UBF Short Term Mission Trips: How to Apply and Prepare

UBF Short Term Mission Trips: How to Apply and Prepare course image

Are you thinking about going abroad to serve on a short-term mission or to broaden your horizon? The UBF community has an extensive network in over 90 countries. You can find a UBF ministry where you will be able to serve as a music servant, a language teacher, or a Bible teacher. You can also use such opportunities to deepen your relationship with the Lord to grow as a disciple of Jesus.

The purpose of this workshop is to help you to know the UBF programs that offer short-term missions opportunities for the youth in our ministry, and how to prepare for your trips.

* The first workshop by Dr. John K. Lee (who is in charge of the UBF short-term missions program) will introduce the program details and how you can participate.
* The second workshop by Dr. Moses Noh will discuss the Gap Year Program and some practical guidelines on how to prepare and participate.

Course Objectives

Through the presentations and Q&A sessions, the participants will find out, among others, ….

* Opportunities for short-term missions
* Availability of financial assistance
* How to apply
* How to plan ahead for the trips
* Guidelines during your stay in the host country
* Advice from the previous participants

Required Texts and Materials

Materials will be shared by the Presenters

Course Evaluation




Course Schedule
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Jan 27 (10:00 AM) Feb 03 (10:00 AM)
  • Week 1 - Jan 27
    10:00 AM

    UBF Short Term Mission Trips: How to Apply and Prepare

  • Week 2 - Feb 03
    10:00 AM

    The Gap Year Program

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Dr. John K. Lee

  • Campus Pastor, Central Illinois University Bible Fellowship
  • Physician at Springfield Memorial Hospital
  • Certified by the American Board of Family Medicine
  • Studied at Dallas Theological Seminary (DTS)
  • Lives in Springfield, IL (USA)
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    Dr. Moses Noh

    Moses Noh is a layman missionary in Philadelphia. Since he accepted God’s grace and calling in college he has been committed to UBF campus mission. He is happily married to Rebekah who is also a UBF layman missionary and they have three children, David (21), Grace (19), and Abraham (18). He is a professor at Drexel University and specialized in... Read More

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