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This morning we are on our way for 9 weeks of ministry in Ghana. We’re asking that God make it fruitful. We can’t wait to see our friends there. I feel like I know a little of what Paul felt when he was away from the believers he had shared so much with. We miss our family and church here, but we are so anxious to see how those we met in… Read More

shack with bright colors and Rome Wasn't Built In A Day printed above the door.

https://dailypost.wordpress.com/dp_photo_challenge/letters/ We minister in Ghana, West Africa and drive all over the country. Everywhere we go there are small shops with unique and inventive names. Many of the names are religious, some are wildly funny, but this one stood out from the rest. I think the owner is saying, Hey, I know this is a small shop, but I’ve got a great location on a coastal road with lots of traffic. If… Read More

There’s a strange relief when you finally take off on a long trip.  I don’t mean relief that the plane took off safely, I’m talking about the absolutely wonderful feeling that whatever didn’t get done is beyond being dealt with, by me anyway, and can wait until I come home. Everything becomes like clothes in the ironing basket. Not actually forgotten, but totally ignored. We’ve traveled thousands of miles, hundreds of thousands… Read More

http://dailypost.wordpress.com/2013/10/12/daily-prompt-strange/ My husband and I are involved in ministry in Ghana West Africa. On our last trip there I blogged so that our friends at home could follow our trip. I rarely had electricity and Internet at the same time,but when I did I posted to my blog. Africa is by far the strangest and farthest place from which I’ve blogged. I blogged about our experiences traveling and ministering there. But the… Read More