Summer began in earnest today.
My interns started working together and learning each other this week. We’ve started telling stories.
This last week has been a blast. Mostly. The part that makes me say, “mostly” is the ugly side of my job.
It’s graduation time all around the world . . . at least in MK, TCK, and many international schools. The graduates don’t always realize their identity is about to be called into question over and over and over again.
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.
I spend a lot of time reading all over the internet. Some days my browser has so many open tabs that those tabs have shrunk to barely discernible bumps surrounded by arrows on either side of the screen to tell me there are more tabs in hiding.
My initial introduction to Alexander happened in chapel during my sophomore year of college. Chuck Colson introduced us.
They are usually spoken, and they are always dreaded. One is an unanswerable question. The other is often the feeling of death.
It’s not a book about Africa, but it’s a keeper.
Books on TCKs aren’t easy to find, but then again, they aren’t horribly difficult to find either. You just have to know what you’re looking for.