My name is Kristin Lossau, and I am the 6th grade teacher at BAICA. Being a part of an international culture has been a strong passion in my life since as long as I can remember. When I was five years old, my family and I moved to Russia as missionaries. There we had the opportunity to minister to orphans and needy families and share the love of Christ while also providing for their everyday needs.
Through out my childhood, God cultivated my love for different cultures and ways of life. After graduating from Taylor University and teaching in North Carolina for a couple of years, I felt the Lord leading me to research different schools around the world. When I came across BAICA, I could sense that it was the school where God was calling me to teach.
Teaching at BAICA over the past seven months has been a wonderful experience. I enjoy going to school each day and being able to teach the students about God and the wonderful plans that he has for each of their lives. Being a part of the BAICA family has truly been a blessing for me, and it is just that, a family. The whole staff works together as a unit, just as Romans 12:4-5 describes; we all use our talents and abilities to achieve the BAICA mission to foster a global education which instills a biblical worldview to promote understanding and acceptance of cultural diversity and the pursuit of lifelong learning. It is quite clear that all the BAICA staff has a calling to be here, and I am greatly honored to be apart of God’s plan here in Argentina.