Tag Archives: African missions

Going Where They Do Not Know His Name

The privilege to travel and minister to the needs of our missionaries serving in the fields of their calling is a biblical and necessary task believers should pray diligently about, and if the Lord leads, do so promptly. We call … Continue reading

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Give Me the Joy

Unfortunately, when many people think of Christianity they think of grumpy old men in three piece suits who sit around with scowls on their faces as they talk about the long list of things they don’t do because they are … Continue reading

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On Being “They” …a missionary’s perspective

They: by Matt Boyd, Missionary in Senegal When we first arrived in Senegal we had a very wise missionary colleague tell our family to beware of the word “they.” She said that it is easy to fall into the trap … Continue reading

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Sunday Afternoon in Diouloulou

It is about 4:00 in the afternoon so we realize that we need to eat with purpose so that we can get the dishes cleaned up before we leave. Our church is over a mile away and we know that … Continue reading

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