Dan Allender

“We need to say that resting is not lounging. It is not vegging out. It is not tuning out. It is an engagement with what the heart desires that deeply leads into a kind of exploration that brings a taste of wonder and goodness. And therefore opens the heart to receive and offer delight.”   

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Cynthia Eriksson

“The work of international aid is challenging as individuals come face to face with large- scale crisis and suffering. However, the support of colleagues and friends, and an organisation that creates a culture of support, can provide the network of resources necessary to maintain aid workers’ energy, compassionate service, and sense of accomplishment.” Cynthia B. […]

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Staff Care for Aid Workers, Missionaries and Clergy

TRI offers REST to a number of courageous organizations.  These organizations range from aid workers serving in crisis, missionaries serving abroad, and clergy following a call.  Our passion is to make each of these individuals a priority in regards to their personal mental health and wellbeing.

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TRI’s Seven Step Model

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Returning Expat Culture Shock

This is a great article by the BBC. “Expat culture shock boomerangs in the office” A personal look at returning back to the office after years working abroad. The common experiences most of us have are well articulated. It is my hope more folks keep writing about these experiences so companies who send out expats […]

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