Alison in North Africa

            I did a Gap Year in 2004/2005 and it was then that the Lord called me to this work with the peoples of North Africa. The Lord has been speaking to me a lot through Isaiah 54, of stretching out the tent pegs. I feel like He is stretching me out a lot in …

Vero – South Asia

1. What do you do before you leave the house most mornings? Most mornings I shower, have breakfast, and pray! 2. What did you eat this past Sunday? I ate McDonalds and dinner noodles! (I know. Nothing exciting!) 3. How many languages did you speak today? Which ones? English, Spanish, and a little bit of Hindi. 4. Where did you go …

A Family in the Middle East

1. What do you do before you leave the house most mornings? Husband: I wake up early (5:30, if I can), exercise, read the word, pray and sing alone, then read a Bible story with my wife and our baby girl once in Arabic and once in English, pray as a family, get dressed and head to work before 8am. …

Jon – Cambodia

1. What do you do before you leave the house most mornings? Shower, weigh myself, read bible, get dressed, check my phone. 2. What did you eat this past Sunday? Pineapple-Bacon-Jalapeno Burger. 3. How many languages did you speak today? Which ones? Two. English and Khmer. 4. Where did you go outside of your house today? Morning Star (where I teach), …

Rob – The Middle East

1. What do you do before you leave the house most mornings? I wake up and fall back asleep. I walk around yawning obnoxiously, shower, dress, brush teeth and leave. 2. What did you eat this past Sunday? I ate Simit with cheese (beyaz Peynir) and cherry juice (vişne suyu) 3. How many languages did you speak today? Which ones? …

Wendy Smiley – California

1. What do you do before you leave the house most mornings? It’s pretty much a guarantee that no matter what time I leave the house, I’ll have had a cup of very milky coffee. 2. What did you eat this past Sunday? Taze fasulye and pilav (literally: ‘fresh beans’ which are a green bean Turkish dish) 3. How many …