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You had asked me about the books on my desk that are helpful for families and especially kids in transition. Families on the move – Marion Knell – http://www.amazon.com/Families-Move-Marion-Knell/dp/0825460182/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1337890391&sr=1-1 This one would be for you to read. The League of Super Movers … Continue reading
Paula Lundgaard writes delightfully about applying Titus 2:3-5 in teaching younger women the things their culture has neglected about how to be wives and mothers. Paula is a subscriber, so use the reply box below her article to give her … Continue reading
Who looks out for the needs of the wives of church planters? If you are one you’d like someone who has been through the challenges and joys and will “come alongside” you in support. That’s exactly what “Parakaleo” means and … Continue reading
Stalled in your language growth? Have you (or others) made decisions that have limited your growth in fluency? The following article includes good advice on making new progress. It is the third in a helpful series, the earlier articles discussing … Continue reading
The Benefits and Care of Single Missionaries Some Guidelines for Field Leadership The many single missionaries among us have made and continue to make significant sacrifices in order to follow God’s call into missions. Nearly one third of our “units” … Continue reading
The video at this link gives a good overview of Third Culture Kid experiences – having many homes, responding to change, the dynamics of relationships on the move, fitting many places but not fully anyplace. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FouOIB_AAfw&feature=share This is a helpful addition to our collection of TCK resources on our site.