WHO GOES TO CHINA?
Whether participants have just completed college or have years of experience under their belts, single adults have a meaningful opportunity to invest in the lives of the people they serve. Because singles often have more free time to build friendships, they are amazed at the depth of the relationships they form with their students.
Married couples teaching in China often find that the marriage relationship they model goes a long way toward expressing what they value in their lives. Upon seeing the strong love that couples have for each other, students want to know more about it. Many married couples find that through sharing their lives with students, their own relationship grows and develops as well.
A strong family unit can be a powerful magnet to students and those in the community. Most parents find that their children adjust more quickly and easily to life in China than they themselves do. Parents are encouraged as they see their children build relationships with other children and are surprised at how many doors these simple relationships can open.