Last February I went on my first trip with Adventures In Missions to Haiti as part of the Youth Ministry Advance Team: Haiti and quickly returned two months later through AIM taking a team from my church. Last month yet another church team went to Haiti through AIM and we’re planning another one for the spring.
“Choose Your Adventure” Missions Trips
I love a lot of things about AIM, but perhaps one of the things I appreciate most is the ability to customize each trip we do. In fact, the last two trips my church did to Haiti were completely custom trips. We picked the dates, the country, age restrictions, cast the vision and everything. AIM came along-side us, provided the training for our groups and made each trip an amazing experience.
Adventures In Missions is launching a campaign called Choose Your Adventure that capitalizes on their custom trips. Just like in the ’90s when the “choose your own adventure” books were popular, AIM does the same thing except with missions trips.
“Choose MY Adventure” Video
Based on that, I created a little video telling about a time in youth ministry when I had to make a decision, but I’m letting you pick the ending for me! Watch the video and click an option at the end about how you think I responded.
Share your story and win free stuff!
Then post a video response to it on YouTube. Share about a time when you were faced with a defining moment in youth ministry where you had to make a choice. One lucky person will be selected to win a pretty amazing free youth ministry resource package from Adventures In Missions!
Or, if you’re going to be at the National Youth Workers Convention in Nashville this weekend, visit the Adventures In Missions booth and they’ll be happy to record a brief video of your story for you!
Check out AIM’s website: Choose Your Youth Group’s Next Adventure!
Full Disclaimer: This is a sponsored post. From my own past experiences with AIM on multiple trips, I really do love and believe in what they are doing and am excited to partner with them!
Posted on November 16, 2010