Love Montélimar

Do you long to see a spritual revival in Europe in which people from all nations come to understand who God is and what His plan is for their lives? Come and be a part of what God wants to do through His church in France and help support the members of a church in Montélimar as they step out and share the love of Jesus with their community.

Dates

6 April 2023 – 16 April 2023

Cost

AUD 410.00

Application Deadline

6 February 2023
Note: Prices do not include flights, visa, insurance or any vaccinations required.

Open to

Singles

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Marrieds

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Families

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Groups

We will start with two days of spiritual retreat so that we are refreshed and better ready to serve Jesus and the church. During the following week we will aide the members of the church as they build and strengthen relationships with their local community, and help organise several different events, all with the aim of sharing the good news of the gospel with those around them!

This outreach will start with 2 days of spritual revitalisation. During this time we will, as a team, spend an uninterrupted time with God where we will encourage each other through bible studies, times of prayer and worship and by sharing our testimonies so that we are ready to truly share the Good News joyfully and with love. In the following days we will work in partnership with the members of the church, hosting evangelistic events and going out into the streets. (This means that the effects of what we do will last long after the OM team has left). We wil run some kids clubs in a local park and host an evening of music and worship at the church. A few of us will also have the opportunity to do a "roving mic" in the streets where we will attempt to engage people in conversation about religion, faith and Easter.

You're willing to take a step of faith and serve God! You are flexible and enjoy learning new things. You have a passion for sharing Jesus with those who have never heard of Him! You DO NOT need to speak fluent french. We're also particularly interested in people who like doing kids work and those with musical gifts.
Will there be accomodation provided?
Participants will be housed either with members of the church or in an appartment that has been rented by the church for the outreach.
Will there be food provided?
All meals will be prepared and financed by the church. If you would like to purchase any extra food, please bring extra money accordingly.
Do I need to make my own travel arrangements?
Participants are responsible for arranging and financing all travel to get to and from the outreach. All travel whilst on the outreach is covered in the cost of the outreach.
What should my health condition be like?
Participants should be in good health, not needing urgent medical attention.
Do I need a visa?

Please check your local advice - for most places you shouldn't need a visa as this outreach is under 30 days.

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