Taking Jesus to Peru

Jesus told us to go into all the world and spread the gospel.

We know this as the Great Commission.

(See Matthew 28:18-20.)


Each summer I take people on a two-week international

missions trip so we can do just that! Will you pray about joining me this summer?


We’ll be going to Peru.

It’s an amazing trip!

Yes, it’s missions come to life . . .

but it’s also packed with the flavor of

old fashioned revival,


and brand-new friendships!


The dates are June 26 to July 9, 2017.

(We ask adults to arrive on June 24 in Ft. Lauderdale, FL.)


What will we do?

We’ll minister to orphans, in schools, do work projects at churches,

set up a medical clinic, and we’ll present the gospel through

a 22-minute pantomime drama.

It’s powerful.

It’s unforgettable.

And it’s genuine ministry!


I’ll be speaking to our group each evening.

We’ll be staying at a beautiful place outside of Lima.


I’d LOVE to have you join  me!

Who can come?

Adults, students, medical personnel, counselors.

I call it “Never the Same”—

because you truly are NEVER the same after experiencing this!


I need you.

Will you pray about joining me?


For more details go to:


When you fill out the application, write “Susie Shellenberger”

at the very top. This will alert the people handling the applications for me that we know each other, and they’ll process your application much faster.


Let me know your thoughts, OK?

2 replies
  1. Joanne Penrod
    Joanne Penrod says:

    Hi Susie, It would be such an honor to go on one of these trips with you but due to my disability I really doubt I could do it and also my financial situation. I had an opportunity to go to Nashville with my church for the flood for a few days and could not go because I was out of my meds and I had to have them in order to go. I had to go to Job and Family to reapply for my medical on my medicare and met a young muslum man in college here in the states. He was very nice and I told him I have muslum friends and I told him that we all came from the same dirt when Adam and Eve were made in the garden of Eden. He thanked me for saying that. He said only 1% of muslums are terrorist and the rest are peaceful. I told him I know they all are not bad.

  2. Brenda Pryor
    Brenda Pryor says:

    Hey Susie, thanks for your reminder to pray about Peru. I’m on it! Just mentioned it to my doctor for himself, his wife and three daughters. If anyone reading this has never gone on a Never the Same mission trip, I want to encourage you to seek the Lord on whether He desires to change your life in this way. He will help you do what you may think you aren’t able to do, and bless your obedience beyond your wildest dreams.


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