Cultivating A Community Of Care

Helping God’s global workers thrive on the field.

Refusing To Settle

Unwilling to think someone else will do what I can do.

Coming Alongside

Because friends don’t let friends go to the mission field alone.

“WHAT YOU DO IS RARE AND SO VITAL TO THE SPREADING OF THE GOSPEL.”
— Sarah L., missionary with CRU

THE FACTS OF MISSIONARY ATTRITION

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At least twenty missionaries will pull the plug today. Perhaps one that you support. Many of those who quit are lost not only to the cause of missions, but to their faith as well.

70% of those losses are preventable!

You can do something to change that. Want to know how?

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Emotionally Healthy Missionaries, Part Six

Emotionally Healthy Missionaries, Part Six

Unhealthy scenario #6: Logical Fallacies* Bigger is better. If a little is good, a lot would be even more so. Time is of the essence... There are so many variations of American culture's idolization of productivity, and most are far from healthy. When they are...

Emotionally Healthy Missionaries, Part Five

Emotionally Healthy Missionaries, Part Five

Unhealthy scenario #5: Tendencies* Binary thinking. Compartmentalization. Artificial constructs. These are tendencies that inhibit spiritual, emotional, and relational health. An example? How about when we divide things into sacred and secular categories. Separating...

Emotionally Healthy Missionaries, Part Four

Emotionally Healthy Missionaries, Part Four

Unhealthy scenario #4: Delusions* To deny the affects that our past has on our present behavior is delusional. We are all the sum total of our past experiences. Good, bad, helpful, hurtful - what we have lived through impacts what we will live through. In the realm of...

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