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MKs (missionary kids, third culture kids, TCKs) face challenges that few realize. Harrison's book offers honesty, empathy, and grace for the challenge. By: Jenilee Goodwin

AUTHOR(s): Goodwin, Jenilee
SOURCE: International Mission Board

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We are here to help you navigate today's culture and connect with your teen through meaningful conversations that last a lifetime. Axis offers a massive library of culturally-relevant guides, video, and audio for parents, a clear plan showing you how to use our content to converse with your kid, and a team of Gospel-focused researchers ready to answer your questions and pray for you.  Annual memberships are available. By: Axis.org
SOURCE: Axis

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Katie Rowe interviews Neil Pirolo, author of Serving as Senders—Today: How to Care for Your Missionaries as They Prepare to Go, Are on the Field and Return Home , and  The Reentry Team: Caring for Your Returning Missionaries.   The current edition of Serving as Senders—Today is a revision of the original, first published in 1991. Since then, it has been translated into 20 languages and has nearly a half million copies in print. In reference to missionary/member care, Neal wrote, “I have be...

AUTHOR(s): Rowe, Katie
SOURCE: A Life Overseas |

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The last couple months I’ve chatted with a half a dozen friends who are preparing for their reentry or are just beginning to find themselves navigating the unfamiliar familiar of the USA.  Every time I talk to someone about to make this transition, I’m transported back to my return ten years ago and think about […]

AUTHOR(s): , Ruthie
SOURCE: Rocky Re-entry

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