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Trauma Healing Network

The Trauma Healing Network (THN) launched in September 2012 as a Bible-engagement project of the Bible Society of Namibia. People in Namibia often do not receive effective trauma help because support services are not readily available or affordabl...

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Missionary calling and family concerns

You have been called to serve as a missionary, but family concerns threaten to pull you the other way. How do you resolve the dilemma? We have compiled advice from mission leaders to address some common family issues that arise when you de...

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Language learning and culture

When a group of Kenyans and Malagasies were sent to a third country to serve as missionaries, it was a lot harder to communicate than they imagined. One team member already knew the trade language, and most had five or six other languages ...

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Culture shock

Can an African experience culture shock? Absolutely. Culture shock is when a person is unable to cope well in unfamiliar surroundings. Reactions vary from anger with the host culture, to withdrawal, grief and loneliness and sometimes spiri...

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Storytelling resources


According to orality specialists, the best and most current training can be found on the EMDC website: Available are seminars on Scripture Engagement (SE), Bible storying, orality, oral and written Bible tra...

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Missions resources for children

The AfriGO team has found wonderful resources that you can share with your children to help them understand more about missions, pray for countries, people groups and missionaries, and see the world through the eyes of other children.


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