The Innkeepers Podcast
A podcast by Sanctuary Inn – We believe we are called to equip, refresh, and restore God’s Global Workers. On this podcast we will be interviewing guests who have much to teach us about the many facets of Missionary Care. Let’s learn together and be encouraged to press on in the work that God has given each one of us to do.
Meet The Hosts
Steve Price (Sanctuary Inn Director) and Kara Githens (Sanctuary Inn Care Coordinator) together host this podcast. They each have lived the cross-cultural missionary life and have a deep understanding of the challenges and the beauty of living among worlds. On this podcast they are interviewing many amazing individuals with a wealth of knowledge and experiences to share about Missionary Care.
About The InnKeepers
In this brief introductory episode you will get a chance to meet “The Innkeepers” hosts Steve Price and Kara Githens. They share a bit of their life stories and how God brought each of them to serve and work at Sanctuary Inn and gave them a passion for Missionary Care
The Innkeepers: Introducing Ourselves
Do Missionaries Experience Trauma?
In this podcast we are privileged to speak with Dr. Steve Tracy, author of “Mending the Soul” and learn from him about the realities of trauma and missions. Do you ever wonder if you or a missionary you care about has experienced trauma and you’re not quite sure what to do? We hope this podcast will help answer your questions and give you direction and hope.
Season 1, Episode 1 | 38min
About Steven R Tracy, Ph.D.
Steve is the President and International Director for Mending the Soul, and professor of theology and ethics at Phoenix Seminary where he has taught since 1995. He has also served as a church pastor for fifteen years. Steve’s research and writing are focused on biblical ethics, sexuality, and abuse. He received a B.A. from Arizona State, an M.Div. and Th.M. from Western Seminary and a Ph.D. in Biblical Studies from the University of Sheffield (England) with a research focus on Pauline ethics. In addition to his domestic work, Steve, along with his wife Celestia, spend 4-8 weeks a year in East Africa coordinating and supervising international trauma training teams. Steve is the author of seven books and numerous book chapters and journal articles.