Three Ways Love Casts Out Fear

Articles, TCKs for Christ

Are you sick of living in fear? I know I am. The TCK life can introduce a myriad of fears – fear of interacting with people who may stereotype you, fear of not knowing what will happen in the next country, fear of committing social faux pas … you name it.

A friend once recommended that I write my fears down. Let’s do this small mental exercise together, shall we? Grab a pencil and jot five fears that come to your mind. Try to be as specific and honest as possible. 

For example, one of my fears is the pain of leaving people behind when I move to another country.

Now take a step back and look at your list. Ask yourself, “Why am I afraid of [insert fear]?” Note it down. Before you set your list aside, keep it near you throughout this article ….


Clarissa Choo is a vessel used for Christ’s glory. Although she has lived in four countries, heaven is her only home. She desires to love Jesus and sow His seeds. Besides writing, she would be washing dishes, chopping ingredients into smithereens, and recording music. You can find her writing at TCKs for Christ and Light Unto Darkness.




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2 thoughts on “Three Ways Love Casts Out Fear

  1. Hi Clarissa,

    Very pleasantly delighted by your very clear and enjoyable article.

    Yes. Fear of departures can often account for inaction and lack of involvement. Perhaps we can learn that love is not about attachment. Love helps us appreciate the love of God while we journey here on earth. I have much to say about fears as a child, and at different stages of growing up.

    Keep at it. You are doing very well with your writing.

    Have a blessed day.

    Robin Ho mobile: +(65) 9836 4534

    Liked by 1 person

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