Much like PLIA, A Mission OutReach (AMOR) aims to bring aid to the less fortunate, but instead of staying in the country, mission groups travel abroad.
AMOR work projects take as many as 45 students annually to developing countries where they carry out work projects, lead Bible schools, and become introduced to the culture and the mission challenges of their host country. Past AMOR groups have served in Liberia, Tanzania, Nepal, Lesotho, Ethiopia, Nicaragua, Belize, Honduras, Guatemala, India, Jamaica, and Haiti.
Depending on the trip, flight costs, the size of the group, and the work being done at the site, the cost per student ranges from $1,500 to $4,000. AMOR is a two-week mission, taking place during Christmas Break and immediately after school ends in May. Students can receive applications in September during the AMOR meeting, which discusses the options for the upcoming missions.
For more information, contact Alex Geleynse (email@example.com).