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Oct 18, 2012

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Dennis Sanders

Thanks for sharing this. I've been thinking a lot about mission trips and as well as mission work in general and this resonates with me. I remember going to mainland China in '99 through seminary. We visited people in villages in the remote southwestern part of the country. We didn't do anything other than eat and worship with them. I learned a lot from them and I learned what it meant to practice your faith in an authoritarian society (we had to travel with folks from the government for some reason). We never did anything but learn, and that was enough. I think one of Lupton's books is next on my reading list.

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