What is a typical day like on a mission awareness trip?
How are the typical day like on a mission awareness trip?
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Jan 4th, 2008 23:39
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A typical day may include time for morning prayer and/or reflection
followed by breakfast. The group then travels to nearby subproject sites
to meet the project coordinators, sponsored children, aging friends, and
families. Frequently there is a reception with songs, folkloric dances,
games or other activities. There may be some free time built into a few
days. On many trips, you may visit nearby tourist attractions, sometimes
with the sponsored children. The group will have lunch either at the
subproject or retreat site. At the end of the day, there often is time
for reflection and group discussion. There may be video presentations,
history lessons, explanations about the local government, or testimonies
from sponsored families. More detailed itineraries will be sent to you
shortly before your departure.
You will travel to many locations and will have a rigorous schedule. The
in-country travel may include covering long distances at slow speeds,
often on rugged terrain. These trips can be physically demanding.
Participants walk each day, sometimes long distances in very warm
weather. You may need to walk on uneven surfaces such as dirt paths or
cobblestones, and on stairs. Be sure to bring comfortable walking shoes.
We try to keep the needs of our sponsors in mind, and we try to
accommodate any special needs or physical limitations. If you have
trouble walking long distances, please inform the trip coordinator. We
encourage participants to rest when necessary. During the trip, if you
feel that you need to opt out of group activities in order to rest, we
welcome you to do that, if it is possible.
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