Category Missions

The Itch

Exactly one week from this exact moment, I will be somewhere over the Atlantic. I have mixed emotions about this fact.  On one hand, I’m sad to be leaving Tanzania early.  The people who work for World Vision here are completely amazing.  I have felt so loved and cared for while I’ve been here, and […]

On Being Single: Part Doi (that’s 2 in Romanian)

My last post on singleness got a huge response.  A lot of great conversations happened as a result of that post, and there is so much more that could be said.  However, one of the things I’ve been thinking about recently is what I would be willing to give up (or not give up, as […]

Interesting Questions

Over the last couple of weeks, I have had several opportunities to talk about the trip to Ukraine, starting with the plane ride from Kiev to Amsterdam.  It has been really interesting to me the types of questions people have asked about the trip, about Ukraine, etc. The most common question I’ve been asked is, […]

Reverse Culture Shock

Those of you who have traveled have probably experienced reverse culture shock (RCS)–basically having to readjust to life in the US.  I had heard stories.  For example, a know a woman who was a missionary in Eastern Europe for several years (mid to late 90’s until the early 2000’s).  When she returned to the US, […]

Poor Decisions

When it comes to travel, most of my bad decisions involve food.  I really love tasting the local cuisine and will try (almost) anything once.  Ukraine was no different.  Most of what I ate was (probably) safe to eat, but somethings probably could have been left alone.  I didn’t take pictures of the real Ukrainian […]

American Missionary Remix

For those of you who have been reading this blog for the past couple of months, you may remember me posting a couple of videos from which feature Krivoy Rog.  Well, this evening, I watched a few of the episodes I hadn’t seen yet.  Having now met Gregg and having spent time with Amanda […]

One Touch

Both during the trip and in the days that have followed, I have been reflecting on a number of different aspects of my own faith, and how my beliefs apply in what seems to be a very broken world.  There are many aspects of Christianity which are easy to believe when you have lived a […]

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