Missionary Talks

The podcast where missionaries share their lives and work.

Missionary Talks 78: Jim Belisle

Filed under: Information — David Peach at 3:36 pm on Saturday, September 25, 2010

Bro. Jim Belisle is a missionary evangelist. He travels to different fields helping missionaries conduct evangelistic crusades as well as teaches in Bible Institutes around the world. Bro. Jim shares with us some of the different ways he helps missionaries. He also encourages listeners to do their part is assisting missionaries in two specific ways. First he encourages the listeners to pray for their missionaries. The second thing he encourages friends and supporters back home to do is realize that missionaries have taken a financial cut recently because the US dollar is not as strong now as it had been. Without losing any support missionaries are taking a financial cut because of the weakened dollar. Continue to support and consider raising your financial commitment to your missionaries.

Please take time to visit Bro. Jim’s website and pray for him and his family as he travels.


Missionary Talks: Listener Feedback 08

Filed under: Chat,Information,Podcast,Show Notes,Talk — David Peach at 10:05 pm on Thursday, January 14, 2010

This is not a traditional feedback episode in that I am not sharing news from you for other listeners. However, I am asking for some feedback on some possible additions at Missionary Talks.

I am proposing a new show format that would be in addition to the interviews. This new format will be called Missionary Chats. The format will have me talking with a co-host. The co-host will not always be the same person. This will be a less edited conversation focusing on some particular topic.

I am looking for feedback on Missionary Chats in the following areas.

  • Would you like to be able to ask questions to previously interviewed missionaries?
  • The Missionary Talks will stay in the current format. The Chats will be in addition to, not in replacement of the Talks. Would you be interested in only one or the other? Or, would you prefer to get all the Talks and Chats in the same “feed” like you are currently getting the Missionary Talks and the Listener Feedback episodes?
  • Can you give suggestions for intro/outro music for the Chats?
  • The Chats will allow more interaction for you. Would you be interested in being able to leave a voice mail that could be played, or just be able to email questions?

Specifically I asked you to email me or go to one of the discussion threads on Facebook concerning this topic. Alternatively, you are welcome to leave a comment on this episode posting.

The Facebook Group discussion is where I originally asked the questions. I have also set up a Facebook Page that I plan to migrate more personal interaction to. If you are a Facebook user, feel free to join the Group or Page, but know that I am going to try and push people over to the Page soon.

You are always welcome to leave a comment at the Missionary Talks website at the posting for each Talk or Chat.


Missionary Talks: Listener Feedback 06

Filed under: Information,Podcast,Show Notes — David Peach 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:

My Prayer is Heard streaming radio station is playing Missionary Talks twice a day. Visit their site to get the program schedule and to hear other good programming.


Questions about furlough

Filed under: Information — David Peach at 8:44 pm on Saturday, July 5, 2008

On July 8 I will be interviewing a missionary couple who just returned to the field from a 2 month furlough. My family and I are about to leave the field for a year to take a furlough. I will be talking with this couple about why one would want to do shorter trips more often as opposed to a longer furlough.

If you have any questions, for the husband or wife, then please send me an email or leave a comment to this post.

Thank you for your prayers

Filed under: Information — David Peach at 7:24 am on Wednesday, August 22, 2007

Thank you for praying. We did have strong winds all day yesterday (Tuesday), but we never really got much rain. The storm passed below us by about 100-150 miles. As it moved across the peninsula it broke down considerably and the north side of the storm did not hold together.

Because of where the storm did enter and pass through the peninsula, there are no deaths, nor even major injuries being reported here in Mexico. There were thousands of acres of crops destroyed, but unlike people, they grow back.

God was gracious to us.

David Livingstone Full audio file

Filed under: Information — David Peach at 5:47 pm on Thursday, May 31, 2007

The audio file of the full biography of David Livingstone is now available! This special file contains just the biographical sketch of Dr. Livingstone. There are none of the additional comments at the beginning. Just the Missionary Talks intro and outro.

This is not in the podcast feed. You will need to download it directly from the website. I hope it is a blessing to you. If you have any questions or comments, please do not hesitate to contact me.

There are several ways to download the file. The most common way that should work on most computers is to right click this link and choose from your options “Save Link As…” or something similar from your choices. Then tell the computer where to save the file. If you have any problems, let me know.


Subscribe via Email

Filed under: Information — David Peach at 11:21 pm on Tuesday, May 29, 2007

If you would like to know when Missionary Talks is updated and you either don’t use a podcatcher or RSS reader,and, furthermore, have no clue as to what I am talking about, then you can subscribe via email.

You will get one email a day if there are any updates to the Missionary Talks website. This email will tell you when a new episode of Missionary Talks is available. This way you won’t miss the next interview.

Just fill in your email address to the right in the box under the words “Subscribe via Email” then hit the “Subscribe me!” button. You will be taken to another screen where you will need to provide just a bit more information. You will be instructed to check your email to confirm your subscription. After that, when there is new content at this website, you will be notified via email.  Then you can come here and listen to the latest episode.

This service is provided by FeedBlitz. They are a reputable company and you will not receive any spam because of signing up here.

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