What are our Objectives for Short-Term Mission Trips / Service Projects?

When we participate in trips or projects, we seek two outcomes: we desire to have a helpful impact on those we serve and we desire to be transformed in the process. Short-term mission trips and/or short-term service projects should be well conceived, and support long-term objectives. When done well, we believe that short-term opportunities further the Kingdom, and give us a taste of the joy that comes from a life of participating in God's work.

2017 Short-Term Trips currently planned:

Albania - English Camp with Cru - July 13th-23rd
Philippines - Missionary Care with the Crank Family - August
Nepal - Unreached People with The Footstool Project - November 3rd-15th

Missionary Visiting:

We are wanting to encourage our current missionaries by sending people from GBC to visit them.  If you have a heart for any of the areas below or an interest in the work they are doing please contact Sarah Browder to talk about an opportunity to organize a trip.

Philippines - (Cranks & Nacions) church planting and leadership development
Czech Republic - (Mobleys) church planting and leadership development
Hungary - (Lauderdales) creating connections for sending missionaries
Italy - (Lukers) - evangelism and childrens ministry
Spain - (Meyers) evangelism

2018 Israel Study trip:

Israel Study Tour: March 8th-March 18th

Jordan Extension (optional): March 18th-20th

Tour pricing:

$3995 per person (double occupancy)
$725 single supplement
$100 early booking discount for registrations prior to July 24th, 2017
$940 Jordan extension cost per person (double occupancy)

Price includes airfare to/from Houston, study guides, hotels, all meals, in-country transportation, all entrance fees.

Planned itinerary and additional information can be found in the below attachment.

Register for the trip with our travel company, GTI, HERE.

Please contact Sarah Browder if you are interested in any of the Short-Term Mission Trips or 2018 Israel study trip.

pdf Study Tour Itinerary