Taking a LEARN & SERVE trip
Taking a trip out of your own comfort zone is one of the best ways of jump-starting a more radical life as a Christ-follower. As we link with national believers, life takes on a whole new perspective. Our family members may speak a different language and live with a different culture set, but in Christ, we have much in common and much to learn from one another.
If you would like to pursue getting more information about setting up a trip for your church, youth group, school, or even extended family, contact us.
TOGETHER IS BETTER
We take small groups (generally from one church) of 15 or less to places in Colombia and Nicaragua where we partner with a local church or ministry. We have locations in cities or in rural areas. Trips may be 7-10 days, or a bit longer. What happens on these tours is personalized to the desires and needs of the receiving location and the skills and abilities of the sending group. What is part of all teams is group devotions, prayer times, emphasis on humble servant attitudes and mutual opportunities to learn and serve.
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Forms for LEARN & SERVE Missions Trips
You will find Adult and Youth Application Forms in pdf format here. If you do not have pdf formatting on your computer, you may install free pdf software here, or you can fill it out here on this google form.
You can also Sponsor a trip or a team member.
RBW Missions is happy to accept applications from anyone interested in participating in a mission's insight trip but here are a few important facts:
1. THE GROUP
Generally, our trips are made up of one church putting together a group. Sometimes we will connect an extra person or two with a group - with their permissions.
Our team members need to be in agreement with our Statement of Faith.
We have some great locations where we already have stable contacts and we're happy to take you to these places in Colombia and Nicaragua. You can contact us if you'd like more information on opportunities and cost.
4. THE PURPOSE
These trips are dual purposed excursions - they're for the national church providing encouragement, support, and camaraderie in the labors for the Kingdom, but they're also for us as we learn from them and take on the role of servants and get out of our comfort zones. Team members usually comment that they felt more blessed than being a blessing.