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Tuesday, April 18, 2006

Do You Live Outside the United States?

InternationalI was just looking over some MMI site stats and was amazed at where some of our traffic comes from.  Of course, the majority of our visitors are from the United States... but we also have quite a number of international users.  For example, in March, we had 752 individual users from Canada; 375 from the UK; 221 from Australia; 49 from New Zealand; 29 from South Africa; and 35 from India.  We even had one visitor from Iceland!  :)

I thought it would be kind of fun to hear from our international users.  If you're reading this from somewhere outside the US, please take a moment to introduce yourself.  Tell us your name; where you're from; what the temperature is where you at; and anything else about yourself that we might find interesting.

(This will either be really fun or flop bigtime!)   :)

OK... don't let me down... let's hear from you!

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My name is Chris. I'm reading from Texas. That counts as international, right?

Posted by: chris | Apr 18, 2006 1:36:05 PM

When you're from Ohio, it does!

Todd

Posted by: Todd Rhoades | Apr 18, 2006 1:38:30 PM

ditto on texas (houston in a very hispanic area) but moving to france in a year as missionaries.

Posted by: Jessica | Apr 18, 2006 2:04:41 PM

Minnesota. BUT grew up as a missionary kid in France. I was born there and went to public schools there until college (good luck to you Jessica!). Does that count?

Posted by: Daniel | Apr 18, 2006 2:45:44 PM

I'm in California. Most people say we're from anothe planet.

Sorry Todd, this isn't turing out the way you wanted and we're not helping any. LOL

Posted by: Andy McAdams | Apr 18, 2006 3:30:50 PM

My name is Keith and I live in Edinburgh, Scotland. The temp is approx 50 degrees fahrenheit.

Posted by: keith | Apr 18, 2006 3:48:03 PM

What happened to this mornings conversation. Was it getting a little scary? Women pastors everywhere want to know!!

Posted by: clare | Apr 18, 2006 4:46:35 PM

Hey, my name is Donnie and I live in Kamloop, BC (Canada). It is about 62 degrees farhrenheit today - beautiful Spring day. Kamloops is about six hours from Seattle - 31/2 hours NE of Vancouver. I am a church planter from Florida. We moved here about 10 months ago. Life is good...!

Posted by: Donnie | Apr 18, 2006 6:42:03 PM

kamloops...i forgot the "S"

Posted by: Donnie | Apr 18, 2006 6:43:00 PM

Hello from Wellington, New Zealand. My name is Jonathan, long time reader, first time commentator!

Really enjoy the discussions, and all the comments. Currently 18 degrees celsius (64 farenheit) blue skies, and a cool breeze.

I currently volunteer in my church running an Alpha Course (www.alpha.org) and leading our Sunday School / Childrens Church (or whatever you call it!) ministry with my wife.

Posted by: jonathan | Apr 18, 2006 8:13:49 PM

I live in Kansas City (for one more week), but am currently in Ohio and will be moving here next week.

Posted by: eric | Apr 18, 2006 8:47:40 PM

Todd, If it's alright with you I'd like to say hello, to Keith, Donnie, and Jonathan. This is pretty cool meeting people around the globe.... I can't wait until September this year, I am going with my church to Africa. I have always wanted to visit there.

Anyway.... Nice to meet you all on MMI.. I look forward to the day we all meet in heaven face to face....

Clare, If you'd like you can email me about women pastor's... I would like to TALK about it not ARGUE....

Posted by: Clairvoyant 1 | Apr 18, 2006 8:54:54 PM

Hi guys, I'm reading from Perth, Western Australia. I'm a church planter and I get your feed each day Todd via bloglines.

It's a lovely autumn day here, sunny, 23 degrees celcius (whatever that is in F, I have no idea!). Turst me though, it's a lovely day here.

Posted by: Bruce | Apr 18, 2006 11:06:50 PM

Rick from Germany - however I'm moving to Ohio in 10 weeks. But for now, I really am international and not faking it like many of your other commenters.

The temperature right now is 6 degrees Celsius and it is not a lovely day here - well, in terms of weather that is.

Posted by: Rick | Apr 19, 2006 12:22:04 AM

This is cool seeing people comment from all over, how neat. Daniel, thanks for the well wishes, your prayers are appreciated. My husband is an MK from France so in a way it feels like we're getting ready to go home for him. We will be starting a faith based community arts center and serving in local churches.

It was 92+ in Houston today with rolling blackouts around the city yesterday and today!

Posted by: Jessica | Apr 19, 2006 12:56:00 AM

Emma, reading from Ballymena, Northern Ireland. Weather here is quite nice today, 11 degrees celsius. I'm leading CU in school at the minute (yea, im only 18), and involved in the technical side of things in a community outreach centre in my local village, www.washbasin.co.uk

Posted by: Emma | Apr 19, 2006 7:03:11 AM

Hi everyone, Mike here in
Newcastle, NSW, Australia. We're in the middle of a short thunderstorm so I'd better be quick.
Love the site, great posts, thanks for the great work!

Posted by: dcypl | Apr 19, 2006 7:43:35 AM

And don't forget those internationals ministering in the US as well.

Gman (Canadian missionary to the Americans)

Posted by: Gman | Apr 19, 2006 1:25:56 PM

Hi,
I am a From Osun State Nigeria and a Missionary at Kwara State thesame country, It as been a plesure to hear from you and for the Good work the Lord is using you to do in His Vinyeard may God couninue to enpower you in Jesus Name.
I will like you to come to my contry Nigeria to hild aq ministers Conference there are lots of ministers of God waithing to hear things that can help them out of the dark varlly of ministery.
I will like you to reply me onthis.
Thanks.
Pastor S Akano
By for now.

Posted by: Stephen Akano | Apr 20, 2006 7:28:37 AM

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