Your Soul Right After a Trauma
As we focus in on care this week, we want to take a look at real examples of what our missionaries are facing in the
It’s seems like that is all we have done for the last couple of months. Some have handled it well, yet others are struggling with
Partnerships, Have You Considered Them?
I was much older than most by the time I met my husband, Bryan. I had been in full-time ministry for nearly 10 years and
An Empty Ocean and the 10 Things We Must Remember About Grief
Walking alone at a park, a friend of mine saw a woman busily walking towards her, dictating something into her phone. The woman looked earnest
“But what on earth can I write?” This was what I wrestled with last week as I thought about writing for A Life Overseas. Half
by Tim Pepper I vaguely remember saying goodbye to my friend, Kevin Varnes, in 1986. His family, close friends of ours, dropped us off at
Find Your Place On Mission
Recently I had the opportunity to join one of our Partner churches for 3 days of their week long VBS. All I can say is
What Happens When God’s Will Leads You To Change?
Christy Paul, LMHC In life we go through many changes. A study done in 2013 said that 73% of students do not use their college
Four Levels of Missionary Care: Part 1
There is no doubt that the ministry of missionary care is multi-leveled and multi-faceted. It’s multi-leveled in the cooperation of at least four levels of
The Strategy Advantage
By Wayne Dinsbeer Sure, I know it is only July, but the Hallmark channel has been playing Christmas movies for weeks. So you can get
Discerning A Call To Missions
A GUEST ARTICLE BY MATTHEW BENNETT I teach missions and theology at Cedarville University—a university that has missions pulsing through its veins in every department.
Understanding the Value of Transparency
In our last newsletter I shared about our failed attempt at our online AMPD course in April. (We had all the right pieces in place,