Experience Local Technologies Making a Difference in Southeast Asia

The eye is the lamp of the body. If your eyes are healthy, your whole body will be full of light.  Matthew 6:22

Interested in local water solutions, coconut processing, aquaponics, or agriculture?

This spring, there is an opportunity for one or two participants to experience first-hand how these local technologies are making a difference in the lives of those in poverty in SE Asia.  We will visit a local institute to see the technologies they are developing. We will then travel to our mission field to observe how these technologies are being used and explore how more might be put into place to serve our brothers and sisters in Christ.

In response to the grace of Jesus, and in accordance with the commission of the body of Christ, this Kingdom Workers Service Immersion opportunity will foster cultural exchange and understanding. Participants will join in a series of guided learning and service opportunities facilitated by Kingdom Workers SE Asia staff, local leaders, and local volunteers.


GOAL: To experience local technologies and apply to local service outreach projects.

Start Date:  Spring 2017 - Two weeks in length. Flexible based on volunteer's schedule

Anticipated Activities:  Volunteer will learn about local water solutions, coconut processing, aquaponics, agriculture. 
Engage with service outreach projects happening in multiple locations.
Visit schools and villages.

Qualifications: This experience would apply well to those who have engineering or community development skills.
A participant must have a strong desire to share the message of Jesus' work and have a sense of adventure.

Expectations of Participants
- Complete Kingdom Workers Application
- Respond to essay questions about personal learning goals for this experience 
- Complete pre-trip orientation
- During Service Immersion:  Daily Bible studies; Weekly small group discussion
- Complete post-trip team reflection, survey, and essay

Cost includes: Flights, in-country transportation, food, lodging, in-country communication, program fee, visa, international insurance.

FUNDRAISING: Volunteers are encouraged to fundraise to cover the costs. Kingdom Workers provides many resources to assist volunteers in their fundraising efforts.   

Not included in the cost above: 
Passport: Volunteer's passport must not expire within six months of the trip. 

Immunizations: All routine vaccines should be up to date.  In addition, the CDC recommends Hepatitis A and Typhoid vaccines.

Coral Cady

Field Manager

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