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  • Locations: Canton, MS, United States;
  • Program Terms: Spring Break
  • Restrictions: Wheaton College applicants only
  • This program is currently not accepting applications.
Program Description:
This program is only open by invitation to current Wheaton Football Players.

The idea for the football ministry partnership started in fall of 1999 as several players and coaches discussed the idea of assisting Wheaton Football Alumni who are serving as missionaries all over the world.  Such an endeavor holds numerous merits - assisting the work of the Gospel, building bridges between cultures and encouraging those individuals representing the legacy of Wheaton Football who are now building God's Kingdom in distant places around the globe.  2018 marks the 19th year that a team will travel abroad to partner with a former football player to encourage and assist them in their missionary endeavors.

The passion motivating this mission partnership really stems from wanting to be a part of what God is doing around the globe.  Specifically our goals are 1) to encourage a far-flung football alumni in their fulfillment of God's calling on their life and to 2) provide space for current football players to have their world view expanded through serving, seeing new sights, engaging in new cultures, and meeting other people from around the world.  These trips have become an integral addition to the Wheaton football program as they provide strategic discipleship opportunities for its players.

This program is currently not accepting applications.