All posts by: Corinne Long

Changing Rhythms

This week, as the kids head back to school here in Budapest and the weather finally starts to dip below 90 degrees, I admittedly breathe a small sigh of relief. It feels good to slip back into the predictable rhythm...
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Christmas on the Mission Field

Of all the times of year, Christmas can be one of the most bittersweet holidays for a missionary. The joy of celebrating Christ’s birth, the festive city, and the holiday parties…they bring us fun and fill our hearts with the...
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Thank You for Coming

This coming spring, Jonathan and I will have served with OMS for nine years. Over the years, there have been many changes—where we live, what the ministry looks like, the make-up of our team. The process has taught me a...
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Home for the Desperate

We drove through cornfields and Hungarian countryside for barely a kilometer before we started seeing the clusters of people walking toward bus stops and train stations. They were recognizable by their dirty, disheveled appearances, their small packs and their weary...
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