a México!

Ben —  March 4, 2013 — Leave a comment

Chichen-flagOnce again, Kim and I have the amazing opportunity to go on a short-term mission trip.

This year we will be going down to Merida, Mexico with the Transit ministry at North Point. Here’s a basic snippet from Transit’s Service Line website about our trip:

The trip’s focus will be on strategic service projects that help to meet the needs of the church and the community. These include construction projects, painting, and teaching the local children about Christ through Vacation Bible School. Team members will have the opportunity to interact with local leaders, community members, and children while building relationships throughout the week.

As you have seen in the past, going abroad for a week is not something new to us as we enjoy serving in other countries. What makes this year different, is the good people over at North Point Community church have allowed me to co-lead, with Kim being the Parent/Daughter pair. ~ Yes, you read that right. We are taking Kiersten!


This is an opportunity we just can’t pass up.

With the 3 of us going, we want to put together a support team who will be willing to pray for our team, give towards this project, or both. We also need prayer for wisdom as we teach Kiersten the value of seeking to meet people’s needs in another culture

globalX-Banner-smallIf you would like to consider supporting us financially, you can click “DONATE” on the page from the link up top that looks like this:

As a family, we will need to raise a total of $4,500 ($1,500 each). The money we raise will go towards airfare and materials needed during construction as well as crafts and supplies for the Vacation Bible School.

Thank you so much in advance for your continued prayers and financial support. We love you all, and can’t wait to continue to share on our journey.

Anybody else thinking about going on a “vacation with a purpose” this summer?

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