Berlin Prayer Journey
October 5-10, 2014
Mission to the World is looking for people to join a small, short term team of individuals for a prayer journey at the invitation of MTW’s Team Berlin. The dynamics of life in Berlin can be exhilarating and bewildering as two cities continue to become one again. It is not always pretty and chic, but it is always fascinating and edgy. Berlin enjoys the reputation of being crass, harsh, in-your-face, artsy, and creative, with a pinch of anarchy.
There is a spiritual battle raging for the souls of Berliners, and our missionaries have seen the powerful effectiveness of deep, pointed, focused prayer. They are inviting at least five people to join them in Berlin to be trained and to practice prayer-walking the city streets, because the team longs to see a greater measure of the kingdom of God in Berlin and more of His will being done.
The prayer team will stay in hotels and use the public transportation system.
Project Cost & Dates
$722 (not including airfare) October 5-10, 2014
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Contact: David Campbell: email@example.com
Phone: 678-823-0004 ext. 2314
November 13-22, 2014
This trip is for women only.
Walking the streets with the sexually exploited and trafficked
Photo: Ira Gelb, Creative Commons
You’ve heard of human trafficking, of sexual slavery, and though heartsick, you’ve probably thought, “This really doesn’t have much to do with me. But maybe it should. I want to help, but the whole thing is too overwhelming.”
Please join us as we journey to Cambodia and Thailand to look at this crisis. In Cambodia we will be hosted by Carrie Jussely, a member of our MTW team who is working with Daughters of Cambodia to establish relationships and job training for those who have survived the trafficking issues there. We will also meet the entire team and hear about their vision for work in Cambodia. We will then travel to Thailand and see what the issue looks like there and meet with different organizations in Bangkok and see how they are ministering to the women and children there.
This will look very different from our trip to Bulgaria and Greece last year. The issues are different and of course the culture is very different. This will be eye opening and give us a chance to learn how to pray more specifically for these countries where many people come to exploit children and adults.
Return with a better understanding of the issue and a vision for how you might raise awareness and serve in your community.
Contact Opal Hardgrove: firstname.lastname@example.org
Phone: 678-823-0004 ext. 2302