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On the Threshold of Hope offers hope and healing to men and women who have been traumatized by sexual abuse. Dr. Langberg's insights and the quotations from many survivors assure readers that they are not alone and that Christ, the Redeemer, can heal their deep wounds. Through stories, Scripture, questions, and encouragement, Dr. Langberg walks with survivors on the road to healing through Christ's love and power. Author: Diane Mandt Langberg, PhD Publisher: Tyndale House Publishers, ...

AUTHOR(s): Langberg, Diane Mandt
PUBLISHER: Tyndale House Publishers, Inc. ISBN: 978-0-8423-4362-6
SOURCE: Amazon

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One Another Ministries exists to encourage international Christian organizations and their workers by providing professional training, consulting, counseling, and resourcing for the development and care of mission organizations and their members, churches on the mission field, and their leaders...One Another Ministries provides a safe environment for leaders and those on the front lines to explore the real issues, which are to be confronted and the tools to prosper in ministry.

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Stress is a natural part of even a healthy life. But too much stress can damage relationships, hamper productivity, even ruin lives.  Living in alien, often hostile cultures, typically without normal support networks, missionaries are especially vulnerable to stress. Drwing from years of experience as a missionoary doctor and psychiatric counselor, Dr. Marjory Foyle ouotlines the causes and effects of missionary stress. Topics include: missionary marriage; dealing with singleness; relation...

AUTHOR(s): Foyle, Marjory
PUBLISHER: Emis / Billy Graham Center ISBN: 978-0-9617751-0-0
SOURCE: Amazon

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Pandemic resilience resources for global workers. Compiled by: Trauma and Resilience
SOURCE: TRAUMA & RESILIENCE - A Handbook

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Pauline Boss coined the term “ambiguous loss” and invented a new field within psychology to name the reality that every loss does not hold a promise of anything like resolution. Amid this pandemic, there are so many losses — from deaths that could not be mourned, to the very structure of our days, to a sudden crash of what felt like solid careers and plans and dreams. This conversation is full of practical intelligence for shedding assumptions about how we should be feeling and acting as these ...

AUTHOR(s): Boss, Pauline
SOURCE: The On Being Project

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