It was a bit of a shock to realize I wasn't really prepared to understand the great mystery of interpersonal relationships, especially under the pressure of living in a cross-cultural context.
When I speak there are no heavenly hosts dancing around, astounded by the artful way I string my words and thoughts together.
Theodore Roosevelt once said, “Comparison is the thief of joy.” While this may not be true in all situations, it was in mine.
“I don’t know who I am anymore.” While this may sound like an odd statement to those who have never moved cross-culturally, it is one we’ve heard many times.
A fun, short story looking at issues with identity in a cross-cultural situation
Together we will unpack what it means to be a believer living in a cross-cultural situation, covering the theoretical as well as the practical and have fun doing it.