Hotel Tower Inn International Ltd.

Address: 183, Jubilee Road , Chittagong City, Chittagong, 4000, Bangladesh | Hotel
 
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      Finding A New Version of Myself

      A travel blog entry by hisnursebd on Dec 22, 2014

      ... that I'm a moron just yet. Lately, I find myself nervous about moving into that role here. I mean, I just found my "groove" in language!

      So, I'm learning. Learning about grace. Learning about expectations, after beating my head against that wall for... how many years? Learning to pray more and more "Just help me to be faithful to what You're calling me to do TODAY!" And in that is peace. And hope. And ...

      Drowning...

      A travel blog entry by hisnursebd on Oct 20, 2014

      ... short family Skype time, the once-again-empty mailbox. "Your team will be your family" they said. Well, when does that kick in? B/c I feel like I'm drowning. Like I hit that moment when I'm falling and I really can't take one more thing... and it comes anyway.

      I have to do this. This day. This class. This test. I must keep moving forward. I feel helpless and useless, and I don't know how to keep going. Jesus, please help ...

      One Year... And Struggling

      A travel blog entry by hisnursebd on Aug 31, 2014

      Last week was my 1 year anniversary of arriving in BD. I thought somehow that that would be a momentous occasion, that I would feel some sort of satisfaction or sense of accomplishment. Instead, I found myself ignoring a sense of angst – if I ignore it long enough, it'll go away, right? Maybe it’s just hormones; wait a few days.



      Now, I do need to acknowledge that I ended my trip to Malumghat (which ...

      Intense poverty after a hectic approach

      A travel blog entry by maggie360 on Oct 20, 2013

      13 photos

      ... and they were giving me instructions that to me weren’t relevant.  They cleared us, for instance, for an approach that started far from the airport when we were overhead.  Everything worked out smoothly in the end and we saw the airport still thousands of feet up, but it was just a lot of misunderstanding and juggling essentially right over the airport.  Upon lading we were approached by folks for avgas and they brought ...

      The lights go out, The Light comes on!

      A travel blog entry by ecsflemings on Nov 13, 2009

      9 photos

      ... it while others probably did and kept quiet because of family pressure.) When we say "we wish you were here" we really do wish you could see this astounding country and meet these faithful believers. Please remember to pray for the country of Bangladesh.

      (See story under rickshaw picture.)

      (Have you read Daktar by Vig Olsen or On Duty in Bangladesh by Jeannie Lockerbie? We were at the Malamghat station they talk about and highly recommend the books!)
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