‘It’s funny how you don’t know how much something means to you until you leave it behind.’ An ode to the extraordinary ordinaries that made up one third-culture kid’s life overseas.
Our approach changed drastically as our family grew and the length of our furloughs shrank. Find out what we did right — and what we did wrong.
Through the MK Harbor program, volunteer ‘cultural coaches’ support MKs as they deal with grief, navigate their new surroundings and need a listening ear.
Great advice for college-age MKs: Come with an open attitude and be a student of culture, just like you would anywhere else.
On the Global Missions Podcast, two adult MKs share what they’ve learned from decades of working with families engaged in global service.
Couple helps start a Down Syndrome Parent Association in Bulgaria, and rejoices as connections form between their church and these families.