• Cracked Pots, Broken Pots

    Cracked Pots, Broken Pots

    Frustration — so much of my time on the field is eaten up with non-core activities resulting in frustration. Many, many frustrations: large and significant, small Read More
  • Women's Mission Convention - 22/6/19

    Women's Mission Convention - 22/6/19

    'Till  the Whole World Hears'Kings Park Community Church10am - 3pmSpeakers Include:Dr Allison HowellSandra CallisterShelly MossEmily Read More
  • And Yet...

    And Yet...

    I grew up in another culture, and yet it’s still hard to step out of my comfort zone. I have moved a lot of times, Read More
  • Flourishing and Struggling in the Service of the Lord

    Flourishing and Struggling in the Service of the Lord

    In our more than sixty years of ministry, Eloise and I have experienced countless highs and lows, and encouragements and discouragements. We have seen great Read More
  • Hero

    Hero

    A person who is admired for their courage, outstanding achievements, or noble qualities. The chief male character in a book, play or film, who is Read More
  • Am I Becoming Desensitized?

    Am I Becoming Desensitized?

    Missionaries go to foreign fields to serve — but are we prepared for the fact that servants can’t choose the job they want, are often in Read More
  • A Cracked Pot in the Hands of the Potter

    A Cracked Pot in the Hands of the Potter

    In the first issue of ‘Serving Together’ for 2018, Andrew talked about one of his favourite T-shirts illustrating many different emotions — happiness, sadness, loneliness, peace, Read More
  • Missionary Unfiltered

    Missionary Unfiltered

    A year ago I decided to write a real life blog. No mask, no rose-coloured glasses, no filters, just the reality of my everyday life Read More
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Frustration — so much of my time on the field is eaten up with non-core activities resulting in frustration. Many, many frustrations: large and significant, small and irritating, physical and material, spiritual and interpersonal. Year after year they keep recurring. • Not being able to buy...
I grew up in another culture, and yet it’s still hard to step out of my comfort zone. I have moved a lot of times, and yet it’s still hard to hold things loosely. I have been ‘brave’ enough to come to another country to live, and yet I still battle fear. I love Cambodia, and yet I still get...
In our more than sixty years of ministry, Eloise and I have experienced countless highs and lows, and encouragements and discouragements. We have seen great seasons of joyfully abounding in the work, and we have faced long periods of disappointment and defeat. We have had many wonderful times of...
A person who is admired for their courage, outstanding achievements, or noble qualities. The chief male character in a book, play or film, who is typically identified with good qualities, and with whom the reader is expected to sympathise…(in mythology or folklore) a person of superhuman qualities...
Missionaries go to foreign fields to serve — but are we prepared for the fact that servants can’t choose the job they want, are often in uncomfortable situations, are often over-tired and often feel unappreciated? And emotionally…well, as a servant, you can either let yourself grow ‘numb’ or...
In the first issue of ‘Serving Together’ for 2018, Andrew talked about one of his favourite T-shirts illustrating many different emotions — happiness, sadness, loneliness, peace, frustration and the list goes on. I could wear that t-shirt, and hoped when reading Andrew’s editorial that I wouldn’t...