I’ve seen them. They even make a widget for them. The countdown clocks and calendars, that is. Sometimes I understand because it’s a countdown to joy, but there are other times when I don’t get it at all. I’ll admit, I’m not incredibly time oriented. Clocks seem more like a suggestion to me than an [...]
MKs–missionary kids or missionaries’ kids–are one type of Third Culture Kid.
I’m continuing to guest post over on the PACE blog. Go check it out. Leave some feedback somewhere along the line.
Part Deux is up over on the PACE blog.
I’m guest blogging. Follow the link for what I’ve been learning about TCKs.
Ted is our resident TCB–Third Culture Bear.
The amazing TCKs I get to work with have created another cinematic marvel.
One of the projects the older TCKs accomplish during their Home Assignment Debriefing time at WorldVenture is to create a movie about transition.
Once a month or so I write a devotional for an online Bible reading and discipleship group that I help coordinate and lead. It’s for TCKs and largely by TCKs. I’m the only non-TCK in WorldVenture’s group. That’s by design. This week we’re chewing on 1 Kings 6-8. To save you from guessing what it’s [...]
I ordered this book without knowing much about it. A friend recommended it to me. I needed a new book to start teaching some soon to be TCKs about the chameleon, the TCK mascot.