A cross-cultural short-term mission experience can transform your world as much as you might change the lives of those you serve.
Mission Travel specialises in God-inspired travel and those hard to reach places worldwide. Whether you’re already organised and ready to go with a team on a short-term mission, or if you’re interested in missions but have no clue where to start, we can get you where you need to go with minimum fuss. We partner with mission organisations around the globe which range from medical missions to exposure trips. Some of our missions are family-friendly or catered specifically for school leavers as an alternative to 'Schoolies'. Check out our diverse options of missions below.
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Calling all teachers, Early Childhood, Primary and Secondary for a life changing trip to Rwanda 25 years after the "Genocide of the Tutsi” and see how the country is recovering and developing. At Hope:Global we see Education as the primary vehicle to move out of poverty and so this year we have been invited not only to team teach with teachers at a local school level but also provide training for up to 600 teachers in 2 districts in the rural areas of Rwanda. Not a teacher - you are welcome too - we need community workers such as speech therapists, nurses, doctors, dentists, physiotherapists, optometrists, to assist with community based raining in local communities.
Travel to the beautiful city of Cape Town, South Africa which houses both rich and poor. We will be serving in the townships during the school holidays, engaging with children and young adults.
A wonderful mission opportunity for the whole family.
An ICC China team allows you to come and experience the very heart of our work. But we also know travelling into China can be daunting - so this provides you with a safe, easy and supportive missional team experience. In stepping out to serve others you will encounter God and be drawn closer to Him. Looking deep into the eyes and heart of a child, and being part of their lives will change you forever. You will give love and it will be returned in abundance. Returning team members tell us they return home with a fresh sense of purpose and destiny in their lives.
An ICC China team allows you to come and experience the very heart of our work. But we also know that travelling into China can be daunting - so this provides you with a safe, easy and supportive missional team experience. In stepping out to serve others you will encounter God and be drawn closer to Him. Looking deep into the eyes and heart of a child, and being part their lives will change you forever. You will give love and it will be returned in abundance. Returning team members tell us they return home with a fresh sense of purpose and destiny in their lives.
Hope Global invite you to join them on a mission trip to India which will be a great cultural experience new cultures and make lifelong friends. By serving with their local project partners, you'll have the opportunity to assist with education, training and vocational skills. As a volunteer, you will spend around two weeks in-country with a team, assisting in things such as running workshops, training, building and maintenance, health training, health checks and more.
This year, 2019, is a significant year in the modern history of Cambodia. January 2019 marks 40 years since the defeat of the Khmer Rouge by the Vietnamese. The Khmer Rouge ruled and ravaged Cambodia from April 1975 until January 1979. During that time, more than 2 million Cambodians – men, women and children - were murdered at the hands of the Khmer Rouge. A country that was once a shining light in South East Asia was decimated. Under the Khmer Rouge, schools were closed and destroyed and intellectuals were executed. Educators and teachers were subjected to, at the least, suspicion and harsh treatment and, at the worst, execution. During the Khmer Rouge years, the great strides made in literacy and in education following independence in 1953, were obliterated systematically. At the beginning of the 1970s, more than 20,000 teachers lived in Cambodia; only about 5,000 of the teachers remained 10 years later.
The purpose of this journey is to gain insights into the realities of life for the materially poor but spiritually rich in both rural and urban communities as well as to witness the work of the Church as it meets the material, pastoral and spiritual needs of the people served by its presence.
Mission Travel have many clients travel to closed countries. We understand the importance of ensuring there is complete discretion in all travel documentation when travelling to these countries. Our staff will implement our Closed Country Policy for all documentation. Feel free to speak to one of our travel consultants today if you have any concerns.
Mission Travel endorses the Principles of Excellence in Integral Mission prepared by Accord Network. If you would like to read the principles, download the list document here.