5: Intestine Soup for the Soul with Andrew Crider

5: Intestine Soup for the Soul (with guest Andrew Crider) Looking Over Life

James and Shawn enjoy having a guest on the podcast. They talk with Andrew Crider about what it's like to be a missionary to a foreign country. Have you ever eaten intestine soup or chicken head soup? How about a plateful of honey? And what does that have to do with being a missionary? What is a missionary, anyway? James quizzes Andrew and Shawn on their experiences in Guatemala and Peru. From hauling firewood up a ravine by strapping it to your forehead, to going for a swim with a cow at night, the hosts share stories and discuss ideals about mission life. We'd like to hear from you. What did you think of having a guest on the podcast? Do you have any topics for us to discuss? Email us: lookingoverlife@gmail.com Shawn's blog Christian Aid Ministries  Mennonite Air Missions Christian Light Foreign to Familiar by Sarah Lanier Church Planting Movements by David Garrison

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James and Shawn are two friends who like to talk about life. Science, grammar, parenting, spirituality—they're like to discuss it.

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