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In the midst of so much out of your control, how can you deal with so many possibilities? The very nature of your life in cross-cultural service involves an ability to recalculate. What helps at times of changes is the spiritual practice of noticing God’s presence. By: Amy Young

AUTHOR(s): Young, Amy
SOURCE: Global Trellis

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“Jesus looked up in the tree and said, ‘Zacchaeus, you come down . . . and I’ll give you a Snicker bar.'” -ME: circa 1976   Mary Musgrave loved that story. Not the Zacc…

AUTHOR(s): Jones, Jerry
SOURCE: The Culture Blend

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When a new missionary first gets to the mission field, it is obvious where home is. It is that place where you just left. It is the place where you grew up, went to school, got an education, discovered a church family, and formed your most important relationships. But when you live overseas long enough, a strange transition takes place.

AUTHOR(s): Dahlfred, Karl
SOURCE: www.dahlfred.com

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AUTHOR(s): Kuja, Ryan
SOURCE: a life overseas: the missions conversation

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A recent discussion with other member care workers, followed by a discussion with some prospective mission workers who plan to take early retirement and go abroad leaving behind their grown up children, prompts me to draw attention to the plight of YANGs – Young Adults Not Going. By: Tim Herbert

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