Understanding the difficulties faced by cross-cultural ministry workers

Understanding the difficulties faced by cross-cultural ministry workers

Chad interviews Paul Dyck about the difficulties faced by cross-cultural ministry workers and their families returning to their passport countries. Paul outlines some of the resources available to cross-cultural ministries.

Paul leads the MORE Network. It is a Canada-wide ministry that exists to bolster, strengthen and encourage Canadian missionaries and their children in times of transition. Paul and his team facilitate care for singles, couples and families, particularly as they repatriate from the cross-cultural assignment, and facilitate the resourcing of member care support staff.


This was the 9th webinar of the Great Commission Foundation’s “Serving Together Series — Perspectives to Help Ministry Thrive

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