The Role of the Family Abroad

by Rachel Pieh Jones on October 15, 2019

I’m on a whirlwind trip in the USA and am not going to waste your precious reading time with blathering nonsense that I summon through the mist of jet lag and book stuff, combined with medical stuff because When in the USA Thou Shall See the Doctor is one of the commandments for people living in the developing world, especially if said people have cancer.

Anyway.

No more words.

Go read this today instead:

Are Missionary Kids Little Missionaries?

It is in a special issue of Christianity Today. It quotes several people known and loved in this Life Overseas community.

The link here is a shareable link so even though officially the piece is behind a paid-subscribers only wall, this will take you to the full article.

I am so honored to be part of this community. Thank you for reading, thank you for encouraging. Thank you for the work that you do in all corners of the world.

Enjoy Are Missionary Kids Little Missionaries?

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About Rachel Pieh Jones

Rachel writes about life at the crossroads of faith and culture. Her work is influenced by living as a foreigner in the Horn of Africa, raising three Third Culture Kids, and adventurous exploration of the natural world. She has been published in the New York Times, Runners World, the Big Roundtable, and more. Check out her latest book, Stronger than Death: https://amzn.to/2P3BWiK Get all her stories and updates in the Stories from the Horn newsletter http://www.djiboutijones.com/contact/

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