Seek God by serving over spring break in a cross-cultural context that fits your major or vocational interest.
March 14-22, 2015
SMP alumni Jeff and Tracey Dixon are the founders and lead developers of Students International's ministry in Costa Rica. S.I.'s ministry network is in thr capitol city of San Jose. Each day after breakfast, students will be sent out to ministry sites in this bustling and beautiful city.
Vocare. It's Latin for "to call." Bethel students on this team will learn about God's particular call on their life from Nicaraguans and North Americans who are carrying out that call in a cross-cultural kingdom context. A full list of sites is available online, but examples include art, medicine, dentistry, education, social work, and microfinance.
Facilitated by Students International.
This team of 10 students has a team fundraising goal of $21,800 (which works out to about $2180 per person). Fundraising will be a major part of the year for this team--which will tremendously help the financial bottom line!
This trip is reserved for students with junior or senior standing. More cross-cultural ministry experience and proficiency in the Spanish language are helpful and valued in the team selection process.
We will be intentionally matching Bethel students with available spaces on ministry sites based on vocational interest. The team does not spend all its ministry time in their vocational ministry site. We may also take part in other creative ministry programs as requested by our hosts, so we also look for students with a desire and ability to be energetic, spontaneous, and adaptable.
Complete an application by November 1. Demand for this trip is high. Interviews are conducted in October of every year for the following spring break.
Questions? Contact Matt Runion at email@example.com.