To a missionary kid, the phrase "MK" suggests a sense of identity and belonging, giving him a kindred spirit with other MKs, a context for mutual understanding and communication which he finds nowhere else.
No matter what part of the world they've come from, most MKs feel and recognize a special fraternal bond with other MKs. The Mu Kappa concept capitalizes on that built-in belongingness and has organized in a formal way what MKs have always felt.
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