Tag Archives: Senegal

Journaling in Distant Lands: Will the Real Papis Sane Please Stand Up

This is Papis Sane… and this is Papis Sane. These guys are twins with the same name; at least at heart. Somewhere lagging but not an incredibly far distance behind getting to see our beloved family of missionaries in Senegal, I … Continue reading

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Journaling in Distant Lands; A Bowl Big Enough for All

“Grab a bite of something good,” Matt encouraged by phone during our layover in a U. S. airport, “It may be your last decent meal for a while.” Praises be he was wrong. In fact, some of the meals we … 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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Will You Pray For Me?

Prayer; It is a beautiful gift that we have been given. It is a beautiful gift that I fear is often neglected. I speak firsthand, for it is me too often neglecting it. In my lifetime, one of the most … Continue reading

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