Join us as we go to Southeast Asia to serve goers and their kids during a retreat. Going on a Kids Care trip is not babysitting—it’s a time of impactful investment in the lives of kids whose family has sold everything to take the gospel to the ends of the earth! By spending time with these kids and students, this provides time for their parents to get necessary care, coaching, counseling, equipping/training for their ministry, and fellowship to continue in their calling. This kind of care helps them persevere on the field and stay longer!
Through this trip, we hope to demonstrate and teach kids about the importance of studying the Bible and spending time in community with other believers.
Children who spend time in other cultures during their child development years are often referred to as “Third Culture Kids” because they're raised in a culture other than their parents’ or the culture of their country of nationality. Don’t assume that because they are goer kids that they have a personal relationship with Jesus. This is a wonderful opportunity to share your faith with the next generation!
Being a short-term mission trip leader is a rewarding experience. It makes you a part of the Great Commission, letting you respond to God’s call to the nations in a sacrificial way while also shepherding a group of people. Check out the benefits and expectations here. If you're interested in being a trip leader, you apply through the application and complete the "Trip Leader" question section.
In planning this year’s short-term trips, For the Nations leadership has carefully assessed the on-going pandemic and travel restrictions. They will continue to monitor the current situation regarding COVID-19 and will make any necessary changes to ensure the safety of our short-term trip team members and ministry partners.