C.O.R.D. Ministries Unlimited

Summer Interns & Missions Teams Needed! 



King’s Castle USA provides mission teams with an inexpensive option to reach children and youth from all around the world. Since we are based in Greater Los Angeles, we can share the Gospel with families from 230 language groups without needing a passport. Contact our Mission Trip Coordinator at 562-841-5298 to tell us what country your mission team would like to visit and we’ll connect you to a church of that ethnicity right here in the United States.  

We also have missionaries with King’s Castle Ministries in 23 countries around the world and could arrange an overseas mission trip for your team. Our leadership team will help equip you to be prepared to share the Gospel through drama, choreographed dance, music, puppetry, clowning, and preaching--whether in Greater Los Angeles or around the world. 
If you are 15 years or older, you can raise support from family and friends to serve as a Summer intern for 2-3 months or join a mission team for 1-3 weeks. All donors will receive a tax-deductible receipt and you will gain the experience of a life-time! You will be trained as a Last Harvest Warrior to effectively reach the lost with 2 Summer outreach tools used all over the world: Kids Quest (a 3- to 5-day children’s crusade with 2 clowns, a full-body tiger and Christian illusion to share the Gospel) and Castle Club’s Festival of Colors (see next page).
COST: Once your team arrives at our training center in Victorville, California, the cost of your housing, transportation and meals is approximately $100/week per student + cost of extra activities of your choice (amusement park, sightseeing, day at the beach or mountains, etc.)

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