Short-term mission trips are great opportunities to extend your ministry beyond borders—but every trip comes with hazards, from injuries to lost baggage. Join us for tips to help make your travels as safe and impactful as possible.
Best practices for choosing a local guide for your trip
How to assemble your mission team
Tips to get your team organized before the trip
About the presenters:
Gabe Brown is assistant vice president – special markets at Brotherhood Mutual. His duties include managing and supervising the company’s Faith Ventures mission travel insurance operations. Gabe is a graduate of Anderson University and has made dozens of mission trips, including many to Kenya.
Ryan Skoog is president and co-founder of Fly For Good, a company specializing in mission and humanitarian travel. He also co-founded International Volunteer Card. Ryan does plenty of work in the mission field, making trips to Tibet, Burma, Kenya, Zimbabwe, and more. He earned his MBA from the University of Saint Thomas in Minnesota.
About Faith Ventures
Faith Ventures is a mission travel hub that can help you book, insure, and manage your trip in one place. A partnership between Brotherhood Mutual and Fly For Good, the company assists mission travelers from the planning process through the trip itself with humanitarian airfare, mission travel insurance, and trip management tools. For more information, visit FaithVentures.com.
The information provided in this webinar is intended to be helpful, but it does not constitute legal advice and is not a substitute for the advice from a licensed attorney in your area.