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.
Every once in a while my grocery store has a big bin of hardcover books at great prices. Once it was a regular part of my shopping routine, but now everyone in my family owns a kindle. It no longer seems like a good idea to spend my time digging through the pile to find a gift for my nearest and dearest.
This is one of the best high school videos I’ve seen in a long time.
Summer began in earnest today.
My interns started working together and learning each other this week. We’ve started telling stories.
It’s graduation time all around the world . . . at least in MK, TCK, and many international schools. The graduates don’t always realize their identity is about to be called into question over and over and over again.
This video gives you a glimpse of some TCKs trying to answer the “Where’s Home?” question. There answers are insightful and quite typical of their people group.
My initial introduction to Alexander happened in chapel during my sophomore year of college. Chuck Colson introduced us.
They are usually spoken, and they are always dreaded. One is an unanswerable question. The other is often the feeling of death.