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Join us on a Vision Trip of MTW”s developing field work with Native Americans and First Nations.

During our time together you will:

  • • Meet key tribal contacts and friends of the ministry
  • • Hear testimonies of how God is at work on the reservation
  • • Meet MTW Missionaries Michael and Lindee Wadhams serving the Lummi Tribe
  • • Learn how MTW is reaching native people through short-term teams
  • • Capture a vision for evangelizing native people leading to future planting of churches

     

    Dates: September 15-19, 2014.
    Plan to join our group in Seattle WA at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport by 12:00 noon on Monday, September 15 and return to the Airport by 3:00pm on Friday, September 19, 2014.
     

    Itinerary:
    First you will visit the Colville Reservation in Nespelem and Omak, WA, then travel to the Lummi Reservation in Bellingham, WA and complete the trip by visiting the Port Madison Indian Reservation (Suquamish Tribe) in Suquamish, WA.

    The cost of this informative trip is $700, plus travel to and from the Seattle-Tacoma Airport (price is based on double occupancy, individual hotel rooms can be arranged for an additional $240). This price includes meals, hotel, local transportation and travel insurance.

    Contact: John Carter  john.carter@mtw.org
    or Mike Peifer mike.peifer@mtw.org
    Phone: 678-823-0020 


    MTW seeks to walk with Indigenous peoples of the Americas, wherever they are found, growing together in the grace of the Gospel of Jesus Christ.

           

    See and experience Mission to the World's ministry in different areas of the world.

    MTW vision trips come in all shapes and sizes, but they are designed with you in mind. Some trips target one ministry or geographic area; others are wide-ranging. Although a few trips provide limited opportunity for hands-on ministry, the focus is on vision rather than participation. All, however, offer personal challenge and spiritual growth.

    Vision trip participants sometimes come from churches that are exploring new sites or ministry opportunities based on the strategies and objectives of their own church. Others are already committed to particular ministries, but are exploring ways in which they and their church might deepen their involvement. Still others are seeking to develop their own church’s missions focus and strategy, so are interested in a broader ministry overview
     
    Some who visit the field are interested in seeing personally the ministries in which they are investing, or they may be seeking where God might have them invest resources in the future. Just getting a bigger vision for missions or even seeking direction regarding a possible call to the field sometimes provides motivation to join a trip.