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.



Léogâne, Haiti is about 20 miles from Port-Au-Prince. In Léogâne we will be working with an organization called Heart-to-Heart to help create medical sustainability in Haiti. Our trip will include service projects like helping to install solar panels at medical clinics where electricity is not attainable and fuel is unaffordable. We hope to create a lasting partnership with the people of Léogâne through this trip. Si'w pale Kreyòl, opòtinite sa se pou ou!





Central Florida is the home to 100’s of thousands of immigrants. Our team to Lake County Florida will serve the immigrant populations who are at-risk and will serve with a shelter for unaccompanied minors (teenage boys from Central America). Teaching ESL, leading soccer clinics, teaching life skills and leading worship will be part of the emphases for this team. Habla español? Esta oportunidad es para ti!



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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