Each year, LBC Journey Teams travel to the furthest corners of the world to live out the gospel message by bringing hope to the hopeless. Whether working at an orphanage in Haiti, helping to build a church in Jamaica, teaching English in Germany, doing sports camps in the Philippines or involved n street evangelism in Thailand, the service of these teams leave a lasting impact on the places they visit and the people they meet—not to mention on the lives of the individual team members. Trips are planned throughout the year and are open to all LBC student to participate.
The Journey Teams need two things to be successful – those who GO and those who GIVE.
Prayerfully and carefully consider if God is asking you to consider joining a Journey Team this year. We’re asking God to put together the teams that HE wants to serve Him around the world. Explore the list of trips below to discover if there is a trip that is of interest to you.
Dates: March 1 – 13, 2023
Leaders: Dr. Robert & Mrs. Kendra Bigley and Ariella Hoover
This trip is for LBC chorale members only. The team will help lead two church services, present three concerts and interact with locals.
Dates: May 6 – 14, 2023
Leaders: Dr. Bob Dodson & Dr. Ling Dinse
The Southwest Journey Team will be traveling to New Mexico to serve God in ministry to the Navajo and Zuni reservations. We will be partnering with various mission organizations and churches. Some of the activities include gaining an awareness of the physical and spiritual needs of Native Americans, feeding the homeless, preparing a camp for the summer and working in Christian schools.
Dates: May 19 – June 4, 2023
Leaders: Dr. Stacey Martin & Melissa Boas
The South Africa Journey Team will be assisting in a small Christian Boarding school in teaching, helping with meals and possibly completing a work project.
Even if you do not physically go on a trip, you can still be part of a trip by giving to support a team member. Each individual on a team needs to raise the designated amount for their trip. For some students, that can be difficult. By coming alongside them with your gift, you are partnering with their team.