Hope Expeditions, which works with FCA churches to send short-term teams to assist FCA missionaries with various projects, recently announced a reasonably priced trip this August  that promises tremendous impact.

“We’re hoping for a larger, multi-church team of people who can do manual labor and youth ministry for this trip,” says Chris DeLaughter, director of Hope Expeditions.

Plans call for a team to work with Pastor Drew Brattrud at Riverside Christian Assembly in California, for a few days doing youth ministry before then heading to Tijuana, Mexico, to work with a La Fuente church for a few more days. The church has a reputation for exciting and innovative youth outreach—like using sporting activities such as karate or dodge ball to attract an audience.

Riverside Christian Assembly uses innovative approaches—in this case, karate—to bring in the kids.

DeLaughter says, “If you have a heart for young people, feel confident teaching the
Word of God and are ready to serve, this is a trip for you!” He encourages people to take time to pray to see if God would lead them to be part of this adventure. More information is available by checking out the Hope Expeditions website.

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