“What does a short-term mission trip to northern Baja, Mexico, look like?”
Strong Tower Ministries and Kids Around the World are hosting an interactive ministry open house in San Clemente, Calif., on Saturday, Feb. 22, that will help those attending answer the above question and many more questions about how to help the US neighbors just south of the border.
“A week or so in the missions field frequently becomes a defining experience for many of the people participating,” said DJ Schuetze, president of STM and author of Reciprocal Missions – Short-Term Missions That Serve Everyone. “When it does work well, short-term missions, like marriage, can be an incredible gift from God that changes the lives of those involved for the better. It’s worth all the effort.”
At the open house to be held in San Clemente, leaders from Strong Tower Ministries and Kids Around the World plan to teach those attending how to show love in “lots of big and small ways” by participating in actions such as food packing, woodworking, and playground installations.
They will also discuss various serving trips to Baja to interact with families, orphanages, migrant communities, and other mission-minded destinations.
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SOURCE: Assist News, Alex Murashko