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Third Culture Kids

Robert Brown and his sister along with Helen Pearl Scott and Boyd Reese. Their parents moved to the Rhodesias in the mid 1920's.

Culturally, the child of a missionary does not belong to the first culture (of the parents) or the second (of the mission field).  Instead, the child belongs to a unique mixture, the third culture—which can leave the child feeling out of place in the first and the second.  Unrecognized and unresolved issues can affect an entire life-time.  Fortunately, recent research along with abundant experience can assist both parents and children.

Roy (now deceased) and Jaxie Palmer reared eight children on two mission fields.

InterMission members are committed to helping Third Culture Kids in their transitions.  We believe they need tools which will help them throughout life.  They also need to know they are not alone; they need to meet and come to love many other kids just like themselves.  InterMission hosts a camp each summer called Global Reunion specifically for TCKs.  InterMission also has special classes for TCKs at each ReEntry and InterNational InterMission.


To see photos of Global Reunion, ReEntry and InterNational InterMissions, click on the link or go to History.

Do you want to attend an InterMission event? Find out if you qualify. Fill out one registration per family unit for ReEntry or InterNational InterMission events; each family member who will attend Global Reunion must register individually.

Please fill out our contact form and tell us where you work and the congregation that supports you.

News and upcoming events



The next Re-Entry will be held in Edmond , OK on Friday and Saturday, September 11-12, 2020.  It will be an intensive two days filled with discussion on subjects such as fitting into the American church and adjusting to American culture. There will be separate classes for children.

local Christians will provide food and housing making the event free to participants.


Because we are not able to have the Global Reunion this year, we will have a special program just for teens.


Our team is eager to spend two days  hearing your stories and sharing ours, and providing you with a refreshing time of learning and fellowship.


Please register as soon as you can in order to attend this free event. 




Because ot the current world pandemic, we are unable to host our Global Reunion in 2020. We have people that attend from different parts of the world so it is not feasible at this time. 


Please consider joining us for the ReEntry in September. We will be having a special program just for teens.


InterNational InterMission


The last InterMission was held during Easter weekend, April 18-22, 2019, at Brackenhurst Conference and Training Centre, Nairobi, Kenya. We have been dialoging with a South American country working to arrange the next InterNational InterMission. Since 2020 has met with worldwide difficulites, we are aiming for 2021.