Ministering to Those Who Minister

It is sometimes asked, who ministers to the needs of those who minister? “Where do our Christian workers go when they are in crisis or have family problems?” More often than not, many, including Christian workers themselves, have a difficult time addressing this question.

Ministering to Those Who Minister

A common answer given is I guess that they just have to trust God. “While trusting God is certainly a key element in any trying situation, we, the Body of Christ, are called to minister to one another.

Christian workers are also part of this Body; yet, because they are often in a place of leadership, many feel that sensitive problems cannot be shared with their fellow colleagues or with those to whom they minister.

Recent Articles and Interviews

Pain, Perseverance and Privilage

Posted by on Jan 4, 2017

Anyone who has been in ministry very long knows that there are “times that try men’s souls”. Segments of ministry life that challenge everyone and, unfortunately, overwhelm some. There are also times that are...

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Debrief Retreats

Posted by on Oct 22, 2014

We are now offering Debrief Retreats for missionaries on Home Assignment or Transitioning back to the USA. Check out the retreat schedule.

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Ministering in the Rural Community

Posted by on Mar 24, 2012

Ministering in a rural community has unique stresses and a distinct effect on...

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Ministering Women in Bible Times and Today

Posted by on Mar 3, 2012

Women serving cross culturally are ministers or servants. With this come great...

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Women’s Issues With Their Battle for Emotional Connection

Posted by on Mar 1, 2012

A women’s greatest fear is the fear of being disconnected or...

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Addictions Interview

Posted by on Feb 24, 2012

Addictions come in many forms, and expat cross-cultural Christian workers are...

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