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Author Archives: Dave Grissen
This is a post from Mark Bright, Medical Doctor in Madagascar on his journey from excitement to be working in a field hospital into the deep depression of a burn-out existence. His journey and encouragements are instructive for any of … Continue reading
When Missionaries start raising support, and asking people to give to their particular mission, they undoubtedly run across someone who says, “Why are you asking? You should do what George Muller did and simply pray in your funds.” Of course, … Continue reading
Are you slugging it out in the trenches, doing your day-to-day responsibilities, and getting into a routine in life that prohibits you from outside stimulation and input? STOP! It’s time for a little personal development. Doing this is one way … Continue reading
I’ve got a question for you if you are in the fundraising mode and living on donor support. Would you like to have more time for family and ministry and less time needed raising money? Here’s how you can. According to … Continue reading
It’s a fact that the longer we live the older we get! And it’s also a fact that we grow too soon old, and too late smart! I’m wondering now that I’m 73 years old, how all of our lessons … Continue reading
My friend, David Lewis, is the CEO of the Paracletos Ministry. He and his wife, Irene, also host a wonderful Oasis in Indiana called, Baan S’abai. Head over there sometime when you need some encouragement, reflection, rest, and coaching. Every … Continue reading
Recently I heard this story . . . A young man who wanted some spiritual formation went to a monastery with a code of silence. Once a year there would be a meeting with his mentor and he could say … Continue reading
Our missionary children face their own major challenges as they follow us back and forth to the fields of service. I know because Sheri and I raised 5 of these TCKs. All are doing well now as adults and have … Continue reading