[iframe][/iframe] This post is more than a year old. It is quite possible that any links to other websites, pictures or media content will no longer be valid. Things change on the web and it is impossible for… Read More
A couple of days ago I got back from Southern Madagascar where I spent two weeks working with a translation team helping them check their translation of Luke’s Gospel for accuracy so that it can be made ready… Read More
It was strange being out of the country during the election and even stranger that there is still no clear outcome yet! Fortunately the political situation here in Madagascar remains fairly stable even though things are not resolved:… Read More
Does anyone else find newspaper headlines annoying? You would think that as well as trying to grab our attention they were also designed to give a hint about what the article actually contains. All too often, though, they… Read More
It seems that more and more people are using Twitter as a way of getting their message across (not me yet though…). When US diplomats became aware of rumours on the Internet that the deposed President of Madagascar,… Read More
Recently, I’ve posted a couple of articles on the issue of planning in Christian mission (here and here). Today brings us a concrete example of why any plans have to be held lightly. Sue was due to fly… Read More
Madagascar is renowned as ‘the country of rumours’ and rumours are certainly rife as the prolonged political crisis seems to be edging towards some sort of climax. Thousands of opposition supporters are out in the streets of the… Read More
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