Join Us

Our Mexico campus is always open to potential students, church leaders and friends of Radius. However, once a year we set aside an entire day and pull out all the stops. Our staff and students prepare an entire program to give visitors an inside look into the training program, student life and the future of Radius International as it continues it’s mission to train Cross-Cultural Church Planters among the remaining unreached language groups in the world.

For
Prospective Students

  • 8:00 -12:00 Join Radius’ classes
  • 12:00 – 1:00 Lunch
  • 1:30 – 3:30 Q&A
  • 3:30 – 5:30 Paired with a student to experience time in the local community.
  • 5:30 Dinner

For
Pastors, Partners, Prospective Students and Missions Agencies

  • 7:15 -7:50 Campus Tours
  • 8:00 -11:40 About the Radius program
  • 11:40 – 1:00 Lunch & Tours
  • 11:40 – 1:00 Pastors & Mission Leaders Lunch
  • 1:00 – 3:00 Student Presentations and Q&A
  • 3:30 Return to US/Tours

Cost

We are not charging anything to attend Radius Day. We do have a recommended donation of $3-5 for lunch. You can give that here online or there is a donation box in the cafeteria.

Lodging

We have limited space on campus to lodge guests. Prospective students will have priority to those beds. We will provide registrants with a recommended list of motels in the area and some just across the border in the U.S. if you are more comfortable staying there.

Transportation

You can travel via the San Diego Metro system (buses and trolley) from the airport to the border for $5 each way.
Taxis and Uber are excellent travel options if you are not comfortable driving.

 

***You will need a passport or a driver license and birth certificate to get back into the U.S.

Radius’ Program Sessions

  • Why the emphasis on culture and language fluency?
  • What are Phonetics vs Phonemics…why are both necessary?
  • Why are “family issues” the number one reason for turnover today?
  • What are valid and invalid expectations for missionary families?
  • What spiritual disciplines are key for the gospel worker?
  • Why is church planting our goal vs individual disciples?
  • How is Radius preparing missionaries in these areas and more?
  • Where is Radius headed as a training program?
  • Tour the campus.

Pastors & Mission Leaders Lunch

1. How to help your missionary as he heads towards the field, and while newly there
2. Your church’s relationship with the missions agency

  • What are things churches need to know about sending organizations…
  • Should your missionary go through a sending organization? Why or why not?
  • What are the differences in organizations?
  • Methods currently being endorsed by agencies
  • Financial impact on your church and missionary

We look forward to your visit!