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My name is Bethany, and I’m working with World Harvest Mission in Southern Sudan. Thanks for stopping by my blog. Feel free to leave a comment or question, and I’ll try to get back to you as soon as our intermittent internet connection allows. Happy traveling!

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  1. 24 May 2010 12:47 pm

    Hey cousin! Just read your beautiful post about Laura Cranford & wanted to send my condolences. I know your grandmother is so proud of you & the good work you are doing all over the world. Love you & miss you – happy travels!
    Anne Marie

  2. Judy in HNB permalink
    5 November 2010 4:01 am

    I have been enjoying your blogs and feel it is past time to tell you so. I have had some challenges with my mobility lately following a fall on arthritic knees, and my dear step-son has bee facing may challenges, too. So I just wrote him a note about trust and hope and then found your far more eloquent message. You are my bedtime pleasure. God bless you and your wonderful work, and keep you and the team and the people of s. Sudan safe and flourishing,

    • bethanygrace permalink
      16 November 2010 11:21 am

      Judy, thanks so much for your encouragement and prayers! Glad we can be learning the same things about hope and trust, even in such different parts of the world.

  3. Corrie McClure permalink
    14 September 2011 12:49 pm

    I am the friend of Erika Counts whose husband is going to Juba for a year with the American Embassy. It’s great to connect with someone over there. I would love to hear about what you are doing and what life is like. I haven’t had a chance to ready through your blog yet, but I look forward to doing that too.
    God bless and thank you for the work that you are doing,
    Corrie McClure

  4. John permalink
    5 May 2012 8:28 am

    Hi Bethany, I worked and lived in Mundri for several years between sep ’00- feb’05.
    We had a medical clinic, small secondary school and Ag. Project. I love love to hear how things are going in Mundri. Do you know any of the chaplains in the area? We lived close to the river, about 300yards from the bridge.
    Most of the Boys we worked with have left to further their education overseas or Uganda.
    It is awesome you are involved with education, I pray God protects you through all the trails you may face.

    God bless
    John and Sarah

  5. Garrett McNeill permalink
    4 December 2012 2:58 pm

    Hey Bethany,

    My wife and I work for a missions organization in the states and we’ll be back in S. Sudan for a little bit in February.

    We’ll be in Lui and we would love to connect with y’all while we are in town if that would be possible?

    Love the work the Lord is doing through you and WHM!

  6. 19 October 2014 1:33 pm

    My husband and I work in Bangui, CAR. (Howdy, neighbor!) I found your blog via Mrhyes, via a post on Facebook by a co-worker in Liberia! How is that for an African round about way of getting here? I look forward to reading what you have to say.

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