The aim of Global Xposure is to expose participants to the culture of a least-reached people group and the work of Global Interaction among them.
It is a three week learning experience in partnership with church teams.
Teams engage in cultural activities and possibly specific projects (e.g. English Teaching) that connect with and support Global Interaction’s long-term mission strategies.
Global Xposure is not about ‘doing’ but rather about observing and learning. Teams are encouraged to ask questions, explore cultures, experience cross-cultural mission work and reflect deeply on their experiences.
From those who have been before...
Global Xposure was valuable in terms of giving me a more healthy perspective on my own culture. It enabled me to grapple more meaningfully with how to do mission and be Christ to others in a contextual and relevant way...both overseas and in my own back yard.
Glenn Jessop, VIC
Going on a Global Xposure for me was definitely a life-changing experience that seemed to open the door to so many more opportunities. Of course, an experience like that also impacts local ministries back here in Australia and has inspired me to see others getting involved in missions too. Seeing missionaries in other countries also helps in knowing how to pray for them effectively. It is an amazing feeling to feel so close to people you have just met on the other side of the world who cannot even speak the same language...but you know they are a part of God's family.
Jenny Hooper, NSW
Global Xposure gave me a whole new perspective on life. It opened me up to the world of missions and began my journey of understanding God's mission heart - not just for people in Africa, but for people in Australia too!
Rachel Binns, WA