Calling New Missionaries

It is time for a new wave of evangelical missionaries to crest the shores of Sub-Saharan Africa. This is a massively underrepresented region in the missions world and is urgently in the need of the Gospel. Mission to the World (MTW) has only 35 fulltime adult missionaries serving in Sub-Saharan Africa which boasts a population of […]

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Don’t Be A Missionary Tourist, Be A Missionary

Before we get into discussing the pitfalls of being a missionary tourist, it is important we first attempt to define what is missionary tourist. However, being a missionary tourist is hard to describe by actions, as it is a condition of the heart. It is the purpose or the intent of a missionary which defines […]

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What’s The Weather Like?

Weather is a frequent conversation starter around the world. Most people, no matter where they live, love to talk about the weather. Being only 2 degrees above the equator, Equatorial Guinea experiences some interesting weather. Mike loves weather and loves numbers, so before we came to Equatorial Guinea we purchased the AcuRite Weather Station. It calculates […]

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Election Weekend

On Sunday, April 24th Equatorial Guinea holds its Presidential elections. The election activity around town has been increasing the past two weeks. Campaigning was legally allowed to start on April 8th and were required to conclude by April 22nd. It has been interesting and educational to watch. Teodoro Obiang Nguema Mbasogo, 73, is the second President of Equatorial Guinea. He […]

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Taking A Taxi

Taking a taxi is just a little different in every country in which we’ve lived. In the 175,000 person city of Bata, Equatorial Guinea taxis are the primary mode of transportation. First off, you have to be on the correct side of the road. If the direction you want to go is the opposite direction […]

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