SUMMIT Vision




Mission Trips for 2017

We have two Summit-Vision trips this year, to find out more please click on a country below.

 

 - Liberia

In Latin Liberia means "Land of The Free" Why not take a trip to this West African country and be a part of helping them to see who can give them real freedom.

GET YOUR HANDS DIRTY FOR GOD.

Come and experience firsthand the unique, vital work of cross-culture missions.
It’s hard work and the living conditions aren’t ritzy, but your Vision trip frees the missionaries to meet the spiritual needs of local people.
In the process your worldview will be changed as you are exposed to the spiritual needs of unreached people groups.

What and Why?

Vision teams take 3 week trips to various NTM locations in order to help missionaries who are working with unreached tribal people groups. We do practical work such as building missionary homes, airstrips, water systems and clinics. One Vision team can accomplish 2000 hours of physical work.

It takes a missionary at least 2000 hours to learn a tribal language so one team can save career missionaries hours of labour that would otherwise take them away from their ministry. Each team has frequent team meetings which gives both missionaries and the team leaders’ opportunity to share from the Word and speak of their ministries.

So be warned you will be exposed to and challenged from God’s word about what role you are going to play in the future to complete the Great commission.

 

Who?

If you are at least 18 years old, are in good health and willing to work hard and be a team player then SUMMIT Vision has a place for you. Families can sometimes be accommodated on our teams; this depends largely on the project and destination. We can also organise special trips for individual church groups.

 

When?

Regular trips are planned each summer and are listed online. Church teams can potentially be arranged all the year round.

 

Where?

Our teams travel to NTM field locations in Asia, Oceania, West Africa and South and Central America. Projects can be in developed or undeveloped locations.

Destinations vary from remote jungles to busy urban centres. Climates range from very pleasant to very demanding.