Monthly Archives: October 2015

A Reader’s Question: Responding to Extreme Exhaustion in Others

I began this site with a series looking at five different themes I have experienced while shepherding cross-cultural workers.   One of them was titled Five Themes Facilitating Ill Health and Ineffectiveness Amongst Global Workers: Theme #2 Total Exhaustion.  A few weeks ago … Continue reading

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Jesus-Directed Rather than Need-Driven Life and Ministry

Jesus was Not Need Driven Obvious in the pages of the Gospels are the rampant needs around Jesus. Everywhere he went, there were people with needs. So too for us. Yet it is clear that needs were not the driving … Continue reading

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Shepherd’s Shout Out: PTM Conference

200 Care Givers Gathered outside Asheville, NC USA Last week I had the privilege to gather with a little over 200 fellow caregivers at the annual PTM conference. I have attended many of the member care events (MHM, MC2,  Care Connexion, … Continue reading

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