Join a Spring Break Mission Trip

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Join a Mission Trip for a Reach Project!

Is God calling you to step out of your comfort zone?

Revival begins with the student. Is God calling you to help bring revival?
Are you searching for a way to complete a Reach project?

 

Let’s make an impact for the kingdom of Jesus Christ.

 

Apply here.

We need students to join the following mission trips to:

 

Dream Center, L.A. California

The L.A. missions trip is an opportunity to work with the Dream Center. A variety of serving activities are offered including helping with children’s ministry in run down areas of the town, picking up trash, and street ministry. Students get to work alongside those in long-term missions, serving people and sharing the Gospel of Christ.

His Mansion, New Hampshire

This spring break a group of 12 students will be flying to Deering, New Hampshire to join the community of His Mansion Ministry’s. His Mansion is a Christ- centered residential program dedicated to helping men and women overcome debilitating life controlling behaviors such as drugs, alcohol, eating disorders, depression, and sexual addiction. His Mansion’s approach to healing in community is to point people to Christ and His saving grace.
This group will be searving their community of people by cleaning and cooking, working on the farm and best of all building in relationship with those in this season of healing.

Utah

 The Utah team will be serving in Ephraim, UT near Snow College. We will be interacting and investing the the lives of many students at the college and hoping to get into conversations that challenge their current lifestyle in Mormonism. We will also be visiting Temple Square in Salt Lake City and serving women and children stuck in polygamous communities. This is a challenging trip but one that is very important. We want to be seed planters for the many (over 90%) of people in these communities who are convinced of the lie of Mormonism.

 

Have questions? Contact Danielle Wong at daniellewong@corban.edu