Status: Project 30% complete, Funding to-date 0%
THIS PROJECT ENABLES TRANSLATION AND SUPPLY OF ‘FEELS LIKE I’M BREATHING’
TO KOREAN MISSIONARIES AND PASTORAL CARE AGENCIES.
TOTAL PROJECT COST: $2,570 NZD
Enable mission organisations to better respond to issues of brokenness and woundedness among their people.
Contribute to more healthy and sustainable ministry situations among Korean missionaries
Help minimise the cost and disruption of bringing workers ‘home’ for counselling and care by providing a first-line pastoral care resource on the field.
Provide ongoing opportunities to support and collaborate in the area of global missions
SUMMARY: In mid-2019, over one hundred Korean missions leaders are convening to discuss emotional health and well being among cross-cultural workers. Korea is now the world’s largest sending country, and addressing the pastoral needs of Korean workers is a significant kingdom priority. We believe that partnering with Korean missions leaders to equip and resource their workers around the world, will result in more healthy and sustainable ministry situations, as well as encourage a more effective disciple-making approach toward they seek to reach for Jesus.
One of our Torn Curtain partners, Ruth Maxwell (Member Care, SIM Canada), will present a research paper at this convention. She will take a number of hard copies of ‘Feels Like I’m Breathing’ for delegates and will promote the online Korean version of the book.
TORN CURTAIN COLLECTIVE is partnering with a young Korean Christian, Jung Ho, to complete the translation.
THE ‘BOOKS FOR KOREA’ PROJECT INCLUDES:
SETUP AND translation FROM ENGLISH TO KOREAN $1200
KOREAN LANGUAGE PROOFING $370
COVER DESIGN (KOREAN VERSION) $250
conversion into Korean e-book $300
Fund 'Books for Korea' Project
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