Come along side front line Workers, pray and use your skills to bless the land, advance His ministry, exalted the love of Christ in cultural appropriate manner in Creative Access Nations.Many people take holiday each year. But what if they can use their holidays for something more meaningful? In the process they will see exotic places, wet their feet in missions, steps on various culture toes, meet interesting people and do something worthwhile.
Available for: Singles Couples Groups
Program will include visit significant cultural sites, meeting Kingdom Workers on the ground, prayer walks at different cities, interacting with local people.
This trip is specially geared towards professionals who don’t have long vacations to participate in conventional overseas cross cultural training/outreach programs in the Arab world.
We are looking for people who have an open heart to let God use them and their story to reach out, encourage and love the people as they serve Him here. Participants should be flexible and open to serving in different ways, and be culturally sensitive in sharing their faith.
Participants will stay at guest house or budget hotel, simple accommodation, but with everything you should need.
All meals will be provided.
You need to book and pay for your own travel to arrive November 12 Thursday before 6pm. Departure on Tuesday November 21, flight time from 6pm onward.
This trip will focus in one or two of the AP countries.
Please See "Travel".
Participants should be in generally good health and able to walk a bit each day. We can cater to some food allergies, but please ask.
Please check with embassy/consulate in your country.
All prices do not include airfare
Maria, a midwife, is moved to the COVID-19 ward during the coronavirus pandemic and has opportunities to talk with people and pray for them.
For Sophie, finding new friends sometimes means driving three hours into the desert and bumping over sand dunes in the back of a truck.
Paola y Daniel (Argentina) querían servir a Dios en otro país, pero sabían que no querían solamente arrastrar a sus hijos con ellos, sino que deseaban servir como familia.
Paola and Daniel (Argentina) wanted to serve God overseas, but knew they weren’t just taking their sons along for the ride—they wanted to serve as a whole family.
A physical therapist takes her career to the Middle East, treating pain in people’s bodies and pointing them to the one who provides peace to their souls.
Un pastor que sirve en la Península Arábiga, nos cuenta cómo los profesionales cristianos no son una clase diferente de misionero, sino que son el presente y futuro de las misiones.