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Praying for TCKs

Janet Chapman introduces TCKs and offers prayer pointers

Praying for TCKs

A TCK’s creative response in marbling after hearing the story Swirly. Different colours represent the countries where she had lived.

A TCK’s creative response in marbling after hearing the story Swirly. Different colours represent the countries where she had lived.

NO UNIVERSITY CHALLENGE TEAM BUZZED when asked “Abbreviated to TCK, what term, coined by Dr Ruth Useem, refers to a young person who has spent a significant part of their early developmental years outside their parents’ culture?” So don’t worry if you also draw a blank! TCKs are Third Culture Kids, a term which has nothing to do with the Third World, but everything to do with belonging to a community of those who have lived internationally as children. Missionary kids, army and diplomat kids are all TCKs.

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