Loving and Supporting MKs: One Church's Story


What are some ways you could love and encourage the MKs you know? Here's a story of how one church practically loved and supported MKs!

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World Mental Health Day 2021


3 Articles + 1 Library for World Mental Health Day 2021. Resources for Cross-Cultural Workers & Third Culture Kids. 

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Memoirs from a Missionary Mom: On Loneliness


During our first year in Chavuma, Zambia with four boys five years old and under, most days I didn’t get past the clothes line, pegging out loads of diapers and laundry. Even without small children, life in developing countries where many missionary mothers serve is characterized by hard work ...

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Finding Community as a TCK (Third Culture Kid)

Have you ever felt alone in a group? Have you felt disconnected even while others around you were laughing and smiling and having a good time? In those moments, did you feel like people saw you? Did you feel like people asked to get to know you or asked how you were feeling or what was happening in your inner world?

To be seen, heard, and known for who we really are is the essence of connected community.

Alysia shares insights on community from the perspective of a TCK (Third Culture Kid).


MORE Network Resource Library - Launch

Congratulations to the MORE Network on the launch of the new MORE Network Resource Library! 


Recommended Podcast: Pondering Purple

A recommended podcast for MKs (Missionary Kids) & TCKs (Third Culture Kids) and those who love MKs & TCKs! 


The Importance of Community

Agreement on all aspects of life and ministry are not a requirement for community. In fact, strong relationships are built on healthy dialogue, disagreement, and mutual respect. God calls us far beyond comfortable relationships to accomplish His work in our lives and in the lives of those we serve with.


What’s Next? The Future We Were Not Looking For...

Learning to be resilient in 2021 Mission Life. How COVID has changed plans for missionaries, the impact of living through the “in between” & ideas for walking through this experience in community.


When Missionaries’ Kids Become Adults – What’s Next?

As the years pass living in my home country of Canada, I have sensed a growing disconnection from my TCK (Third Culture Kid) background. My second, third, and fourth homes across the globe are more distant than they’ve ever been. Maintaining relationships from each of these places only gets harder.

And while I am deepening both my local relationships and my familiarity with Canada, I don’t feel I fully belong here, and probably never will.

There is a quiet but constant reminder that I am different; a gentle tug to be somewhere else.


Coming Soon: MORE Network Resource Library

MORE Network Resource Library ... Coming Soon to a Computer Screen Near You!


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