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Do you miss home?

“This is the beauty and the tragedy of being a missionary in a foreign land. We are connected to many places deeply but belong to nowhere fully,” shares Ivy. “I will miss home wherever I go and I will create a new home wherever I move. I am adopting cultures and creating a third culture of my own.”

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Photo collage

Photo collage of 'home' for blog post. Photo of Logos Hope by Beth. Photos of Lake T and Taipei by Ivy.

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Serving where God wants

Even though she didn’t want to go to Africa in the beginning, Abbie believes God prepared her for it and reflects on her experiences.

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The miracle of sight

Rachel's personal transformation through Jesus inspires her to serve the women in her community.

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Let us go around the walls again

“When I read the Bible, I sometimes even pretend that I am interviewing the characters. This helps me find new insights in the scripture. Recently I came across the story of the wall of Jericho. As I acted out the scene in my brain, I imagined it in a gaming style,” says Ivy.

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Rachel from Tabitha

Rachel is a woman in Zambia who has been impacted by Tabitha.

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Travelling at the Lake

Lake Tanganyika missionaries travelling on a boat to different villages.

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Kingdom Kids Teacher

Teaching MKs, children, Africa

Kingdom Kids is a morning programme for local children.  The children range in age from 2.5 - 5 years.  Some children are MKs and others are from local farms.

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We are not a travel agency

“…to many host ministries, short-term outreaches can be a blessing or a curse,” shares OMer Ivy. “Here I would like to share some tips that help me feel less like a tour guide and more like I’m helping facilitate an exposure trip for the Kingdom.”

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Building on

From doing their lessons on the ground to learning at desks in classrooms, the students at Makwati Community School have come a long way.

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