Schools for children of mission workers are a vital part of missions around the world. They help facilitate global ministry by providing a strong educational environment for children, allowing parents to do what God has called them to do. In this video, hear what three One Challenge workers say about the ministry of Faith Academy […]
Where is home for a TCK? This question puzzles most mission workers’ kids (MK) and third-culture kids (TCK). Their lives have been defined by going back and forth between fields of service and the birthplace of their parents. “Where is home?” may be common question for all people. However, before and during “home” assignment or […]
Looking at the varied life experiences of Third Culture Kids (TCKs), with their physical and developmental “journeys” throughout life, what might a profile of this distinctive and wonderful group of people include? Each person has “upsides” and “downsides” in his/her life experiences that are unique. However, if we look at TCKs as a group, they […]
MKs and TCKs often ask, “Who am I?” Some answers from an MK One MK* answered the question, “Who am I?” this way: “WHEN I WAS GROWING UP, adults always asked me what I was going to be, but there came a time when what I was going to be wasn’t as important as who […]
Did you know there is a “hidden people group” that is growing? The mission movement has mushroomed over the past 50 years…both U.S. mission workers and recently even more among non-western countries. Although this “hidden” group has been given increasing attention in some areas in the past 25 years, many people are still not aware […]
Three university students, who have lived overseas as OC missionary kids (MKs) with their parents, answer some frequently asked questions… topics people ask about the impact of mission service on families with children.