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My First Evening In Africa

Posted by Owen Fuller on January 26, 2011 in culture, DRC Trip 2011 |
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It was dark as I stepped off the plane onto the towering staircase that had been rolled up to the plane.  Nearing 8 PM, it was already dark, and snowflakes floated in the air above the tarmac.  The blast of warm, humid air on my face quickly snapped me from the illusion and reminded me […]

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Relax, You’re Flying Out of Des Moines

Posted by Owen Fuller on January 24, 2011 in culture, DRC Trip 2011 |
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Some people dread air travel, and not because they’re afraid of flying.  The frustrations in the parking lot where, at so many airports, the only available parking spaces seem to be in a different zip code than the terminal building.  You debate calling a cab just to take you across the lot. Once inside, the […]

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The Same, but Different

Posted by Owen Fuller on September 29, 2010 in culture |
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We get our meat from a butcher in a small shack on the side of the road…you point to what part of the dead, hanging cow you want, he takes a machete bats away the flies, and hacks off your choice This post is from a Facebook note by Chris Konop, an MAF Pilot/Mechanic in […]

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Cross-cultural Experiences Around the Kitchen Table

Posted by Owen Fuller on July 29, 2010 in culture |
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Any overseas missionary is bound to have more than the average share of cross-cultural experiences.  Languages.  Values.  Religion.  Race.  Music and art.  Concept of time.  Methods of transportation.  Infrastructure.  These are some of the cross-cultural intersections where I expect to find myself standing over the next few years.  However, this week I witnessed a cross-cultural […]

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