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A Missionary in a First World Country

So, here we are.  I have been in Liverpool for almost two months now and it is incredible.  I don't think that I will ever get over the size and beauty of the cathedral.  It is magnificent.  Everyone here has been wonderful. They are so excited that we are here and have welcomed us with open arms.  This post is about something that I have been thinking about for a while and I hope will answer some questions a few of you may have.  Hopefully another post will be out soonish, regarding all of the interesting things we have done/seen and all of the fun I have been having while working here. Before I left and since I’ve been here the same question seems to keep popping up. Why is a missionary in a first world country? England doesn’t really seem like the first place someone thinks of when they think of a missionary.  I have had a lot of people ask me why I was sent to Liverpool.  They have running water and traffic lights, and the church seems to be everywhere (It’s called the Church o…