Missionary’s kids are a special breed. They’ve traipsed around the globe with their parents sharing the Gospel as a family. But sometimes, they stand out just as much when they get back home as they did when they were on the mission field.
Here are a few ways you can pick them out in a crowd.
They can’t answer the question, “Where are you from?”
They wince when people mispronounce foreign words.
They have a passport, but no driver’s license.
They have a time zone map next to their telephone.
They do their devotions in another language.
They never ask what they’re eating, but munch away with a smile on their faces.
They watch NatGeo and recognize people.
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