Ordinary People: Ray and Jill

Ordinary People: Ray and Jill

Ordinary People Ray and Jill ; By Mike Delorenzo On Field Media Ray was born in Kenya in 1945, raised as a third generation missionary kid into a family legacy. Ray’s grandfather came to Kenya as a pioneering medical missionary in 1911. In 1938, Ray’s father returned...
Ordinary People: Anna

Ordinary People: Anna

Ordinary People Anna and John ; By Heidi Thulin On Field Media Home assignment is tricky for a bi-national family like Anna and John Mosby’s. Every few years, they juggle visits to her Singapore and his United States. But that’s not all the traveling they do. In their...
Light in the Darkness: Radio Nuru

Light in the Darkness: Radio Nuru

Living in darkness is dangerous. When it is dark, it is easy to fall into an unseen hole or to encounter thieves who intend harm. Fear, also, lurks in the night. For the Mwani, a fishing tribe who reside along the northern coast of Mozambique, living in darkness is...
The Music of Anzoro

The Music of Anzoro

Mary and I were both doing internships under the guidance of Nyemuse, an AIM missionary who has worked with the ethno arts in East Africa for many years. As we planned the upcoming music composition workshop together, Nyemuse prioritized the most important lessons....