Are you moving to another country in the next 3 to 9 months?
Or maybe you have already moved recently? Or maybe due to Covid-19, you had to deal with unexpected and unwanted relocation?
Planned and unplanned repatriation and relocation is both exciting and daunting. In order for you and your family to make that transition well it’s imperative to be fully informed and fully equipped for what’s next. If you want to acquire the skills necessary for a smooth transition, we invite you to join the Departure Hall seminar. This is an online Zoom seminar where the expert speaker and author Tanya Crossman will be discussing transitions and changes for singles and families.
Date: May 21st (Saturday)
Time: 9 am – 12 pm
Registration is required. Zoom ID will be sent to registered participants.
About our Speaker:
Tanya Crossman is an internationally recognized expert and speaker on Third Culture Kids and issues facing cross-cultural families. Tanya is the author of Misunderstood: The Impact of Growing Up Overseas in the 21st Century, a book which opens a window on the experience of an international childhood in the internet age.
For enquiry, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Some Feedback from Participants of Departure Hall 2019
“love this today! Tanya was excellent. Everything she said was valuable, helpful. Thank you Tanya for helping fix my mistakes in moving in the past! It’s not too late to help my kids grieve their losses so they can move forward.”
“I think this session has been practical in letting me know what to expect in transitions and that there are people who have been there and know what it feels. These things I can think of/take time to consider before I repatriate.”
“feeling not alone being a frequent mover, realizing what we can begin doing right to prepare better settling in”
“the speaker gave so much information and details that were applicable. Fellowship with others. Biblical perspective”
“it’s nice to have the church family process the transition together! Transition is so difficult and it’s good that we can talk about it together. It’s good that things we talked about is so practical and spiritual together, very well balanced”