Spring Break ICE Trips Back home

While one ICE trip was delayed for a few days in Colorado due to snow storms, all students are safely back on campus after their Spring Break ministry travels




ICE (InterCultural Experience) trips have long been a Crown tradition and for this year's Spring Break, four teams of students, led by a student leader and accompanied by a faculty/staff ?coach?, were sent out to minister in four different areas of the United States. 

One team went to an Indian Reservation in Chinle, Ariz., where several nursing students were able to work in a hospital and where the entire team performed a daily Vacation Bible School for the neighborhood children. Another team returned again this year to Mexico to work with the Casa de la Esperanza orphanage, where they taught sewing, cooking and computer classes. 

The destination for the third ICE team was southern Texas and northern Mexico, where they worked alongside a church in Texas and crossed the border into Mexico to help with a church building project. Lastly, a team of 12 students went to work with Acts 29, an urban church plant of the C&MA in Hamtramck, Mich., one of the most culturally diverse cities in America. 

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