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Daily Guided Studies for Family Members of Teens on Mission Ventures

HOMEBASE is a unique guided study that provides a direct daily link to the same truths being discovered by teens on their mission ventures. This booklet- intended primarily for family members of  young people serving on mission tips- is designed to deepen integenerational understanding and to pave the way for a stronger spiritual connection when teens return home. HomeBase mirrors the content of RoadGrip, the guided study used by participants on their mission venture. Like RoadGrip, HomeBase will call upon you to prioritize time each day to focus on key thoughts in God’s Word, the Bible, and to grasp more fully God’s purposes for you life.

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