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  • England

    Posted: 3 August 2017 by Becky and Dan P...

    We have been back in Nepal two days now. We had a good time in the UK this summer – as always many miles traveled, (nearly 3000 this time), lots of family and friends visited and caught up with and good English summer weather enjoyed....

  • Creating dependency?

    Posted: 2 August 2017 by Alan and Megan ...

    We have now been back in Nepal for 8 weeks and are feeling more at home again now. Life, language and culture are beginning to feel ‘normal’. The visa process is still dragging on but there is gradual progress along the various stages...

  • What next?… A year of loving an Albanian urban community

    Posted: 2 August 2017 by Annie and Dan Dupree

    Po tjetër? Simply translates as 'What next?' What have we been up to in Albania? This is one of four new videos we have produced in recent months that give a flavour of 'what's happened next' and the work we're...

  • Farewell, Blythe Spirits!

    Posted: 31 July 2017 by David and Dorot...

      Big news here – the Blythes are leaving. Stuart has accepted a new job in Nova Scotia, Canada. He will be leaving IBTSC Amsterdam to become Associate Professor in the John Gladstone Chair of Preaching and Worship at Acadia Divinity...

  • The start of our epic 3 week journey around Mozambique

    Posted: 31 July 2017 by Sergio and Liz ...

    We left Beira on Sunday 16th July and our first destination was Quelimane, 478 km from Beira. This is roughly the equivalent of London to Newcastle, which Google maps says takes approx 5 hours. We knew that we might not get there in 1 day, with 2...

  • The Waiting Game!

    Posted: 31 July 2017 by Caroline and St...

    We have now been back in the UK for just over 11 weeks!  It’s been a really special time catching up with family and friends, having some family holidays, and travelling up and down the country visiting our church partners. It’...

  • I'm an Alien everyday except on Sundays

    Posted: 30 July 2017 by Claire and Mich...

    One of the defining points in our week, whether in Birmingham or Beirut, is Sunday mornings! Both of us can quite predictably be found at church on a Sunday morning. Perhaps a bit like Starbucks, wherever we’ve been in the world and in...

  • Two homes......the sequel

    Posted: 29 July 2017 by Claire Bedford

    Dear Chad   Three months ago, I was sat in your dusty, hot, dry climes, typing a letter to the Western world.  I wasn’t sure how I was going to find it being back in my ‘other home’.   Now, I’m just...

  • This is Africa. Just roll with it...

    Posted: 29 July 2017 by Jane Edwards

    …is a phrase I have to keep telling myself here in Mozambique. Life here is very flexible and changeable, and I have to be flexible to fit in with it. This can at times be exacerbated by the fact that I don’t speak the language...

  • Reflections on Citizenship

    Posted: 27 July 2017 by Arthur and Loui...

    By Elie Haddad I am a native Lebanese citizen. I was born and raised in Lebanon. I love Lebanon, despite the insecurity, uncertainty, and corruption that characterize the country, and despite having grown up during the civil war. Lebanon has left...

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