40 days of a Pathway to a Global Vision - Mt. Kilimanjaro TrekAugust 6, 2015 to September 14, 2015
40 Days of a Pathway to a Global Vision
starting on August 6th, 2015
as SAMS counts down to the Kilimanjaro summit!
SAMS “Pathway to a Global Vision” Kilimanjaro Trek is intended to be a high-profile event that raises awareness of SAMS on several levels, thereby increasing engagement and financial support for our work among numerous nations. The expedition will highlight the global vision of SAMS while inaugurating our 40th anniversary. This September, SAMS Chairman of the Board along with SAMS Mission Director and a small international team of missionaries and senders will be attempting to climb Mt. Kilimanjaro, the “Rooftop of Africa", to bring awareness to SAMS’ global vision. The trek itself is projected to take nine days, climbing from the 7,550’ tropical rain forest to the frigid and barren Uhuru Summit at 19,340’. We hope you will follow (and share) our progress and pray with us for God’s provision and protection, and for His blessing on SAMS through this endeavor.
Short-term Leader's TrainingNovember 13, 2015 to November 15, 2015
Sponsored by: SAMS
Where: SAMS Office, Ambridge, PA
These training sessions are designed to place well prepared teams on the mission field. The training covers team selection, budget and fundraising, cross cultural orientation, spiritual development, logistics, debriefing and other significant topics related to short-term missions work. The training is educational, interactive, and fun!
Please check out our brochure for more information!
If you prefer, you can also download our registration form and mail it in with a check.
If you are interested in one of SAMS' training dates please contact our Short-term Ministries Coordinator, Lynn Bouterse, in the SAMS office at 724-266-0669.
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