Tag Archives: Missionaries

Dependent Adult

Recently I read a great blog that articulates many of our feelings. From our human, standpoint it doesn’t make sense to work (and work hard) and not receive a fixed, predictable salary. Instead we ask and we ask for a … Continue reading

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Missionaries Smell Funny

This weekend I finished reading a book that was just recently released by a missionary serving in Papa New Guinea. I was first introduced to Chad Owens in 2008 when I was doing research on what it would look like … Continue reading

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Working with others

David and I both try to post things that are learning experiences or things we struggle with packaged in humor because we would rather laugh than cry.  Lately, I have been crying rather than laughing.  I’ve heard many times that … Continue reading

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Whiskey Bottles

In case you see pictures or hear about all these missionaries with whiskey bottles in their homes, I thought I would share about them. On any given day, you could find a whiskey bottle in our home. Why? Because NOTHING … Continue reading

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