This week on our radio show, A Place Missionaries Call Home, Joyce and I will be talking with co-author, Karen Mulder, about her book, The Compassionate Congregation, a handbook for people who care. In one of the chapters, we explore with her how to recognize and help someone who we care about through “burnout.” Joyce will also share about a missionary mom who struggled with burnout and how God used her as a compassionate listener, taking this lady to the Lord in prayer.
Mrs. Mulder shares the three principles of care giving, like the verse found in Jude 22, “and some having compassion, making a difference.” Karen has a wonderful gift of making you feel special and brings compassion to everyone she meets. She is a prayer warrior and loves people.
You won’t want to miss this program, Saturday at 3:30 p.m. on WTRU Radio. To find the program, open up the home page of our web site at www.siloamhomes.org and click onto the radio station 830AM. It will open up the radio station. Click on “listen online” in the upper right corner of the page, wait for about 30 seconds, and the program will begin.
This program will be an encouragement to you. In these days of being over extended and highly stressed, God can use you to minister to people we care about so much, especially pastors and missionaries.
The purchase the handbook, Compassionate Congregation, go to amazon.com. Karen Mulder is also available for workshops and seminars. E-mail her at email@example.com or through our office at firstname.lastname@example.org
God bless you today!
Larry George, President