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 often repeated to those who have a cross-cultural calling.A guide to writing a personal conviction on risk.Working through a systematic action plan on risk that integrates spirituality, faith, emotions, stewardship, and practical danger assessment.After living for almost a decade in the high-risk and dangerous environment of Afghanistan, Facing Danger works through how Anna attempted to raise her children without emotional and long-term trauma while simultaneously living out her calling to partner in a divine endeavor in a hostile culture. This is the real world where a biblical understanding of risk must work.
By: Anna Hampton
This resource was published on Aug 21, 2020 and was last updated on Sep 24, 2021
AUTHOR(s): Hampton, Dr Anna E.
PUBLISHER: Zendagi Press
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