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17 Oct 17
by
Rebe McReynolds
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Adoany Madagascar Reflection

Finding Rest

“When the Lord gives us a clear path, then the conflict in my heart will cease.” This is often how we think. The problem is, it's not true.

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21 Sep 17
by
Jay E.
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Berlin SE Germany Reflection

Thankfulness in Full

If our friend has taught us anything, it is that “abounding in thanksgiving” swallows up all that we have lost or left behind.

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14 Sep 17
by
Brian Deringer

Pilgrim or Fugitive?

"To many, doing global missions means merely visiting. However, incarnational ministry is a journey to the heart."

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05 Sep 17
by
Dal Stanton
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Bulgaria Reflection Sofia

Seeing Them as Daughters

Do we see women who are caught in human trafficking the way Jesus does?

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17 Aug 17
by
Michael Oh

The Danger of "Fruitfulness" Without Purity

Winning or losing heart battles over confession, repentance, and humility is the difference between those who end well and those who don't.

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20 Jun 17
by
Lloyd Kim

Welcoming My Immigrant Family

MTW Coordinator Lloyd Kim is often asked how he got the name Lloyd. The answer lies in the couple who welcomed his Korean family to the U.S.

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08 Jun 17
by
Eowyn Stoddard

15 Ways to Lead Like Jesus

Are we getting more of our leadership paradigms from a business world model than from Jesus whom we proclaim?

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30 May 17
by
Lloyd Kim

Giving Doesn't Come Naturally

For most people, giving isn’t easy. In fact, it’s difficult. That’s because giving isn’t natural. It’s a gift.

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15 May 17
by
Richard*
in
Muslim Ministry Reflection

Do You See It? Learning to See Across Cultures

It is one thing to look at a situation, but it is quite another to see with understanding. This is the missionary’s dilemma.

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02 May 17
by
Erin Pettengill
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Bata Equatorial Guinea Reflection

Being the White Minority

Being one of only 10 white people in her city, one missionary is learning to identify with the sojourner, and God's heart toward them.

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