Navajo Mission Trip Meeting Set for Sunday

Navajo Mission Trip Meeting Set for Sunday

Southwestern’s Spiritual Life and Development Department is hosting a Navajo Mission Trip informational meeting on Sunday, Dec. 12 at 6:30 p.m. in Barron Chapel. The trip is scheduled for Spring Break, 2011 and will take place at the Navajo Indian Reservation in Fort Defiance, Arizona.

Mission Director Dr. Randy Butler has just returned from the work site and he will provide helpful information about living arrangements, work projects and outreach opportunities.

Students and faculty at Southwestern Adventist University, as well as students and parents from Chisholm Trail Academy are invited to attend the meeting, and make plans to take part in this mission trip.

Applications and itineraries are available in the Spiritual Life and Development office.

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