Missionary Talks

The podcast where missionaries share their lives and work.

Missionary Talks: Listener Feedback 06

Filed under: Information,Podcast,Show Notes — david at 1:26 am on Friday, December 26, 2008

I share some of the emails and comments I have gotten recently from the listeners.

The interviews I talk about in this episode are:

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Missionary Talks 62: Paulo and Marilza Tavares

Filed under: Podcast,Show Notes — david at 1:26 am on Saturday, December 13, 2008

I first met Paulo and Marilza when they were raising their support to go to Tahiti, French Polynesia. However, they have been in Brazil the last 5 years. They share with us how the Lord led them from one mission field to another.

They talk about the need for workers in Brazil. Especially those who have dedicated their lives to working with children.

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Missionary Talks 61: Jason and Sarah Sykes

Filed under: Podcast,Show Notes — david at 1:19 am on Wednesday, November 26, 2008

Jason and Sarah are missionaries to Venezuela. They are currently raising support with plans to be on the field in just a couple more years. We talk about being new missionaries on deputation during a rocky economy. Jason also shares with us some of the issues with getting into Venezuela and some of their options.

You can read more about the Sykes family at their website. They also have links to some great resources for missionaries.

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Missionary Talks 60: Tim Strang

Filed under: Podcast,Show Notes — david at 2:12 am on Monday, November 17, 2008

Missionary Tim Strang grew up on the mission field in Mexico. He returned after a short time in the US and has been serving along side his family in smaller towns and villages. Tim talks about living in the smaller towns and shares some thoughts about being a missionary kid in a foreign country.

At the end he shares two testimonies that are exciting. One is about a lady who has no education, but has been used to bring her family to the Lord. The other is about a young man who had an opportunity to hear the Gospel for many years, but just didn’t “get it.” Finally after he was saved while visiting in the US, he returned to Mexico to reach his friends and family for Christ.

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Missionary Talks 59: Chris and Carol Woodley

Filed under: Podcast,Show Notes — david at 12:50 am on Saturday, November 8, 2008

It was a privilege speaking with Chris and Carol Woodley as they talked about their ministry in the Philippines. They have both a hearing church and a deaf church. They also have a school and Bible institute for the Deaf and an institute for hearing who want to study God’s Word.

They share with us their passion to read and study the Bible. They are very encouraging to young people to study God’s Word. Whether you feel called to be a missionary or not, reading and studying the Bible is very important.

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Missionary Talks 58: Jonathan Anderson

Filed under: Podcast,Show Notes — david at 9:51 pm on Thursday, October 30, 2008

Listen as Jonathan Anderson tells about his experiences since he started deputation to go to the country of Mexico just a few months ago. Jonathan is a young man who is passionate about helping people know God’s will and sharing with them how they can prepare themselves for the ministry.

After Jonathan and I finished recording he began to talk about another ministry in which he is involved. He heads up prayer groups which pray for missions and missionaries on a regular basis. Please visit Jonathan’s website to learn more about how you can be involved in prayer for missions.

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Missionary Talks 57: Bethany Thompson

Filed under: Podcast,Show Notes — david at 9:47 pm on Wednesday, September 24, 2008

Bethany Thompson is a missionary whom I met when I was still in college. We both worked in the deaf ministry at the church that we attended. She was very involved and was always focused on the goal of serving the Lord on the mission field. It was an honor to be able to speak with her for this interview.

In this episode Bethany shares with the listeners her desires as an educator and deaf worker. She encourages the listeners to spend as much time as possible learning about the field to which you will be ministering. Bethany also emphasizes the need of missionaries to continue their language studies if they are ministering in a new language. She does not do this in a way to discourage those who are struggling with language, but tries to be an encouragement that it is a life-time process to learn a foreign language.

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