Posts Tagged ‘online mission’

How to Plan and Organize a Mission Trip

On Saturday, January 25, our second full day in India, I was up early to be able to record the events from the mission trip thus far and to prepare myself for that coming day. I was to meet in the lobby by 7:00 a.m. The group was to have an excursion to Naigonda, where the Native origination had established a college for women. In route, we stopped by the "City on the Dump." This is actually the citys dump for garbage and many of the poor and under privileged have built shacks on the garbage pile their current address all year round, scavenging for food and anything to sell. Ideas met much more of our group whod be going with us. Because we left so early, we traveled a couple of hours prior to being in a position to stop for breakfast in a small road side cafe. Edgar, our Indian leader/guide, stated that we may help to spread good will by helping out small mom and pop cafes and road side stands by doing this. While enjoying our breakfast, 3 trains passed along with a work crew came by that was repairing the tracks. In the United States, most of the track repair is performed by machine however in India, just about all repairs continue to be made by hand. We also saw an old fort (castle) in route. Read the rest of this entry »

Missionary Health Insurance – Finding the Proper Medical Coverage For Your Mission

Buying supplies in bulk for charities and missionary work is not as simple as it appears. Its Monday night and also you need 10,000 toothbrushes by Wednesday because you are leaving on the missionary trip Thursday. Where do I get 10,000 toothbrushes sent to me fast and also at a reasonable price? You cant go to the dollar store because they dont obtain that many available and also you donrrrt want to pay $1.00 per toothbrush. Ah hah you say, I have it. The internet is the answer. Read the rest of this entry »
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