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Transition: A Place to Belong

While on the mission field, it seemed like we were continually in a transition of some sort.  Moving into or out of a different house.  Developing a new ministry or leaving one.  Heading home for a furlough or coming back.  … Continue reading

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Transitions — a Jigsaw Puzzle?

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

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How One Missionary Mother Handled Transition

A few years after we started the 1st Life Impact Oasis in Sunriver, Oregon, a missionary wife and mother, Denele Ivins, came to our Oasis for a personal Retreat.  She was in a major transition from mission field back into … Continue reading

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