Short-Term Missions
Short-Term Missions
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Overview

Short-term missions are great opportunities for your church and its people to serve God in different ways and in different places. The problem is short-term missions often require a lot of organization and work before during and after the trip. These forms will help guide you through the process of planning and executing a memorable trip.

This Resource contains all of the following:

Global Outreach Teams Flyer 

Short-Term Missions Participant Guidelines  

Application for Short-Term Missions 

Short-Term Missions Reference Form 

Short-Term Missions Self-Assessment Form 

Global Outreach Team Leader Procedures 

Short-Term Missions Phases 

Short-Term Missions Financial Assistance Guidelines 

Short-Term Missions Fund-Raising Guidelines 

Short-Term Missions Travel Checklist 

Short-Term Missions Worship Litany for Candidates 

The Basics of Short-Term Missions 
Your church and its people have many ways to serve God in far-away places.


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Topics:International outreach, Missions, Outreach, Planning, Short-term missions
Filters:Church board, Evangelism, Management, Missionary, Outreach, Short-Term Missions Leader
References:1 Chronicles 16:24, Romans 10:14-15, Matthew 28:19
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