It’s Ok to Say I Don’t Know

The following is a journal entry from my time serving in Africa as a missionary. It recounts a particular instance several years ago when I was teaching a new believer to read, so he could study his Bible. Have you ever noticed the similarities between a lower case “r” and  “s”? Or for that matter, […]

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Taking the Cheap Seats

The following is a journal entry from my time serving in Africa as a missionary. It remembers a lesson I received from attending a celebration hosted by a Muslim family. One of the neatest aspects of my time here in Africa is watching the bible come to life. The culture and way of life here […]

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Discouragement: The Hidden Reality of Life on the Field

  This post is provided by T Welch, a student at Southeastern. Check his blog, Adventures in Africa On Saturday, April 5th I hit a wall of discouragement. Wave upon wave of discouragement were crashing around me. As water crashes against the shore so discouragement was crashing against my soul. I wanted to curl up […]

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Sudan Mission Trip: October 2014

  Empower Sudan seeks to reach the 20 million Sudanese and South Sudanese who have never heard Jesus’ name by empowering local leaders who make disciples of Jesus Christ who know how to start churches that transform communities. Southeastern is proud to support this Great Commission effort by sending our students next fall! Come by […]

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