Honourably Wounded



Honourably Wounded It s always been tough serving the Lord on the front lines Whether you are an office worker, missionary, evangelist, doctor, or teacher, if you put your head above the parapet, you will get shot at Sometimes you will get hit This deeply practical, compassionate book, widely acclaimed at its release in 1987, has been recently expanded and fully updated Among the areas covered are depression, occupational stress, interpersonal relationships, stresses in singleness and marriage, and burnout. Read Honourably Wounded – heartforum.co.uk

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  • Paperback
  • 288 pages
  • Honourably Wounded
  • Marjory F. Foyle
  • English
  • 01 March 2017
  • 0825460239

10 thoughts on “Honourably Wounded

  1. Donna says:

    Pragmatic, research based, common sensical, useful, straight forward, and comprehensive I like Foyle s style and find the content useful and encouraging Each chapter could be a book on its own the topics she tackles are significant but having them dealt with quickly and gathered together between one set of book covers makes this a great reference for people understanding the unique stressors in cross cultural ministry This book is a great starting pla...

  2. Yrag Notsew says:

    Full of positive, practical information about missionary stress and how to live ahealthy lifestyle as well as how to recognize self diagnose as well as statistics, anecdotes etc I liked her down to earth, personal optimism.

  3. Susie says:

    Some excellent points by the author about the need for missionary care without detracting from God being our most important source of refreshment Thankful to all of those who are supplying this care and for the missionaries who take advantage of it Also encouraging words...

  4. Jeri Bidinger says:

    If someone has not lived overseas, this could be an eye opening read I found it basic, and sometimes felt the treatments and or solutions were simplistic Foyle is a therapist, and so tends to suggest that a bit of therapy and or a training course here or there i...

  5. Nancy DeValve says:

    The version I read was the 1987 version I understand there is a newer version that I d like to read I found the book had some great insights Other sections of the book were pretty ground breaking in the 1980 s, and I m pleased to se...

  6. Judith says:

    This is the updated and expanded version of the old, _Overcoming Missionary Stress_ My original copy of OMS was dog eared and highlighted even before I passed it on to someone on another continent Highly recommended for those serving overseas, and those who love them Has given me much neede...

  7. Michael says:

    The writing style is a bit randomly organized seems like it was a bit as she came to it, but I actually enjoyed the informal style of the writer Lots of good practical advice for Christian cross cultural workers.

  8. Hope says:

    An excellent book on stresses that are specific to missionaries.

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