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Doctors, Nurses, Dentists, Hygienists, Pharmacists, Opticians, Teachers, Preachers, Evangelists, Cooks, Maintainers, Helpers, Workers, Translators--if you have a talent, you can be used.

Come see, come touch, come feel the spiritual exhilaration of being on a campaign to heal, encourage, uplift, build, save souls.

Latin American Missions’ primary goal for all campaigns is “to seek and save the lost” and to encourage and build up one another (Luke 19:10, I Thessalonians 5:11).

A secondary goal is to provide an opportunity for individuals and congregations to personally participate and work in various capacities on the foreign mission field as we are instructed in the great commission (Matthew 28:18-20).

Our missionaries fulfill a great task in coordinating the efforts which take place during a campaign.  In any location where a campaign is held, a preacher is always left to care for the new Christians.

You Can Go…

All campaign participants must send in a completed registration form and be approved by the Forrest Park elders.

An online application is available to register for a campaign on our hame page and on the side of this page.

Since travel is outside the continental United States, a current, valid passport is required.  Also, be certain your passport does not expire within six months of the date of your arrival in the foreign country.

Immunization requirements vary depending on where you are going. Please check with your local physician for recommended shots.

You will need to bring enough clothing, toiletries and other items for the time you are on campaign.  There may be limitations as to how many pieces of luggage you are allowed to bring. Consult your campaign information package for further information.

Expenses to participate on a campaign include an airline ticket, team expenses, and some food and lodging costs.  On average, an eight day campaign trip is $1,300.00.  Costs vary depending on the location, number of workers from the United States and Latin America, and type of campaign.