Caring for Missionaries & Missionary Kids
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Classic ReBoot is a crash course about Canadian culture in a safe place for MKs (Missionary Kids) and TCKs (Third Culture Kids) ages 17-20. Especially designed to build relationships with others as part of easing the transition 'home' from the field, Classic ReBoot is an annual retreat for MKs to explore and learn about identity, transition and Canadian culture.
For more information and to register visit CLASSIC REBOOT on the MORE Network website.
MORE Network offers two MK (Missionary Kid) retreats: Classic ReBoot for MKs (ages 17-20) and Wilderness ReBoot for MKs (ages 21-35).
Plus, a collection of stories and helpful articles for TCKs (Third Culture Kids), written by TCKs and those who love them!
The most traumatic transition a missionary faces is repatriating to their passport country. Is that surprising to you?
MORE Network exists to bolster, strengthen and encourage Canadian Missionaries and their children in times of transition, particularly as they repatriate from the cross-cultural assignment.
RE-VIEW is a re-entry retreat that offers a period of reflection for cross-cultural workers (individuals, couples and families) in transition.
A collection of blog articles from MORE Network on topics such as missionary care; debriefing; re-entry to Canada; stories from Third Culture Kids and Missionary Kids; collaboration among missions organizations; testimonies; resources for TCKs & MKs; and much more!
The MORE Network Resource Library is a relational, collaborative, work in progress to provide resources for Member Care Providers, Church Mission Leaders, Cross-Cultural Workers and Third Culture Kids.