missionary kids

MK Then and Now

 

Where Are They Now?

Ever wonder if the featured missionary kid in our MK Profiles still loves mac and cheese or still wants to be a lion tamer when he or she grows up? Each month, we’ll give “Where Are They Now?” updates on MKs we featured in the 2000s. We hope this will be a lot of fun and will provide children with a better idea of how their prayers today make a difference in the lives of MKs for years to come.

Show Love to MKs Transitioning to College in the US

portrait of female college student smiling at camera

Throughout the summer, many International Mission Board workers will send their kids back to the United States to start college.

Making Educational Choices

During our first overseas missions assignment, our children attended an international school that catered to children of the international diplomatic and business communities as well as the wealthier citizens of the local community. The school was bilingual.

Making Difficult Decisions About Schooling

We arrived in Bangkok, Thailand, in July 1990, with an 8-month-old baby boy. In all the thoughts of transitioning to a new country, it never occurred to us that there wouldn’t be a school for our children to attend.

MK Schooling

We truly counted it a privilege to serve as International Mission Board (IMB) missionaries. Our family was blessed beyond measure, not only for the financial support, but for the spiritual and emotional support as well.

This Month - April

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