Republic, MO, October 08, 2007 --(PR.com
)-- The Schaetzel Insurance Agency, LLC insured Missionary trips to France last quarter. Young college students, working with Evangelical churches worked together with local Catholic parishes in Paris and surrounding communities to re-evangelize the French population.
Returning missionaries report significant success. Small home Bible-study groups were formed on weeknights, while many of those who participated returned to regular mass attendance at local parishes on Sundays. Preliminary reports place new converts to Christianity at several dozen, with those who have renewed their commitment to the faith at about the same level.
Small missionary groups such as these are often comprised of college students who may be familiar with European language and culture, but are not regular missionaries, and frequently major in other fields of study not necessarily related to religion. As a result, these part-time missionaries usually require additional medical insurance above what is typically offered by the churches that sponsor them. Such insurance can be easily acquired through international insurance brokerages like iTravelHealth.com, an internet domain of the Schaetzel Insurance Agency, LLC. The type of insurance needed usually depends on the individual missionary's length of stay overseas. A trip under one year usually requires no more insurance than what is typically offered in a vacation insurance package. While trips greater than one year may require a long-term comprehensive medical plan. Both Seven Corners and MultiNational Underwriters provide competitive plans in both areas.
Recent reports of success in previous missionary trips last quarter has encouraged The Schaetzel Insurance Agency, LLC to pursue missionary clients to Europe more aggressively. The Schaetzel Insurance Agency, LLC pledges support to missionary clients by operating as a brokerage that shops for the most comprehensive medical insurance at the lowest rates.