SEA Harvest Mission Trip

“The harvest is abundant, but the workers are few. Therefore, pray to the Lord of the harvest to send out workers into his harvest.” Luke 10:2

SEA Harvest Mission Trip: July 9-23, 2021

The MWBC is mobilizing a mission team to Thailand to serve alongside national partners and missionaries on the field. Some planned activities are Bible school for kids, community service projects, sports and music camps, and leadership training for pastors and church leaders.

The application deadline for the trip is January 31, 2021 with a $250.00 deposit. The total trip cost is $2500.00, including airfare, local travel, lodging, and meals.

Who Can Go

This mission trip is open to all individuals over the age of 17 and mature in faith.* Language skills are not required. The team will meet multiple times in person and online before the trip for training and team building, including interactions with our partners in Thailand.

* Children under 17 may go on the trip, but they must be accompanied by a parent/guardian.

Location

Thailand is a country in Southeast Asia that is about the size of Minnesota, Wisconsin, and Iowa combined. It has a population of 69.43 million people, which is almost five times that of the three states combined. We will be serving in Nan, a remote agricultural province in the north.

SEA Harvest Mission Trip Application

Fill out the application and follow the instructions for making the deposit payment. By submitting your application, you acknowledge that you agree to the terms of the mission team covenant (click to download and read). Application deadline: January 31, 2021

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Deposit Payment

After submitting your application, please send a check for $250.00 to:

Minnesota-Wisconsin Baptist Convention
519 16th St SE
Rochester, MN 55904

Write down “SEA Harvest Mission Trip” on the memo line.

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