Digital platforms are providing an opportunity for virtual mission trips.
Jeff Johnston with e3partners believes God gave them this vision in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic.
But he says they have come to realise that this isn’t just a temporary solution. The missions training helps people who lack time and funds to take a real mission trip.
The virtual trips allow people to work with a missions team abroad and receive training online.
Mr Johnson told Mission Network News they keep the program interesting, incorporating theme nights related to a country’s culture.
The upcoming Athens trip has a slot to “make your own Greek meal”.
The virtual trips not only provide experience but also are obviously more affordable. Trips can range in price from $US1 to $US225.
The organisation has 18 trips planned in this year.