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Be honest, when you think of cross-cultural workers as a whole, we are not known for being great at celebrating. Instead, we might be known for working hard, caring deeply about those we came to serve, being adept with converting time zones and currencies, and no-one knows the best places for good local food better […] Author: Amy Young   Source: Global Trellis

AUTHOR(s): Young, Amy
SOURCE: Global Trellis

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Those of you who lift weights will be familiar with “lower body” and “upper body” days. The thinking is that by targeting the lower body one day, you can rest the upper body, allowing the muscles to recover. Having upper and lower body days also allows for you to focus on one area instead of […]

AUTHOR(s): Young, Amy
SOURCE: Global Trellis

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Dear Graduating Senior, This spring I hugged you. I cried with you. I said goodbye to you. And then I looked into the faces of your parents as they said goodbye too. How can I express the depth of …

AUTHOR(s): Trotter, Elizabeth
SOURCE: A Life Overseas |

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Letting go of kids is hard, especially when the call of Christ takes them to places outside of a parent's comfort zone. Here are 7 lessons I've learned. By: Brenda L. Yoder

AUTHOR(s): Yoder, Brenda L.
SOURCE: BrendaYoder.com

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By Lauren Wells The topic of TCKs and grief is one that circulates often on online forums about TCKS, and there is a good reason for this: we know that TCKs deal with a significant amount of loss. …

AUTHOR(s): Wells, Lauren
SOURCE: A Life Overseas |

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