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Facing Danger guides cross-cultural workers through a biblical discussion on risk, providing a spiritual and practical framework for working through cross-cultural risk assessment and management.In this book, Anna E. Hampton discusses:Four connections related to risk between the Old and New Testaments.Essential elements of cross-cultural risk assessment and management.Balancing the tension between the leading of the Holy Spirit, wise stewardship, and God's invitation to risk.Twelve risk myths o...

AUTHOR(s): Hampton, Dr Anna E. , Briscoe, Stuart
PUBLISHER: Zendagi Press
SOURCE: Amazon

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A list of faith-based books, organizations, and websites for those dealing with chronic pain, disability, depression, and other forms of suffering.  By: Terry Powell

AUTHOR(s): Powell, Terry

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A group of women, whose parents joined the massive Evangelical group known as New Tribes Mission when they were children, open up to NBC’s Kate Snow about the alleged sex abuse they suffered at the hands of missionaries. By: Kate Snow
SOURCE: TODAY.com

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This book enables adults who were traumatized as children to learn new strategies to meet the demands of daily living. While focusing on the effects of dissociation and including specific advice for multiples, Nancy Napier presents dozens of exercises helpful to anyone who finds that unresolved childhood feelings are blocking life's path. By: Nancy J. Napier

AUTHOR(s): Napier, Nancy J.
PUBLISHER: W W Norton ISBN: 978-0-393-31242-3
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The GIST-T project intends to help expand current efforts to scale up trauma treatment. Its initial focus has been on frontline workers—humanitarian aid workers and peace operations personnel—utilizing the recently developed Confronting Stress and Trauma Resource Kit. That focus is now being widened to include other traumatized population groups. Why frontline workers? They deal with situations caused by violent conflicts and natural disasters. They are frequently exposed to traumatic even...
SOURCE: Global Initiative for Stress & Trauma Treatment

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