Am I Still Me?

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Marriage faces unique challenges when transplanted into a new context for life and ministry.  This article is one element from the CIT Next online course Marriage Remade.  Lawrence and Lois Dodds spent many years in the Amazon of Peru ministering cross-culturally. As they processed their own experiences and began to help other cross-cutural ministers, they formulated some concise ideas about what is happening when cross-cultural life and ministry brings on identity shifts

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Lawrence and Lois Dodds spent many years in the Amazon of Peru ministering cross-culturally. As they processed their own experiences and began to help other cross-cutural ministers, they formulated some concise ideas about what is happening when cross-cultural life and ministry brings on identity shifts.

Read the article “Am I Still Me“, reflecting on how you may have already begun to see some of the realities mentioned exhibiting themselves in you or in your spouse.

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