Sea Tribes Summer 2019 Outreach
With millions of unreached people in the vast area of Southeast Asia, we are given an opportunity to be part of an outreach team. Not only will our group have the chance to experience the beauty of the islands, vast jungle, and beautiful people, but we will also be fully immersed into the culture of the locals by staying in their homes. As a team we will be helping with community development including medical screenings, teaching English and health education, and participating in a village project. We will have the opportunity to share our stories and lives as God enables while participating in cultural events.
Trip Dates: July 3-19, 2019
Our team meetings are monthly and are required for participation. Location to be announced. We will have a light lunch, learn about the culture and some basic language of the people we will be visiting. Each month we will have articles and assignments that are due, and we will discuss other pertinent details for the trip.
$1220 + 50 to be paid in cash for work projects* Costs cover all expected days in country
Airfare rates depend on dates and airlines. (approx $1350), international ferry ($50), and accommodations in Singapore (approx $100).
February 1: Applications and $200 non-refundable deposit due
April 1-15th : $800 payment due
May 1-15th: $ 800 payment due
June 1st: balance due (approx $900)
All meeting times are 1:30-3:30 PM.
As a fundraiser, we will be selling Mt. Hood Roasters coffee for $12 (12 oz bag). Please contact us if interested in buying or selling coffee to help with trip costs.
Questions? Email firstname.lastname@example.org
Team Coordinators: Chris & Devlyn Neveux
Susie MillerSusie is originally from Portland, Oregon. She worked as a hairstylist for seventeen years before the Lord called her to the mission field in 2007 to Managua, Nicaragua, working as field staff at Villa Esperanza (Village of Hope) with Forward Edge International. Her primary role is coordinating short-term mission teams that serve in and around the community of the Villa. Susie also serves as Child Sponsorship representative at Villa Esperanza. She also helps facilitate communication between girls in the rescue home program and their sponsors.
Paul & Ani Barmaksezian
Paul has been involved in ministry and missions since his high school years. He and his wife, Ani, have been working closely with Forward Edge International since 2010. Paul and Ani accepted a calling to serve as Field Staff in Managua, Nicaragua in September 2011, where they now reside with their two children, Michelle and Luke.
Prior to working with Forward Edge, Paul was a founding partner in a technology consulting firm. He now uses his business and technology skills to help manage operations at Villa Esperanza.
Ani is currently teaching a seventh grade the Old Testament class and serves on the school board for Nicaragua Christian Academy. She has a deep love for Jesus, the people of Nicaragua, and the work God is doing at Villa Esperanza.