We are a group of Adult TCKs who want to care for other Adult TCKs.
We envision Adult TCKs growing and flourishing in Christ-centered community.
We create spaces for adult TCKs to engage in community and equip them to navigate
the seasons of adult TCK life emotionally, relationally, and spiritually.
We desire that Adult TCKs have a healthy growing relationship with the
Lord Jesus Christ in the context of local and global communities.
We desire that Adult TCKs connect across life seasons and places through
in-person interactions and virtual spaces.
We desire that Adult TCKs pursue truth as they grow through the messiness
of relationships and personal development in their God-given story.
We desire that Adult TCKs be equipped and involved in their local church and
communities where they are known and treasured.
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- Annual Retreat
An annual retreat is held at the end of October in Southern Michigan. This faith-based retreat provides a safe space for self-reflection, intentional processing, community formation, connection making, and spiritual and emotional growth and healing. All post-university TCKs are welcome to attend. The session topics touch on the practicalities of living in the United States as adult TCKs.
- Virtual Pop-Ups
Throughout the year we host virtual get togethers to foster community.
- Virtual Book Studies
If you are interested in joining one or more of the following studies (meeting bimonthly), please fill out this google form.
- Tarmac is a 10-week guide to making sense of your multicultural story.
- The Journey provides space for adults to discover more deeply who God is and who they are so they can begin living out what God desires them to be and do. This 5-6 month curriculum is not specific to ATCKs but gives clarity and space to process being a TCK.
- Unstacking Your Grief Tower book club consists of a 10-week discussion of each chapter.
More and more resources are becoming available for ATCKs which is very exciting. These are some resources we have found helpful. Please let us know if you have suggestions to add to this list that benefit ATCKs.