Tag Archives: personal development

2 Years Away from Blogging…Meanwhile Missionaries Seek Fulfillment

December 5, 2015


It’s been more than two years since I left the blogging platform due to many changes personally and professionally. While I’ve been doing life, missionaries have continued their course of reaching missionary fulfillment: they still seek personal fulfillment in their walks with God they still seek ministry fulfillment in their sense of call they still […]

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Thanksgiving Reflection: A Late Bloomer AKA Flowering at the Right Time

November 26, 2013


With Thanksgiving upon us, I’m reflecting on the Year 2013. I read through Paul’s words in 2 Corinthians 6:3-10 this morning, and my words are inspired by his words, whose words were inspired by God. And so my words are a reflection of God’s own words – he speaking over me, about me, and I […]

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Missionary Expectations: Expect Transformation

September 30, 2013


In missions, not too much is certain. You don’t know what God is going to do in your ministry. Your sense of call may change. Your team or location may be different within a year or two. You might be expecting to go for five or more years but in the end you may not […]

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Calling All Christians for One Christian Calling: Siblings for Christ

April 18, 2013


telephone, AT & T

Christians talk about hearing the call of God on their lives. There is the missionary call, the call to ministry, a call to stay at home, a call to a profession. The longer I live and the more I read Scripture the clearer it is to me that God gives every Christian one call – […]

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10 Things I Loved About Urbana 2012

January 9, 2013


My second Urbana experience reminds me of Jesus’ words that are recorded in John 5:17 that “my Father is always at his work to this very day” (NIV). ┬áHere are ten things that I loved about Urbana 2012 that took place at the America’s Center Edward Jones Dome in St. Louis, Missouri, between Christmas and […]

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