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MAC (Mission Adventure Camp) is a short-term mission trip packed with adventure, fellowship, spiritual growth, and practical service! With an international team you will be traveling to the jungle of Peru to minister to an ethnic group called the Nomatsiguengas. Over the past years they have suffered tremendously at the hands of terrorists and drug traffickers. Now is a special moment in their history because they are hungry and excited to hear the Gospel! The Nomatsiguengas live near San Martín de Pangoa. Their language “Nomatsiguenga” has a translation of the New Testament, but is still in need of a translation of the Old Testament.
During the mission trip you will work with local churches and missionaries by leading children’s Bible classes, evangelizing, doing physical construction work, praying for families, giving basic disease prevention classes, and leading worship services. Don’t miss this opportunity to share God’s love with the Nomatsiguengas!

When: June 23rd - July 4th
Where: Peru
Cost: $875 + Flight
(Price includes insurance, transportation to and from the airport, transportation to and from ministry sites, ministry material, three meals a day, purified drinking water, and sleeping accommodations) For more information, please contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

I got a real sense we were doing work Jesus Himself did. We were going out into the world as He commands us to in Mark 16:15. I would recommend this trip to anyone who is being called to missions, but does not yet know in which area they would like to serve. MAC really gives you a good idea about your strengths and weaknesses, your likes and dislikes. It is also a great opportunity to leave your comfort zone and grow in your faith!
-Sabastian Collard

I participated in MAC because I wanted to reignite my passion for God, the church, and his mission. I found this trip helped me to do that and helped me learn more about myself and my part in God's plan. I also loved how the people we partnered with are there for the long run. After we left they were able to continue building on the relationships we started. I had my doubts about short-term mission trips, but the long-term missionaries made me feel like a valued member of their team and showed how important my role was.
-Julie Cameron