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Strengthening the Marriage of Missionary Couples
Maintaining a strong marriage on the mission field can be difficult.
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Overview

The life of a missionary is rewarding, but full of challenges, even for missionary couples. Calls to service aren't the same. Adjustments to the new environment are different for each spouse. Moving overseas creates a new lifestyle to mold into.

Download these six articles if you're a missionary couple looking to learn from other couples in the field. You'll get practical steps to handle conflict and nurture your marriage. These articles are also helpful for churches or individuals to understand the unique challenges of married missionaries.

This Resource contains all of the following:

Divided by the Great Commission
How could we endure conflicting views on a missionary career?

Challenges on the Field
Why marriage on the mission field isn’t easy.

Six Ways to Nurture Marriage on the Mission Field
Practical ways to keep your marriage vital.

5 Myths of a Missionary Marriage
Survival skills for couples on the field.

Challenges of Missionary Marriages
Helpful ways to untangle a couple’s problems.


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Topics:Calling, Communication, Conflict, International outreach, Marriage, Missions, Servanthood, Unity
Filters:Family ministry, Marriage counseling, Marriage counseling, Missions, Pastoral care, Shepherd, Spiritual director
References:Matthew 28:18-20, 1 John 3:16, Philippians 2:1
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