Many people go on Mission trips to support other communities that are in need, but some go for the many friendships and experiences that last a lifetime. I had always remembered day three of Mission Trip because I helped the Cheyenne River community, made friends with people from around the state, and renewed old friendships with people from my own school. We were there to discover what our work project was for the day. As Danny and I went to sit on the bench, Nathan cracked jokes and tried to keep everyone awake. We all sat in the tiny, cramped entry way for what seemed like hours, even if it was only thirty minutes. Finally, someone came with our paint scrapers, and brought us across the street to begin our work project.
Please join StudyMode to read the full document. The most unforgettable voyage in my life thus far, is a weeklong mission trip that I took with my church youth group. This is a very memorable time for me for two reasons imparticularly. The first reason is because it was my first mission trip , of any sort, away from home. The second reason is because it was the week that I heard shocking news about a family member of mine.
Reflections on My Medical Relief Mission in Arequipa, Peru
Throughout the world, missions are taking place, changing lives forever and for the better. There are many groups and organizations out there that travel together and share their stories with the world. They stay.
Phoenix overcomes numerous obstacles, even forgetting why she made the long trip, but does procure the medicine. Love is the common reason that both protagonists undertake their respective journeys that begin with hope and optimism. On this day, was the day that a group of twenty six students, including myself, would depart on a trip to the town of San Juan de la Maguana in the Dominican Republic. Nevertheless, this one is going to be different.