Legal education sjm 2013

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Uganda, Rwanda and Kenya

Provisional Mission Dates:

23.06.14 - 21.07.14

Provisional Orientation Dates:

25-27 April 2014

Provisional Debrief Date:

20 September 2014

Applications Deadline:

12 noon 28 February 2014. Interviews will begin the week beginning 3rd March 2014.

For the application forms click here.

The Bible shows that God desires men and women who seek justice and speak up for those who cannot speak for themselves (Isaiah 1:17; Proverbs 31:9) and so one of the purposes of the mission is to provide an environment in which participants can gain not just an intellectual understanding of this, but a deep, heart felt realisation of God's anger at injustice and an apprehension of the great blessing of the justice system we enjoy in our own land.

A second major aim of the summer mission is to encourage participants to mature in their faith and develop a new closeness in their relationship with the Lord, resulting from a different level of reliance and trust brought about by the cross-cultural experience (i.e. embracing East African culture as opposed to maintaining our Western lifestyles and habits whilst in East Africa) and stepping out of comfort zones.

BMS LogoThis team is being organised in partnership with BMS World Mission.

If you'd like more information, please use the following links:

Summer Justice Mission FAQs
2009 Team Experiences

To get a flavour of what the mission might be like, take a look at this video from the 2007 mission:

If you would like to apply, applications should be made before 28th February 2014. Please read the following document on the 'Roles and Responsibilities of BMS and LCF' before you apply. Forms with further details of the application procedure can be found via the following links:

Roles and Responsibilties of LCF and BMS
Application Form 2013
Reference Form 2013

Click here to read BMS's article on our Justice Mission trips.