Thriving in the First Missionary Term

Season: 2 Episode: 2

Connie Befus shares from her lifelong cross-cultural experience, her research, and training as a Psychologist how missionaries can survive and thrive beyond the first-term of service.

About Connie Befus, Ph.D.

Connie Befus
Connie Befus is a psychologist with 35 years of experience in providing for the mental and spiritual health needs of international cross-cultural workers. She grew up in Africa, the daughter of career international workers and served with her husband in Latin America for 17 years. She has also worked in private practice, as a psychological consultant for six sending organizations, and as a Director of Member Care for sending organizations for 17 years. She has two adult Third Culture Kids. Her doctoral research explored effective helps for people in the midst of cross cultural adjustment. She is the author of Sojourner’s Workbook: A Guide to Thriving Cross-Culturally.

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