A few weeks ago, I had the honor of interviewing Lori McDaniel – former missionary to Zambia and current global mission catalyst for the International Mission Board – about raising missional kids.
The article, which appeared recently in the TEXAN newspaper, was of great personal interest to me as I try to keep my own two guys on the right track. I was eager to hear Lori’s insight into how her own three children – now ages 21, 20, and 15 – felt about living on the mission field and how it impacted their walk with Christ and perspective on the world.
Her counsel didn’t disappoint. It was full of everything I needed to hear:
1) I don’t need to be professional missionary to raise missional kids.
2) Being missional starts with me.
and most importantly,
3) how I can start to raise missional kids right now.
Click here to see the full interview, and be sure to share it to encourage other missional mothers you know.