Although military kids walk the same school hallways as other teens, they live in a much different world. For them, being called a military "brat" is like being called a "brother" or "friend." Military brats attend four to as many as six different schools between sixth-grade and their senior year. Many move to foreign countries. Most are likely to live with only one parent while patiently enduring a six- to 18-month deployment of their other parent. In their world, uncertainty has become the only constant.
Recognizing that "Reaching a World of Kids" includes those on military installations, Young Life Military has been ministering to military kids for almost 50 years.
Serving in the United States and 10 European and Asian countries, Young Life Military walks the halls with military teens and their families to help them face the unique and challenging aspects of military life.Learn More