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Real People, Real Needs, Life-To-Life Ministry!

Your bags are packed. Passport in hand. You are ready to board a flight to the mountains of South America, the jungles of Chiapas, or the historic capital of some European country – places where the Gospel is needed. As you board the flight you know you will be involved in hands-on, life-to-life, practical ministry and . . . the adventure of a lifetime!

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Merry Christmas!

Posted in GE News on December 25th, 2014

Merry Christmas from the Global Encounters staff! Sometimes, even though we tell the story of salvation over and over to others (whether on mission trips or at home) we need to take the time to stop and revel in the amazingness of our Savior’s love for …

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2015 T-shirt contest winner is . . .

Posted in GE News on December 10th, 2014

Thank you for voting in the Global Encounters t-shirt design contest! The contest wrapped up with 727 votes cast and . . . we have a winner!!!! Congratulations to Emma Kordik on creating the top design and earning the $300 mission trip scholarship! Her …

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Vote for Team GE!

Posted in GE News on October 8th, 2014

This is your chance to support your fellow Global Encounters team members! 15 GE alumni have entered the “Captured in HIS Image” photo contest sponsored by Mission Trip Insurance and they need our support. Good news: you don’t have to play favorites! U …

Quote-Julianna.Ziegler-1“The thing I loved most about the Chiapas trip was that we were able to minister on a very personal level. Not only did we have opportunities to serve and share the gospel, but we got to live among the people and experience life as they know it. We were able to play with their children, attend their church, eat some of their food, attempt conversations in their language, and even when we couldn’t communicate with words, I know Christ’s love was both demonstrated and appreciated. “

– Julianna from MO, Mexico team member