From the field

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    This is the final entry in our ‘Jungle Drum’ series (for now). Belinda returned to Australia in mid March 2016 – earlier than planned – due to visa issues. Please pray that she will return to her field assignment in South East Asia in God’s perfect timing.

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  • jesushas‘What sort of voice are you looking for?’ My friend asked. ‘I don’t know, it’s hard to explain. Just one that, when you hear it, you can imagine it’s Jesus speaking’. A day before the Jesus Film dubbing was scheduled to begin, we still didn’t have a voice actor for the most important role – Jesus!

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  • rubberbands‘What time did you write on the invitation?’
    ‘4pm’, I answered. ‘Better change it to 3 so that people are actually there by 4’.Read more about ‘rubber time’ and lessons learnt about a God who is not bound by space or time but who works most powerfully when we surrender our plans to Him.

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  • jd7thmThe power’s out and I’m sitting in darkness… Isn’t that just what Satan wants to do to us. Drain all the energy, light and life out of us so that we give up and resign to his defeat. But the irony is, the darker the place, the brighter the light of Christ shines through.

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  • jd6thmWhat I learnt when I ran out of petrol: I’m like a car with an empty fuel tank – weak and useless – apart from God. I need to be filled by Him each day. So that, like a car with a full tank, I can run and not grow weary towards the goal set before me: to be more like Jesus and make much of Him in this world.

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  • pupthmWhen our dog Skali wouldn’t come out from underneath the shed all day on Sunday, I assumed the worst… Instead, we had a pleasant surprise – Christmas puppies!

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  • jungledrum4For the past two weeks, I’ve been in a sort of limbo land – neither ‘here’ nor ‘there’. Somewhere in the middle. But tomorrow, ‘there’ will become ‘here’ and ‘here’ will become ‘there’ when I finally arrive in the place God called me back to this time last year.

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  • Outside-hotelthmPlane travel is a strange thing. In a matter of hours, you’re transported from one culture to a completely different one. This week I experienced three cultures in less than 48 hours.

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  • ‘Turn your eyes upon Jesus. Look full in His wonderful face. And the things of earth will grow strangely dim in the light of His glory and grace.’ The words of the old hymn are ringing true as I write this. After a weekend of goodbyes with many good friends and faithful supporters, the reality of leaving had finally begun to sink in. ‘What am I doing?’ ‘Why am I choosing to lose all these wonderful people from my life, all at once?’

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  • PlanebelindaMeet Belinda! Belinda returned to Australia in 2013 after three rewarding years in a community development project in South-East Asia. Two years later, God called her back to the same area to be part of a Bible translation team. Join her adventures over the past five months through this next Jungle Drum series.

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  • mnmlinkUPDATE 10 Dec 2015. PRAISE POINT: M & M now able to return to South East Asia! M&M and their three kids who have been serving in mainland Southeast Asia…

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