SHORT-TERM MISSIONS TRIP
SUMMER 2022 TRIP SUMMARY
*Final details TBD, but estimated:
June 20 – July 20
Application Deadline: Jan 2
There is an incredible movement of the gospel in Uganda. This trip is an exciting opportunity to learn principles and strategies for discipleship from Ugandan Christians that will help you better serve God through your own vocation and calling, wherever you live.
Applicants should be able to recognize what God has done and is doing in their own lives. They should be eager to learn new perspectives, even when those perspectives challenge old, cherished traditions. They should be able maintain a positive attitude when uncomfortable, both physically and emotionally.
Read below for more information about the trip!
WHAT TO EXPECT
Once accepted, you will receive support from your trip leaders to begin raising funds, followed by an in-person, short-term missions orientation in April. This is a superb learning opportunity meant to establish team unity and to holistically equip you for your travels. The orientation date for 2023 is April 14-16. Mark your calendars!
TRAINING & SERVICE
Begin by experiencing a ministry for rural Ugandan villages that joins public health concerns, community formation, and spiritual growth. You will learn from veteran D4D (Discipling for Development) practitioners and Ugandan Christians who have dedicated their lives to the advancement of the gospel and to building thriving communities.
After your time in the villages, you will join Ugandan university students in evangelism on their campus and build confidence to live out your faith by engaging in spiritual disciplines in a new context. Throughout this trip you will learn the integration of physical, social, and spiritual development and ministry principles that can be applied to any vocation and context.
Immerse yourself in a new culture to better understand your own, and to grow in serving others for the sake of God’s kingdom for a lifetime. Through this exposure and the counsel of Navigator staff with 20+ years of experience in cross-cultural missions, you will learn to recognize and respect differing cultural values and worldviews.