Thank you, UlaanBaatar, and good night!

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Just finished meeting with the team from UNTIL, the ministry here in Mongolia who hosted our tour. Great people, great experiences. And while our week of gigs in South Korea awaits, it's bittersweet to leave. We've seen some great stuff happen here, so here's the recap. We and UNTIL partnered with several other ministries while we were here. We did a show with Campus Life, a student ministry. We did a show for people connected to a medical mission which was taped and will be shown on national cable TV. We did a show for a ministry to teachers. We played in a remote prison. We did a gig inside a military base to officers and soldiers. Aside from concert outreaches, we worked with the guys at UNTIL on another…
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And boy, are my arms tired…

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It's 2:30am EST on Monday, October 15th, and I just got back to my house after being in California for a long weekend, playing guitar and helping lead worship for a briefing for a part of Campus Crusade called "The Jesus Film Project". The briefing is a weekend-long conference for vision casting and fund-raising. Their ministry takes a film about the life of Jesus (okay, that was a 'gimme'), and shows it all over the world. Over the years (it was made in the late 70s), it has been translated into over 1000 different languages and shown to hundreds of millions of people in thousands of remote places, resulting in millions of people deciding to follow Christ. Our work was to help their briefing be successful, and they raised 8.5…
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Back from Central Asia…

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Okay - I've been back a week or so and I'm finally adjusted to our time zone again, I think. There was simply no way to connect wth the Internet where we were, and the few times we found an 'Internet Cafe' (which in Tajikistan are about as fast as dial-up...), I used my time to send email to check in on things at home (since we also had no reliable cell coverage). So, no blog entries - sorry! And now, there are too many stories to tell to know where to start - or stop, but here's the overview. First, Ed and I stopped in Istanbul. We played some music in the street and helped lead worship at a 150-year old church, made some new friends and met with…
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