Traveling on a mission to fulfill the Great Commission is personally rewarding and spiritually uplifting for all involved. Each mission represents a distinct set of opportunities to fulfill and obstacles to overcome. Choosing the right travel service partner allows mission organizers and participants to focus on what truly matters – spreading the Word of God both near and far.
Monthly Archives: April 2016
Liberia is a beautiful country with a lot of heart, but it also faces many challenges. War has torn down its infrastructure, the recent Ebola outbreak has weakened its medical services, and it is one of the world’s poorest countries. This makes it a country in dire need of help. Groups embarking on travel missions to Liberia need to be informed to focus their efforts and stay safe. Here are three things you need to know.
Pre-teens and teenagers need experiences that push them out of their comfort zones. Often, missionary trips are a good place to start. Most children in these age groups are eager to travel and experience new parts of the world. Parents, however, may worry about whether sending their child abroad is safe. Ministry Travel, with its many years of serving ministerial and missionary travelers, would like to offer some tips for parents sending their children into the mission field.
There is nothing quite like the bond that comes from being brothers and sisters in Christ. When you and your Christian family witness together during mission travel, that bond becomes even stronger. Traveling together strengthens your faith and friendship, but making friendships in the mission field is life changing. Bind your Christian family and spread the love of Christ to new friends on your mission trip. Here are some ways to cement those new friendships.