Norfolk link to teaching opportunity with TCKs
A Norfolk couple working in Asia have been helped by teachers of Third Culture Kids, and a programme is now inviting more people to get involved with it.
The programme is for young adults and new professionals up to 30 years old who are looking to make their mark in the mission world by working with missionary children (Third Culture Kids or TCKs). The work could be in the UK or in Asia. The organisers are providing a space to reflect on the word of God and be inspired by seasoned missionaries who have embarked on the journey they are currently considering.
The group will be holding a meeting for anyone interested in teaching Third Culture Kids. It will take place from 10am to 12 noon on Saturday February 5 via Zoom.
“Come and join us for a morning of learning from those working in education and support roles across Asia,” write the organisers. “Find out about their journey, the impact they have had on Third Culture Kids and explore options on how you can serve. There will be quizzes, a time of biblical reflection and plenty of time for discussion and prayers.”
NextGen is part of the Overseas Missionary Fellowship (OMF), which was founded by James Hudson Taylor in 1865 as the China Inland Mission. OMF serves the Church and shares the good news of Jesus Christ with countries across East Asia.
To register, email Vatha at UK.U30Rep@omfmail.com