Amy Medina spent almost half her life on the continent of Africa, first as an MK in Liberia and then sixteen years in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania as a ReachGlobal missionary. Amy (and family) relocated to Southern California in 2020, and she now serves with the ReachGlobal Engage team as a pre-deployed missionary coach and placement specialist. Amy blogs at Not Home Yet.
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Learning From Those Who Pray All Night
I lived in Tanzania for almost two decades. When I came back to America, I kept part of Tanzania with me.
March 30, 2023
Your Church Can Grow a Missionary
It will cost you something but God’s kingdom is worth it.
February 02, 2023
Swimming in the Stuff of America
Compared to the world, I’m wealthy. Compared to my neighbors, I’m not. So what does it mean to steward what God has given me?
November 30, 2022
Global Christians With a Global Vision
Why should we send missionaries overseas when the needs are so great right here?
September 21, 2022
From Witch Doctors to Youth Culture
To reach the next generation, we could take notes from global missionaries.
July 19, 2022
Everywhere to Everywhere
One story of how God is reshaping the global mission field.
May 11, 2022
The Perfect Parent
We never will be, but God always is.
February 01, 2022
Please Ask Me the Non-Spiritual Questions
I served in missions for over a decade. Very few people back home asked about my daily life.
December 02, 2021
I Don't Deserve Your Sympathy
How one missionary found gratitude amid COVID-19 evacuation
April 14, 2020
When Everything Is Not OK
Trusting God amid extreme uncertainty
September 06, 2018
God Doesn’t Owe Me the American Dream
Does God hold America in a special category?
May 15, 2018