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The next morning we went to the MAF base and talked and prayed with the staff. Afterwards, we cleaned and prepared the home of the Danforths, a family that was arriving later that week. Then it was on to the Beautiful Gate, a Christian-run orphanage for children who have lost […]
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The poverty was right in front of you—people coming up to your window asking you to buy something they had made, men digging on the side of the road to find water, and children playing with nothing but a tire.
Once we arrived at the Egyabroad’s home in Maseru, the capital […]
Ashleigh Boyd, daughter of MAF-US President John Boyd, recently took part in a ministry trip to conduct VBS for the MAF family conference in South Africa, and to visit the MAF base in Lesotho. The following blog is part one in a series detailing her experiences and all that the Lord taught her during this […]
It’s so easy to get stuck, isn’t it? I was driving my motorbike up a steep dirt hill a little too slowly when my tires slid sideways into a rut and started spinning. I twisted the accelerator as hard as I could but it didn’t help—my bike was stuck. Did I mention that I was […]
As an MK or missionary, you receive a wide range of questions from “Where are you from?” to “Why don’t you work in your passport country?” For MKs with crazy, yet beautiful, lives, this first question can be hard. What is home when your heart is in so many places?
Sarah’s Dad, John (2007)
It was getting darker outside and I was starting to worry—I was supposed to be home by 6:00 for supper. We were finally ready to leave when my friend Yakobus decided to jump into the lake, and all hopes of being home on time vanished like the dryness of my clothes as the water splashed […]