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What Is It Like To Come On A Short Term Mission Trip?

Being a part of a short term mission trip is a life changing experience. 

Mission trips don’t just help people in the community that need it. It’s true that they do help people, but more than that, you will see God work in ways that you’ve never seen before. He will help you see things in a whole new perspective. He will give you the opportunity to be part of a community with your other team members. And He will help you grow closer to Him.

 

We have been blessed to have had teams here this year. We love being able to see team members interact with the students, the kids, and the members of the community. It is wonderful because even though most teams don’t speak Spanish, they are still able to connect and show love to the people here.

If you would like to be part of a mission team, you can get in touch with us and we will send you information on teams traveling from your area! We would love to connect with you and tell you more about what a trip looks like. Consider being part of a team, because being part of a short term mission trip is truly a
life changing experience.

You can check out more about what it is like to come on a short term mission trip by watching our newest video!

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