Jesus said to them, “Go into all the world and preach the Gospel to all creation."
At North Chapel, we firmly believe that every time we exit the church doors we enter the mission field. Jesus' command for His followers to take the Good News globally and to make disciples of the nations is something that burns deep within the heart of our church.—In addition to serving in local outreach, North Chapel sends teams to reach the unreached throughout the world.
This September, North Chapel is excited to be sending a short-term team to Bolivia.
"Something incredibly transforming occurs the moment someone discovers that God loves them so much that He would uproot and send His followers from an entirely different country to share the gift of Jesus personally with them."
-Bob Hager, Outreach Director
Bolivia Mission Trip
Sept. 1-9, 2017
A short-term mission team from North Chapel is taking the Gospel to unreached Aymara villages deep in the Andes Mountains of Bolivia.
The Aymara are a people group whose roots trace back almost 5,000 years. It is estimated that there are 1.5 million Aymara-speaking people today living across the Peruvian-Bolivian region. Most local Bolivians do not trek into these mountain villages because of the difficulty in reaching them. As a result, there are currently no actively-worshiping churches or a fellowship of believers in these villages.
The purpose of this team reaching out to the Aymara is to spearhead a broader effort to reach, teach and make disciples within the tribes in these remote villages.
Each person going on this mission trip raises the funding necessary to go. If you would like to partner with one of the following North Chapel team members in order to take the Gospel to the Aymara villages, please choose from the list below:
- Kathy Barnes (fully supported)
- Bobby Brewer (fully supported)
- Darlene Cleaver (fully supported)
- Bob Hager (fully supported)
- Christina Madonia (select here)
- Diane Powers (select here)
- Jeannie Lundin (select here)
Above all else, please pray for the team.