• Missionsblog
    May
    13

    Q&A with Tim Part 2/2: Life as a missionary in Uganda

    Last month, we posted the first part of the interview with Tim as he shared about his life serving in Uganda as a missionary through the Cornerstone Overseas Volunteer Programme (COVP). Here’s the last part of the interview as Tim shared about his own struggles on the field, his advice for long-term missionaries and what…
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    May
    06

    Q&A with Tim Part 1/2: Life as a missionary in Uganda

    Two months ago, we sent Tim through the Cornerstone Overseas Volunteer Program (COVP) to Uganda.   Though the program is met for individuals to minister overseas from 3 months to 1 year, Tim’s desire is to be a long term missionary. Recently, we connected with him and asked him to share his journey as a…
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    Apr
    27

    Never Too Late To Venture

    Have you ever flipped through the Couriers Mission guidebook and thought, “Yes, it would be great if I could be a part of this trip”? Then you start to curb your enthusiasm, or even give yourself excuses like “Oh well maybe next time,” or, “Aiyoh, who will look after my grandkids when I am not…
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    Apr
    23

    Beautiful Feet

    Cornerstone Couriers 2016 is launching this weekend in all of our Cornerstone services. Our theme this year is “Beautiful Feet”. This theme is taken from Isaiah 52:7, “How beautiful upon the mountains are the feet of him who brings good news, Who proclaims peace, Who brings glad tidings of good things, Who proclaims salvation, Who…
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    Mar
    17

    Missions at Sri Lanka

    Missions at Sri Lanka A loud “Woo-Hooooo! Woo-Hooooo! Woo-Hoooooo!” broke the strains of our melodious choir. I jumped. Whoa, what’s that? I turned toward the sound, only to find Esther on her hind legs, in upright posture right next to me, “singing” in rhythm with the girls at Shalom Home. The dog at the Home…
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