Chiapas, Mexico – 2023-03
Located in the southern part of Mexico, Chiapas is made up of mountainous highlands and dense rainforests, creating a beautifully diverse landscape. This state is filled with Mayan historical sights and Spanish colonial towns and is known for its production of Cacao. Chiapas as a state has the highest poverty rate in all of Mexico, partially due to the marginalization of the large indigenous population in the state.
Short-term trips categorized at this level have either a medium level of strenuous activity levels, mid-level advanced ministry or location requirements, or all of the above. Participants must be willing to share the gospel and their testimony to others, be physically able to walk for extended periods of time, over even and uneven surfaces with some steps, inclines and unpaved terrain. Participants must be willing to commit to attending 100 percent of scheduled trainings on culture and ministry tactics.
Latin America & Caribbean