Collegiate Mission Opportunities
We have several opportunities for students to engage in missions. We hope that SBTC Collegiate Ministry can be a resource for you and your students to get in contact with the many opportunities there are within our convention.
For more information please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at 877-853-7282.
2015 Missions Opportunities
Funds are available to help team leaders. The dates are flexible to match the schedule of the team leader and group.
Please pray about leading a team and contact Steve for more information.
Collegiate Disaster Relief Trailer
Your college students can be mobilized when a disaster strikes. Disasters create sudden and unexpected opportunities for immediate ministry. No area of mission action requires more rapid response than disaster relief. The SBTC has a Disaster Relief trailer that is equipped with all the tools needed to do mud out and chain saw ministry. Being equipped to minister in a disaster area is Christian love in action and meeting urgent needs in crisis situations. Not only will physical needs be met, but spiritual needs will be met as well. For more information please contact the Collegiate Disaster Relief Trailer Coordinator/Crew Chief. Mike and Pat Liles, Collegiate Disaster Relief Trailer Coordinator/Crew Chief Mike. Email Mike.
The Work - When working with this unit your group will contribute manpower, hope to disaster victims, be on a chainsaw crew or mud-out crew.
Training - Trained and certified Disaster Relief crew chiefs will train, lead, and coordinate the disaster ministry. The crew chief is recognized by state officials and Homeland Security. Your students could literally be one of the first to enter a disaster area and begin ministering and providing help and hope to those that have lost everything. Training is also available for the following areas: feeding units, chainsaw, child care, rebuild, water purification, laundry, showers, communications, and others. We are prepared to go where and when we are needed, even out of state. Training is simple and is only one day. From January – May, every month, there is a training held somewhere in Texas. Training for your group is available at your church as well. Why train? Each participant will get credentials to identify them in the disaster area. They will also get the skills, safety instruction, and team building which are crucial in a disaster area.