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  • Burns, car accidents, physical punishment,……..

    Posted: 20 June 2017 by Sergio and Liz ...

    On Saturday, Liz had the opportunity to speak about child protection to approximately 50 parents whose children attend a few different PEPEs in the area. This is something new to many people here, who have probably never thought about all the...

  • My Blue Sweater

    Posted: 19 June 2017 by Simon and Wendy Hall

    (Sorry, wrote this in April from Nepal, but forgot to post it ...) I wasn’t sure, how I would feel about coming back to Besi Sahar. The previous few months getting settled in the village had been a challenging time of trying to build a new...

  • Winding roads

    Posted: 17 June 2017 by Daniel and Regi...

    Winding roads figuratively, as terms draw to a close, Ana Sophia is now no longer a sixth grader (year 7 for those who do not speak American) and the Seminary terms comes to an end, the mere hurdles of exams, marking and a theological conference the...

  • What the Poor Have Taught Me?

    Posted: 15 June 2017 by Arthur and Loui...

    By Rupen Das* A 2009 study by Tomas Rees on the relationship between poverty and religiousness found that personal insecurity (due to stressful situations, such as poverty) was an important determinant of religiosity.[1] The poor tend to be...

  • And...we're back!

    Posted: 14 June 2017 by Alan and Megan ...

    It’s coming up to a year since we were last in Nepal, and that was only a quick visit to move our things from Surkhet to Pokhara in preparation for our return. That return has been a long time coming and here we are now, in Kathmandu and...

  • Tribute to Mum

    Posted: 11 June 2017 by David and Dorot...

     Dorothy’s Mum, Sadie McConkey, died peacefully on Thursday 25th May aged 97 years. This is an extract from the tribute read at her funeral on behalf of her three daughters – Joan, Helen and Dorothy. How would we, as her daughters...

  • Monsoon - almost here?

    Posted: 10 June 2017 by Cynthia and Ian...

    Last Monday I attended an interview to renew my work permit.  This is one of the last stages of the process to renew my visa.  Some of you remember that I had to return to Nepal very briefly last year in order to attend this interview....

  • Growing Around Tables

    Posted: 8 June 2017 by Claire-Lise and...

    So, six months ago, we launched our two 'TABLES', our central way of 'Being' church, around the table.   Here are some of our building blocks: - Guided by the missional acronym of T.A.B.L.E: T - Témoigner (Witness): we...

  • Getting the Trinity out of the Ivory Tower

    Posted: 8 June 2017 by Arthur and Loui...

    By Mike Kuhn Are there any “ivory tower theologians” out there? I’ve never seen an ivory tower…and I suppose that’s the point. Ivory tower theologians are presumably dealing with things nobody cares about, things that...

  • Graduates

    Posted: 8 June 2017 by Andy and Jenny ...

    When I graduated from Spurgeon’s College I was 33, it was my second degree, I’d worked as a teacher and had four years experience in full time christian work. Through the Baptist structures I had been called to serve as pastor in a...

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