Once a month or so I write a devotional for an online Bible reading and discipleship group that I help coordinate and lead.Â It’s for TCKs and largely by TCKs.Â I’m the only non-TCK in WorldVenture’s group.Â That’s by design. This week we’re chewing on 1 Kings 6-8.Â To save you from guessing what it’s […]
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.
It’s not a book about Africa, but it’s a keeper.
I found this video a few years ago while preparing to speak to a varied group of Third Culture Kids.
As I rummaged around youtube last week I found some interesting videos made by TCKs. Here’s one of them.
Often, “Where’s home?” or “Where are you from?” are the most awkwardly answered questions.
When “insane” and “crazy busy” are my life’s major adjectives, paper takes over.
I first discovered my love for an outdoor shower at Jones’ Beach in New York.
Tears of joy mingled with salty homesickness as we linked arms, sat, and listened to the speaker. I was home and yet so far from home.