Break for Change ministers around the world
March 04, 2008

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     Seventy-four students in six teams will spend their spring break, March 8-15, in spots around the world, taking part in Bryan College’s annual Break for Change ministry outreach.A past year's Break for Change team with new friends.
     In addition, the Bryan Chorale with 44 students will perform throughout Georgia and Florida on its annual spring break tour.
     Dr. Travis Ricketts, director of Practical Christian Involvement, the umbrella organization for Break for Change (BFC), said BFC is an “alternative for students to actively develop their walk with Christ while learning how to love and serve people that may be different from them.”
     This year’s destinations include:
·              * Juigalpa, Nicaragua, where students will work with Chosen Children Ministries
Description: Working with an orphanage, repairing homes and churches, running sports camps and Bible clubs.
·              * Latvia, where students will cooperate with local churches in youth outreach through film making and teaching English.
     * San Diego, Calif., where students will work with City of Refuge ministry in services including ministering to the poor and homeless, sharing food and talking to people on the streets, and running bread lines at schools.
     * Opelousas, La., working with the Hope for Opelousas ministry, in the areas of racial reconciliation and home repair.
     * Birmingham, England, working with Operation Mobilization in evangelism, community outreach in a Muslim area and open air and youth ministry.
     * Honduras, where members of the men’s soccer team will be evangelizing through playing soccer and giving personal testimonies.