How to Plan a Short-Term Missions Team (Code: )

How to Plan a Short-Term Missions Team
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This handbook will provide any church a general overview of how to plan and successfully conduct short-term mission teams. Elements covered include: trip determination, publicity phase, team selection, team training, church involvement, missions project phase and re-entry and follow-up.

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Short-Term Mission Starter Kit

The STM Starter Kit offers you a list of over 60 short-term mission resources.

The Hub

The Hub is designed to serve as a gathering place for short-term mission articles, resources, tools and opportunities. The goal is to equip churches, ministries and individuals to conduct responsible short-term missions that glorify God.

Mobilizing

To mobilize means to put into movement. DELTA puts individuals, churches, schools and partners into movement to accomplish The Great Commission. This movement is from a home, pew, or seat to a field location around the world. Since 1979, DELTA has put 10,000 individuals and over 1,000 churches, schools and ministries into 100 countries and 30 US states.

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Coaching

A coach is one who instructs or trains. DELTA provides churches, partner ministries, schools, team leaders, and host missionaries a personal coach that comes alongside to train and guide them on both general missions and short-term mission endeavors. A DELTA coach will meet face-to-face, by phone, video or email to equip for excellence.

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Resourcing

A resource is a source of supply or support. DELTA provides resources such as curriculum, webinars, tools, digital downloads, articles, blogs, referrals and more. All of these resources have been developed by experienced and skilled short-term and general mission practitioners.

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