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Internet Access in Kenya

After 3 flights spanning 21 hours and a 3 hour drive Jennifer and I arrived in Nakuru, Kenya.  I’m going to blog about the technology aspects of our trip here on Christian Web Trends.  If you’re interested in personal and ministry aspects of the trip you can read about that on my personal blog, LiveIntentionally.org. […]

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The Internet is a True Blessing for us!

The following is a guest post by Molly Bail, co-founder of Springs of Hope Kenya. The Internet has been such an awesome blessing to us, and the people we serve in Kenya. I really do not know how missionaries managed without the ability to access and friends, family and supporters and let them know what […]

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Wanted: Guest Bloggers to Write About Missions & The Internet

Wanted: Guest Bloggers to Write About Missions & The Internet

I remember as a kid praying in our evening prayers for the Raths and Millie’s, two missionary families. Back then we almost never knew how they were doing or what life was like on a day-to-day basis. The Internet has changed all that. We’re looking for people to guest blog about how the Internet has impacted their short or long-term missions work, and we look back at some guest posts from last year.

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Blogs for Missions

Guest blogger and former (and future) missionary John Fraser writes about how blogging helped him keep in touch with family, friends and supporters while serving in Hungary.

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