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(There might be the perfect fit for you.)

Alaska may be part of the USA but there is something they know that many of us in the “lower 48” don’t; Alaska has a culture all its own! Most people have an independent, outdoorsy, “I can do it” approach to life, not to mention the impact that the indigenous people’s unique culture has on the state. Alaska is a perfect fit for Royal Servants’ first transition into domestic ministry in 20 years while maintaining its focus on cross-cultural missions.

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Alaska

dates

Students:
June 26 - July 31
Staff:
June 17 - July 31

required Support

Students
Base cost
(airfare & Ground)
spending Money
TOTAL:
$
$
$
2990
300
3290
Staff:
Base cost
(airfare & Ground)
spending Money
TOTAL:
$
$
$
2990
335
3325
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In this jump into domestic trips, Royal Servants continues to pursue cross-cultural missions in Alaska. We will go to Alaska with a humble heart and ask our ministry partners how we can best further their ministry vision for their community.

Alaska

dates

Students:
June 26 - July 31
Staff:
June 17 - July 31

required Support

Students
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Staff:
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In this jump into domestic trips, Royal Servants continues to pursue cross-cultural missions in Alaska. We will go to Alaska with a humble heart and ask our ministry partners how we can best further their ministry vision for their community.

Alaska

outreach

outreach

The Alaska mission trip is going to be involved in a wide variety of ministry, from VBS to outreach work in the communities, as well as helping through small service projects (painting, clearing trails, etc.). We will go to Alaska with a humble heart and ask our ministry partners how we can best further their ministry vision for their community.

safety

safety

Royal Servants takes the safety and health of each participant seriously. We go to great lengths to ensure that participants remain healthy and safe throughout the trip. Therefore, no participant is allowed to be alone in any city; Royal Servants always travel in groups of three or more, and when possible, with either a male or Summer Staff in each group. The Trip Leaders also continually monitor conditions within the host country both before and during the trip. If a situation arises that threatens the security of the team, either politically or from environmental conditions, the team will be moved to a stable location.

adventure

adventure

The entire time you’ll be surrounded by some of the most amazing wilderness mountain landscapes in the world. You’ll begin your ministry in Glennallen (population 483). It sits at the edge of the Wrangler/St Elias National Park, which is larger than the country of Switzerland and has 16 of Alaska’s top 20 highest mountains!  The next stop is Seward, which borders Kenai Fjords National Park. For 92 years Seward has hosted the Mt Marathon race over the 4th of July weekend and is billed as the “toughest 5k on the planet.” 

Sure, you may not get to go on an African safari, but with abundant moose, fox, eagles, and other wildlife (no grizzlies please) you’ll always have something to look at. Be sure to bring your hiking boots!


experience culture

experience culture

While bush communities are closed at this time, you and the team will often be interacting with those who live in towns of less than 1000 people – which have a culture all their own. 
Besides that, living in tents beside a creek, and fires at night create the perfect setting for that most important of outdoor cultural experiences…smores! 


spiritual growth

spiritual growth

Each mission trip comes with its challenges unique to the location and the needs of the community. Ministry in a rural setting is much different than inner-city work, but just as impacting. Some of the places you’ll work are the kind you normally drive by in the middle of nowhere and ask yourself, “What do they do here to make a living?” It may not be the craziness of Kathmandu, but many of you will meet God in a new way in the quietness of His glorious creation! 


who should go

who should go

If you’re a person who feels comfortable “roughing it” then you’ll feel right at home. Much of the work in Alaska will be happening in small rural communities off the beaten path. If you like a variety of ministry, appreciate the outdoors, and are not afraid to get your hands a little dirty, then this mission trip might be right for you.

eating & Sleeping

eating & sleeping

While working in Glennallen, the team will be staying at a campground and sleeping in tents next to a quiet, sparkling clean creek. In other ministry locations (like Seward) the team will be staying in the host church. During the summer in Alaska the sun rarely sets, so make sure to bring a really good eye mask.


debriefing

At this time the team is planning to spend the five days of debriefing in the Fairbanks, Alaska.

debriefing

ministry partners

ministry partners

Royal Servants will be working with local churches and ministries. We are not there to “wow them” with our ministry skills but to be servants and a resource they can use to witness in their communities. 


street evangelism

street evangelism

The Alaska mission trip is going to be involved in a wide variety of ministry, from VBS to outreach work in the communities, as well as helping through small service projects (painting, clearing trails, etc.). We will go to Alaska with a humble heart and ask our ministry partners how we can best further their ministry vision for their community.

Orphanages

orphanages

Royal Servants takes the safety and health of each participant seriously. We go to great lengths to ensure that participants remain healthy and safe throughout the trip. Therefore, no participant is allowed to be alone in any city; Royal Servants always travel in groups of three or more, and when possible, with either a male or Summer Staff in each group. The Trip Leaders also continually monitor conditions within the host country both before and during the trip. If a situation arises that threatens the security of the team, either politically or from environmental conditions, the team will be moved to a stable location.

Student/School Ministry

student/school ministry

The entire time you’ll be surrounded by some of the most amazing wilderness mountain landscapes in the world. You’ll begin your ministry in Glennallen (population 483). It sits at the edge of the Wrangler/St Elias National Park, which is larger than the country of Switzerland and has 16 of Alaska’s top 20 highest mountains!  The next stop is Seward, which borders Kenai Fjords National Park. For 92 years Seward has hosted the Mt Marathon race over the 4th of July weekend and is billed as the “toughest 5k on the planet.” 

Sure, you may not get to go on an African safari, but with abundant moose, fox, eagles, and other wildlife (no grizzlies please) you’ll always have something to look at. Be sure to bring your hiking boots!


Relationship Building

relationship building

While bush communities are closed at this time, you and the team will often be interacting with those who live in towns of less than 1000 people – which have a culture all their own. 
Besides that, living in tents beside a creek, and fires at night create the perfect setting for that most important of outdoor cultural experiences…smores! 


Children's Ministry

children's ministry

Each mission trip comes with its challenges unique to the location and the needs of the community. Ministry in a rural setting is much different than inner-city work, but just as impacting. Some of the places you’ll work are the kind you normally drive by in the middle of nowhere and ask yourself, “What do they do here to make a living?” It may not be the craziness of Kathmandu, but many of you will meet God in a new way in the quietness of His glorious creation! 


sports ministry

At this time the team is planning to spend the five days of debriefing in the Fairbanks, Alaska.

Sports Ministry

role

If you’re a person who feels comfortable “roughing it” then you’ll feel right at home. Much of the work in Alaska will be happening in small rural communities off the beaten path. If you like a variety of ministry, appreciate the outdoors, and are not afraid to get your hands a little dirty, then this mission trip might be right for you.

Cost

The Alaska mission trip is going to be involved in a wide variety of ministry, from VBS to outreach work in the communities, as well as helping through small service projects (painting, clearing trails, etc.). We will go to Alaska with a humble heart and ask our ministry partners how we can best further their ministry vision for their community.

Travel

Royal Servants takes the safety and health of each participant seriously. We go to great lengths to ensure that participants remain healthy and safe throughout the trip. Therefore, no participant is allowed to be alone in any city; Royal Servants always travel in groups of three or more, and when possible, with either a male or Summer Staff in each group. The Trip Leaders also continually monitor conditions within the host country both before and during the trip. If a situation arises that threatens the security of the team, either politically or from environmental conditions, the team will be moved to a stable location.

requirements

The entire time you’ll be surrounded by some of the most amazing wilderness mountain landscapes in the world. You’ll begin your ministry in Glennallen (population 483). It sits at the edge of the Wrangler/St Elias National Park, which is larger than the country of Switzerland and has 16 of Alaska’s top 20 highest mountains!  The next stop is Seward, which borders Kenai Fjords National Park. For 92 years Seward has hosted the Mt Marathon race over the 4th of July weekend and is billed as the “toughest 5k on the planet.” 

Sure, you may not get to go on an African safari, but with abundant moose, fox, eagles, and other wildlife (no grizzlies please) you’ll always have something to look at. Be sure to bring your hiking boots!


approach

While bush communities are closed at this time, you and the team will often be interacting with those who live in towns of less than 1000 people – which have a culture all their own. 
Besides that, living in tents beside a creek, and fires at night create the perfect setting for that most important of outdoor cultural experiences…smores! 


growth

Each mission trip comes with its challenges unique to the location and the needs of the community. Ministry in a rural setting is much different than inner-city work, but just as impacting. Some of the places you’ll work are the kind you normally drive by in the middle of nowhere and ask yourself, “What do they do here to make a living?” It may not be the craziness of Kathmandu, but many of you will meet God in a new way in the quietness of His glorious creation! 


outreach

outreach

The Alaska mission trip is going to be involved in a wide variety of ministry, from VBS to outreach work in the communities, as well as helping through small service projects (painting, clearing trails, etc.). We will go to Alaska with a humble heart and ask our ministry partners how we can best further their ministry vision for their community.

safety

safety

Royal Servants takes the safety and health of each participant seriously. We go to great lengths to ensure that participants remain healthy and safe throughout the trip. Therefore, no participant is allowed to be alone in any city; Royal Servants always travel in groups of three or more, and when possible, with either a male or Summer Staff in each group. The Trip Leaders also continually monitor conditions within the host country both before and during the trip. If a situation arises that threatens the security of the team, either politically or from environmental conditions, the team will be moved to a stable location.

adventure

adventure

The entire time you’ll be surrounded by some of the most amazing wilderness mountain landscapes in the world. You’ll begin your ministry in Glennallen (population 483). It sits at the edge of the Wrangler/St Elias National Park, which is larger than the country of Switzerland and has 16 of Alaska’s top 20 highest mountains!  The next stop is Seward, which borders Kenai Fjords National Park. For 92 years Seward has hosted the Mt Marathon race over the 4th of July weekend and is billed as the “toughest 5k on the planet.” 

Sure, you may not get to go on an African safari, but with abundant moose, fox, eagles, and other wildlife (no grizzlies please) you’ll always have something to look at. Be sure to bring your hiking boots!


experience culture

experience culture

While bush communities are closed at this time, you and the team will often be interacting with those who live in towns of less than 1000 people – which have a culture all their own. 
Besides that, living in tents beside a creek, and fires at night create the perfect setting for that most important of outdoor cultural experiences…smores! 


spiritual growth

spiritual growth

Each mission trip comes with its challenges unique to the location and the needs of the community. Ministry in a rural setting is much different than inner-city work, but just as impacting. Some of the places you’ll work are the kind you normally drive by in the middle of nowhere and ask yourself, “What do they do here to make a living?” It may not be the craziness of Kathmandu, but many of you will meet God in a new way in the quietness of His glorious creation! 


training

At this time the team is planning to spend the five days of debriefing in the Fairbanks, Alaska.

training

who should go

who should go

If you’re a person who feels comfortable “roughing it” then you’ll feel right at home. Much of the work in Alaska will be happening in small rural communities off the beaten path. If you like a variety of ministry, appreciate the outdoors, and are not afraid to get your hands a little dirty, then this mission trip might be right for you.

eating & Sleeping

eating & sleeping

While working in Glennallen, the team will be staying at a campground and sleeping in tents next to a quiet, sparkling clean creek. In other ministry locations (like Seward) the team will be staying in the host church. During the summer in Alaska the sun rarely sets, so make sure to bring a really good eye mask.


ministry partners

ministry partners

Royal Servants will be working with local churches and ministries. We are not there to “wow them” with our ministry skills but to be servants and a resource they can use to witness in their communities.