions!

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Journaling in Distant Lands; Becoming Christian-ish

The missionary uses words that sound English enough but I’m not quite sure of their meanings. It seems one of his favorites is this ‘ish‘ type descriptive. Ish is an interesting word for by simply attaching it to the back … Continue reading

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Journaling in Distant Lands; Reminiscing Gambia

I’ve rewritten this article about a dozen times. I’m not fully confident I’m on board with this version, but at some point, just as was true in our actual journey, we have to get beyond the Gambia. It is difficult … Continue reading

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