Helping families thrive overseas is at the heart of MK2MK. We want to equip Campus Crusade parents and their children to embrace the call God has placed on the entire family to serve Him on the mission field. We strive to encourage parents as they raise families in cross-cultural settings, and nurture a partnership with parents of our missionary kids. We love our MKs and are so grateful to be able to partner with their parents in this way!
We want to nurture a partnership with the parents of our missionary kids. Our team at MK2MK has a wide scope of educational experience in the overseas setting. We offer workshops for parents on stress, educational issues, and raising teens overseas. Our online resources are aimed to give parents additional support.
Check back to our website periodically for updated links and downloadable resources. Thank you for allowing us the privilege of being a part of your family’s life & ministry!
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