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Are you dreaming of working abroad? Imagining serving God in another land? Or are you already on the field, unsure about what to do next or how to manage the stresses of cross-cultural life? Or perhaps you've been on the field a while now, and you're weary, maybe so weary that you wonder how much longer you can keep going. If any of these situations describes you, there is hope inside this book. You'll find steps you can take to prepare for the field, as well as ways to find strength and renewa...

AUTHOR(s): Elizabeth and Jonathan Trotter
PUBLISHER: Resource Publications

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One of the significant challenges we face on a day-to-day basis is working with others, often from different cultures and with different personalities.  SYIS is designed to enhance the knowledge, attitudes and skills of Christian workers for relating well with family, co-workers, friends and those from other cultures. SYIS is highly interactive. Participants work and share together in pairs, small groups, as a whole group, and practice the skills with each other. The best methods of i...

AUTHOR(s): International Training Partners

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Books, videos, and websites, for Third Culture Kids. This website is designed to be a collection of resources for Third Culture Kids (TCKs): those individuals who have spent a large amount of their childhood in a culture different than that of their parents, and so develop a sense of belonging to both cultures. This includes Missionary Kids, Military Brats, children of business people or diplomats, or any other expat family. By: Ali Jackson

AUTHOR(s): Ali Jackson

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If you are going to buy only one book on grief, this is the one to get! It will validate your grief experience, and you can share it with your children. You can leave it on the coffee table so others will pick it up, read it, and then better appreciate your grieving time. Grand's Cooking Tips section at the back of the book is rich with wisdom and concrete recommendations. Better than a casserole! Hardbound; 56 full-color pages. Affirms the bereaved. Educates the un-bereaved. A building-block f...

AUTHOR(s): Schwiebert, Pat , DeKlyen, Chuck
PUBLISHER: Grief Watch ISBN: 978-0-9615197-6-6
SOURCE: Amazon

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If you're an adoptive parent looking for hope, practical tools, and friends who understand, this podcast is for you! Between the two of us, we represent all three parts of the adoption triad. We've been around the block a couple times with kids by birth, adoption, and foster care. And lived to tell about it.   Don't worry. We get it. And we're here for you.   Gain confidence in your parenting and hope for your family's future. Presenters: Lisa Qualls and Melissa Corkum

AUTHOR(s): Qualls, Lisa , Corkum, Melissa

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