Going on Faith

Spring 2017

The Magazine for faith-based travel planners.

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going on faith [ spring 2017 ] T he students in your church have been looking forward to this trip for six months, and you are in charge of planning it and executing it properly. You need to make sure that the group arrives at the destination on time, stays safe, learns some things and generally has a great time. And you must do it all in a way that is cost effective. Are you up for the challenge? Youth group trips come with high expectations and their own logistical challenges. If you're a youth pastor, you might have a firm grasp on how to lead and inspire your kids, but little experience in coordinating travel logistics. And if you're an experienced travel planner tasked with putting together a trip for the youth, the needs of these groups are likely to be quite different than what you're used to. Here are 10 tips, gathered from veteran youth pastors and travel planners, that will give you a leg up on planning and executing safe, fun and memorable youth-group trips BY B R I A N J E W E L L P L A N YO U T H G R O U P T R I P S HOW T O HOW TO

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