YouthMark Mission51 Bundle

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YouthMark Mission 51 Strategy Pack for you Mission Ventures

During The Trip:

  • ROADGRIP: A daily devotional guide for students and leaders on the mission trip
  • HOMEBASE: A parallel daily devotional for family members remaining at home

After the Trip:

  • MERGE:GUIDED STUDIES IN THE BOOK OF JOSHUA- 18 Guided studies that enable mission trip participants to merge back into life at home.

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