Angie Sharp (Uruguay) explores the collisions of algebra and poetry, Spanish and English, parent and teacher, Summer and Christmas.
Britt Odemba (Kenya) recounts the challenges she faced in finding a school that could meet the unique needs of her daughter.
Steph Schulte (Republic of Congo) recalls the early days of her missionary service in Africa, when she was learning how to be a teacher for her kids.
Christine Lehman (Puerto Rico) talks with her son, Jonah about the differences between going to school in Spain and being homeschooled in Puerto Rico.
Mindy Thews (Taiwan) reflects on how Taiwanese culture impacts how she adapted her approach to classroom management and witnessing about Jesus.
Carter Cundiff (Latvia) is back, along with his parents- Quintin and Lindsay, reflecting on his vocation as a missionary.
Quintin and Lindsay Cundiff (Latvia) interview their son, Carter, about his experiences as a student at an international school in Riga, Latvia.
Barb Rebentisch (Taiwan) describes a few different gathering scenarios in Taiwan, saving the best two for last.
Megan Mantey (Africa) and her husband Mark host a traditional American Thanksgiving meal for their Ugandan neighbors.