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Category Archives: Thriving as you Travel
Hope you are off to a good New Year in 2018 and we wish you a powerful year! Will you have visitors coming your way this next year? Or are you responsible for organizing international trips for others?
Does it seem for you, life goes out of balance quickly? I know that’s what happens to me. In my case, multi-tasking is a myth. I can focus well on only one thing at a time and if I’m motivated … Continue reading
For Americans, especially yours truly, learning another language is one of those major challenges of life you take on with zeal — at the beginning. And then after the hard work sets in to accomplish that task, you start flagging … Continue reading
For Cross-Cultural workers transitions are a continual reality of life. Sheri and I have lived in over 22 houses in our career and had many other types of transitions as well. Making many of these with five kids in tow, … Continue reading
When we head out to live in another country, we have certain perceptions of how things will go. Cultural adaptation won’t be so hard for us! Then we live there for awhile, and things sneak up on us that have … Continue reading
There are two things missionaries can’t get away from – long airplane trips and the germs those airplanes carry. Several hundred people and children climb aboard your plane — coughing, wheezing, sneezing, touching everything in sight. Is it any wonder … Continue reading
When we lived in Central Asia and had to travel 3 to 6 hours by car to make our ministry appointments, I needed to stay alert so I didn’t hit the multiple ruts, ram into a horse-drawn cart or hitchhiker, … Continue reading