Germany: Woodlawn Sep 6 - Sep 15, 2018


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Jan 26th, 2018

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About This Project

Trip Focus: Evangelism, Local Church Ministry

Germany is a country known for majestic castles and economic triumph, yet the vast majority of its population are spiritually dead without a relationship with Jesus. This trip will take place in the cities of Munich and Berlin, where less than 1% of nearly four million citizens consider themselves evangelical Christians. Despite the apparent darkness of this spiritual climate, the light of Jesus is beginning to give people hope.

Our team will partner with European Initiative, an organization allied with numerous churches and German-based ministries bringing the Gospel to different parts of Europe. The vast majority of people in Berlin do not realize that Jesus is accessible and relational. This team will use different evangelical methods to reach out to these lost people, including activities like creative arts, worship, preaching, and surveys. Other possible opportunities include ministry on college campuses, children’s and youth ministry in German churches, and refugee ministry.

Team members will love people with the love of our Father and look into the eyes of people who have never known that they can have a real relationship with a God who loves them. We welcome you to ask the Lord if He wants you to be a part of this life-changing experience and spread the knowledge of Him to the people of Munich and Berlin.

*Payment deadlines must be met in order to participate in this trip. Church of the Highlands uses each payment to purchase airfare and other necessary trip expenses shortly following the posted deadlines. Therefore, payments are non-refundable, and failure to meet these deadlines will result in the removal of a team member and/or the cancellation of the trip.

What are the accommodations? In Munich, the team will be staying at a youth hostel that many EI teams have stayed at in the past. The hostel is located in a nice & tourist area of the city and is also very clean.  We also never share rooms with outside guests.  Each room will also have a private bathroom.  In Berlin, the team will be staying at The Gnadenhaus (literally means mercy house).  The Gnadenhaus is owned and operated by British Christians who have been hosting EI teams since 2008.  Sleeping accommodations are dormitory-style rooms, which are located on the third floor along with separate showers and bathrooms for men and women.

What will we eat? Delicious German food.

**All payments are non-refundable**

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