The end of an era

The warmth of the jungle! It’s been great to be back in Nauta for the last two weeks meeting up with people and settling back into our old routine. Our first week was taken up with the training week. We have really enjoyed seeing how the students have grown over the months, gaining confidence as... Continue Reading →

Book Review: Getting Started (Amy Young)

Adjusting to a new culture is hard work; there’s the language of course but simple things like buying food aren’t easy when you can’t just walk into a supermarket to buy it. Amy Young’s new book uncovers some of the practicalities of moving overseas as mission worker. It’s a great read, recounting the events of... Continue Reading →

Changing times

It’s interesting to see the number of senior level appointments in UK mission agencies at the moment. Latin Link have recently appointed a new UK Team Leader / CEO (me); ECM closed applications last month for a new International Director, applications close tomorrow for the next BMS Director of World Mission and on 12th July... Continue Reading →

Our next steps and a new job

I’m delighted to be able to share that I have been appointed as the next CEO / Team Leader for Latin Link in the UK. If you are not familiar with Latin Link you can find out about them here but Latin Link is an international community which works in partnership with others to help mission... Continue Reading →

Review: Serving well

Planning on serving overseas as a mission worker? If you come from a ‘western’ background this is a great resource. Made up of 113 micro chapters arranged into ten chapter length groups they cover practical pointers to help you prepare, travel and thrive in a mission context. Written by Elizabeth and Jonathan Trotter, who edit... Continue Reading →

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