Tag Archives: missions

Midwife of Borneo

Although you will not find the plan of salvation given in Midwife to Borneo, the entire book is filled with a Christian worldview and is a wonderful read.

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Praying for Your Missionary: How Prayers from Home Can Reach the Nations

Byun uses his experiences with missionary work and conversations with many missionaries to give a great overview of missionary struggles. He accurately outlines the biggest threats that missionaries face and gives sounds biblical advice on what it takes to overcome those issues.

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Across the Street and Around the World

Across the Street and Around the World by Jeannie Marie is a mission-minded, evangelical guide. Marie guides the reader through how to engage with people who are different from us and from our culturally Western, Christian perspective.

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(Book review) Congo Dawn

As an Afghanistan war veteran with linguistic skills stemming from her childhood as a missionary kid in Africa, Robin Duncan signs on with a private security company as a translator, hoping to use her pay to assist a niece with medical needs. The mission is to help local officials in the Congo combat rebels who have been attacking the mining operations of an overseas company. On the way into the country, she encounters an old friend from the war, also an MK, but whom she had lost touch with due to a misunderstanding. Michael is now a doctor with the group Doctors Without Borders, working at a newly re-established clinic in the same area as the mine.

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