Short-Term Missions
Missions and Senior Adults
Instill a desire and effectively utilize senior adults in mission work.
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Overview

Senior adults can yearn for meaningful ways to spend the last third of their life. Missions work is a way to utilize their experience and wisdom, while making a difference for Christ. Use this download to recruit and prepare senior adults for missions work. You'll find articles and sample forms to help you through the process.

This Resource contains all of the following:

Short-term Missions
Understand the different types of mission trips to make an informed decision.

God's Calling Plan
So what exactly is a call to ministry?

The Way of Wisdom
Wisdom and experience are a few ways senior adults offer a unique advantage to mission trips.

Prayer Is the Foundation
Cover your trip in prayer.

Raising Support
Practical ways to raise support for your mission trip.

Sample Support-Raising Letters

Suggested Packing List

Final Words Before You "GO"
Tips for making a mission trip fruitful.


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Topics:Adult ministry, Evangelism, Missional, Missions, Outreach, Seniors, Short-term missions, Teams
Filters:Evangelism, Missionary, Missions, Outreach, Pastor, Seniors ministry, Spiritual director, Volunteer
References:Psalm 96:3, 2 Peter 1:10, Matthew 28:16-20
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