2018 Kingdom Week Timeline


Commitment Day – Thursday, November 9, 2017

  • Kingdom Week Meeting for ALL KW participants – 12:00-1:00 in Banquet Hall
  • Non-refundable Deposit due – $50 or $150

Passport Application Deadline – December 1, 2017 (Mexico and Haiti); January 19, 2017 (Jordan)

Payments: Payment dates and amounts vary by trip.  You should anticipate 3 or 4 installments in addition to the deposit.  See your trip leader for details

WHAT WE WILL BE DOING


Piedras Negras, Mexico

Reed Barron & Ashley Hudspeth
reed.barron@dcc.dallas.edu
ahudspeth@dallas.edu
March 10-17, 2018
$250-$275

Piedras Negras, Mexico is a town just across the border from Eagle Pass, TX. For the fourth year in a row, our team will help Colegio Biblico, a small Bible college, improve their campus. At the campus we will get to know Colegio’s students and work alongside them in ministry. The team will visit a primary school as well as a home for mentally handicapped residents. We will also travel to churches and ministries to perform service ministries and share the gospel.

Port-au-Prince, Haiti

Crystal Laidacker
claidacker@dallas.edu
March 9-17, 2018
$1,300-$1,400

Haiti is the 3rd poorest country in the world.  DCC will present the Gospel in a country wracked by poverty and voodoo.  Minister alongside DCC alum Jean-Marie Joseph and her husband, Jean.  Ministry options include children’s Bible classes, evangelism, medical clinics, food distribution, leading worship, encouraging the Church family and more.

Amman, Jordan

Eric Hinton
ehinton@dallas.edu
May 20-31, 2018
$2,000-$2,350

While the Middle East is embroiled in conflict, the country of Jordan offers a sanctuary where Christians   and   Muslims peacefully coexist.  In May, Kingdom Week will partner will former DCC professor, Dr. Justin Bass, who currently teaches at Jordan Evangelical Theological Seminary (JETS).  Minister to Christian and Muslim refugees who have fled ISIS, serve in Jordanian churches, assist a Christian library, and help bring peace to a region that is desperate for it.