Quest center is located in a peaceful and rural environment where students will be able to effectively reflect upon their experiences. There they will eat homemade authentic Mexican meals. Students will travel to a variety of locations such as homes, churches, orphanages, and villages. There they will hear life stories that will change the way they see the world. In the past groups have gone to an orphanage and played with the children, listened to a village elder teach about liberation theology, and learned about over-coming adversity and having enough spirit left to help others.
All students are eligible to take part on this trip. All of the speakers speak English or will be interpreted. The only requirement or qualification needed for this trip is that students be open and willing to participate. Applications can be picked up in the Center for Just Living, or downloaded on the web.
If you would like to learn more about this 2007 Spirit and Justice Trip, visit our student Web blog or contact Jay Newcomb, Service Learning Coordinator