Mission Trip Dates: June 30 – August 19
[singlepic id=2669 w=320 h=240 float=right] Because some schools get out later in June, we will be having two new teams which will run June 30-Aug.19. They will arrive at Boot Camp July 3 (during the second week of Super Boot Camp) and have two weeks of training before going to the field. Commissioning will be July 16th. They will return for Debrief, August 17th and 18th, then travel back home the 19th.
Canadians, may ride the free round trip “Maple Leaf Express” from Calgary, Edmonton, Saskatoon, Regina or Winnipeg . The bus will depart from Calgary at 4 PM on June 30.
Picture hundreds of children and adults being taught Sunday School lessons while sitting on the ground, instead of at tables and chairs! This is how many of the Motorcycle Sunday School Mission (MSSM) classes are taught due to the remote areas where they are held. Take the construction skills you will learn at The Lord’s Boot Camp to Zambia and build tables and benches to be placed at these remote locations.
After Commissioning, you will bus to Orlando, for a flight to Dulles International Airport in our nation’s capital, Washington, D.C. Your next flight crosses the Atlantic Ocean to Rome, Italy for refueling, then over the Sahara Desert to Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, before continuing on a flight to Lusaka, Zambia. From the airport, your five-hour bus ride to the Teen Missions in Zambia Bible, Missionary & Work (BMW) Training Center in Ndola begins.
While at the BMW housing will be in dorms; bathing and laundry are done using a bucket. After building the furniture you will take it to the remote locations and see the classes taught first-hand as you assist the MSSM Circuit Rider Missionaries in teaching Sunday schools, literacy classes and Bible quizzing. Bible stories, singing, learning memory verses, coloring pictures, quizzing and playing games are all creative ways to teach your lessons.
Housing will be in tents while at the MSSM locations.
Before departing Zambia, you will travel to Victoria Falls, one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World discovered by David Livingstone in 1855. It will be a trip you won’t want to miss! You will enjoy viewing this breathtaking waterfall known as the “Smoke that Thunders”. Wood carvings, batiks, jewelry and traditional drums are just a few of the souvenirs available for you to purchase.
Contributions Equal To: $ 4390 U.S. Plus $30 Registration Fee