The Women's Institute
In many of the contexts that we serve, women have even less access to Biblical tools. We are working to meet the needs of these women by helping them grow in biblical literacy. Our desire is to see more women coming to faith in Jesus, and equipped with the tools necessary to read, understand, and instruct someone in God’s Word.
No, you do not need a theological degree to participate or teach on one of our trips, but you do need to be apt to teach and possess ministry experience. Additionally, some training sites offer other ministry outlets during the trip that will allow those who are not seeking to teach alternate ministry avenues.
Global Training trips average around $2,000 with some trips costing more and some costing less. Airfare has the most significant impact on the cost of a trip.
The cost of your trip covers airfare, ground transportation, food and water, lodging, translators, trip insurance, and an administrative fee. When traveling to countries that require a visa, there is an additional cost with the visa agency. We provide the necessary information for processing visas.
No. For liability and logistical reasons, we must purchase all airline tickets for short-term trips.
We provide coaching and guidance on raising support for your trip; however, we cannot provide any financial assistance for trip participants.
No. The cost of the trip does not include immunizations or pre-trip medical expenses. We recommend that individuals consult with their doctor before participating on a trip. We also recommend that the person visit the US Department of State’s website concerning the country of travel. For each trip we purchase travel insurance that covers emergency medical costs during the trip.
No. Trip participants are not able to extend a Global Training trip before or after the official trip.