Center for Global Missions – Mission Trip to Ghana

June 8 – 20, 2016

Fundraising for Ghana Mission Trip

Regent University School of Divinity's Center for Global Missions (CGM) is delighted to offer the sixth annual mission trip to Ghana led by Dr. Clifton Clarke. This trip is an intense cross-cultural and a truly missionary experience. During the visit, participants will have the opportunity of staying with a Ghanaian family to experience first-hand Ghanaian hospitability and culture. Participants will also have the opportunity to visit churches, schools, colleges, and villages and take part in outdoor crusades. All missionaries do not have to preach you will be encouraged to minister through whatever gifting you have. There will be many opportunities to share the gospel with some of the unreached people groups as well as to participate in teaching needy children and orphans. Through this experience, participants will grasp a better understanding of African Pentecostalism. There will also be opportunities to learn about the history of the slave trade and to visit slave castles.

All program and tuition related costs can be added to your student account and paid using Federal Student aid. You can also fund raise the necessary program costs by utilizing a school supported platform call Adela. All donations made to the Center for Missions by friends and family are non-refundable however contributors will receive a tax receipt for their giving.

Estimated Total Cost: $2150 (Not including airfare)

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The amount does not include

Amount due at registration: $100

Registration: Click here to register.

Cancelation Policy: If the cancellation occurs after May 24, 2016, the participant is liable to pay a percentage of the total price in accordance with the following scale: Prior to Trip 20-15 Days: 20%; 14-6 Days: 50%; 5-1 Days: 100%.

Tuition Information

Students may register for a 3 credit hours course called 'Ghana Mission Trip'' ‘GEN 689'.All costs related to this course will be added to your student account once Summer 2016 registration opens up and you have successfully enrollee for the class.

Trip Cancelation

Regent University may cancel any study abroad/tour for events beyond its control, including but not limited to instability in a destination country, acts of God, war (whether declared or undeclared), Terrorist activities, incidents of violence, public health issues or quarantine, substantial currency fluctuations, strikes, government restrictions, fire or severe weather conditions that make it impossible or commercially unreasonable in the opinion of Regent University to conduct the tour. If Regent University cancels the tour for any such reason, travelers will NOT receive a refund for monies paid.

Important Documents

Minimum and Maximum Number of Participants:

Note that the minimum number of study trip participants is 10 and the maximum number is 20. The trip will be cancelled should the number of registrations not reach the minimum by the end of the day, May 24. All registrations will be processed on a first come first served basis. In case of trip cancellation, all payments will be refunded at 100% accept for donations.


Questions:

Should you have any questions, please contact the CGM coordinator at dianaoh@regent.edu.

Center for Global Missions
School of Divinity
Regent University
1000 Regent University Drive
Virginia Beach, VA 23464
Phone: Toll-free (U.S. only) 800.723.6162
+1.757.352.4419