Know a Harvest Worker Who Needs Professional Care?

There is a “Case for Missionary Care” and one of these days I hope to have my eBook done on that subject.  In the meantime, others are writing on the subject as well.  This post is from Minnesota Renewal, an agency offering various care and counseling services to missionaries and pastors.

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Here’s an article on the importance of missionary care that connects you with them . . .

“Accepting God’s call to overseas cross-cultural missions service often comes at a significant cost. In this age, the stakes are even higher, and the enemy is working hard to thwart the fulfillment of The Great Commission. Crisis and trauma, conflict, burnout, anxiety, depression, difficult transitions, lack of fulfillment, organizational dysfunction, power struggles, loss of vision, alienation and disillusionment are increasingly experienced by those engaged in cross-cultural missions. Many missionaries do not return after their first term.”  (Read more . . .)

(www.LifeImpactMinistries.net)

About Dave Grissen

David & Sheri Grissen spent 44 years in mission and humanitarian aid work. In 2003 they established Life Impact, a ministry of strengthening Christian workers in hosted centers, called Oases. Presently 12 Oases are functioning. www.LifeImpactMinistries.net. In 2016 they started Fund The Ministry to help missionaries create new funding for their ministries. www.FundTheMinistry.com. They have five married children and fifteen grandchildren.
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