This episode is based on an article by the same name: MKs, Christ, and Core Identity.
The video of Stephen LeBlanc's compilation of who we are in Christ is here.
The shorter, printable version I used is here.
More of my MK-related resources can be found at the following links:
2. My playlist of video ”nuggets” on Youtube.
3. My novel about a missionary family, Of Stillness and Storm.
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The title of the podcast is a nod to the complex, beautiful, sometimes confounding, always life-shaping and ideally life-enhancing effects of growing up in the color swirl of cultures and worlds.
· MK or Missionaries' Kid – the child of missionaries.
· TCK or Third Culture Kid – someone who has spent a majority of his/her formative years in a culture other than his/her passport culture. This includes missionaries' kids, military kids, business kids, diplomats' kids, etc.
Music: Bethany J. Dueck.
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