39 min

The First Year, Part Two - Interview with Missionary Thomas Irvin Great Commission Conversations

    • Christianity

Today, Bro. Thomas Irvin and I pick up where we left off in the first installment of our conversation concerning his family’s first year on the field of Uganda. I ask Bro. Irvin about some of the day-to-day challenges that commonly put a strain on newly transplanted cross-cultural workers, but we also talk about the weightier considerations of functioning in a very different political and governmental environment than what we’re accustomed to as Americans. We finish the conversation discussing how the ministry has taken shape in this first year and what is on the horizon for his labors among the Ugandan people.

Your feedback is welcome. You can contact Bro. Lee at greatcommissionconversations@gmail.com.

You can find Thomas Irvin's podcasts and prayer letters at plenteousredemption.com. 

Today, Bro. Thomas Irvin and I pick up where we left off in the first installment of our conversation concerning his family’s first year on the field of Uganda. I ask Bro. Irvin about some of the day-to-day challenges that commonly put a strain on newly transplanted cross-cultural workers, but we also talk about the weightier considerations of functioning in a very different political and governmental environment than what we’re accustomed to as Americans. We finish the conversation discussing how the ministry has taken shape in this first year and what is on the horizon for his labors among the Ugandan people.

Your feedback is welcome. You can contact Bro. Lee at greatcommissionconversations@gmail.com.

You can find Thomas Irvin's podcasts and prayer letters at plenteousredemption.com. 

39 min