Does U.S. MAPS only work on district-supervised churches?
No, we work on sovereign churches, district campgrounds, Teen Challenge Centers, Assembly of God colleges and universities and other Assembly of God related facilities.
Does U.S. MAPS only work on Assembly of God projects?
Yes, we only work on Assembly of God owned/affiliated projects.
If our project is approved, when can we expect RVers to arrive?
The arrival of RVers depends upon several factors:
- Weather conditions/seasons of the year. Many of the volunteers live in recreational vehicles so excessive cold/hot seasons are an issue.
- A project must have building permits and any other necessary approvals prior to RVers arriving on site.
- The number of current projects and availability.
What are our responsibilities as an approved U.S. MAPS project?
Projects are required to:
- Provide full hook-ups (electricity, potable water, and sewer)
- File bi-monthly status reports indicating project needs and RVers who are currently working on the project.
- Pay one missions dollar for each labor hour saved.
- Make a Faith Promise to the U.S. MAPS office or a U.S. MAPS regional missionary.
- Provide (50 Amp) electrical
- Pay one missions dollar per volunteer
- Faith promise for U.S. MAPS
- Must provide a pacth for each RVer
Are we required to provide food for the RVers?
No. While project functions/gatherings may include the RVers, a project is not required to provide food.
Am I expected to compensate the individual RVer for services performed for their labor?
No. Our people are “volunteers” and have agreed to donate their services.
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