We realised we had no idea what you are supposed to do in an earthquake and so were doing what most people of our generation do, asking google.
Matt 20 Parable is about envy. What is envy and why is it so destructive?
Intercultural threshold-crossers are frequently overwhelmed by floods of difference. Language, ways of thinking, ethics, religion… it’s all paralyzingly, stupefyingly strange. Understanding our default reactions to…
My counsellor told me that I am addicted to adrenaline. Like Michael Schumacher, who retired from racing Formula 1 cars only to have a near-fatal…
Living and serving cross-culturally is very complex. Just staying afloat in-country requires a certain amount of administrative gumption. But in your administrative table of life, always keep a column for dreaming!
Openness to the unexpected is a key attitude for mission. Mission is saturated with surprise.
Our guest contributor Luke gets the conversation going on how to financially support your God-adventure.
A cross-cultural God-adventurer is like a whale. We dive deep and travel long distances, far from the eyes of our peers back home.
When we arrived overseas as newlyweds in 2007 we brought along a seriously un-spellable arthritis condition (him) & the spinal column of an 80-year-old (me)