This coming May, Dr. Ben Merkle is leading a mission trip to Southeast Asia.
Working with IMB missionaries, the team will spend the first half of the trip in a major city working with international students, including students from closed Islamic countries. Much will be spent sharing the gospel personally and perhaps through sports evangelism. For the second half of the trip, the team will move to a different city where they will engage nationals, prayer walk, and help train national leaders. All along the way, the team will work close with IMB missionaries, helping them to implement their overall strategy and understand the benefits of working alongside long-term missionaries. A major goal of this trip and class is for the participants to understand the basic worldviews of Muslims, Buddhists, and Hindus. Because English is commonly spoken in this country, students will be able to communicate with people without the need of a translator. Here are a few details you need to know.
Dates: May 16-28, 2015
For more information and to put your name on the dotted line, come by the CGCS in the Jacumin-Simpson Missions building and talk to Dayna White (email@example.com)
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