Posts Tagged "education planning"

Getting Your Organization On Board With Education Planning

Posted by on Feb 22, 2016 in Blog | 0 comments

Getting Your Organization On Board With Education Planning

Today’s article is by Kay Baker, a member of PACE’s leadership team. Kay is responsible for all activities related to PACE’s “Education Planning for Families in Transition” course. Kay serves as an education consultant with SHARE Education Services and lives with her husband and son in Sweden. When she’s not consulting with families, she sings with a local gospel choir and hosts dozens of visitors in her home each year. Scenario: The Doe family is anxious to get to the field and get started in ministry. They want to arrive as quickly as possible. Their...

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Creating TCK Education Policy for Sending Organizations

Posted by on Apr 29, 2015 in Blog | 0 comments

Creating TCK Education Policy for Sending Organizations

Earlier this year, PACE hosted a virtual meeting focused on TCK education policy for consultants who involved in developing policy at the organizational level. Four panelists shared their experience and insights with us, each from a different sending organization. Below is a summary of what we learned. General requirements for each organization Each member of the panel works with an organization that does not mandate how a family is to education their children. Several require education plans of families prior to leaving for the field, either through a process within their own organization...

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PACE Highlight: “Education Planning for Families in Transition”

Posted by on Jan 26, 2015 in Blog | 0 comments

PACE Highlight: “Education Planning for Families in Transition”

Today’s article is by Kay Baker, a member of PACE’s leadership team. Kay is responsible for all activities related to PACE’s “Education Planning for Families in Transition” course. Kay serves as an education consultant with SHARE Education Services and lives with her husband and son in Sweden. When she’s not consulting with families, she sings with a local gospel choir and hosts dozens of visitors in her home each year.   Education Planning for Families in Transition is an online course in which an education consultant leads families through...

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Planning with a Long-Range Perspective

Posted by on Apr 22, 2013 in Blog | 1 comment

For this week’s blog, we offer this classic article regarding TCK education by the retired TCK Ministries Director of AIM.  Starting as a teacher at Rift Valley Academy in Kenya, she has spent 29 years working with TCKs and their families, mainly those based in Africa. Jeremiah 29:11 is often quoted among those serving overseas. Why? Because they remind us that He has thought about us, He is in control and what He has planned for us is not only for our good, but is for our long-term good. The words encourage us and comfort us. They are the basis from which we have the courage to step out in...

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