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Every September there is anticipation in the air at the Reign Ministries Headquarters, as we prepare to launch our Royal Servants mission trips for the following summer. Locations have to be chosen, details have to be finalized (as much as we can), and the website needs to be updated. But now…it is ready for YOU!

We are excited to announce the following Royal Servants Mission Trips for summer 2019. With all these wonderful places, how can you choose just one?

China, Costa Rica, Ireland, Japan (brand new to Royal Servants), Macedonia – Greece, Morocco, Nehemiah (alumni only), Nepal, Scotland, Spain, Uganda, and Western Europe.

See a photo that stirs adventure in your heart? Can you guess which country it is? Click the image to see if you guessed correctly, and then don’t forget to register for a life changing summer!


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Here are more pics from the Western Europe team as they traveled from Belgium to London.


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I read a quote lately that said “adventure is when everything goes wrong” if that is the case we have had a lot of adventure in the past few days. We left Koper, Slovenia on Tuesday the 24th. Because we could not get reservations for our whole group of 22 on the same train we divided into 2 groups. Corin, Katie, and Camryn took a bus with one group from Koper to Ljubljana at 2:45pm to check into their Hostel because they had to leave the next morning at 7:00am. Jen and I left with our group by train at 8:15pm from Koper to Ljubljana.

We were supposed to leave Ljubljana at 11:55pm for Munich, Germany but our train was 30 minutes late which made us miss our next train to Munich so we had to make new reservations and wait in Munich for 2 or 3 hours for our new schedule. We got on our train from Munich at 9:28am and after 3 changes of trains we made it to our destination in Brussels. We had left our hostel at 7:10pm Tuesday and after all night on several trains and all day Wednesday we got to the church we are staying at in Brussels at 7:15pm Wednesday.

Meanwhile Corin’s group was at the train station in Ljubljana ready to go at 7:00am and their train was also late which made them miss their change over in Villach, Austria. They were stuck in Villach and had to wait for a train. They finally got on a train to Frankfurt without a reservation which meant they had to switch up seats that had no reservations on them. After an 11 hour train ride they made it to Frankfurt but could not get a train until Thursday morning at 6:15am. They spent the night on one of the platforms of the train station. They made it to the church in Brussels by 11:00am. It was a joyous reunion for our team. We spent an hour catching up and swapping stories and laughing a ton about the crazy experiences we all had.

One of our theme verses this summer has been James 1:2-4 “Consider it pure joy, my brothers and sisters whenever you face trials of many kinds, because you know that the testing of your faith produces perseverance. Let perseverance finish its work so that you may be mature and complete, not lacking anything.”

God is definitely maturing each of us through the challenges we have faced this summer. Our team handled these past several days like rock stars. They just went with it and did amazing. I overheard one of our students say how Training Camp had prepared them for moments like this. That was music to my ears.

We had all day yesterday to get rested up and the church let us use their washer and dryer to get all of our laundry done. This afternoon we are going into Brussels for ministry. I am looking forward to what God has in store for us here.

For the Western Europe family,
Curtis

Check out their live videos on our Facebook Page.
Sadie Mae & Becca share
Emma & Cassie share
Team Performs


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Western Europe

by Margaret Andrus

Brussels Belgium 🇧🇪 FINALLY. Curtis & Jen’s group got in yesterday late. We ate, showered and went to bed and didn’t wake up till 9:30am. Corin’s group pulled in this morning at 10:30am after a night in a hostel a late train which messes up all their reserved trains just like us then ended up having to sleep in the Frankfurt Germany train station.
What an adventure we all had.

We sat at these tables after lunch for over an hour just telling stories of each groups adventures.

It’s 98 degrees today in Belgium!!


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Pictures starting from church on Sunday in Slovenia through traveling to Belgium today in two groups (on with Curtis, the Trip Leader, and the other with Corin McHargue, Co-Trip Leader on Reign Ministries Staff).

Travel Day Videos
Night Travels
Train Station Fun
Getting a little loopy


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The Western Europe team went live this morning from Facebook. Catch their video HERE. Also some pictures from their first days in Vienna.


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We are so thankful for the church in Warsaw to welcome us and let us stay in their building while we were there. We even got to go to church with their congregation on Sunday. It was so cool to see so many different countries and cultures represented at the church. Later in the afternoon that day, we got a chance to visit the remaining wall fragment from the Jewish ghetto. Even though it was a small fragment of the wall it was very sobering to stop and remember all of the Jews that were that were forced to live in the ghettos and to realize just how many of them died there. The rest of the evening was filled with more ministry in the old walled city of Warsaw. May good conversations were had during our performances.

The students favorite drama to explain to people is one called Clocks (or Frozen in Time). It’s such a clear representation of our lives and what Christ did for us; it’s also the drama that seems to always intrigue people the most. While the drama team is performing the other students look for people who are watching and they strike up a conversation with them. I’ve thoroughly enjoyed getting to see each and every one of the students grow in their boldness to start talking to people. My prayer every summer is that the boldness the students discover within themselves continues to grow as they go home so that they can truly build relationships with their peers and take the chance to share Christ with them.

The train ride to Vienna was fantastic; a single 7-hour train! We arrived late Monday night and have been busy, helping the Christian school, that is our host, paint rooms to prepare for next year’s students. This is an international Christian school here and the ministry that they do is incredible. Even though it is a Christian school a large chunk of their students aren’t Christians. They come to this school because their parents moved to Austria for various reasons and since they don’t speak German but do speak English they choose this school. It has provided so many opportunities for the staff and Christian students that attend here to really show Christ’s love to these students and make an impact on their life.

When we haven’t been painting we have gone into the heart of Vienna to do some more ministry. We have been doing some more conversational ministry vs performances here due to Vienna’s strict no street performers policy. Even though we haven’t done performances the students have been able to have some good conversations with people about Christ and how He truly is the one that can bring peace to the world. Tomorrow we are surprising the students and taking them to Salzburg, Austria (the location for the Sound of Music). It’s a fantastic place to do street performances and I can’t wait to see how God moves their and through the rest of the summer.

Until next time!

Corin McHargue


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