Puerto Rico— Caribbean
Dates: June 16 – August 10, 2018
Teen Missions Trip (ages 13-19)
Work & Evangelism Team
Make the island of Puerto Rico, devastated by Hurricane Maria your destination for the summer!
Travel: After completing training at the Lord’s Boot Camp, you bus to the Orlando International Airport and board a flight to Atlanta, Georgia, then head south across the Bahamas, and the Turks & Caicos before arriving in San Juan, the capital of Puerto Rico.
Ministry: Your project will be to help churches and communities clean up the debris and help to rebuild. Boot Camp puppet and music training will be put to good use during Vacation Bible School. You will enjoy interacting with the children and have the opportunity to impact them by sharing the Gospel through songs, puppets and testimonies.
Adventure: The white sands and clear, turquoise water of the Caribbean Sea await your discovery as well as shopping for souvenirs such as baskets, straw hats, wood carvings, oil paintings and T-shirts to remind you of your amazing summer.
Project Expense: $3290 U.S. plus $30 Registration Fee
Please note that the projects have been chosen up to a year before they are published. Therefore, projects can change, even at the last minute. Please come with a servant’s heart and be eager to do whatever the mission has a need for, regardless of what was specified. We have been invited back to many places because of our willingness to do whatever is needed. ALL teams are work teams in addition to the project listed. Teams are filled on a first come, first served basis.
Boot Camp Experience
"Boot Camp is fun, it’s difficult, but it’s worth it! I would encourage ALL of you guys that are hesitant to come to COME! It’s the experience of your life, and it brings you closer to Jesus. I’m thankful to be a part of Boot Camp 2017!”
“It’s so incredible to see all the kids who have literally next to nothing, but yet have so much joy. They are constantly playing and having fun despite having to use a ball of trash as a soccer ball and few having shoes on their feet. They are a constant reminder that you don’t have to have any material things to be a light for Christ and to have joy in your life.”