Leader: Brian Hunt
Dates: December 8-15, 2012
1) CONSTRUCTION TEAM
Construction will be the primary focus of this mission so participants should be in good physical shape and ready to work. There may also be opportunities to experience different ways of ministering in Mexico City.
Leader: Stewart Bruce
Dates: Winter 2013
2) YOUNG ADULT (25-35) TEAM
Join other young adults as you work together to provide children’s programming, assist with construction, do street evangelism, etc. Be prepared to minister in a variety of ways!
Leader: Neil Truong
Dates: May 2013
If you attend Whitemud Creek, consider joining the campus’s first Global Project. The team will be traveling to Southeast Asia, where they will partner with International Workers (IWs) Brem & Donna Frentz. The main focus of this project will likely be construction and teaching English as a Second Language (ESL).
Leader: Sheila Tisdale
Dates: Spring 2013
1) MULTI-GENERATIONAL MISSION EXPERIENCE
Have you thought about going on mission as a family, or as a father & child, or mother & child? This is a great way to open your family’s eyes to God’s work around the world, to emphasize the importance of serving, and to expose your family to mission work. All of this while building memories that will last a lifetime! If your child is at least 10 years old and ready to participate actively on a team then consider this great opportunity.
Dates: March 22 – April 1, 2013 (Spring Break)
2) YOUNG ADULTS (18-24)
If you’re aged 18-24, consider joining this group as we serve for 10 days with Inca Link in the Ecuadorian Amazon. This will be a great opportunity to do a variety of ministry activities such as construction and working with children.
Dates: August 2013
In partnership with Samaritan’s Purse, Beulah is putting together a team of medical professionals to minister to the physical needs of tribal people living in the Highlands of northern Vietnam.
Dates: March 8-23, 2013
U.S.A. If you’re a participant in Beulah’s Youth program, consider joining our Youth Staff as they continue to serve low income families in the U.S. as they partner with Reach Work Camps. You’ll be assisting with construction projects during the day and experiencing great teaching, worship, and time with friends in the evenings.
Leader: Denise Lang Dates: July 2013 Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Edmonton Have you ever considered doing Global Ministry, right
here in Edmonton? We literally have the
world at our doorstep, with people from around the world moving to Edmonton to
study and work – many are here to stay and will join us as Canadians. Students that are being educated here are often
lonely and eager to interact with Canadians; these people often belong to the
middle and upper classes in their countries and many do not know Jesus. What an opportunity we have to impact them
and possibly have them take the gospel back home to their friends and family.
INTERNATIONAL STUDENT OUTREACH The University of Alberta has over 4000 International students on campus every year. These students represent a foretaste of heaven, with dozens of nations represented. Get involved by reaching out to these students and impacting their lives. This could include helping host connecting events, improving English, being a Homestay family, or including a foreign student in a family event.
Leader: Brian Hunt
International Work Projects
(CMA Canada) - 2013
Do you have construction skills or the gift of helps? If so, Alliance men and women from across Canada have the opportunity to partner with Alliance congregations in less-developed countries to help them move their projects forward. Each ministry has a slightly different focus, so click here for upcoming opportunities and ways you can help. For more information, contact Brian Hunt at email@example.com.