Are you looking for a good map of your area? If you are like most missionaries, it helps to visualize where you work with a map. I like to have a large political map for general reference, a map of the locations where I work, and a handy atlas to look up places. Look for these items at a bookstore that sells school textbooks. If your map is laminated you can write on it with a dry erase marker. You should also take advantage of the missions maps that are available, showing percent evangelical, bible translation, church strength and other valuable information. With Google Earth and more technical GIS software, you can create your own custom maps, showing the churches, schools, clinics, or other places you serve. Here are some links to maps.
Operation World is releasing a wall map in conjunction with its 2010 updated book. The world map is 24″ x 36″ and includes statistics, three inset maps, and a digital version of the map. The price is $8.49 folded, $9.99 flat, and $12.99 laminated from GMI