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Students head to Canada to work with Mission Possible over spring break

March 13, 2012, 3:39 pm
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Read the Idaho Press Tribune’s coverage of this trip here, or watch the YouTube video at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A46MigCkhRY&feature=BFa&list=UUSykoZKHhLFyHAJd3dnBR_g&lf=plcp

NNU students will be traveling to Vancouver, BC during their spring break, March 19-23, to work with Mission Possible, a Christian humanitarian agency. Mission Possible focuses on transforming lives by helping those challenged by homelessness and poverty to achieve a renewed sense of dignity and purpose through meaningful work.

The NNU students will be involved in relational ministry in one of North America’s most diverse cities. Students will have an opportunity to be present with, to listen to, and to learn from, those who live in poverty.

This trip fulfills NNU’s graduation requirement for a cross-cultural experience.

 

 


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