We are calling for team members for our upcoming missions trip to the cities of San José and San Isidro in Costa Rica, Central America. We are hoping for a big team and some new faces this year. Do you want to join us?
We need volunteers for our construction projects, our health clinics, our children’s ministries, and our day-long discipleship training class for church leaders. We also need volunteers to participate (teaching? singing?) in the worship services we attend on Wednesday and Sunday.
• If you are worried about the cost, please don’t be! We will help you raise the funds. We encourage team members to not pay your own way. There are many generous believers who would love to help send you. Accepting their support gives them the opportunity to be involved in what we are doing.
• If you are anxious about traveling to a foreign country, please don’t be! Costa Rica is in nearby Central America, straight south of Florida. Ticos (Costa Ricans) are warm, wonderful people who are very friendly to Americans. On 11 previous trips, with groups totaling 155 people, we have never experienced any danger, not a single serious injury, and only one serious illness.
Come join us!
Returning to Tierra Prometida (neighborhood) —
in San Isidro (city) — in Perez Zeledón (province) — in Costa Rica (Central America)
We are excited to be returning to San Isidro in south Costa Rica, where we had such an outstanding experience last year. San Isidro is about a three-hour mountain drive south of San Jose to the state of Perez Zeledón.
Last year, we partnered with a church there called Cuerpo de Cristo (Body of Christ) in Tierra Prometida, one of the poorest neighborhoods of CR. We expanded that church’s worship center and had a children’s ministry in the park across the street from the church, with 88 children showing up.
This year, Pedro and Anais Ramirez, the leaders of that church, have handed over leadership to another couple and have launched a new church in the next village.
On this trip we will work with both congregations doing construction projects, health clinics and children’s ministries.
On Saturday, Terry will teach the third day-long class of Discipleship University. We had 78 pastors, elders and teachers for our last class on July 1. Costa Rica abounds with false teachers, religious ritualism, superstition, paganism, and cult groups. These Christian leaders have such a hunger to receive sound training in the essential doctrines of the Christian faith. We are incredibly privileged to be able to provide it.
For more information ….
- Read this four-page detailed description of our upcoming trip: CR4C Jan 2018 Prospectus
- Or email Terry at email@example.com.
We look forward to hearing from you!
We need you! Come join us!
Terry & Norma Hull