‘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.
Three ways to make sure you don’t lose your passion for cross-cultural missions, even if fundraising and training feel like they’re taking FOREVER.
Our worker wasn’t sure the time was right to start inviting her brand-new Buddhist neighbor to a Christian camp, but God made the answer clear.
Our workers reflect on the many, many generous ways churches and supporters have welcomed them back for home service.
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.
Deep, mutual, honest, encouraging, faith-building friendships are worth the time and courage it takes to find and maintain those relationships.