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On-Field Books We Recommend

Enjoying Newsletters

Amy Young

How to Write Christian Communications People Want to Read
Enjoying Newsletters enables you to write compelling letters that communicate quickly, connect to the heart, and bring better support. These simple tricks will turn your monthly letter-writing from a chore into a pleasure.

When Helping Hurts

Brian Fikkert & Steve Corbett

How to Alleviate Poverty Without Hurting the Poor...and Yourself
Offering a much-needed perspective on how to live the commands of Jesus, Brian Fikkert and Steve Corbett explore nuanced ways of alleviating poverty. Poverty is much more than simply a lack of material resources, and it takes much more than donations and handouts to solve it.

Working From a Place of Rest

Tony Horsfall

Jesus and the Key to Sustaining Ministry
Exhaustion, burnout, tiredness, even breakdown... sadly, such conditions are all too common these days, not least among those involved in some kind of Christian ministry. How can we address this issue?

We Are Not the Hero

Jean Johnson

A Missionary’s Guide to Sharing Christ, Not a Culture of Dependency
In We Are Not the Hero, missionary Jean Johnson shares lessons including why our North American culture, church experiences, and financial solutions to church growth will not work elsewhere.

The Emotionally Resilient Expat

Linda A Janssen

Engage, Adapt and Thrive Across Cultures
Building on existing literature and benefitting from recent developments in psychology, this book shows the key to successful transitions and beyond lies in emotional resilience to adapt, adjust or simply accept.

Getting Started

Amy Young

Making the Most of Your First Year in Cross-Cultural Service
You’ve made the leap and said yes to serving God cross-culturally. You’re anticipating your big adventure and prepared to serve whatever the cost. But now the questions and practicalities flood in...

Serving Well

Elizabeth & Jonathan Trotter

Help for the Wannabe, Newbie, or Weary Cross-cultural Christian Worker
You’ll find steps you can take to prepare for the field, as well as ways to find strength and renewal if you’re already there. From the beginning to the end of the cross-cultural journey, Serving Well has something for you.
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