You’re not in this alone.

And we’re here to remind you of that with our
monthly interview series.

Although every TCK’s life is different, with unique challenges, struggles, and blessings, we’re all connected by the similar themes of our experiences. In TCK Voices, we explore both the unique and the common in the lives of TCKs around the globe.

We love to hear from people like you. Find out how you can share your story by getting interviewed

TCK Voices: Adopted From China by a Military Family

Today we have Sarah with us. Welcome, Sarah! Can you tell us a bit about yourself and the different cultures you are part of? I was born in China where I was left at an orphanage. A few days later, I was placed in a loving foster home in rural China. I lived with my foster family…

TCK Voices: More Dominican Than American

When I returned to the States to go to college, I was fortunate enough to find several other students who were also missionary kids (MKs), and I expected to have found some common ground. This was far from the truth in my case, however…


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