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Video interview of family who attended RE-VIEW.
Praying for MKs during a Crisis
Opportunity is given to process the missionary journey with experienced cross-cultural workers who care and to gain perspective on the next phase of life. RE-VIEW Online has been developed when face-to-face gatherings are not advisable and will provide teaching on such topics as transition, grief, loss, stress, and burnout. There will also be group and individual debriefing.
Missionaries transitioning from living cross-culturally have stories of joys and challenges. Debriefing their experience honours God’s call by recognizing and celebrating His fingerprints along the journey. A third party debriefing will provide the extra time, experience and confidentiality that missionary organizations may not be able to offer. As well, sharing and learning with other transitioning missionaries in a small group setting has proven to be very enriching.
Room and board (dorm-style accomodations). (In Person)
Set in a quiet, beautiful environment. (In Person)
Be able to participate wherever you are. (OnLine)
Reflect on your cross-cultural experience.
Share your story.
Meet with other missionaries in transition.
Learn from experienced missionaries.
Participate in one-on-one debriefing sessions.
Enjoy the comfort of small groups.
Think ahead prayerfully.
Fully process your experience as a single, a couple or a family.
If you have children or youth, for them to be debriefed in a specialized program.
Worship, pray & fellowship.
Please enjoy this interview of Mike & Diane Fietje as they share their experience about RE-VIEW for their children and themselves.
The fees below are special prices applicable to the 2021 Online program only.
Please contact us regarding younger children.
REGISTER for RE-VIEW Online 2021 HERE
Fees include room-and-board, instruction and materials.
NOTE: Based on double occupancy. There will be an extra charge for single rooms, if requested.
Pricing below is for the in person modality and does not apply to the 2021 Online program.
Wherever YOU are, from the comfort of your own home.
Three Hills, AB and Cambridge, ON.
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From the very beginning, the existence of the House of Omeed has been a story of miracles.
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It's not surprising, really. Where most young people entering higher education have left their home and fmily in another part of the country, TCKs have often left their entire universe behind - the sights, sounds, savors, customs, languages, mentalities, and belief systems of places that have little similarity and relevance in this new world.
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In this article, Michèle outlines ten tips that may help with transition.