Through Cedarville University’s Global Outreach department, 140 students traveled on 10 international and five domestic missions trips during the university’s recent spring break February 27- March 8.
Cedarville’s global outreach is designed to provide students with opportunities to serve domestically and internationally. The students are challenged to apply their book knowledge with practical and biblical ministry to make an impact in the lives of people they meet.
The students who capitalize on these opportunities, after raising their own financial support, are trained by campus staff for their outreach assignment. When serving others, the students are guided by a leader who connects them with an outreach organization to evangelize and provide services to those in need to make an eternal impact.
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Weinstein, Mark D., "New Spring Break Model: Reaching “Uttermost Parts of World”" (2015). News Releases. 138.