Soul Care and Discipleship for Missionary Kids Through the World Mission Department in University Bible Fellowship
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SubjectAsian Missionary Kids
Missionary Kids (MKs)
Third Culture Kids (TCKs)
This project seeks to encourage missionary children (MKs) and Third Culture Kids (TCKs) in University Bible Fellowship through the biblical soul care and discipleship during the MK camp. Chapter 1 introduces the ministry context of University Bible Fellowship, the rationale for the Asian MK care, and its goals. Chapter 2 provides the theological basis for MK care and discipleship through the exegesis of Matthew 22:35-40, 28:18-20, and 1 Peter 1:1-12. Chapter 3 explains MK care's biblical foundation and methodology for presenting issues: the identity, the sense of loss and belonging, and the conflict resolution. Chapter 4 details curriculum, the process of caring, and discipleship for MKs through teaching and administering a pre-and post-series survey. Chapter 5 evaluates the efficacy of the project, suggesting further development. Comprehensive biblical soul care can provide MKs comfort and a hopeful purpose to grow in wisdom and Christlikeness through family and Christian fellowship.