My Pilgrimage in Mission

Hale Jr., Thomas
January 2005
International Bulletin of Missionary Research;Jan2005, Vol. 29 Issue 1, p35
Academic Journal
Presents an article on engaging in a medical mission in Nepal. Reasons behind the willingness to serve in Nepal; Importance of tending to the spiritual need of patients; Views on the problem posed by interpersonal conflict to missionaries.


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