Very Handy But Not Required
- Luggage Locks
Make sure they are TSA compatible if you have them on your luggage in the airport.
- Ziploc/Plastic bags
Great for keeping things organized and dealing with wet gear.
- Snacks (no fresh fruit or vegetables)
- Knife (must go in your checked luggage!)
- Musical Instrument
- Spanish-English Dictionary
Download one to your phone. Pro tip: make sure it operates without an internet connection.
- Spanish-English Bible
Amazon or Christian Book Distributors have Spanish/English Parallel New Testaments or you can download a Spanish Bible to your smartphone. YouVersion has several Spanish options available. We recommend Nueva Traducción Viviente (NTV) for personal reading, although sometimes we do memory verses with the kids using Nueva Versión Internacional (NVI), so you may want both.
- Children’s ministry supplies
— Scissors: for your own use.
— Skit Props: if you have them, a few wigs, funny glasses, hats, and various props can be fun to use.
— Craft and game supplies will all be provided
— Gifts for the Kids: if you would like to take along stickers, candy, or other small items to give the kids, you are more than welcome to do so. Please talk with the leaders before handing them out to make sure it won’t cause problems.