Mobilizing & Equipping with Virtual Mission Trips

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Short-term mission trips often provide believers a chance to grow their understanding of God’s mission and discover new ways to engage.  But even before the pandemic curtailed travel, such trips were a significant investment of time and money that few could make.

A virtual short-term mission trip uses digital tools to give believers the opportunity to learn about different ministry contexts and perspectives, and even be equipped for greater ministry in their lives. And because they can do it from home, it increases the potential number of people who can participate. 

Learn how AIM and e3 Partners have been collaborating to engage believers in virtual trips -- and why they think this strategy is here to stay. Bring your questions, and come away with some ideas on how to launch this strategy for your organization. 

Jeremy Doorten serves as Executive Director of e3 Ministry Canada and I Am Second Canada, having pioneered the work e3 Partners Ministry in Canada beginning in 2009. He has a huge heart for the lost and is dedicating his life to raising up others who will lead many to Christ.
PJ Holmertz is the International Short-Term Program Director for Africa Inland Mission. His passion is to see short-term missions leaving long-term impacts on both goers and receivers. He and his family currently serve from Nairobi, Kenya.