LOGOS HOPE STEP Opportunity – STEP I 2021

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Life on the ships is fast-paced and can be intense. Come with a servant heart, an attitude to learn, and willingness to be flexible and this could be the experience of a lifetime. Many who have been on STEP bear witness to the huge impact it has made on their lives, and to how God has worked in and through them.

Dates

21 January 2021 – 14 April 2021

Cost

AUD 2250.00

Application Deadline

22 November 2020

Open to

Singles

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No Marrieds

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No Families

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No Groups

the STEP (Short Term Exposure Programme) is a unique opportunity for young people to serve God on board the ship.

Living and working alongside people from different nations gives you firsthand experience of what it takes to be a cross-cultural Christian worker. It is both challenging and enriching. The days will be filled with practical work in one of the ship's departments (40hrs per week/ 8hrs per day). Outreach Teams are one day per week; you will participate in an assigned ministry experience. It might be an onboard programme or an onshore event.

In good health, flexible, willing to learn. At least intermediate level of English. Must possess a passport that is still valid for at least 6 months at the leaving date from Logos Hope. Agree to abide by all ships policies.
Onboard the ship, generally in a 10-berth cabin where there is minimal storage and communal bathrooms
Nutritious meals are served in our dining room on board three times per day. The menu is set by our Executive Chef and is often determined by the food available. Unfortunately, we cannot cater to specific eating habit or diets (vegetarian, gluten free, low cholesterol, low carb, etc.) but try to offer a variety of options at each meal.
Must arrange own travel to and from the ship and visa if required. Arrival is TENTATIVELY 14th January and Departure is TENTATIVELY 14th April 2020. Ports and dates will be confirmed once the ship schedule is published. Travel/Health Insurance cover is required
Must be in excellent health, able to cope with hard physical work in hot, humid climates

We'll advise on application whether your nationality will need a visa.

Costs are set in USD, and we can offer reduced rates to some nationalities, in line with the published OM Ships support levels. Sending office admin charges are additional.
Life on the ships is fast-paced and can be intense. Come with a servant heart, an attitude to learn, and willingness to be flexible and this could be the experience of a lifetime. Many who have been on STEP bear witness to the huge impact it has made on their lives, and to how God has worked in and through them.
Life on the ships is fast-paced and can be intense. Come with a servant heart, an attitude to learn, and willingness to be flexible and this could be the experience of a lifetime. Many who have been on STEP bear witness to the huge impact it has made on their lives, and to how God has worked in and through them.
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