Our 5 C’s of Missionary Care


We’ve been there. We are there. We understand because we are missionaries.


All conversations are strictly confidential.


As professionally trained Life Coaches, we offer a wonderful skillset to help missionaries move forward in their lives and ministries.

We also offer counseling and consultation based upon our training and a missionary’s needs.


Trained in Critical Incident Stress Management, Mental Health First Aid, Depression Recovery, Line of Duty Death, and a host of other disciples we bring many helps to a missionary’s moment of need.

Many sessions are conducted via social media as well as visits to the field and hosting some missionaries at Shepherd’s Missionary House in Grandbury, Texas.

Christ’s Sufferings

In every hardship and challenge of missionary life, Christ’s suffering for us is our example to find comfort in our time of need.

See 1 Corinthians 1:4 & 12:8-10

My Newest Book!

Support our Ministry, and I will send you an autograph copy of this book. Or, another one of my books at your choosing. God bless. Don Mingo

Shepherd’s Missionary House
in Grandbury, Texas

This is my story, our story, of my rugged path with PTSD. It’s how we ended up here seeing my PTSD as a gift to reach out and encourage others; particularly missionaries.

Through my Valley of the Shadow of Death, I developed B.A.C.K.S. – B.A.C.K.S. is a 5 step approach to helping people deal with their afflictions, addictions, and maladies.

Missionary to Missionary Care was birth through many sufferings with PTSD. It sees God in the Valley of the Shadow of Death.

It realizes that God works in our weaknesses. (2 Corinthians 12:8-10)

Come, take the journey with me. See God in the midst of your sufferings.

Missionary Coaching

Honored to Speak to over 300 missionaries @ the

Honduran Fellowship of Missionaries and Ministries


2 Hour Session with missionaries in Europe. Kathy enjoys a session with a missionary wife in Central America.

Helping Missionaries Serve Longer and Stronger

Don & Kathy Mingo