Tag: Transitions

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End of an Era?

Welcoming a new reality even when it is at odds with the stories we have come to believe about China and about ourselves.

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Reflections on Returning “Home”

As I reflect on the past year and a half, I thank the Lord for his kindness, faithfulness, and wisdom. It makes me worship him more fully. I need him. We need him. He gives us eternal hope.

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Mushi, Muksi and Me

Life after China, or how I became the pastor of a Chinese church in Tucson.

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Off We Go

A Book Review

A resource to help you and your family say “Off we go!” with more confidence and connectedness.

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So, Are You Ready? Again?

We’ve heard from those who had to leave China and have continued their journeys. Is there anything we can take with us for the journeys we are on?

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Returning Home-side

The Path Unintended

Today I can whole-heartedly say that whatever seeds, words, or love I gave in China are not wasted.

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In a New Home in Asia

Hearing from those who are in new places and new ministries in Asia.

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Dangers, Pitfalls, Connection, and Hope During Transition

This is not where you want to be. This is not where you thought you’d be. This was not your plan.

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Grief—What about the Kids?

What impact does it have on a child who suddenly needs to leave the country that has been home?

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Sometimes It’s the Little Things

The Importance of Grieving Well

These triggers—things that pop up suddenly and unexpectedly in the midst of life today but that take you back to then and there—are perfect examples of how grief triggers work.