Missionary work is both noble and immensely rewarding. Take advantage of both your skills and sense of adventure, and you can make a tangible difference in the lives of people who need it the most.
Missionaries do essential work in almost every country of the world, every day. As you plan your first mission trip, it’s easy to get excited about the potential you have to help those in need around the world.
If your church or organization is planning a mission trip, it may fall to families and the community to help out with fundraising. The great thing about this is you can get friends and family excited about an upcoming mission and let others get involved with sponsoring your trip if they would like to.
Why go on a mission trip? And why go on a mission trip to Zambia? Back in 1998, I had no idea how to answer those questions. Then, I was just a 21-year-old college student who had never left the United States. Nothing could have prepared me for almost two weeks on a mission in Zambia. The long-lasting effects of what happened there years ago still impact my life to this very day.