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Round Trip: A Short-Term Mission Documentary and Curriculum

Five sessions will help your team prepare for your trip, navigate the challenges of cross-cultural relationships and team dynamics, and return with lasting relationships and personal transformation.

The Documentary

The story of two short-term mission trips—one from Chapel Hill Bible Church in North Carolina, the other from Mavuno Downtown, part of the Nairobi Chapel network of churches in Kenya. They partner together and are both deeply committed to church planting, evangelism, and caring for the poor. Theirs is a story of individuals and families from America and Africa who open themselves up to what God is doing in the world.

The Curriculum

Five sessions will help your team prepare for your trip, navigate the challenges of cross-cultural relationships and team dynamics, and return with lasting relationships and personal transformation. Get the full curriculum here.

Session 1: Short-Term Missions, Lasting Change

Watch a documentary of two short-term teams and discuss your expectations for the trip.

Session 2: The Preparations

Discuss visas, immunizations, packing, and support-raising.

Session 3: Cross-Cultural Encounters

Train your team to have sensitive ...

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