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EMCC9 - Investing in People
Greetings to you from European Member Care! I am writing to let you know that registration for the next European Member Care Consultation is now open.More...
Debriefing and Renewal, September 26-28, 2013
find all info in attached jpg file
The first class will be held in the Philippines June 8-14, 2014 in Manila.
Missions in Asia is blossoming as it is a major missions sending region of the world. Member Care is essential to enrich the life of the missionary for longevity of service.
21-26 October - 2013
Crystal Springs, Matamata
Link: Find more info here on page 5 http://www.missions.org.nz/images/august13.pdf
Friday afternoon, 8 November
Helen MacNaughtan , a Kiwi missionary who led Member Care for MI Australia for some years will lead this. She now focuses on her role as the MC rep for the Sth Pacific region, and serves on the Global MC Network Board.
The Well - Chiangmai Thailand September 2013
I have attached our second Sth Pacific Regional MC newsletter.
I am excited that we are now into serious planning for our first Regional MC Conference in 2014.
What Missionaries Ought to Know... (Revised): Free Download—
"What Missionaries Ought to Know....: A Handbook for Life and Service" has been revised and expanded so that the e-book now has 60 chapters in its 375 pages.
reviewed by —Carlton Meredith Séminaire Biblique de Bruxelles
15 AUGUST 2013 http://www.globalmembercare.com/fileadmin/user_upload/15 August13MCCounselingResources.pdf
'Things we wish we'd known before going out on mission'
- advice from the mission community! http://www.oscar.org.uk/oscaractive/articles/various.htm
Church, Ummah or Somewhere in Between?
Understanding the strength and unity of the ummah— the worldwide Muslim community—and its role in an individual’s identity is essential in comprehending the struggles that Muslims undergo as they turn to faith in Jesus Christ. It has been a place of security, acceptance, protection, and identity; turning away from it entails great sacrifice.
Women Surviving the Great Commission
Missionary women have high expectations when they respond to God’s call; of themselves, their mission agencies, host cultures, churches, co-workers, and even of God. These expectations are often impossible to fulfill and can lead to mental and physical exhaustion. Eighty percent of missionary women feel they have come close to burnout, whether they were married or single, traditional or tent making, new or experienced. In "Expectations and Burnout: Women Surviving the Great Commission," Sue provides research and surveys from the field while Robynn lends her own personal experiences to demonstrate how burnout can happen and how God can bring life from ashes.
participate in one woman’s cross-cultural journey
Screams in the Desert is an invitation to participate in one woman’s cross-cultural journey and the lessons she learns along the way. Sue Eenigenburg’s poignant and humorous accounts of life overseas provide insight into issues that many women encounter in the mission field. Join Sue for trips to the zoo, bouts of illness, landmine fields, miscommunications, and other everyday experiences of life in a foreign country.
The president of Compassion International tells his story of childhood abuse and deliverance in a West Africa boarding school.
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