The article on missionary bribes was thought provoking. It is certainly worth pointing out that local advice from Christians is always worth pursuing. When I was in Tanzania the Anglican church took a stance against the giving of bribes, even those t
InterHealth is a charity committed to the health and wellbeing of those working in relief, development and mission. We are very interested in opinions and comments (the good and bad) on health and wellbeing support for mission partners across East Af
I am helping out at OSCAR, in the office, and one of my tasks here is to produce a couple of videos of some experienced mission workers which could benefit in different areas in their support, or be an encouragement or help for others.
Hi friends I have recently joined this site and have sent out some friend requests mainly to those in UK. I have a heart for S.E Asia and have worked for two years on the Thai/Burma border but find myself back In Uk after pretty devastating circumsta
Here in the UK, it's been a little bit hot and sticky and I find it much harder to function! My thoughts go out to friends called to live in countries where it's extremely hot and humid for much of the year.
One year ago today I got to witness something I thought had become impossible for me. I was once again in Korupun, Papua, Indonesia, for the dedication of the Kimyal New Testament. When post-polio syndrome (by the plan of the Lord) forced me back hom
It's always great to hear or read how God is calling people into mission in the 21st century. Please tell us your story. Did you feel called to mission at a certain moment or was it something that developed over time through various experiences?
We will be receiving a couple of new international staff on to our team next summer (and hopefully more in the future!), and are currently trying to put in place a few things to make sure we receive them well.
I am Helen Harrison and I am a post-grad student of Springdale College in Birmingham, affiliated to University of Wales. I am currently studying foran MA in Missional Leadership, and for my dissertation I am exploring the impactof short-term
I'm sure every missionary faces the challenges of helping the poor people and the Bible teaches us to have compassion on them and give generously but should we set limits? Some we help regularly now turn up on our doorstep every time they have a need