Mercy Projects Georgia Summer Camp

Starts:
  Tuesday, July 7, 2015
  12:00 am
 
Ends: Tuesday, July 21, 2015 12:00 am  

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Make A Difference in Georgia 

Mercy Projects is focused on providing a hopeful future for needy kids. Annual summer camps play an important role in that goal.Our newest project has been ministering to Armenian youth in the country of Georgia.

You are officially invited and urged to join them July 7 – 21, 2015 for an amazing camp in Georgia! Mercy Projects had been sending teams to minister to the youth of Armenia for 5 years, then in 2013, Jeff led their first trip into Georgia to minister at a new location God has provided…but still to Armenian youth. They are looking for counselors to share their life and love with these kids. These kids have grown up around Christianity as a religion but we desire to show them how they can have a relationship with Jesus.

Join their team and local Armenian counselors to put on an awesome program for these kids. Space is still available.

Trip cost is $900 plus Airfare. Apply now

Location

This small country lies on the east coast of the Black sea. The Armenian kids who attend love the opportunity to swim and play in the Black Sea. Camp Friendship is in a beautiful location with its own private beach.

Learn more about Mercy Projects at mercyprojects.org

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