Living into Ubuntu

My journey to become a cross-cultural Christian worker in South Africa

About

Hi. My name is Nicole Corlew. So you want to know a little about me? I think my Twitter profile says it best: Christ-follower, daughter, sister, friend, editor, missionary, writer, book lover, traveler, tennis player (well, I try), history nut, and lover of all things English.

Life is an adventure, and living a Christian life is the adventure of all adventures. For more than ten years, I served in the United States’ Christian publishing industry (I was the associate editor of devozine, The Upper Room’s youth devotional magazine.), and I served  for seven years as a volunteer youth worker. Now I am a cross-cultural Christian worker (missionary) to South Africa, where I work with Growing the Church, helping them to shape and grow their youth development and media ministries. My sending church is St. George’s Episcopal Church, and my mission agency is  SAMS (Society of Anglican Missionaries). Although Growing the Church is located in Cape Town, our work supports the entire Province of the Anglican Church of Southern Africa.

Becoming a cross-cultural Christian worker is a new adventure for me; and through this blog, I will share my experiences–the highs and the lows, the joys and the concerns–in a real and honest way. I hope you’ll enjoy the journey with me.

Disclaimer: The contents and opinions in this blog are mine and do not necessarily reflect the position of St. George’s Episcopal Church, SAMS, or Growing the Church.

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