appalachia-0302 ENC Group w John Perkins- Flint 2010

FUSION  (The molding of two entities into one cohesive unit.) This program is designed to challenge a student’s approach to cross-cultural experiences. Students will be asked to wrestle with issues they are rarely exposed to and interact in a culture different from their own. The program is structured and designed to nurture the student’s prophetic imagination. This is one that compels individuals to critically challenge systematic structures and communicate God’s hope for restoration.


Honduras (Central America)

Honduras is a country located in Central America known for beautiful landscape and rich history, yet their needs are great.  Poverty is rampant while many children are parentless and left to fend for themselves.  Our team will be working with Nazarene churches to show compassion to these children in need.  There will be opportunity to visit orphanages, help missionaries with children’s ministry and participate in various service projects.     




John M. Perkins Foundation (Jackson, MS)

Returning trip to the JMP Foundation in Jackson, Mississippi with continued focus on themes of justice and reconciliation.  Perkins is a Civil Rights leader and well-known author. We will be given the opportunity to learn more about the culture, history and struggles of the South concerning civil rights as well as gain a better understanding of the meaning of Biblical reconciliation.



For questions or more information contact Jennie Williams, Associate Chaplain at , 617-745-3536 or stop by Angell Hall, Rm 22.

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