CAMPO

Training for life and ministry in Latin America

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Are you looking for adventure through hands-on cross-cultural experience?

Are you seeking God’s will regarding an internship or long-term missionary service?

Are you a Christian entrepreneur or business person considering tent-making opportunities in Latin America?

CAMPO will provide you with the skills you need to succeed in Latin America!

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CAMPO (Centro de Adiestramiento Misionero en Pokomchilandia) helps participants acquire the cross-cultural adaptation and language learning skills necessary to effectively carry out their work or ministry call in Latin America. Classroom time is interspersed with engaging local people and completing assignments in the local market. Participants live with local families in town as well as spending time living in a village setting. Each member of our staff is bicultural and bilingual.

 

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  • Contact

    teamtrips@mvi.org

  • Dates

    May 20 – June 21, 2019

    October 28 – November 22, 2019

  • Cost

    $1750 per student (single)

    $2900 per couple (add $500 per child accompanying you)

    Pricing includes all your ground transportation, food, lodging and course materials. (Airfare additional). Fund-raising tools and training provided by trained coaches.

“CAMPO was a life-changing and equipping time for our family of 6. God knew we needed training right in the heart of Latin culture. We were able to have classroom learning in the morning and spend the afternoon practicing and experiencing what we learned. Our children learned to embrace the Pokomchi lifestyle and truly enjoyed their daily adventures while we were in class. Our facilitators were knowledgeable and gave generously from their wealth of experiences and wisdom. San Cristobal Verapaz was not only an incredibly beautiful town, but its people were warm and inviting as well. We cannot recommend CAMPO highly enough to anyone considering cross-cultural missions in a Latin culture.”

-Peter and Melissa Murrell, new missionaries to Central America

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