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About adaraabroad

Adara Hadriel lives in Southeast Asia teaching English and doing community outreach among the Tai-Kadai people. She is married to a Tai-Kadai Christian pastor, Caiden. Because they live in a 'Creative-Access Country', or a country unfriendly to evangelism, names of people and places have been changed.

We’re Still Serving the Tai-Kadai People

What an overwhelming response to the last blog email! Thanks to all who messaged me or inquired of my family members. Not to disappoint, but we are not on permanent return to the US and no, you can’t be our … Continue reading

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Life Changes–Same but Different

About this time six years ago, I was preparing for a big, new adventure. I was wrapping up life in Florida before heading up to Ohio for the last goodbyes. Some asked how long I’d be gone. I flippantly answered … Continue reading

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God’s babies (and ours)

Baby Girl is here and we are thrilled! Please allow me to share thoughts on her for this blog entry. Caiden and I are learning things that every parent learns along the way, but because they’re new to us, they … Continue reading

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Praying Away the Spirits

Last entry, I wrote about how the Christian community near our house came and shared their experiences with Caiden’s family. Recently, a similar opportunity arose for them to share once more. Let’s mother was very sick in the hospital. The … Continue reading

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Sharing New Life Experiences

We’ve moved again-it’s becoming an annual thing. But we’re so excited about our new house. It’s smaller than our old one (less cleaning!), has a nice kitchen with a proper counter and sink, a big yard and a fence. God … Continue reading

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Prayer Unites Us Worldwide

It’s been quite a while since I’ve updated. Life has been flying by at hyper speed and I can’t believe it’s the end of November already! Our Bible study group took a break while teachers returned to their home countries. … Continue reading

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Investments for Eternity

I’ve been living and working among the Tai Kadai now for five years. Hmmmm….doesn’t seem like that long.  Looking back over the blog posts I see a change in myself and in many of the people I’ve met. I’ve shared … Continue reading

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