If you're aged 16 plus, in GB and open to learning and having a go... why not apply to join next summer's mission teams in Kosova?
The FIZZ activities include children's work, visiting widows, aid distribution, sharing about GB and learning about and sharing faith.
This summer 45 women from GB Europe went on the FIZZ mission trips to Kosova and returned bubbling with enthusiasm about their experiences.
Heidi Cooper, from 3rd Halesowen GB, says 'This was my second trip to Kosova and being part of the GB FIZZ teams out there. After my return from Kosova last year I couldn’t stop thinking about the place or the people and was so determined to go back. I'd really encourage others to step out of their comfort zone and join in with the FIZZ mission work next year.'
You can download a flyer and an information leaflet, with more details on, below - plus the various application forms you need. Now removed as applications for 2012 are closed. Or read more about the FIZZ initative and how it's GB International's project until 2014.
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