Kentucky Baptist Fellowship, Kentucky Baptist Women In Ministry, and The Eglise Evangelique au Maroc will parner together in October to lead the first multicultural women’s experience for Kentuckians and Africans in Morocco. Lead by Karen Thomas Smith and Becky Caswell-Speight, this trip seeks to build relationships between women of the EEAM and women of the KYBWIM. The group from Kentucky will travel (caravan) across the country of Morocco with women of the EEAM developing partnership, discovering ways to work together, and encouraging each other in their own cultures and contexts. Highlights for the trip include worship in Casablanca, Bible study in Fez, dialog with Moroccan Muslims in Ifrane, and worship with migrants/refugees in Rabat.
Tentative Travel Dates: October 3-14, 2013
Estimated Cost (flight, lodging, travel in Morocco, 3 meals/day): $2100
Applications are currently being received by KBF for this trip. In order to book your spot, an application and $150 non-refundable deposit must be submitted by May 31, 2013. For more information, please contact Josh Speight or Becky Caswell-Speight.
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