Caravan Mission Trip2024-04-25T06:23:46+00:00

CARAVAN MISSION TRIP

Join us for MIA Caravan!

What is a MIA Caravan?

MIA Caravans exists to help strengthen local churches, pastors, and our camp counselors by partnering with them to help them continue to reach their communities for Christ and to make disciples who will make disciples. It is a type of “Backyard Bible Club” meets “VBS” style of camp happening all across Romania, in order to help strengthen the local church and fulfill the Great Commission.

Goals

1. Create and strengthen partnerships with churches and pastors

2. Reach the next generation with the Gospel

3. Connect youth to their local churches

4. Raise-up disciples who make disciples

5. Invite youth to participate at Camp MIA

Caravan Overview

See what the MIA Caravan has in store for you!

Thursday – Local Church Youth Training

Setting up supplies and equipment at church, meeting the local church team, presenting LIFEROMANIA’s vision, presenting the MIA Caravan schedule, youth outreach.

Friday – VBS style Programs

Kids’ program in the morning, youth outreach at noon, youth meeting in the evening.

Saturday – Sports Tournament Day

Youth Soccer Tournament, Evangelistic moment at lunch, VBS style program with the kids in the afternoon.

Sunday – Award Presentation

Attend and serve at the local church service, present awards to the Soccer Tournament Winners, host a celebration pizza lunch after service, pack and head home.

LIFEROMANIA will organize anything related to national travel, accommodations, or meals.

Caravan Overview

See what the MIA Caravan has in store for you!

LIFEROMANIA will organize anything related to national travel, accommodations, or meals.

How can you serve?

Ideally, each team coming to a MIA Caravan is around 12-20 students + leaders.
That way, everyone is doing something.

1. Caravan Captain

Main contact person between American and MIA Team, deals with the organization of the caravan.

2. Spiritual Leader

Be ready to teach Evangelistic messages to all age groups. Have captivating 10-15 min sermons and decide who shares their testimony. Initiate prayer moments with the team and encourage them!

3. Soccer Tournament Titan

Set-up the Soccer Tournament. Make sure you have everything you need for it: a referee, a score-keeping person, balls, team shirts. Keep track of the rules, and explain them to the participants.

4. Games Guru

Come up with fun, interesting indoor and outdoor games for youths and younger children. Each VBS style program will start with games, so be prepared with tons of them! Make sure you have and set up all the materials you need for each game before the program starts.

5. Skit Master

Find/come up with fun, interesting, captivating skits and dramas based on the main theme of the Caravan. Make sure they have a clear Evangelistic message which both kids and youths will understand.

6. Craft Coordinator

Make sure you prepare 2 to 3 crafts for youths and kids that they can take home. Have all the materials you need ready and think of a fun presentation of the craft.

7. Worship Coordinator

Whether it is a classic worship song or a song with signs, you oversee it. Organize the worship team, think of the playlist, lead with passion. Think of a Youtube playlist that can be played during the Soccer Tournament as well.

8. Photo/Social Media

Capture all the Caravan moments. Create fun and unique reels, think o interview questions for the local Church leaders and communicate with the MIA team for indications. Take group photos at each activity.

9. Tech Support

Help run sound and teach for all Caravan activities. Set up equipment for the VBS programs, transport it safely to the soccer field and make sure the people involved in the program can be heard!

How can you serve?

Ideally, each team coming to a MIA Caravan is around 12-20 students + leaders.
That way, everyone is doing something.

1. Caravan Captain

Main contact person between American and MIA Team, deals with the organization of the caravan.

2. Spiritual Leader

Be ready to teach Evangelistic messages to all age groups. Have captivating 10-15 min sermons and decide who shares their testimony. Initiate prayer moments with the team and encourage them!

3. Soccer Tournament Titan

Set-up the Soccer Tournament. Make sure you have everything you need for it: a referee, a score-keeping person, balls, team shirts. Keep track of the rules, and explain them to the participants.

4. Games Guru

Come up with fun, interesting indoor and outdoor games for youths and younger children. Each VBS style program will start with games, so be prepared with tons of them! Make sure you have and set up all the materials you need for each game before the program starts.

5. Skit Master

Find/come up with fun, interesting, captivating skits and dramas based on the main theme of the Caravan. Make sure they have a clear Evangelistic message which both kids and youths will understand.

6. Craft Coordinator

Make sure you prepare 2 to 3 crafts for youths and kids that they can take home. Have all the materials you need ready and think of a fun presentation of the craft.

7. Worship Coordinator

Whether it is a classic worship song or a song with signs, you oversee it. Organize the worship team, think of the playlist, lead with passion. Think of a Youtube playlist that can be played during the Soccer Tournament as well.

8. Photo/Social Media

Capture all the Caravan moments. Create fun and unique reels, think o interview questions for the local Church leaders and communicate with the MIA team for indications. Take group photos at each activity.

8. Photo/Social Media

Capture all the Caravan moments. Create fun and unique reels, think o interview questions for the local Church leaders and communicate with the MIA team for indications. Take group photos at each activity.

9. Tech Support

Help run sound and teach for all Caravan activities. Set up equipment for the VBS programs, transport it safely to the soccer field and make sure the people involved in the program can be heard!

How can you serve?

Ideally, each team coming to a MIA Caravan is around 12-20 students + leaders.
That way, everyone is doing something.

1. Caravan Captain

Main contact person between American and MIA Team, deals with the organization of the caravan.

2. Spiritual Leader

Be ready to teach Evangelistic messages to all age groups. Have captivating 10-15 min sermons and decide who shares their testimony. Initiate prayer moments with the team and encourage them!

3. Soccer Tournament Titan

Set-up the Soccer Tournament. Make sure you have everything you need for it: a referee, a score-keeping person, balls, team shirts. Keep track of the rules, and explain them to the participants.

4. Games Guru

Come up with fun, interesting indoor and outdoor games for youths and younger children. Each VBS style program will start with games, so be prepared with tons of them! Make sure you have and set up all the materials you need for each game before the program starts.

5. Skit Master

Find/come up with fun, interesting, captivating skits and dramas based on the main theme of the Caravan. Make sure they have a clear Evangelistic message which both kids and youths will understand.

6. Craft Coordinator

Make sure you prepare 2 to 3 crafts for youths and kids that they can take home. Have all the materials you need ready and think of a fun presentation of the craft.

7. Worship Coordinator

Whether it is a classic worship song or a song with signs, you oversee it. Organize the worship team, think of the playlist, lead with passion. Think of a Youtube playlist that can be played during the Soccer Tournament as well.

8. Photo/Social Media

Capture all the Caravan moments. Create fun and unique reels, think o interview questions for the local Church leaders and communicate with the MIA team for indications. Take group photos at each activity.

9. Tech Support

Help run sound and teach for all Caravan activities. Set up equipment for the VBS programs, transport it safely to the soccer field and make sure the people involved in the program can be heard!

Next steps:

If you have decided to join LIFEROMANIA in a Caravan, now is the time to come!
What do you need to do?

1. Send an email to Iulian Avramescu ([email protected]) explaining why you want to come to a MIA Caravan and he will give you all the additional details you need to prepare for your trip to Romania.

3. Start saving up for your trip – you will need around $1000 per person and $300 USD per extra week for transportation, food, accommodations & any site-seeing we will be doing – this does not include the cost of the flights. For more details please see the main page MISSION TEAMS.

2. Pray about it

4. Check out the dates for the next MIA Caravans and book your flight!

Missions Packet

The Missions Packet contains all the information you need to know about our mission and how you can be apart of our ministry. We invite you to download it and print it out for every participant in the mission team.

If you should have any questions, please write us via our contact page.

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