- Health and safety during travels
- Learning posture toward partner organizations
- People will come to know Jesus
- Team would return excited for God's next step
Join us in specific prayer for our upcoming Exposure Trip teams before they go to Cambodia and Ethiopia. Pray for health and safety during travel and no exposure to COVID. Pray that they would have a learning posture towards the organizations they are working with and that people will come to know Jesus. Pray that the teams will come back excited for the next step God has for them.
with AGAPE INTERNATIONAL MISSIONS
December 30/31- January 9/10, 2021
Phnom Penh, Cambodia
16,195,00 million people in Cambodia
1.77% Evangelical (3.2% Christian)
Megan Weber, Kayleigh Royer, Chris Beery, Karlee Pottorff, Matt Olson, Tiffany Brassfield, Danae Manibog, Mike Cirricione
We will be working with Agape International Missions in a village near Phnom Penh, Cambodia. AIM's work is to rescue, restore, and reintegrate survivors of sex trafficking through Christ's love and gospel, to prevent sexual slavery by planting and equipping the church to do the same in vulnerable and exploited communities worldwide.
There we will be working alongside AIM's church by helping lead a Bible study, lead in a church and team building. In the afternoon, we will be doing outreach to people who work in the local brick factories, leading more workshops or doing VBS with the local neighborhood kids.
with PAN-AFRICAN ACADEMY OF CHRISTIAN SURGEONS
January 13-24, 2021
114,025 million people in Ethiopia
18.14% Evangelical (59% Christian)
Josh Hawley, Maddie Yee, Liz Chuhlantseff, Ellen Middleton, Sandra Huizar, David Quenzer
This trip is part medical and non-medical trip. Medical health workers will have the opportunity to work at the hospital, while the non-medical work team members will be doing VBS for missionary children, spending time with children who are in the hospital, and with the missionary school.
The hospital is located in Soddo, a city of roughly 80,000 people in southwestern Ethiopia, about 200 miles (330km) from Addis Ababa. It is the center of the Wolaitta region, which has about 2.5 million inhabitants and is one of the most populated and impoverished parts of Ethiopia.