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    Students Begin ISP Trips

    Students servewith the St. Bernard Project in Baton Rouge, Louisiana.
    May 28, 2019

    Students have already begun serving through Campus Ministries' International Service Program. Through the St. Bernard Project in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, students are busy with tile work, painting and caulking, among other duties, to help repair a home damaged by severe flooding in August 2016. 

    On May 26, ISP Belize began their experience with Hand in Hand Ministries. Hand in Hand Ministries is dedicated to providing food, water, clothing, shelter, education and medical care to the most vulnerable populations. Participants work with families to repair or build homes, visit community members, play with the local children, and attend cultural presentations.

    The Kino Border Initiative group visited Nogales, Arizona and Mexico from May 18 to 25 on an immersive trip embracing direct service and learning about social justice through significant dialogue with people impacted by migration.

    For more about this spring/summer's ISP trips, visit here. You can also follow Campus Ministries on Facebook here.

     

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