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Mission Trip

Transcript: "Pure and genuine religion in the sight of God the Father means caring for orphans and widows in their distress and refusing to let the world corrupt you." James 1:27 Uganda Population: 10.1 million # of orphans: 750,000 Avg. life expectancy: 62 yrs old Extreme poverty 54% of pop. living on less than $1 a day 78% of pop. living on less than $2 a day Poor social programs, and unequal access to education Guatemala Population: 32.7 million # of orphans: 2.7 million Avg. Life expectancy: 53 yrs old 50% of pop. under the age of 15 Overwhelming poverty Most Ugandans work 2-3 jobs and still lack food and water-most of their basic needs Orphans are left to fight for survival and often become victims of abuse and exploitation C.H establish CarePoints in strategic areas with the highest population of orphans – many have up to 1,000 orphans living within a three-mile radius. <iframe src="" width="608" height="342" frameborder="0" webkitAllowFullScreen mozallowfullscreen allowFullScreen></iframe> DOUBLE CLICK ON THE UNDERLINED LINK ABOVE TO WATCH A BRIEF VIDEO <iframe src="" width="400" height="300" frameborder="0" webkitAllowFullScreen mozallowfullscreen allowFullScreen></iframe> DOUBLE CLICK ON THE UNDERLINED LINK ABOVE TO WATCH A BRIEF VIDEO Things to think about when traveling: Vaccinations should be given 6 weeks prior to traveling (Hep A+B, Typhoid, Rabies, Yellow fever, Meningococcal Meningitis) Antimalarial drugs Ethiopia photo credit Nasa / Goddard Space Flight Center / Reto Stöckli Population: 82.8 million # of orphans: 4.6 million Life expectancy: 56 yrs old High risk for infectious diseases Only 42% of adults are literate extreme drought conditions HopeChest partners with existing orphanages and drop-in centers <iframe src="" width="400" height="300" frameborder="0" webkitAllowFullScreen mozallowfullscreen allowFullScreen></iframe> DOUBLE CLICK ON THE UNDERLINED LINK ABOVE TO WATCH A BRIEF VIDEO Population: 1.1 million # of orphans: 150,000 Highest rate of HIV/AIDS in the world (1 in 4 adults have HIV) Life expectancy: 46 yrs old Through community sponsorship: kitchens, daily feeding, weekly discipleship programming, wells, school buildings, community centers, and garden projects are possible. South Africa Swaziland Population: 50.1 million # of orphans: 3.4 million Life expectancy: 51 yrs old High HIV/AIDS (18%), malnutrition, tuberculosis Children's Hopechest began an orphan care initiative partnership with Focus on the Family Africa assistance with most basic necessities of life (food, clean water, and proper sanitation) to opportunities to break the cycles of poverty through job training and micro-enterprise opportunities. Population: 13.8 million # of orphans: 370,000 56% of pop. living in poverty Severe food shortages Public education worst in Central America High drug use Extreme gap between rich and poor Haiti Where to Serve?

Mission Trip

Transcript: Mission Trip Mission Trip to Uganda Where: Uganda When: Summer of 2021 (Approximately) Why: You will grow in your faith and spread the word of God Mission Trip WHY UGANDA? Uganda is one of the countries known for poverty. In 2016, 1.5 million children in Uganda were homeless. Approximately 133,000 Ugandan children that are suffering from growth or development issues. Uganda has 2.5 million orphans. Of that 2.5 million, 1.2 million of those children lost their parents because of aids. More than 23 million people do not have clean water. WHY UGANDA? History History The first North American mission trip was in 1991. Teen missions started going over in 1992. 41 million people live in Uganda. English is spoken there, along with many tribal languages and dialects. Poverty and AIDS are two horrible realities that many Ugandan’s face on a regular basis. Purpose Purpose of mission trips in Uganda are to spread the word of God, provide medical attention, and children’s ministry. The purpose of mission trips are not only to help others, and to spread God’s word, but to grow in your own faith. Purpose of Mission Trips Ministries - Orphan Ministry — You will work with orphans at village schools and churches. Many of the children are orphans off the streets who lost their parents due to AIDS. You might to evangelism or medical check-ups for the children, as well as helping the kids with school. - Children's Ministry — There’s possibilities of having VBS or sports camps for kids in Uganda. - Maintenance — Maintenance is an ongoing need in Uganda Ministries in Uganda More Ministries - Medical work — Checkups for children and nearby clinics. Will involve — Clinic set-up, treat wounds or illnesses, pharmacy, packing medicines, and evangelism. (NOT required to be medically trained to work clinics!) - Revival services at several village churches - Teaching Sunday schools and Bible studies - Hut-to-hut evangelism - Teaching hygiene classes Ministries in Uganda Estimated Budget Double click to edit Estimated Budget Budget Before you go

Mission trip

Transcript: Well a mission trip is a trip people take to go out of the country and take there own time to help others in places like Uganda, and Guatemala but there are many more. Also, they want to give them food to be healthy, clothes to be warm, and other things they may not have or just want and fresh water. That is what a mission trip is.. Opener Hey I'm going on a Mission Trip tag along. I think you will love it if you have no clue what i mean by a Mission Trip. I'm going to tell you what I mean. I'll say it really means something to the people in those countries who really don't have anything and they get to have that time with you and you fell good about yourself to help them too. people like you who go out and literally change yourself and those people. lets get started A mission trip near by hoped you liked it! Get ready to change the world.....and change yourself. Food for the Hunger sends teams from churches like your 16 countries in Latin,America,Asia. You can change their life by all these things. i hoped you got the idea of a mission trip and how it works. Remember you can do this any time but i would wait till your a little bit older till you go out of the country without your your family.. i loved sharing this with u hoped you loved it if not you might have the idea. it really means something to them A family from my church is going to Uganda to celebrate Christmas with them for they can have a real Christmas they may have not have before so this could be a great example of a mission trip you can learn from.. Seeing yourself on a mission trip

Kairos Mission trip Presentation

Transcript: Well. We want to show God's love through our serving the community So whats going on? So please donate! we simply wont be going without your help! The one that matters is: It means that the gap between: Kairos mission trip 2013 and you are very welcome to join us and get sponsored for it! Heres what we'll be dressed as 3rd Please sponsor us! Moscow itself is the capital and largest city of Russia. the population of Moscow is roughly 10,524,400. Though we still think of Russia as a super power the collapse of the Soviet Union left 40% below the poverty line. Since then that number has been reduced to around 13% of the population- that's 18,642,000 but on the other end of the scale Russia has 96 billionaires, second only to the US. Russia is also rated as the second most corrupt country in Europe. We have a couple of options for you The three of us are going to be spending an entire week dressed in rather silly costumes. We all have personal reasons but 1st and most important is prayer. Please pray that we can make a difference in that community and Show Gods love+ that the trip runs smoothly and safely! This Year the trip is to Moscow, Russia to help with a Christian youth camp So you might be thinking, How can I help? SO yeah....Thats it. Thank you so much for your attention We'll be around after the service so if you have any questions or anything at all to say please come and find us! We also have sponsorship forms and Challenge forms if you would like to sponsor or challenge us! We are also doing a sponsored cycle ride around bewl water while dressed in our silly outfits! 2nd We also need to raise money to pay for the trip. There is three of us going and between us we need to raise £3,000 is alot greater than you think Here! So what do these Numbers mean? So why do this? So what are we going to be doing about it while we are out there? We will be working on a Youth camp that's run by several Moscow Churches and Moscow youth for Christ. We will be teaching English along with helping with sport, drama, games and competitions! We are on a gap year called Kairos. This is run by the churches in Tunbridge Wells, giving time for local young people to serve local churches or charities and learn a thing or two along the way! The Gap year also includes the opportunity to serve a community in a foreign country.

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