Any costs contributed over the amount an individual is required to raise cannot be refunded; instead these contributions will be applied towards other participants needing additional support and/or common expenses of the particular trip.
Any donations that do not have a specified recipient will offset the total team cost of the trip.
There is a comment section of the form that the donor should put in the mission trip participant’s name they are supporting.
If donors would like to write a check and leave in the offering at church they should indicate the trip and participant on their check.
In August of 2017, Tri-Village returned to Nepal. Brad Snyder, Matt Hamilton, Scott Warner and Mark Ferch flew into Kathmandu and reunited with Hari. During the year since the second trip, Hari shared with Tri-Village leadership how the church in Nepal needed training. The Nepali church is only two generations..Read More
Tri-Village sent a team of seven back to Nepal in June of 2016. Brad Snyder, Mark Ferch, Scott Hambrick, Barb Warner, Tracy Salinas, Laura Benton and Matt Greene flew into Kathmandu and joined Matt Hamilton. Matt Hamilton is the Veritas Missions Coordinator and was leading a team from the Short..Read More
Through the money that we sent through Hari’s church, they were able to deliver several tons of corrugated steel for the rebuilding of a village devastated by the earthquake. This steel was used to build intermediate shelters to last them through the winter months.
In October of 2015, the Veritas Tri-Village congregation sent a team of five members to Nepal. The team consisted of Brad and Courtney Snyder, Heather Hambrick, and Mark Ferch. This first trip to Nepal symbolized the beginning of a long-term partnership with believers in Nepal, and was somewhat of an..Read More
In the months following the earthquakes, many were living in tarps and tents; but as monsoon season set in, people needed something a little more permanent. Our partner in Nepal, Hari gives us an update on reconstruction and portal shelters.
In Nepal, a major earthquake happens about every 75 years. During their five years in Nepal, with the help of earthquake specialists, Matt and Ashley Hamilton crafted a 63 page document on earthquake preparedness and response. The Hamiltons used this document to train personnel of missions organizations, NGOS, businesses, churches,..Read More
After five years in Nepal, Christine returned home to Columbus and married Mark Ferch, who she met while in Nepal. Mark had been in Nepal for two years, trekking to remote villages to share the Gospel, and writing stories of what God was doing in Nepal.
Veritas sent Christine Ferch to Nepal eight years ago. Back then Veritas was composed of just one congregation. Sending Christine to Nepal to serve as a missionary with Operation Mobilization (OM) was an exciting thing at the time, but no one could have guessed it would blossom into a beautiful..Read More
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