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Christmas Break

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Engage Students and Millennials - Hands On

Mission Focus: University Students

Service Dates: Jan. 8, 2018 - June 8, 2018, Orientation Jan. 4 - 6, 2018
Application Deadline: Sept. 29, 2017

COME SPEND A SEMESTER ENGAGING PEOPLE WITH THE GOSPEL! London is one of the most diverse cities in the world with over 300 different languages spoken here. Yet, most have never heard the GOSPEL. You will use your gifts, talents, and abilities to build relationships and engage with university STUDENTS and MILLENNIALS. So, whether you prefer sports, music, art, or just sitting at a coffee shop, you will have the opportunity to interact and ENGAGE LONDON with the GOSPEL. You will live near a campus and have the opportunity to build relationships with BRITISH STUDENTS as well as INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS. We have an organization on campus that reaches out to International Students. You will also work with us on other projects and a church plant. We run events like Quiz Nights, Music Nights, Game Nights, Bible Study and have loads of other ways to connect and engage with students and millennials. Come spend a semester in LONDON!

  • Special requirements: Must have passport or have applied for one and expedited it by October 6, 2017. Must be a sophomore or above (in second year of college after high school graduation). Must be a member of a Baptist Church. (There is a way to serve if you are not Baptist, but it does change the costs).
  • Team: 2 Students (same gender)
  • Location: London, England
  • Amount you raise: TBA

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Get to Your Peers- Hands On

Mission Focus: Evangelism and Discipleship of University Students

Service Dates: Jan. 15, 2018 - June 22, 2018, Orientation Jan. 4 - 6, 2018
Application Deadline: Sept. 29, 2017

Take the gospel and train nationals to do the same. As a frontliner, you will engage university Muslim students in spiritual conversations that moves to the Gospel. This coastal urban context, home to many universities, is where many students are open to spiritual conversations. They need to hear someone plant the gospel in their heart and soul. As a trainer, you will train, model, and go with national believers to spread the hope of Jesus. Our team will immediately equip you with tools for training. Your goal will be to access the national believers in local campus ministries, teach, and model evangelism and discipleship. These students have a heart to reach their peers but they often do not know how, and the Muslims are especially neglected due to fear. Your training of the nationals will instill the know-how, confidence and immediate obedience in them. Your end goal is to see the Lord raise up a group of catalyzing students equipped to evangelize and disciple their national peers.

  • Special requirements: Must have passport or have applied for one and expedited it by October 6, 2017. Must be a sophomore or above (in second year of college after high school graduation). Must be a member of a Baptist Church. Anyone with severe asthma should not apply. This position requires standing on your feet and walking much of the day. Anyone with severe allergies or history of severe medical conditions should not apply.
  • Team: 2 Students (same gender)
  • Location: South Asia
  • Amount you raise: TBA

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GoTEN Refugee Ministry Intern

Mission Focus: Refugee Ministry

Service Dates: Jan. 15, 2018 - May 15, 2018, Orientation Jan. 4 - 6, 2018
Application Deadline: Sept. 29, 2017

You will serve on a team with GoTEN missionaries living among refugees in the Phoenix metro area. Experience the life of a missionary by engaging unreached refugees with prayer, love and Truth. Since 1980, Arizona has resettled almost 90,000 refugees of which the majority have come from unreached people groups. Our teams live in low income apartment complexes with refugees. Our teams build relationships with refugee neighbors from unreached people groups around the world, demonstrate God's love by being a caring friend willing to help and by sharing stories of truth in their homes. Our teams teach English, make home visits, teach job skills, teach life skills, and start Gospel storytelling groups. The environment is incredibly diverse. Expect to meet Muslims, Buddhists, Hindus and non-religious people. The people groups we work with are from Iraq, Syria, Iran, Myanmar, Congo, Sudan, Somalia, Nepal, and Afghanistan. You will be coached by GoTEN missionaries on a daily basis and attend staff development days each week with all GoTEN staff. Staff development days are designed to give missionaries new tools, accountability, practice, encouragement and community. Our mission is to create disciple making movements among unreached refugees in the USA. If you can smile, like to meet new people and want to engage people from another culture, this is a great opportunity to experience the true missionary life.

  • Special requirements: Must be a sophomore or above (in second year of college after high school graduation). Must be reliable and consistent. Mature, loving, friendly, and outgoing. This is a front-line opportunity initiating new relationships. Students that are shy will feel frustrated.
  • Team: 2 Students (same gender)
  • Location: Phoenix, AZ
  • Amount you raise: $2185 (total cost of project $3360)

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South Asian Center Intern

Mission Focus: South Asian Immigrants, ESL, Children

Service Dates: Jan. 15, 2018 - May 15, 2018, Orientation Jan. 4 - 6, 2018
Application Deadline: Sept. 29, 2017

Come engage unreached South Asian groups of NYC who have never heard the gospel before through adult English as a Second language (ESL) classes, neighborhood outreach programs, and children's ministry in the parks! You will also host and lead youth missions teams who will serve with us throughout the summer. We currently have individuals from eastern religious backgrounds who are interested in learning more about Jesus. You will be expected to fill this great need by meeting with ESL students for one-on-one discipleship. We also have some church planting opportunities that you will be involved in during your time of service. Evangelism, discipleship skills, cultural sensitivity, strong leadership skills, a love for children, and most definitely, a servant's heart are a must. Outgoing, confident, self-motivated, “trailblazers” needed! New York City’s unreached are waiting for you to come tell them about Jesus for the first time ever!

  • Special requirements: Must be a junior or above (in third year of college after high school graduation). Evangelism, discipleship and strong leadership skills are a must. Outgoing/friendly, self-motivated individual with a love for children and interested in learning about other cultures, particularly South Asian cultures. Helpful but not required: ESL/TOEFL teachers, elementary education majors, South Asian languages speaker, West African languages speaker, Spanish speaker.
  • Team: 1 Female
  • Location: New York City, NY
  • Amount you raise: $3400 (total cost of project $5230)

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Study Abroad

Mission Focus: University Students, Church Planting

Service Dates: Determined by university dates, Orientation Jan. 4 - 6, 2018
Application Deadline: Sept. 29, 2017

Did you know that London is the largest study abroad city in the world? More students from across the globe do study abroad in London than any other city in the world. God is calling out a generation of missionaries who will use their education and skills to be on mission. As a student, you have opportunities to take the gospel to university students and professors around the world. You can leverage your study abroad options to share the Good News, disciple new believers and help start churches. Step 1 is to find a location in London where missionaries are working to reach university students and using study abroad students in their ministry. Go to imbstudents.org/studyabroad to search locations. Step 2 is to consult with your university’s study abroad program to see if they have a program in London. You will find a wide variety of programs, such as faculty-led, campus partnerships, exchange programs and independent programs. Independent programs are the most flexible and may be the most likely to allow you to study at the university of you choice. Once you have found the study abroad program that fits your needs, you will apply through your school. Step 3 is to apply through Go Now Missions. We will work with IMB to connect you with a missionary and ministry.

  • Special requirements: Must have passport or have applied for one and expedited it by October 6, 2017. Must be a sophomore or above (in second year of college after high school graduation).
  • Team: Unlimited number
  • Location: London, England
  • Amount you raise: Determined by university program. You will be allow to raise funds for the travel and some living expenses part of the trip. You are expected to cover your own tuition costs.

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Summer Break

College is the last time you will have a "summer break." Why not use it to change the world? You will serve from 6-10 weeks during the summer. Download the printable list...

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1st Love

Mission Focus: Race Relations, Cross Culture Evangelism, Students

Service Dates: June 1 - Aug. 3, 2018, Orientation May 18-20, 2018
Application Deadline: Feb. 6, 2018
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 16-18, 2018

Come show the City of Brotherly Love (and Sisterly Affection) the Love of the Risen Lord through summer missions and evangelism. You are invited to come join us on mission to be a part of how God is impacting LOSTNESS and making DISCIPLES of the many nations which call Philadelphia HOME! You can expect weekly exposure to opportunities in cross cultural evangelism, ministry, student evangelism, and leadership development. You will be expected to reach outside of yourself and your comfort zone(s) to people who do not look like you, talk like you or live like you. You will be expected to reach out to people whose lives are impacted by poverty and the many other facets of urban life that choke out hope, love and joy through back yard Bible clubs, Vacation Bible School, Sports Camps, Block Parties, as well as other creative expressions of the compassion and hope of the Gospel of Jesus Christ. You will be expected to reach out to college aged peers, and youth across the region through on campus surveys, small group discussions and the use of Solarium. You will be expected to take part in research and outreach foundational for planting a new church.

  • Special requirements: Self-starter, teachable, good team player able to take instructions without micro management. Helpful but not required: Multilingual, able to speak Spanish, French, Russian, Arabic, Korean, Tagalog or Hindi to pursue ESL opportunities.
  • Team: 4 Students
  • Location: Harrisburg, PA
  • Amount you raise: $2150 (total cost of project $3300)

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ACTS: Ambassadors for Christ to Students

Mission Focus: University Students, Coffee, Sports, Music & Henna

Service Dates: May 26 - July 26, 2018, Orientation May 18-20, 2018
Application Deadline: Feb. 6, 2018
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 16-18, 2018

Eat, Drink, and be Merry!! The world moves at such a quick pace...Sometimes the best way to share the Gospel with people is to slow down and share a meal first. Our neighborhood has had more than 20 new coffee shops appear in the past 3 years...these shops are full of young people who are often excited to meet young Americans who they can tell about their lives. Your job will be to engage young people around our city through drinking coffee or tea, playing basketball or Frisbee, playing music, or having fun together. After that, you can help introduce them to us for follow-up. Our goal is to help young people get used to us and to break their misconceptions of Christians through repeated encounters with us. This includes Monday and Wednesday evening English classes or coffee/game nights, weekend events, and one-on-one meetings throughout the week. Our days are oriented toward the evenings, as that's when young people are more open and available. A persevering spirit is necessary-- and an energetic body doesn't hurt!

  • Special requirements: Must have passport or have applied for one by Feb. 9, 2018. Helpful but not required: Abilities in basketball, Frisbee, soccer, guitar, art or henna painting.
  • Team: 2 Students
  • Location: Central Asia
  • Amount you raise: $2800 (total cost of project $4325)

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Auxiliary Staff

Mission Focus: Pregnant Women in Crisis

Service Dates: May 21 - Aug. 1, 2018, Orientation May 18-20, 2018
Application Deadline: Feb. 6, 2018
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 16-18, 2018

At The Living Vine, our heart is to show the love of Christ to our residents and we are looking for missionaries who have that same heart to serve these women! We serve women in crisis pregnancies who have not had a safe and healthy upbringing, so it can be challenging to both staff and the residents as we figure out how to best serve them. Even in the challenges, the rewards are far greater. When our residents share how they feel loved and are open to the gospel message, we are reminded why The Living Vine exists--for the glory of God! Auxiliary staff will work alongside directors and house managers in our home to help us meet their spiritual, physical, and emotional needs. As auxiliary staff, missionaries will live in-house and experience daily life with our residents, while also helping staff take care of the home, prepare meals with residents, transport residents on different outings, and serve at our thrift store, Blessingdales.

  • Special requirements: Must be a Junior or above (in third year of college after high school graduation). Must be 21 years of age or older. Spiritually and emotionally mature, willing to keep confidences. Must have driver’s license. Helpful but not required: CPR certification
  • Team: 2 Females
  • Location: Savannah, GA
  • Amount you raise: $925 (total cost of project $1235)

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Big City College Team - F2F (TAMU Team)

Mission Focus: University Students and Relationship Evangelism

Service Dates: May 30 - July 25, 2018, Orientation May 18-20, 2018
Application Deadline: Feb. 6, 2018
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 16-18, 2018

Our city has over a million college students on 85 campuses. We need help! There are three of us on our team to reach these students and we need you to come work alongside us. There are many opportunities to make friends and share. People here love to learn English and that gives us an easy way to meet their needs while showing them God's love. You will try to meet as many people as possible and build relationships with them so that you can share the Good News. We partner with local fellowships to invite your friends to our Bible studies. Your evenings will be spent at English corners, at coffee shops meeting students, hanging out with the friends you have made. You will begin the summer at F2F training, with other students serving in the region. What better way to spend your summer than sharing the Good News! You will be blessed while you are blessing others and this with be a summer you will never forget!

  • Special requirements: Must have passport or have applied for one by Feb. 9, 2018. Must be a member of a Baptist Church. Must be a student at TAMU College Station. The city is very polluted so if you have asthma, you will need to take precautions. If you are allergic to MSG or have other allergies, we must know before you arrive.
  • Team: 2 Males, 2 Females
  • Location: East Asia
  • Amount you raise: $3250 (total cost of project $5000)

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Camp Courageous Sports Coordinator & College Intern

Mission Focus: Sports, College, Children, & Youth

Service Dates: June 1 - Aug. 3, 2018, Orientation May 18-20, 2018
Application Deadline: Feb. 6, 2018
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 16-18, 2018

You will have two roles: working at the University of Maryland, and working with Berwyn Baptist Church. At the University, you will work with the Baptist Collegiate Minister at University of Maryland to help recruit new students, work with international students, lead Bible Study, share the gospel, etc. You will also serve as the Sports Coordinator for Berywn Baptist Church's Camp Courageous. This is a fun 6-week day camp including Bible lessons, Scripture memorization, athletics & music for ages 5 –15 years old. You will be responsible for coordinating all sports aspects of the camp including creating daily plans, coordinating volunteers, coaching, and teaching. You may also be asked to participate in evangelism, prayer, counseling children relating to salvation, Sunday morning worship, leading devotionals for camp and/or leaders, assist with running Bible memory verse and Bible lesson review games.

  • Special requirements: Must be a Sophomore or above (in second year of college after high school graduation). Must be a member of a Baptist Church. Experience in planning, coaching, and running a recreation, sports, or physical education program for a camp or school. Able to supervise assistant coaches. Good leadership skills.
  • Team: 2 Males
  • Location: College Park, MD
  • Amount you raise: $1700 (total cost of project $2625)

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Community Kidz Impact Team

Mission Focus: Sports, Drama, Music

Service Dates: May 29 - July 16, 2018, Orientation May 18-20, 2018
Application Deadline: Feb. 6, 2018
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 16-18, 2018

Our church is situated in the crossroads of several suburban neighborhoods in Hilliard, Ohio. The summer brings great opportunities to reach kids and youth with the gospel. Our youth and kids ministry will involve sports ministry, parties in the park, family outreach, VBS, drama, music, and mentoring youth. Join Crossing Community and their new pastor as they revitalize a vision for reaching families in the community. We believe we can leverage our position in the community for the sake of the gospel. Several basketball and soccer clubs for kids are already using our building. The goal for this next summer is to coordinate efforts with intentional go-strategies, invite-strategies, follow-up and connect strategies. As you serve, we will invest in you through training and mentoring.

  • Special requirements: Healthy individuals with a teachable spirit and an interest in family outreach. Able to connect well with youth, children, and parents. Gifted in sports, music, or drama.
  • Team: 2 Students
  • Location: Hilliard, OH
  • Amount you raise: $1425 (total cost of project $1900)

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Concrete Jungle

Mission Focus: University Students & Relationship Evangelism

Service Dates: May 27 - July 15, 2018, Orientation May 18-20, 2018
Application Deadline: Feb. 6, 2018
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 16-18, 2018

Come partner in a work that God is doing among University students in Eastern Europe. In an area with 150,000 University students and a city of over 2 million people the possibilities are endless. You will build relationships with other students through coffee house visits, helping with ESL classes, sports ministry opportunities, one-on-one relationships, outreach events like karaoke night and weekly broad gospel sowing activities. You will have the chance to help in house church plants and be a part of a team reaching out to an area that is less than .5% evangelical. Come join the work God is doing here and see how it will not only change others’ lives but yours as well.

  • Special requirements: Must have passport or have applied for one by Feb. 9, 2018. Must be a Sophomore or above (in second year of college after high school graduation). Need to be outgoing and more people oriented than task oriented.
  • Team: 2 Males, 2 Females
  • Location: Eastern Europe
  • Amount you raise: $3175 (total cost of project $4230)

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Creative Outreach Team

Mission Focus: Low Income, Multiethnic Apartment Ministry

Service Dates: May 21 - July 31, 2018, Orientation May 18-20, 2018
Application Deadline: Feb. 6, 2018
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 16-18, 2018

Join us in doing outreach in many different creative ways, such as prayer walking, special events, kids' clubs, benevolence aid, photography projects, social media, house of peace searches, mentoring all ages, youth clubs, meeting the whole needs of the persons living in the apartment communities. You will be ministering to all ages and all ethnicities. We will be in mostly lower income areas but not all of our apartment communities are in low income areas. We will take the youth on a white-water rafting trip down the Deschutes River. We do small and large events. We have food pantries. We really get to know people. We try to meet the needs of the whole person - we love our neighbors as ourselves. The Northwest is a beautiful place so enjoy it while you are here ministering among the people who need Jesus in the apartment communities.

  • Special requirements: Flexibility. Helpful but not required: Spanish, guitar playing
  • Team: 2 Males, 2 Females
  • Location: Beaverton, OR
  • Amount you raise: $1700 (total cost of project $2255)

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Elevate Church Planting Team (MSU Team)

Mission Focus: Church Planting, Young Adults, Families

Service Dates: May 31 - Aug. 1, 2018, Orientation May 18-20, 2018
Application Deadline: Feb. 6, 2018
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 16-18, 2018

"We are in a strategic location for church planting in Colorado. We need you to help in 2 church plants located in Fort Collins and Loveland that focus on young people or young families. The church plants are relational in nature and do missional activity not only in starting a church, but to love their city! We are more interested in planting the Gospel into the lives of the people than seeing a church started. We utilize servant and relational evangelism, home Bible study fellowships and scouting. You need to be willing to build bridges with people of varying world-views and walks of life that are often far outside of the church culture. Help identify spiritually open people by applying the “persons of peace” strategy in Luke 10:2b-11, learn how to ask probing questions to understand where people are coming from, and share God's story. The focus for our student interns is 3-fold: Know God more, Know yourself more, & know people (your field) more. We invest into the student interns as they invest their time into the people here. "

  • Special requirements: Must be a Sophomore or above (in second year of college after high school graduation). Must be a student at MSU. Need to be outgoing. Need to be able to adapt to different environments. Need to be spiritually and emotionally mature.
  • Team: 2 Males, 2 Females
  • Location: Loveland, CO
  • Amount you raise: $750 (total cost of project $1000)

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Embrace the Beyond- NT

Mission Focus: Frontline Gospel Sharing

Service Dates: June 7- Aug. 4, 2018, Orientation May 18-20, 2018
Application Deadline: Feb. 6, 2018
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 16-18, 2018

Work alongside brothers and sisters in Christ who have been persecuted for their faith because of wholeheartedly following Jesus. With these & other national partners you will go out & share the Good News with those who haven't heard. A "push" is being made to make sure every tribe & language in the South Pacific hears the Gospel. More boots on the ground are needed. Help is needed to share the Good News & helping our national partners that live in this area.

  • Special requirements: Must have passport or have applied for one by Feb. 9, 2018. Must be a Sophomore or above (in second year of college after high school graduation). Must be physically fit and able to carry a backpack. Diet will consist of rice, leafy vegetables, fish and chicken. Field supervisor must be made away of any pre-existing conditions that could effect local foods/environment/physical demand of assignment. Students with conditions such as diabetes & epilepsy should not apply.
  • Team: 2 Males
  • Location: Southeast Asia
  • Amount you raise: $3200 (total cost of project $4950)

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Epic Internship

Mission Focus: Business as Missions, Church Planting, Coffee

Service Dates: May 27 - Aug. 5, 2018, Orientation May 18-20, 2018
Application Deadline: Feb. 6, 2018
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 16-18, 2018

We are a growing church planting network in the urban centers of Seattle and are looking for men and women who want to passionately engage and be sent into the dark corners of this city's culture. We have created a plan to start 100 churches in Seattle's limits and we need people on the ground working to make this a reality in every unique neighborhood throughout the city. We will explore and engage in many different locations and settings with a goal of starting more churches within the year. You will be trained and trusted to be a catalyst in this city. We also own a coffee company, Pilgrim Coffee, which is very important to our ministry and engagement in the neighborhood. We would love to have people who are coffee enthusiasts or willing to be part of a Business on Mission initiative.

  • Special requirements: Self-starter. Leader. Able to engage in conversation and communicate well both in spoken word and print. Helpful but not required: Coffee employment history, Spanish fluency, youth leadership.
  • Team: 2 students
  • Location: Seattle, WA
  • Amount you raise: $2800 (total cost of project $4300)

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Family Ministry Intern

Mission Focus: Criminal Justice, Social Work, Art & Psychology

Service Dates: May 23 - Aug. 9, 2018, Orientation May 18-20, 2018
Application Deadline: Feb. 6, 2018
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 16-18, 2018

Spend the summer assisting a family ministry that provides lodging, meals, and spiritual support for hurting families who come to Huntsville to visit their loved one who is incarcerated in the Texas Prison System. This is an opportunity for the type of person who loves to be around individuals and enjoy conversations with people. The intern position requires someone who is outgoing, energetic, and capable of finding joy in everyday activities. The services we provide meet the needs of various aspects of the family's lives which in turn leads to the development of lasting relationships. Come prepared to serve people from all over the state, USA and the world as you host them in a friendly, "home away from home," atmosphere with a warm meal, cozy bed, and open arms. There are also lots of opportunities to play games with or read to the children from these families, share your faith, plan and conduct Bible studies, and assist our art teacher during therapeutic art with the children each weekend.

  • Special requirements: Must be a Sophomore or above (in second year of college after high school graduation). Helpful but not required: Bring car for transportation; gas costs covered. Majors that would be helpful: social work, media communications, criminal justice, education, sociology, Psychology, or art.
  • Team: 1 Student
  • Location: Huntsville, TX
  • Amount you raise: $500 (total cost of project $675)

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Fight Like a Night-F2F

Mission Focus: Disciple Making with Unreached People Group

Service Dates: May 24 - July 26, 2018, Orientation May 18-20, 2018
Application Deadline: Feb. 6, 2018
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 16-18, 2018

Join a team whose heart is to see South Asians, who live away from their families and country, come to know the Father. Live life amongst the numerous South Asian laborers who desperately need to hear the Good news. Disciple a group of men or women who work all day and only get together at night. Connect with university students that roam the city at night to share your story, His story and everything that God has done to reveal Himself to mankind! Life here is very relational and family centric. Be prepared for invitations into people's lives and homes. You will work amongst your gender. Religion is central to most South Asians so prepare to make this part of every conversation. Begin your summer at training with other students serving in F2F assignments. You have to be up for the challenge and ready to take the heat!

  • Special requirements: Must have passport or have applied for one by Feb. 9, 2018. Severe, untreatable asthma is a concern. Must be able to stand and walk much of the day. Severe allergies or history of severe medical condition must be confirmed with field supervisor for approval.
  • Team: 2 Students (Same Gender)
  • Location: Middle East
  • Amount you raise: $3475 (total cost of project $5350)

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Get to Your Peers - F2F (UTA BSM Team)

Mission Focus: Reaching & Training University Students

Service Dates: May 24 - July 26, 2018, Orientation May 18-20, 2018
Application Deadline: Feb. 6, 2018
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 16-18, 2018

As a frontliner, you will engage university Muslim students in spiritual conversations that move to the Gospel. This coastal urban context is home to many universities where students are open to spiritual conversations and ready for you to plant the gospel. As a trainer, you will train, model, and go with national believers to spread the hope of Jesus. Our team will immediately equip you with tools for training. Your goal will be to access the national believers in local campus ministries, teach, and model in evangelism and discipleship. These students have a heart to reach their peers but they often do not know how, and the Muslims are especially neglected due to fear. Training nationals will instill the know-how, confidence and immediate obedience. The goal is to see the Lord raise up a group of students equipped to evangelize and disciple their peers. You will begin at F2F training, with other students serving in the region.

  • Special requirements: Must have passport or have applied for one by Feb. 9, 2018. Must be a UTA student. Severe, untreatable asthmas is a concern here. Requires standing and walking much of the day. Severe allergies or history of severe medical conditions must be confirmed with field supervisor for approval.
  • Team: 4 Students
  • Location: South Asia
  • Amount you raise: $3150 (total cost of project $4850)

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Refugee Discipleship Intern

Mission Focus: Refugees, ESL & World Cup Coffee House

Service Dates: June 4 - July 30, 2018, Orientation May 18-20, 2018
Application Deadline: Feb. 6, 2018
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 16-18, 2018

Join GFM in the refugee resettlement capital of the USA! Live in a missional community with your fellow teammates in one of the most diverse sections of the city. Work beside our full time missionaries while learning basic disciple making skills that can be practiced all over the world. The goal is to establish relationships with the refugee community where the Gospel can be shared openly. Use our existing ESL program and planned World Cup outreach to seek out persons wanting to know more about Jesus. Women volunteers will receive training to work as ESL teachers in our established program for Muslim refugees. In the classroom you will establish relationships with students from all over the world and will find opportunities to share the truth of Jesus. Male volunteers will work with our team to setup and run a World Cup coffee house where the games are played on big screens and the local men are invited to come and be together. At the coffee house we will locate men who are wanting to investigate spiritual truths and then invite them to investigate Jesus.

  • Special requirements: Leader with knowledge of the Bible. One team member will be asked to bring car for team transportation. Helpful but not required: ESL or Business training, knowledge of Arabic, Farsi, Dari or Urdu
  • Team: 2 Males, 2 Females
  • Location: Houston, TX
  • Amount you raise: $1475 (total cost of project $2275)

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Greater Love City Outreach

Mission Focus: Multi-Cultural Church

Service Dates: May 21 - Aug. 1, 2018, Orientation May 18-20, 2018
Application Deadline: Feb. 6, 2018
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 16-18, 2018

John 15:13 says, “Greater love has no one than this, that someone lay down his life for his friends.” Come join us as we befriend our city and show them Christ-like love. Port Arthur is a multi-cultural city and the people are very open to our church and ministries. The community is not affluent and has many felt needs. Our church is multi-cultural and our worship service is contemporary and casual. You will be connecting with children, youth, and adults in our city. You will plan and conduct children's clubs; plan and conduct outreach events on campus and off; participate in worship on Sundays; and look for creative ways to connect with people in our community to point them to Christ and His church. You will meet with senior pastor for Bible study, prayer, and discipleship. You will also conduct small group Bible Studies in homes and on campus, develop and enhance children's and youth ministries and distribute flyers and conduct door-to-door surveys.

  • Special requirements: Ability to work with children and youth. Helpful but not required: Bilingual in Spanish and English. Play guitar and sing.
  • Team: 2 Students
  • Location: Port Arthur, TX
  • Amount you raise: $1675 (total cost of project $2500)

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Life-On-Life Discipleship

Mission Focus: Discipleship & ESL

Service Dates: July 1 - Aug. 4, 2018, Orientation May 18-20, 2018
Application Deadline: Feb. 6, 2018
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 16-18, 2018

We have a house in Seoul in which refugee girls from a neighboring country are living together with a single woman missionary. You will live with them and teach them the English language, American Culture and the Bible. You will disciple the girls in knowledge about God and how to live the Christian life. It is life-on-life discipleship.

  • Special requirements: Must have passport or have applied for one by Feb. 9, 2018. Must be a Junior or above (in third year of college after high school graduation). Spiritually mature, and relational. Helpful but not required: Education, English or Counseling major.
  • Team: 2 Females
  • Location: South Korea
  • Amount you raise: $2100 (total cost of project $2800)

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Live to Serve, Day Camp and Dose of Love

Mission Focus: Children, Spanish Immersion & Multi-Cultural Team

Service Dates: June 1 - July 31, 2018, Orientation May 18-20, 2018
Application Deadline: Feb. 6, 2018
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 16-18, 2018

Our motto is "Alfa Changes Lives." We know that it is GOD who changes lives, but we love to see how volunteers grow in their relationship with Him and are transformed by their time here. You will have the opportunity to live and serve on the beautiful Costa Blanca region of Spain living in close community with young people from all over the world in a Spanish immersion experience. Volunteers do valuable work that enables the school and conference center to run smoothly. This includes daily cleaning, washing dishes, helping in the kitchen, yardwork and childcare. During the months of June and July there are Day Camps for children for a variety of ages with which you will assist. Volunteers enjoy daily devotions, Bible studies, and the opportunity to be involved in a vibrant Spanish church. Free time is spent at the beach or exploring this beautiful country and getting to know and love its people.

  • Special requirements: Must have passport or have applied for one by Feb. 9, 2018. Flexible, servant attitude, willing to do both manual labor and work with children. Knowledge or background of Spanish is helpful, not required.
  • Team: 2 Students
  • Location: Spain
  • Amount you raise: $2650 (total cost of project $3525)

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Mercy Midwives - NT

Mission Focus: Birthing Center, Health Care, Nursing, Evangelism

Service Dates: CORRECTED DATE: June 7 - Aug. 4, 2018, Orientation May 18-20, 2018
Application Deadline: Feb. 6, 2018
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 16-18, 2018

Spend your summer serving mothers & babies! In partnership with a local charity birthing center, you will provide quality health care for expectant mothers. Show women God's mercy & kindness in a practical way. As time passes, you will be allowed to conduct your own prenatal exams & assist and/or handle birth under qualified supervision. Evangelism opportunities & healthcare training will be part of your schedule. Your first stop will be a joint orientation with other Nehemiah Teams in Alabama.

  • Special requirements: Must have passport or have applied for one by Feb. 9, 2018. Must be a Junior or above (in third year of college after high school graduation). Must be a nursing major. Must have basic medical knowledge and love for expectant mothers and babies. Obesity, epilepsy (not controlled by medication), psychological or mental imbalance, GI or strict dietary restrictions could prevent you from accepting this assignment.
  • Team: 2 Females
  • Location: Philippines
  • Amount you raise: $2950 (total cost of project $4500)

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Multiply Summer Intern

Mission Focus: Multiethnic Urban Ministry

Service Dates: May 25 - Aug. 6, 2018, Orientation May 18-20, 2018
Application Deadline: Feb. 6, 2018
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 16-18, 2018

Come work with newly-formed church plants, more well established church plants, or maybe an established church, especially ethnic churches where English speakers are used well. Spanish speakers are especially helpful. Students fluent in other languages are also very helpful. You will work alongside pastors and staff members. They will usually have multiple mission teams that come to New York during the summer months. Your gifting is the biggest criteria for your assignment to a specific church. You will be assigned to church plants to do ministry that will help the church establish themselves in their community. You will definitely use their gifting with children, worship, youth ministry, preaching, and administration throughout the summer.

  • Special requirements: Helpful but not required: Spanish, French, Russian, Chinese. Giftings in music, design, administration, photography, and computers.
  • Team: 4 Students
  • Location: New York City, NY
  • Amount you raise: $2900 (total cost of project $4475)

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New Beginnings Immigrant Outreach

Mission Focus: Refugee Ministry

Service Dates: May 31 - July 16, 2018, Orientation May 18-20, 2018
Application Deadline: Feb. 6, 2018
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 16-18, 2018

War, famine, and economic hardship have caused millions of people from North Africa and the Middle East to flee their homelands and seek a new and better life in Canada. Arriving in a new country without knowing the language, without a job, and limited funds is a difficult experience for these immigrants and refugees. Come work alongside us to welcome these people to a new land by working to meet their physical needs along with offering them hope that endures. Flexibility is the key. Needs of the people vary and migrants come and go. The work can change quickly. Here are some possibilities of things you may be engaged in: Teaching ESL, helping to distribute food and other basic needs to refugees, exploring migrant communities to determine where our people live and what countries they are from, kids’ camps, soft-skills training and job placement help. Come join us as we help them have a new beginning in a new life in Christ.

  • Special requirements: Must have passport or have applied for one by Feb. 9, 2018. Flexible. Mature in faith. Able to interact appropriately with people from a variety of cultures.
  • Team: 2 Males, 2 Females
  • Location: Canada
  • Amount you raise: TBA

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New Church Plant Kick-Off Team

Mission Focus: Church Planting with Ethnic Groups

Service Dates: May 21 - Aug. 1, 2018, Orientation May 18-20, 2018
Application Deadline: Feb. 6, 2018
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 16-18, 2018

Our church has six new church plants and one continuing outreach opportunity. Church plant teams work with ethnic groups, as well as in an apartment complex with ongoing children's ministry. Outreach opportunities will include online outreach, block parties and 2-3 day backyard bible club or athletic skills camp. For the summer we want you to help us focus on one church or outreach a week to generate advertising and activities to help create an awareness about each new church plant or outreach. The same activities will be used at each new church plant location, but targeting a different ethnic group.

  • Special requirements: Must have driver's license. Servant’s heart, good communication and organizational skills, desire to reach out to those with language barriers. Helpful but not required: Computer knowledge, ability to teach basic athletic skills, ability to set up and tear down block parties.
  • Team: 2 students
  • Location: Greeley, CO
  • Amount you raise: $1190 (total cost of project $1585)

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One Life-One Brothel

Mission Focus: Trafficked Victims, Barista, Bakery & Business

Service Dates: May 23 - July 18, 2018, Orientation May 18 - 20, 2018
Application Deadline: Feb. 6, 2018
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 16-18, 2018

You are joining our team to work at a bakery that specifically reaches out to the commercially exploited women with the intent to give them a new, safe job. You will work alongside our national partners in the bakery/coffee shop, help bake, and package gift bags for distribution to prostitutes living in slavery throughout a city of 7.6 million. You will prayer walk, and as you gain training and experience you will assist with brothel visits. The bakery also works to reach out to those in the local community, specifically college students and young professionals through English corners, book clubs, and throwing parties at our bakery for those in the city. You will also be part of a discipling community that includes the women who have come out of the brothels and the career missions team. With this job, a high level of responsibility, respectfulness, commitment, and boldness is required.

  • Special requirements: Must have passport or applied for one by Feb. 9, 2018. Sophomore or above (in second year of college after high school graduation). Mature students. Physically fit. Bakery, barista, or retail experience a plus, but not required. If you have peanut allergies, please do not apply. If you have asthma, please know this city has a lot of pollution, and you will need your inhaler daily.
  • Team: 4 Students
  • Location: East Asia
  • Amount you raise: $3500 (total cost of project $5400)

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People Group City Intern - P52

Mission Focus: Least Reached People Groups, Research, Evangelism

Service Dates: June 7 - Aug. 4, 2018, Orientation May 18-20, 2018
Application Deadline: Feb. 6, 2018
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 16-18, 2018

People Group City Interns will work to research and engage least reached people groups within the neighborhoods of Chicago. This will be a combination of both evangelistic engagement and research. Research will involve neighborhood mapping, completing people group profiles and a brief ethnography. Engagement will include prayer-walking, opportunities to do contextual evangelism, serving the needs of individuals and families, and building bridges between mercy ministries and the local church. You will have opportunities to train with local missionaries and pastors and to work with ministries focused on people groups.

  • Special requirements: Helpful but not required: enjoy research, and have an understanding of Islam and Arab culture.
  • Team: 2 students
  • Location: Chicago, IL
  • Amount you raise: $2985 (total cost of project $4600)

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Pickle Project (1/2 Tarleton Team)

Mission Focus: Urban Mission Lab

Service Dates: May 21 - Aug. 11, 2018, Orientation May 18-20, 2018
Application Deadline: Feb. 6, 2018
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 16-18, 2018

The Portland Pickle Project is an urban mission lab designed for you to learn missional living that you can apply for the rest of your life! The Portland Pickles is a college age, summer, wood bat baseball team that travels throughout the West. You will work approximately every other week for the Portland Pickles Baseball team, potentially filling multiple roles such as concessions, ticketing, ushering, etc. This is a paid job through which you will have opportunity to develop witnessing relationships with other summer staff working for the Pickles. Home weeks will be focused on the Pickles ownership, team members, and fellow staff and doing a great job representing Christ in the workplace through hard work and high character. Away weeks will allow time to engage community, participate in ministry with local churches and church plants, and build relationships through missional living.

  • Special requirements: Hard worker, positive, reliable, open to build relationships with new people. Passionate for your faith and teachable heart. 2 Students must be Tarleton Students. 2 Students can be from any school.
  • Team: 4 Students (2 Tarleton Students, 2 students from any school.)
  • Location: Portland, OR
  • Amount you raise: TBA

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Radical Missionaries

Mission Focus: Indigenous Peoples, Missionary Training

Service Dates: May 28 - Aug. 2, 2018, Orientation May 18-20, 2018
Application Deadline: Feb. 6, 2018
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 16-18, 2018

Serve alongside Radical Missionaries that work among indigenous communities along the Amazon river. Work with these missionaries, most of them college student age, in the establishing of new discipling relationships among locals. You need to be ready to share the Gospel, work with children, teach basic English or some other needs that might be beneficial to the community where you will be assigned. Any dental, medical or social skills are welcomed. During these 6 weeks, you will receive contextualized training at the Missionary Development Center located in the Amazon, 40 minutes by boat from Manaus, AM. This is a "rough" trip. You will live like the local indigenous peoples. Some places might not have electricity. It will be winter, but the temperature is hot.

  • Special requirements: Must have passport or have applied for one by Feb. 9, 2018. Must be a member of a Baptist Church. Servant attitude, willing to live in rough conditions. Helpful but not required: Speak Portuguese or Spanish, play a portable instrument, dental, medical or optometry skills.
  • Team: 4 Students
  • Location: Brazil
  • Amount you raise: $2550 (total cost of project $3380)

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REACH a Generation

Mission Focus: Community Outreach, Youth, Children

Service Dates: June 1 - Aug. 3, 2018, Orientation May 18-20, 2018
Application Deadline: Feb. 6, 2018
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 16-18, 2018

Do you want to help us REACH the people of Alaska and grow up a generation who KNOW CHRIST? As a summer missionary, you will work as Youth Ministers, Children's Ministers, VBS Ministry, Community Outreach/Church Planting, Music, and Creative Arts, etc. in Anchorage & Eagle River. Our desire is to share the Gospel. The neighborhood parks near the churches that we target are impoverished, and the children, teens, and families need positive role models. You will be a part of outreach to and investment in these children, teens and families through service projects and block parties. As you serve, you will be mentored and nurtured. Our goal is to raise up generations of Alaskans who KNOW CHRIST. We need you to help us infect our state with the Gospel.

  • Special requirements: "Creative, flexible, extrovert, physically fit, self-starter, hard working, enjoys outdoors and prepared to share the Gospel. "
  • Team: 2 Males, 2 Female
  • Location: Anchorage, AK
  • Amount you raise: $2800 (total cost of project $4300)

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Reaching the Valley for Christ

Mission Focus: Community Ministry & Respite Relief

Service Dates: June 16 - Aug. 5, 2018, Orientation May 18-20, 2018
Application Deadline: Feb. 6, 2018
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 16-18, 2018

Come serve alongside the local church doing community ministries that include: ESL classes, women's ministry, working with the children, Bible studies in home churches, VBS, construction projects (painting homes in the community), food pantry ministry, clothing distribution, and equipping others. You will serve at a respite relief center loving, serving and equipping people from Central America to show them the love of God at a time when they need it most.

  • Special requirements: Need passport for travel to Mexico City. Must have passport or have applied for one by Feb. 9, 2018. Must be a Sophomore or above (in second year of college after high school graduation). Must be a member of a Baptist Church. Spanish helpful but not required.
  • Team: 1 Male, 1 Female
  • Location: Mission, TX
  • Amount you raise: $1900 (total cost of project $2900)

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Resort Area Children's Ministry

Mission Focus: Children's Ministry

Service Dates: June 5 - Aug. 4, 2018, Orientation May 18-20, 2018
Application Deadline: Feb. 6, 2018
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 16-18, 2018

12 million people visit Lake Tahoe each year. 85% of those who live and visit Tahoe do not know Jesus. Come minister in our Big A Club Day Camp, A+ Ministries, and Parents’ Night Out. We teach children 2.5-12 years of age. You would be teaching Bible studies, teaching children to pray, memorize scripture, and leading recreation. Each outreach ministry has the goal of helping children and their parents come to know Jesus Christ. You will be challenged to grow spiritually and emotionally. You will learn that life is about giving yourself away to the high glory of God. The church, the community, and the staff will invest their hearts and lives in you. We seek to train you to be the leaders of the future. Our goal is to produce Kingdom leaders to touch the world in Jesus name. We sense that God gives us college students for a moment in time. Each student who serves is important to God and to the Kingdom of God. We bear the responsibility of redeeming the time in their lives. Every one of our staff has previously served as either a summer or semester missionary and understands the impact it can make on a life. Our goal is to help students know what we know…that God can use them to touch lives for His glory. Our goal is for this to be taught by our words and caught by the example of our actions.

  • Special requirements: Sophomore or above (in second year of college after high school graduation). Applicants will also be interviewed and approved by local supervisor. By the time arrive in Tahoe City, those working with school age children need to have completed with a passing grade 12 hours in any combination of the following types of classes. To work with school age children: (1) Recreation, which includes, but is not limited to, art, music, and dance. (2) Physical education, which includes, but is not limited to, indoor and outdoor sports activities. (3) Human services and social welfare, which includes, but is not limited to, nursing, psychology, sociology, or home economics. (4) Units earned toward an elementary or middle school teaching credential. (5) Early childhood education, child development, or school age child units. To work in preschool ministry: Early childhood education, Child development or Human growth and development type classes. Example: You could have 3 hours in art, 3 hours in psychology, 3 hours in nursing, and 3 hours of music for a total of 12 hours. Or 12 hours in recreation. Any combination of classes listed to equal 12 hours will work.
  • Team: 2 Females
  • Location: Tahoe City, CA
  • Amount you raise: $875 (total cost of project $1165)

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Restorative Justice Chaplain Intern

Mission Focus: Prison Ministry

Service Dates: June 2 - July 31, 2018, Orientation May 18-20, 2018
Application Deadline: Feb. 6, 2018
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 16-18, 2018

“I was in prison and you came to visit me…” Matt. 25:36. Will you be the one to make that visit? As an intern, you will assist inmates to discover their faith, develop their faith & assist chaplaincy staff with general chaplaincy ministry tasks. This internship program is designed to expose you to the professional chaplaincy ministry within the correctional environment in order to assist you with making a career decision. The correctional chaplain has direct responsibilities for the operation of the chaplaincy programs within the institution. The chaplain intern position supports the institutional chaplaincy department within the normal range of chaplaincy services pertaining to provisions of worship opportunities, religious education programs, and a variety of personal counseling needs complying with all applicable rules, policies, and procedures related to security.

  • Special requirements: Able to share gospel and testimony one-on-one or in large group. Able to teach Bible lessons and have a mature attitude.
  • Team: 2 Males
  • Location: Bratt, FL
  • Amount you raise: $850 (total cost of project $1000)

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Sports Camps Traveling Ministry

Mission Focus: Sports, Youth & Children

Service Dates: May 30 - July 29, 2018, Orientation May 18-20, 2018
Application Deadline: Feb. 6, 2018
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 16-18, 2018

You will be part of a staff that will travel each week to a different church to conduct sports camps. You will be equipped to conduct Sports Camps for students in Elementary and Middle School. You will receive intense training in leading a sport time, conducting Bible Studies and sharing your faith. Training will also include managing, motivating and equipping the campers you will oversee. We need someone that is comfortable around children and youth and desires to make a difference in their lives. We need staff that does not mind and can manage traveling each week. We need staff that does not mind hanging out with each other through long hours of camp, traveling, routine, sweat, praying, laughing, crying and sometimes being frustrated.

  • Special requirements: Must have sports experience and capable of leading groups of children in a particular sport. Helpful but not required: Bible study teaching experience.
  • Team: 1 Male, 1 Female
  • Location: Nashville, TN
  • Amount you raise: $780 (total cost of project $1040)

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Summer Activities Intern

Mission Focus: At-Risk Youth & Children, Social Work

Service Dates: May 21 - Aug. 1, 2018, Orientation May 18-20, 2018
Application Deadline: Feb. 6, 2018
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 16-18, 2018

You will be responsible in helping implement activities for children ages birth to 18 years old and caring for children in the care of the children's home. You will be expected to have knowledge and experience in caring for kids and willing to build relationships with at risk children and youth. Being able to organize games and crafts will be helpful. Lifeguard certification would be a great asset but not required. Assist the Director of Student Ministries in hosting mission teams to STCHM (South Texas Children's Home). Many opportunities are available to mentor/disciple children and youth. The summer is full of activities and spiritual growth for the children and it is a very rewarding opportunity to be a part of the children's lives. This is a great ministry for someone looking into social work, teaching or coaching. This is a high energy ministry position that requires someone who is willing to take initiative and serve others.

  • Special requirements: Fun loving, energetic, flexible. Helpful but not required: Lifeguard certification.
  • Team: 1 Male, 1 Female
  • Location: Beeville, TX
  • Amount you raise: $740 (total cost of project $985)

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Summer Kid's Camp Recreation Team

Mission Focus: Sports, Recreation, Children

Service Dates: June 2 -Aug. 4, 2018, Orientation May 18-20, 2018
Application Deadline: Feb. 6, 2018
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 16-18, 2018

Crossroads Church of Long Island hosts 6 weeks of kid's camps during the summer. The camps are for children, first through sixth grade. Camps are held Monday-Thursday each week. You will plan and supervise recreation activities for each week of camp. Team members need to have an understanding of both outdoor and indoor games, exhibit a love for working with kids as well as have the ability to work with volunteers from mission teams who come and serve during the summer. Team members will have the responsibility to help prepare our facilities to host mission teams each week. Team members also need to display a love for God and for reaching people in a mission field context.

  • Special requirements: Flexible, outgoing, confident, works well with others, able to lead games and sports. Helpful but not required: Spanish.
  • Team: 2 students
  • Location: East Islip, NY
  • Amount you raise: $2400 (total cost of project $3200)

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Team Taunus

Mission Focus: University Outreach & Youth Ministry

Service Dates: May 24 - July 10, 2018, Orientation May 18-20, 2018
Application Deadline: Feb. 6, 2018
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 16-18, 2018

Are you willing to leave your comfort zone to impact the nations with the Gospel? Be involved in an exciting ministry in two German cities and two German states! Your first assignment is outreach on one of the largest and oldest university campuses in Germany. This will include ministries as a team, but also the ability to reach out and build relationships as individuals. Evangelism in Germany is almost always a relational process and it takes someone who is willing to invest time in getting to know people, but also to be intentional in sharing their faith. You will also be involved in outreach through the church. Immanuel Baptist Church is an international church with ministry not only to US military families, but to people from over 23 different nationalities. The ministry is ever changing and team members must be flexible, willing to work hard to build connections and work hand in hand with church members in ministries ranging from youth to children’s ministry. Our church was the very first English language Baptist church established in Germany after WWII. God has given us a heart for our city and area. We believe He has great things in store. Flexibility, an ability to engage people from a large variety of cultural backgrounds and being a self-starter are key!

  • Special requirements: Must have passport or have applied for one by Feb. 9, 2018. Must be Mature, willing to work independently and able to have direct conversations.
  • Team: 1 Male, 2 Females, 1 CMI
  • Location: Germany
  • Amount you raise: $2930 (total cost of project $3900)

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University of BC (UT Austin Team)

Mission Focus: Collegiate Ministry

Service Dates: May 21 - June 29, 2018, Orientation May 18 - 20, 2018
Application Deadline: Feb. 6, 2018
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 16-18, 2018

Help expand the work of the BSM at the University of British Columbia and encourage the Christians on the campus by assisting with English corner, Bible Study Life Groups, Service projects, Worship, Discipleship, Outreach, and Evangelism. Participate in the ministry of Origin Church to reach university students at UBC and the city of Vancouver. UBC has 54,000 students -- with over 12,000 of these being international students. The city of Vancouver is also home to several other universities and colleges such as Langara College and Emily Carr University where we are seeking to reach students and establish campus congregations.

  • Special requirements: Must have passport or have applied for one by Feb. 9, 2018. Must be a student at UT Austin. Able to share faith, willing to meet new people and initiate conversations.
  • Team: 5 Students, 1 AC
  • Location: British Columbia, Canada
  • Amount you raise: $3100 (total cost of project $4150)

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Urban Rescuers

Mission Focus: Trafficked Victims, Business Training & Social Work

Service Dates: May 21 - Aug. 1, 2018, Orientation May 18-20, 2018
Application Deadline: Feb. 6, 2018
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 16-18, 2018

Dton Naam Foundation is a non-profit that helps young Thais (males and transgendered) walk away from a life of prostitution. We help them through outreach, recovery programs, and job training. We are looking for university interns that are willing to walk alongside these Thai individuals, whether it's going weekly into red light districts-building trust and friendships with sex workers; or by teaching daily classes to the young Thais that have already joined the recovery program; and/or helping them in the job training site which is our cafe/bakery. We are interested in applicants with a solid faith in Christ who are studying social work, counseling, art courses, education or business. Our work is intense, stretching, and difficult, yet it is also a joyful, beautiful privilege to walk alongside these Thai individuals. This internship will change you in more ways than you can imagine.

  • Special requirements: Must have passport or have applied for one by Feb. 9, 2018. Must be a Sophomore or above (in second year of college after high school graduation). Emotionally and spiritually mature. Willing to enter into the difficult stories of our people.
  • Team: 2 Males, 2 Females (minimum of 3)
  • Location: Thailand
  • Amount you raise: $2785 (total cost of project $4280)

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Walking with Jesus through the City

Mission Focus: Urban Missions, Meet Physical & Spiritual Needs

Service Dates: May 21 - Aug. 1, 2018, Orientation May 18-20, 2018
Application Deadline: Feb. 6, 2018
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 16-18, 2018

Come work in an urban missions setting, helping lay church planters to make disciples in apartment communities. Students will also help to administer food, clothes, household items, and furniture, so that people in need can receive good care in Jesus' name. Students will serve in their area of giftedness, talents, and passions, whether that is serving children, youth, and/or adults. Mission Arlington is a network of Bible studies and churches, a community crossroads, a center for community ministry, and a base for missionary training all wrapped up into a mission-spirited family serving God and loving His people. Students will be assigned to work in various areas of the mission depending upon the days' need, and ultimately will be placed with a Bible study leader/team out in the community. Summer programs, Rainbow Express, and Bible studies will be part of the weekly experience.

  • Special requirements: Flexible, servant's heart, willing to grow and work hard.
  • Team: 3 Students
  • Location: Arlington, TX
  • Amount you raise: $675 (total cost of project $900)

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Engage the Islands Interns

Mission Focus: Unreached People Groups & Church Planting

Service Dates: May 17 - Aug. 8, 2018, Orientation will take place in country.
Application Deadline: Feb. 6, 2018
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 16-18, 2018

ENGAGE THE ISLANDS is a church-planting initiative in Southeast Asia. Join us on a three-month internship and be trained in the basics of church planting, overseas ministry, team life and being a disciple of Jesus. We will discover the very purpose God created us for - to daily seek Him in community and experience the fullness of life for which we were made. Throughout this internship you will actively engage with those who have never heard the Gospel, work with local believers and experience a wide range of ministry opportunities. At the end of the summer, we believe you will have made a lasting impact on the nations and be personally changed forever. ENGAGE THE ISLANDS will also host short-term trips throughout the summer to work alongside interns to plant churches and to see the name of Jesus glorified.

  • Special requirements: Must have passport or have applied for one by Feb. 9, 2018. We are looking for Interns with a heart to serve others, a passion for Jesus and a teachable spirit. We are looking for people who desire to see God’s kingdom come to life in the world.
  • Team: 4 Students
  • Location: Southeast Asia
  • Amount you raise: $4350 (total cost of project $6000)

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University Freshman Team - F2F (UT Austin Team)

Mission Focus: College Student & Community Engagement

Service Dates: May 30 - July 25, 2018, Orientation May 18-20, 2018
Application Deadline: Feb. 6, 2018
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 16-18, 2018

Spend the first half of the summer assisting university ministries to finish well and help develop leaders for the fall semester. The second half of the summer you will participate in English camps, a youth retreat, and local church VBS ministries. During the month of June, your primary ministry will be on one of the six campuses where we are doing ministry. It would be the last month of the semester, so you will help us to finish well with the students and help us in training leaders for the upcoming semester. You will also do an English camp at local junior high schools. In July, you will be working in English camps, VBS, and youth outreach. All schools close by the end of June, so they are ready to have some fun! You will begin the summer at F2F training, with other students serving in the region.

  • Special requirements: Must have passport or have applied for one by Feb. 9, 2018. Must be a UT Austin Freshman. Must take unlocked smartphone for communication.
  • Team: 4 Students, 1 AC
  • Location: Taiwan
  • Amount you raise: $3375 (total cost of project $4500)

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Summer Sojourner

Mission Focus: Multi National Team & Creative Outreach

Service Dates: May 28 - July 20, 2018, Orientation May 18 - 20, 2018
Application Deadline: Feb. 6, 2018
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 16-18, 2018

You will partner closely with Mexican believers to saturate the city with the gospel. You will lead a variety of activities such as English conversation clubs, prayer ministry at local hospital, literacy classes in poorer neighborhoods, sports camps, kids clubs, etc. You will have unique opportunities to reach university students as you live near a major university campus and do life together at taco stands, coffee shops and soccer fields. Each activity will provide a platform for bible-storying and an opportunity to engage lost people and make disciples of Christ. You will cultivate meaningful friendships with your Mexican team members that will be mutually edifying. You will attend orientation and debriefing in Memphis, TN with other students being sent to serve throughout the Americas.

  • Special requirements: Must have passport or have applied for one by Feb. 9, 2018. Must have a basic level of Spanish and be motivated to learn quickly. Must be able to walk, climb stairs, keep up with other students, use public transportation and endure long days.
  • Team: 2 Students
  • Location: Leon, Mexico
  • Amount you raise: $2200 (total cost of project $3400)

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Church Planting Internship

Mission Focus: Church Planting, Children & Youth

Service Dates: May 25 - Aug. 10, 2018, Orientation May 18 - 20, 2018
Application Deadline: February 6, 2018
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: February 16 - 18, 2018

Get practical hands on experience as you are part of a church planting team. You will get the opportunity to see what life is like in a Canadian culture where less than 4% of the population are followers of Jesus. You will receive training each week and have the chance to go out in the community where you will learn first hand how to do community mapping, prayer walking, engaging a lost culture, community service projects, gathering people together for activities and events, setting up and being part of a weekly worship gathering and helping to disciple brand new followers of Jesus. Each week will also consist of 2 kids outreach nights and 1 youth outreach night. We are also in the process of planting our third church in the multiplication network so you will get to be a part of this from just about the beginning stages. Church on the Rock is located on the eastern side of Metro Vancouver and has established itself as a church planting multiplication hub center where we make disciples, develop leaders and send them out to plant new churches in neighborhoods right where the people live. Come and be a part of this multiplication center and see how lives are being transformed and the kingdom of heaven is being advanced in the Vancouver area.

  • Special requirements: Must have passport or have applied for one by Feb. 9, 2018. Must be a self-starter, initiator, flexible, teachable and good with kids and youth.
  • Team: 2 Males, 2 Females
  • Location: Pitt Meadows, BC, Canada
  • Amount you raise: $2900 (total cost of project $3880)

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Impact Teams

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Backpack Outreach

Mission Focus: Backpacking & Cross Cultural Relationship Building

Service Dates: June 2 - July 2, 2018, Orientation May 18-20, 2018
Application Deadline: Feb. 6, 2018
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 16-18, 2018

You will be backpacking in areas where Celtic language speakers are prevalent. You will stay in youth hostels, campgrounds, or other arrangements. While in these areas, seek out local speakers of Celtic languages in order to build relationships, which lead to spiritual conversations. Again, this is a very missional/ relational approach, and not your typical, confrontational evangelism approach to sharing Christ with not-yet-believers.

  • Special requirements: Must have passport or have applied for one by Feb. 9, 2018. Independent, personable, self-starters able to take initiative with missional thinking and approach. This is a VERY independent project. Those who require a great deal of direct supervision or instruction should NOT consider this assignment. Excellent physical condition required due to mountainous and difficult terrain. Must provide own backpacking equipment.
  • Team: 2 Students
  • Location: Wales
  • Amount you raise: $2750 (total cost of project $3650)

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BOUNCE Disaster Recovery

Mission Focus: Construction & Clean Up

Service Dates: May 21 - May 27, 2018, Orientation May 18-20, 2018
Application Deadline: Feb. 6, 2018
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 16-18, 2018

The aftermath of Hurricane Harvey in South Texas will continue well into the near future. BOUNCE offers you the opportunity to assist communities in their effort to BOUNCE back from devastation after disaster has struck. You will assist communities hit by the hurricane through a variety of ministry projects. Work may include, but is not limited to debris removal & clean-up, construction rehabilitation, and other ministry projects that will assist and encourage members of the affected community. You will be part of a larger group of college students from across the nation. You gather for joint worship and reflection each night.

  • Special requirements: Helpful but not required: Construction experience. BOUNCE has experienced construction personnel to lead each team.
  • Team: 10 Students, 1 Adult Coordinator
  • Location: South Texas
  • Amount you raise: $279 plus cost of flight, if needed. (total cost of project $500)

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Cultural Tourism

Mission Focus: Cross Cultural Relationship Building

Service Dates: July 17 - Aug. 7, 2018, Orientation May 18-20, 2018
Application Deadline: Feb. 6, 2018
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 16-18, 2018

As a tourist, engage people in significant gospel conversations. The national population is practically 100 percent Muslim, but the hospitable nature of the people allows for engagement and openness to meet outsiders and invitations into homes. Often, evenings and nights will provide the best opportunity to meet locals when they are out after the sun has set. A short tour of the of the country will allow you to confidently engage the locals with the Gospel message in a major city where English is commonly used.

  • Special requirements: Must have passport or have applied for one by Feb. 9, 2018. We are looking for passionate followers of Christ who are willing to push beyond their comfort zone to meet people in public areas with the intention of befriending them and sharing the gospel in a relational manner.
  • Team: 6 Students
  • Location: Middle East
  • Amount you raise: $2400 (total cost of project $3200)

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Eternal Impact

Mission Focus: Meeting Physical & Spiritual Needs, Social Work

Service Dates: Any 2-4 weeks between May 21 - Aug. 1, 2018, Orientation May 18 -20, 2018
Application Deadline: Feb. 6, 2018
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 16-18, 2018

Mission Arlington is a network of Bible studies and churches, a community crossroads, a center for community ministry, and a base for missionary training all wrapped up into a mission-spirited family serving God and loving His people. More than 500 people a day come through our front doors, making the mission campus a beehive of activity. You will be surrounded every day by people who don't know Christ and who are watching you to see if our Lord is real. You will be assigned to work in various areas of the mission depending upon the days' need, and ultimately will be placed with a Bible study leader/team out in the community. Summer programs, Rainbow Express, and Bible studies will be part of the weekly experience. You will work in an urban missions setting, helping lay church planters to make disciples in apartment communities. You will also help to administer food, clothes, household items, and furniture, so that people in need can receive good care in Jesus' name. Come serve in your area of giftedness, talents, and passions, whether that is serving children, youth, and/or adults.

  • Special requirements: Flexible, willing heart, willing to grow and work hard.
  • Team: 4 Students
  • Location: Arlington, TX
  • Amount you raise: $300 (total cost of project $500)

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Mentoring Orphans

Mission Focus: Orphans, Youth, Discipleship

Service Dates: June 8 - June 17, 2018, Orientation May 18-20, 2018
Application Deadline: Feb. 6, 2018
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 16-18, 2018

Come work with Orphans in Moldova. You will teach youth aging out of the orphanages skills they need to avoid falling victim to human trafficking. You will mentor/disciple CERI sponsored youth through planned activities. There will be organized teaching, worship, one-on-one discipling and group activities. The goal is to help youth become self-sufficient, healthy, and stable adults. Come help lead them to understand the challenge of life situations and how to respond in a Christlike way.

  • Special requirements: Must have passport or have applied for one by Feb. 9, 2018. Love children and able to work long hours.
  • Team: 4 Students
  • Location: Moldova
  • Amount you raise: $2400 (total cost of project $3000)

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Mobile Medical Clinics

Mission Focus: Medical

Service Dates: June 2 - June 9, 2018, Orientation May 18-20, 2018
Application Deadline: Feb. 6, 2018
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 16-18, 2018

Come be part of a team that will set up and conduct 4-5 family medicine clinics in remote locations in Grand Goave Commune. Each of these locations is through the local Siloe Baptist Church. The team will travel each morning to a new site, set up and conduct clinic complete with history, assessment, laboratory and treatment as available. Ministry and prayers with each person who comes through the clinic will be a valuable part of the process. At the end of the day, all materials will be packed and prepared for the next day. The team will return to the home base, the Villa, for the evening.

  • Special requirements: Must have passport or have applied for one by Feb. 9, 2018. Nursing, Medical or Pre-Med Students only.
  • Team: 5 Students, 1 Adult Coordinator
  • Location: Grand Goave, Haiti
  • Amount you raise: $1675 (total cost of project $2095)

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Montanan Adventure

Mission Focus: Outdoor Outreach, Children, Hiking, Camping

Service Dates: June 7 - July 6, 2018, Orientation May 18-20, 2018
Application Deadline: Feb. 6, 2018
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 16-18, 2018

Outdoorsmen church is a culturally relevant church planted eleven years ago with the vision of "outfitting the body to rescue the searching through uniquely Montanan ministries." Our relaxed services are only midweek. You will be trained to effectively build relationships with the unchurched through activities such as backpacking, archery, kayaking and camping. Through day camps you will minister often to children, many who have never heard the Gospel. You will go on missional expeditions with other local church plants as they seek to build bridges with the lost.

  • Special requirements: Must enjoy working with children, have a passion for the wild outdoors (you will be sleeping in tents at times) and an excellent team player with a servant's heart. Experience with hiking, camping, etc. helpful.
  • Team: 4 Students
  • Location: Missoula, MT
  • Amount you raise: $950 (total cost of project $1275)

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New England, New Churches

Mission Focus: Community Research & Church Planting Assessments

Service Dates: June 4 - July 7, 2018, Orientation May 18-20, 2018
Application Deadline: Feb. 6, 2018
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 16-18, 2018

New England is a vibrant region diverse in people, urbanization, and geography. During your service in New England you will assist the church planting movement in New England by learning about people and cultures across the region. Working with a Church Planting Catalyst or Church Planter, you will visit cities and communities for several days and compile an assessment report that will guide church planters and catalysts in their work for the communities you visit. Training will be provided for writing the assessments, and all reports will be used by the regional church planting team.

  • Special requirements: Able to initiate conversations. Enjoy journalism, writing, photography and blogging to communicate with each "culture" community.
  • Team: 4 Students, 1 Adult Coordinator
  • Location: New England
  • Amount you raise: $1890 (total cost of project $2520)

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One Cup of Coffee

Mission Focus: Coffee House, Deaf Ministry & Ultimate Frisbee

Service Dates: July 15 -July 28, 2018, Orientation May 18-20, 2018
Application Deadline: Feb. 6, 2018
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 16-18, 2018

Great Coffee. Changed Lives. Come help us engage local college students or deaf members of the local community through coffee, ultimate Frisbee or sign language. You will be based out of a coffee shop which we use to host students and members of the community. It is a fun and safe environment that is great for hosting events (karaoke, pizza parties, etc.) Ultimate Frisbee is one of the established means by which we are using to engage students on the local campus, so come put your skills to use for the kingdom. We live on a tropical island where 75% of those in the local deaf community are members of the island’s Unreached People Groups. If you are willing to come and help us engage this part of the community we can connect you with workers that can help you prepare before you come. You can use your barista skills, ultimate Frisbee or American sign language to engage the community.

  • Special requirements: Must have passport or have applied for one by Feb. 9, 2018. Must have abilities in of the three areas below: 1) Those with barista skills – You will help run events at the café 2) Those who enjoy ultimate Frisbee – You will use this to engage local college students 3) Those who know American sign language– You will help engage the deaf community.
  • Team: 4 Students
  • Location: East Asia
  • Amount you raise: $1865 (total cost of project $3820)

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Reach the Nations

Mission Focus: Unreached People Groups, Disciple Making, Missionary Mentorship

Service Dates: July 9 - Aug. 11, 2018, Orientation May 18-20, 2018
Application Deadline: Feb. 6, 2018
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 16-18, 2018

Make disciples among unreached people groups in DFW. You will learn and then apply (with long-term workers modelling for you) basic biblical principles of disciple making movements with a goal of helping families/groups discover who Jesus is and how to love and obey him. As you become competent and confident in making disciples you may have opportunities to help other believers learn to make disciples among the lost as well. What you will learn can be used back on your campus, in your future job, or as a career missionary.

  • Special requirements: Need to be teachable, committed to abiding in Christ and living out love and obedience to God in a way that shows among the lost. Can bring car for transportation, will be reimbursed for gas.
  • Team: 4 Students
  • Location: Richardson, TX
  • Amount you raise: $1825 plus cost of flight, if needed. (total cost of project $2800)

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Reach the Unreached

Mission Focus: Cross Cultural Relationship Building

Service Dates: May 22 - June 12, 2018, Orientation May 18-20, 2018
Application Deadline: Feb. 6, 2018
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 16-18, 2018

Ready for a life changing experience? Live in community in the foothills of South Asia! See one of the largest unreached Muslim people groups experience the power of the gospel. Experience the culture of people of South Asia. Live life with the people. Use the way the Lord has gifted you to reach the nations. Work with the local church to disciple believers, share the gospel, and pray for churches to be planted amongst the Muslim community. Be a part of our family and see the Lord do amazing things for His name!!

  • Special requirements: Must have passport or have applied for one by Feb. 9, 2018. Must be able to show strong initiative and have a strong desire for evangelism.
  • Team: 2 Students (Same Gender)
  • Location: South Asia
  • Amount you raise: $2450 (total cost of project $3275)

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Resolved4Provo Impact

Mission Focus: University Students & Gospel Appointments

Service Dates: June 22 - July 6, 2018, Orientation May 18-20, 2018
Application Deadline: Feb. 6, 2018
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 16-18, 2018

Resolved4Provo is a Gospel Ministry to the Least Reached City and University in the U.S. The Provo, UT area has 250,000+ people and is 0.5% reached with the gospel of Jesus Christ. There are close to 34,000 students in Provo and less than 50 students are born-again believers in Jesus. That is 99.85% lost. You will join the local workers and be co-laborers on the field in the areas of evangelism, bible studies, interfaith dialogues, and prayer walking. You will be trained by the on-site workers in areas of evangelism, apologetics, and theology to be better equipped in sharing their faith with the lost people of Provo. You will primarily engage with lost students through gospel appointments. This is a difficult setting for ministry. Do not let the “hard” turn you away; let it motivate you to come!

  • Special requirements: Willing to share the gospel in conversations. Helpful but not required: Experience in gospel conversations with people from a different religious world-view.
  • Team: 4 Students
  • Location: Provo, UT
  • Amount you raise:

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Salmon Frenzy

Mission Focus: Servant Leadership, Support Team

Service Dates: July 5 - Aug. 5, 2018, Orientation May 18-20, 2018
Application Deadline: Feb. 6, 2018
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 16-18, 2018

You will aid Alaska Missions Staff and Summer Adult Workers in mobilizing 150 volunteers per week for three weeks on Cook Inlet beaches at the mouth of the Kenai River and Kasilof River. Come serve in these three areas: 1. Setting up housing for Short-term Mission Volunteer Teams 2. Serve as hosts at church housing locations. 3. Organize and mobilize the supply stream for beaches (22,000 hotdogs, 400 gallons cocoa, etc.) 4. Organize and lead Beach Outreaches (personal evangelism, kids club, bounce houses, face painting, traffic control, grill masters, cocoa, first aid, etc.) 5. Personal Discipleship Training under leadership of Collegiate Ministry Coordinator (Pastor John Offutt, Lyndale, TX) 6. Leadership Training under leadership of Logistical Coordinator (Gary Hawley, Lyndale, TX) You will have the chance to invest in children & adults on the beaches and will have ample opportunity to impact these lives for Christ.

  • Special requirements: Spiritually mature. Physical fitness is a must. Interest in children. Able to lead adult volunteers.
  • Team: 4 Students
  • Location: Kenai, AK
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Samaritan House Family Ministries

Mission Focus: Impoverished Children & Women

Service Dates: June 1 - July 1, 2018, Orientation May 18-20, 2018
Application Deadline: Feb. 6, 2018
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 16-18, 2018

Samaritan House Family Ministries is a shelter for women and children. Come work alongside the full-time staff in meeting the needs of women and children experiencing a housing crisis. You will help oversee daily routine, work with the children, assist with the weekly Bible Study and meal preparation. Appalachian Outreach partners with the Jefferson City Housing Authority for eight weeks during the summer providing a four day per week Back Yard Bible Club, and you will help with this as well. Come live out Matthew 25:40 as you serve “the least of these.”

  • Special requirements: Flexible, willing to serve indigent families, assist in leading short-term mission teams and spiritually mature. We serve a large Latino population so Spanish is helpful but not required. Home repair skills helpful but not required.
  • Team: 2 Students
  • Location: Jefferson City, TN
  • Amount you raise: $700 (total cost of project $840)

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Sustainable Gardens and Sharing the Gospel

Mission Focus: Agriculture, Food Provision, Global Health

Service Dates: July 22 - Aug. 1, 2018, Orientation May 18-20, 2018
Application Deadline: Feb. 6, 2018
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 16-18, 2018

For six years CERI has led teams of volunteers to show South Africans how to build "trench gardens" that feed a family of five. Each year the gardens are replicated by the towns people who in turn build multiple gardens. Families visited by team members receive groceries and a gospel witness. This ministry is duplicated by the Africans who learn from team members how to plant a trench garden. Each day of the mission you are tasked to dig trenches, layer trenches with cardboard, straw, cow mature, dig holes for posts, concrete fence posts, install a gate, plant seedlings, and visit homes in the community. No gardening experience needed. You will be taught how to plant a garden. Expect to work long, hard hours. You will also reach children after school hours with activities and a gospel presentation.

  • Special requirements: Must have passport or have applied for one by Feb. 9, 2018. No gardening experience necessary.
  • Team: 5 Students
  • Location: South Africa
  • Amount you raise: $2500 (total cost of project $3250)

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Urban Impact

Mission Focus: Urban College and Young Adults, English Conversation

Service Dates: May 23 - June 13, 2018, Orientation May 18-20, 2018
Application Deadline: Feb. 6, 2018
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 16-18, 2018

Come to an Unreached World Class City, Bangkok, Thailand (0.3% Christian), where there is freedom to share the gospel in this Urban Center of the 10/40 window. Connect with Thai university students and young urban working adults through informal English conversation, hanging out, forming friendships, and sharing your faith with people who have never known a Christian or heard the gospel before. Guitar, singing, drama, sports & your college major can all be ways to connect with people. You and your team will spend your weeks at the Baptist Student Center located in central Bangkok along the Bangkok Sky Train route and at nearby universities. There are 2500 English Center students and thousands of university students who want to meet an American English speaker and practice their English. As your team connects with them, share your faith with them and invite them to many activities in and around Bangkok. You can also invite them on trips to tropical Thailand, so that they can meet your teammates and ultimately hear the Gospel.

  • Special requirements: Must have passport or have applied for one by Feb. 9, 2018.
  • Team: 2 Students
  • Location: Bangkok, Thailand
  • Amount you raise: $2020 (total cost of project $2700)

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Urban Tour

Service Dates: June 1 - June 30, 2018, Orientation May 18-20, 2018
Application Deadline: Feb. 6, 2018
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 16-18, 2018

You will be working with Eyes on Me and No Place Left with backyard Bible clubs, hip hop hope, and other outreach in the areas of the third ward, fifth ward, and sunnyside in Houston. There is much brokenness on display in these areas and we are looking for people who are willing to be good listeners, quick to grow in cultural intelligence, and bear the demonstration of the gospel.

  • Special requirements: We are looking for students who can take initiative and who are willing to grow in their cultural intelligence. One student will be asked to bring car for team transpiration. You will be reimbursed for gas.
  • Team: 2 Males, 2 Females
  • Location: Houston, TX
  • Amount you raise: $1050 (total cost of project $1425)

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Zona Crew

Mission Focus: Youth Camp Staff

Service Dates: June 6 - June 15, 2018, Orientation May 18-20, 2018
Application Deadline: Feb. 6, 2018
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 16-18, 2018

Ever have a great camp experience? Want to give the same great camp experience to teenagers in Arizona? Zona Camp is the State Youth Camp for the Arizona Southern Baptist Convention. College students serve the more than 1000 teenagers in the area of Evangelism, Discipleship, Worship and Recreation. During your time of service, you will be responsible for aiding the Zona Team in providing a Christ centered camp experience. College Zona crew members serve on teams providing recreation, daily discipleship groups, aiding the master teachers during breakout sessions, student movement around campus and so much more. For Zona Camp you will arrive in Arizona for 2 days of training, then travel with the rest of the team to Biola University in La Miranda, California. You will return to Arizona after camp to fly home. You won’t sleep much, will have long hours, eat so-so food, hang out with teenagers and HAVE YOUR WORLD ROCKED!

  • Special requirements: Students who are willing to have long days, love on teenagers and see their lives impacted for the gospel.
  • Team: 2 Students
  • Location: Phoenix, AZ
  • Amount you raise: $800 (total cost of project $1050)

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Engage the Islands

Mission Focus: Unreached People Groups & Church Planting

Service Dates: June 3, 2018 - June 16, 2018, Orientation May 18 -20, 2018
Application Deadline: Feb. 6, 2018
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 16-18, 2018

ENGAGE THE ISLANDS is a church-planting initiative in Southeast Asia. Be part of a short-term team that will engage with those who have never heard the Gospel. We will begin the week with joint worship and training, attended by multiple teams. Your team will then be sent out to work with local believers and experience a wide range of ministry opportunities. The ultimate goal is to plant churches and to see the name of Jesus glorified. Be part of seeing every nation, tribe and peoples reached!

  • Special requirements: Must have passport or have applied for one by Feb. 9, 2018. We are looking for people who desire to see God’s kingdom come to life in the world.
  • Team: 20 Students, 1 Adult Coordinator
  • Location: Southeast Asia
  • Amount you raise: $3000

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Church on the Rock Church Planting Internship

Mission Focus: Church Planting, Worship Leading, Discipling

Service Dates: Aug. 15 - Dec. 15, 2018, Orientation May 18-20, 2018
Application Deadline: Feb. 6, 2018
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 16-18, 2018

Get practical hands on experience as you are part of a church planting team. You will get the opportunity to see what life is like in a Canadian culture where less than 4% of the population are followers of Jesus. You will receive training each week and have the chance to go out in the community where you will learn first hand how to do community mapping, prayer walking, engaging a lost culture, community service projects, gathering people together for activities and events, setting up and being apart of a weekly worship gathering, and helping to disciple brand new followers of Jesus. Church on the Rock is located on the eastern side of Metro Vancouver and has established itself as a church planting multiplication hub where we make disciples, develop leaders, and send them out to plant new churches in neighborhoods. Come be part of this multiplication center and see how lives are being transformed and the kingdom of heaven is being advanced in the Vancouver area.

  • Special requirements: Must have passport or have applied for one by Feb. 9, 2018. Must be a Sophomore or above (in second year of college after high school graduation). Self starter, flexible, takes initiative, friendly and willing to meet new people.
  • Team: 1 Student
  • Location: Canada
  • Amount you raise: $3350 (total cost of project $5165)

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Cross Seekers Assistant - CMI

Mission Focus: University Students & Gospel Appointments

Service Dates: Aug. 31 - Dec. 14, 2018, Orientation May 18-20, 2018
Application Deadline: Feb. 6, 2018
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 16-18, 2018

Resolved4Provo is a Gospel Ministry to the Least Reached City and University in the U.S. The Provo area has 250,000+ people and is 0.5% reached with the gospel of Jesus Christ. There are close to 34,000 students and less than 50 students are born-again believers in Jesus. That is 99.85% lost. You will join the local workers to co-labor in the areas of evangelism, bible studies, interfaith dialogues, and prayer walking. You will be trained in evangelism, apologetics, and theology to be better equipped in sharing your faith with the lost people of Provo. You will use gospel appointments as your tool to engage lost students and can expect at least 3 Gospel conversations per week that can move into discipling younger believers on a weekly basis. This is a difficult setting for ministry. Do not let the “hard” turn you away; let it motivate you to come!

  • Special requirements: Must be a Sophomore or above (in second year of college after high school graduation). Shares the gospel naturally in conversation. Has been discipled and knows how to replicate that in younger believers.
  • Team: 1 Male or 2 Females
  • Location: Provo, UT
  • Amount you raise: $2750 (total cost of project $4250)

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Discipleship Catalyst - CMI

Mission Focus: University Students & Discipleship

Service Dates: Sept. 1 - Dec.15, 2018, Orientation May 18-20, 2018
Application Deadline: Feb. 6, 2018
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 16-18, 2018

The University of Oregon is a premiere University on the west coast in beautiful Eugene, Oregon! It is a campus that is predominantly non-believers (approximately 90% do not have any current connection to faith). We want to invite you to live on mission with us and serve as a Discipleship Catalyst with NCM at the U of O! You will be on campus sharing your faith regularly, and seeking to creatively connect with students to build relationships. We have a weekly meal in order to be able to invite students who would not attend something "spiritual" but would be open to friendship and free food. God has used this opportunity to help remove barriers from students and allow us opportunities to share the gospel and invite students to our weekly Bible study. The culture in the NW is very secular, the politics are very liberal, and though spirituality is valued - religion and church are not. There is no cultural or relational advantage to go to church, which means those who do go are usually very genuine in their faith.

  • Special requirements: Must be a Junior or above (in third year of college after high school graduation). Self-starter and able to work independently. Skills helpful: email marketing, social media, and website design.
  • Team: 1 Female
  • Location: Eugene, OR
  • Amount you raise: TBA

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Fun Fall Events & Outreach

Mission Focus: Children's Ministry at New Church Plant

Service Dates: Aug. 1 - Nov. 1, 2018, Orientation May 18-20, 2018
Application Deadline: Feb. 6, 2018
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 16-18, 2018

The Living Stone Church just celebrated their first year of existence and includes a very diverse population which makes it challenging, yet fun to be a part of. We are growing and have a strong core of leaders and families that are very supportive to the ministry in this area. Since we are a church plant, we are always praying for God's will and guidance as we grow, reach and touch lives. We can always use more hands to move forward in this new journey! You will be working with the Children's minister on several events for the community. All events will be an outreach for the church and will involve the church families and community. You will have hands-on planning with church staff and church leaders. This is a great opportunity to grow your faith as a leader and friend!

  • Special requirements: Must be a Sophomore or above (in second year of college after high school graduation). Must be a member of a Baptist Church. Experience in children's ministry. Helpful but not required: Computer skills, communication skills, and administrative skills.
  • Team: 1 Student
  • Location: Broomfield, CO
  • Amount you raise: $1950 (total cost of project $3000)

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Get to Your Peers- Hands On

Mission Focus: Evangelism & Discipleship of University Students

Service Dates: July 2 - Dec. 14, 2018, Orientation May 18-20, 2018
Application Deadline: Feb. 6, 2018
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 16-18, 2018

Take the gospel and train nationals to do the same. As a frontliner, you will engage university Muslim students in spiritual conversations that move to the Gospel. This coastal urban context is home to many universities where students are open to spiritual conversations and need to hear someone plant the gospel in their heart and soul. As a trainer, you will train, model, and go with national believers to spread the hope of Jesus. Our team will immediately equip you with tools for training. Your goal will be to access the national believers in local campus ministries, teach, and model in evangelism and discipleship. These students have a heart to reach their peers but they often do not know how, and the Muslims are especially neglected due to fear. Your training the nationals will instill the know how, confidence and immediate obedience. Your end goal is to see the Lord raise up a group of catalyzing students equipped to evangelize and disciple their national peers. Be prepared for invitations into people's lives, including their home. Expect to share a meal with someone, but expect to work amongst your gender.

  • Special requirements: Must have passport or have applied for one by Feb. 9, 2018. Must be a Sophomore or above (in second year of college after high school graduation). Must be a member of a Baptist Church. Severe asthma is a concern here. Should be able to stand and walk much of the day. Severe allergies or history of severe medical conditions must be confirmed with field supervisor approval.
  • Team: 2 Students
  • Location: South Asia
  • Amount you raise: $3900 (total cost of project $7000)

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GoTEN Refugee Ministry

Mission Focus: Unreached People Groups, Refugee Outreach

Service Dates: Sept. 15 -Dec. 15, 2018, Orientation May 18-20, 2018
Application Deadline: Feb. 6, 2018
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 16-18, 2018

Come experience the life of a missionary by engaging unreached refugees with prayer, love, and Truth. You will serve on teams with GoTEN missionaries living among refugees in Phoenix metro area. Since 1980, Arizona has resettled almost 90,000 refugees of which the majority have come from unreached people groups. Our teams live in a low-income apartment complexes with refugees, building relationships with refugee neighbors, demonstrating God's love by being a caring friend willing to help and by sharing stories of truth in their homes. Our team teaches English, makes home visits, teaches job skills, teaches life skills, and starts Gospel sharing story groups. The environment is incredibly diverse. Expect to meet Muslims, Buddhist, Hindus, and non-religious people. The people groups we work with are from Iraq, Syria, Iran, Myanmar, Congo, Sudan, Somalia, Nepal, and Afghanistan. Student missionaries will be coached by GoTEN staff. Staff development days are designed to give you new tools, accountability, practice, encouragement, and community. Our mission is to create disciple making movements among unreached refugees in USA. If you can smile, like to meet new people and want to engage people from another culture, this is a great opportunity to experience the true missionary life.

  • Special requirements: Must be a Sophomore or above (in second year of college after high school graduation). Willing to be on the front-line- outgoing, mature, reliable and consistent. Shy students will feel frustrated.
  • Team: 2 Students
  • Location: Phoenix, AZ
  • Amount you raise: $2185 (total cost of project $3600)

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Live, Laugh, Love and Learn with Orphans

Mission Focus: Orphans, Teaching, Counseling, Construction

Service Dates: Sept. 1 - Dec. 1, 2018, Orientation May 18-20, 2018
Application Deadline: Feb. 6, 2018
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 16-18, 2018

Restoring Hope Village is a home for orphaned, abandoned, and neglected children. Welkom is a mining town that brings people from all over South Africa and the surrounding countries in search of work. This mass of migrant workers has created a problem of brief relationships that result in unwanted children. Throw HIV into the mix and you have horrific death tolls that result in thousands of orphaned children. Restoring Hope provides a home, love, protection and a push towards Jesus for the children that are left in this horrendous path of destruction. Restoring Hope Village is currently home to 20 children. Each child is placed in a home with a native "Mother" and five other children where they live as a family. We are looking for students willing to invest in the lives of our children by getting your hands dirty as you help them struggle through the issues that orphaned and abandoned children often face. You will serve through evangelism, discipleship, counseling, tutoring, recreation, teaching children to work, serve, love and through all these areas to ultimately depend on Christ. A normal week consists of grocery shopping, tutoring, gardening, cleaning, mowing, office work, babysitting, or maintenance. There are construction projects for young men. We need guys who are willing to serve the staff to train our boys to be Godly men. Serving at a children’s home isn’t just for the ladies.

  • Special requirements: Must have passport or have applied for one by Feb. 9, 2018. Must be a Sophomore or above (in second year of college after high school graduation). Education majors helpful, but not required. Guys with construction experience needed. Counseling background helpful.
  • Team: 2 Students
  • Location: South Africa
  • Amount you raise: $2350 (total cost of project $3600)

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Chiapas Mountains Ministry - Hands On

Mission Focus: Indigenous People Group, Coffee Growing

Service Dates: Aug. 11, - Dec. 4, 2018, Orientation May 18-20, 2018
Application Deadline: Feb. 6, 2018
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 16-18, 2018

Are you adventurous, energetic, motivated, outgoing and spontaneous? Then we need you! Share Bible stories while investigating the worldview of a small indigenous group. When not hiking into remote areas, there are ample opportunities to interact with locals through evangelism and discipleship. Your gifting and talents can open up doors. Allow God to use you for His kingdom! Although there is no corner coffee shop, this is coffee country. Learn the process of making coffee-- from the plant to the cup! Hands On orientation and debrief are hosted in Lima, Peru, where you will learn alongside other students serving in the Americas.

  • Special requirements: Must have passport or have applied for one by Feb. 9, 2018. Must be a Sophomore or above (in second year of college after high school graduation). Must be a member of a Baptist Church. Must be able to hike in mountainous terrain. Must provide own hiking clothing and equipment. Any dietary restrictions would be difficult to accommodate. There is lots of smoke in the air from outdoor cooking fires. Helpful but not required: Spanish.
  • Team: 2 Students
  • Location: Chiapas, Mexico
  • Amount you raise: $3950 (total cost of project $5500)

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New England CMI

Mission Focus: University Students, Journalism, Church planting

Service Dates: Aug. 1, 2018 - May 31, 2019, Orientation May 18-20, 2018
Application Deadline: Feb. 6, 2018
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 16-18, 2018

New England is home to more than 230 college campuses, the majority of which do not have a sustained Christian witness. Through serving one year with New England Students, the collegiate ministry of the Baptist Convention of New England, you will build relationships, share the gospel, and make disciples on campus. You will also dive into the community of a new church and experience the joy and growth of a new work. This position requires: a love for Jesus, His church, a desire to see students follow Jesus, and perseverance. You will be part of a network of nearly 30 missionaries focused on students and broaden your experience as you work alongside these successful missionaries in one of the most "unreached" locations in the United States. Additionally, you will have the experience of being part of a new church plant that is working to reach collegians. You will also have regular times of meeting with experienced missionaries for mentorship and personal growth.

  • Special requirements: Must be a Junior or above (in third year of college after high school graduation). Willing to share the gospel, exhibits servant-leadership, and desires to start disciple making relationships. Also able to initiate conversations, enjoy journalism/writing, photographers or bloggers who will be able to communicate what they learn of each "cultural community" in written form.
  • Team: 1 Female
  • Location: New England
  • Amount you raise: $3950 (total cost of project $7000)

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NW College Missionary Intern - CMI

Mission Focus: University Students

Service Dates: Sept. 13 – Dec. 14, 2018 OR Sept. 13, 2018 – June 15, 2019, Orientation May 18 - 20, 20
Application Deadline: Feb. 6, 2018
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 16-18, 2018

You can use all of your experiences as a student in BSM to serve on a Northwest campus with a collegiate minister bringing the Gospel to one of the most under reached community in the NW, students on the college campus. You could serve with one of our collegiate directors at the University of Oregon, Oregon State University, or in the Portland Urban center on Portland State University with the metro team and on one of our urban community colleges. You will receive orientation and weekly support from a local supervisor. You will be connected with other collegiate ministers/interns throughout the NW and will have established goals and expectations to help them clearly understand activity and outcomes to move them toward goals. This is a great opportunity to share the Gospel and disciple students, in an amazingly beautiful but desperately lost region of the US.

  • Special requirements: Must be a Junior or above (in third year of college after high school graduation). Hard worker, positive, reliable, open to build relationships with new people. Passionate for your faith and teachable heart.
  • Team: 1-2 Students
  • Location: Oregon
  • Amount you raise: Fall Semester Only $2350 (total cost of project $3600) Fall & Spring Semesters $5500 (total cost of project $8600)

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South Asian Center Intern

Mission Focus: South Asian immigrants, ESL, Children

Service Dates: Sept. 15 - Dec. 15, 2018, Orientation May 18-20, 2018
Application Deadline: Feb. 6, 2018
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 16-18, 2018

Come engage unreached South Asian groups of NYC who have never heard the gospel before through adult English as a Second language (ESL) classes, neighborhood outreach programs, and children's ministry in the parks! Our ESL class is a springboard to connect people to our new church. You will also host and lead youth missions teams who will serve with us throughout the semester. We currently have individuals from eastern religious backgrounds who are interested in learning more about Jesus. You will be expected to fill this great need by meeting with ESL students for one-on-one discipleship. We also have some church planting opportunities that you will be involved in during your time of service. Evangelism, discipleship skills, cultural sensitivity, strong leadership skills, a love for children, and most definitely, a servant's heart are a must. Outgoing, confident, self-motivated, “trailblazers” needed! New York City’s unreached are waiting for you to come tell them about Jesus for the first time ever!

  • Special requirements: Must be a Sophomore or above (in second year of college after high school graduation). Evangelism, discipleship and leadership skills are a must. Background in these helpful: ESL/TOEFL teachers, elementary education, South Asian languages, West African languages, Spanish speakers.
  • Team: 1 Student
  • Location: New York City, NY
  • Amount you raise: $3250 (total cost of project $5020)

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STUDY ABROAD

Mission Focus: University Students, Church Planting

Service Dates: Determined by university dates, Orientation Jan. 4 - 6, 2018
Application Deadline: Feb. 6, 2018
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 16-18, 2018

Did you know that London is the largest study abroad city in the world? More students from across the globe do study abroad in London than any other city in the world. God is calling out a generation of missionaries who will use their education and skills to be on mission. As a student, you have opportunities to take the gospel to university students and professors around the world. You can leverage your study abroad options to share the Good News, disciple new believers and help start churches. Step 1 is to find a location in London where missionaries are working to reach university students and using study abroad students in their ministry. Go to imbstudents.org/study abroad to search locations. Step 2 is to consult with your university’s study abroad program to see if they have a program in London. You will find a wide variety of programs, such as faculty-led, campus partnerships, exchange programs and independent programs. Independent programs are the most flexible and may be the most likely to allow you to study at the university of you choice. Once you have found the study abroad program that fits your needs, you will apply through your school. Step 3 is to apply through Go Now Missions. We will work with IMB to connect you with a missionary and ministry.

  • Special requirements: Must have passport or have applied for one by Feb. 9, 2018. Must be a sophomore or above (in second year of college after high school graduation).
  • Team: Unlimited number
  • Location: London, England
  • Amount you raise: Determined by university program. You will be allowed to raise funds for the travel and some living expenses part of the trip. You are expected to cover your own tuition costs.

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Texas Campus Missionary Intern

Mission Focus: Texas University Students

Service Dates: Aug. 1, 2018 - May 15, 2019

Your mission field will be a college campus in Texas. As a Campus Missionary Intern (CMI), you will be heavily involved in evangelism and discipleship through coaching students, prayer-walking, servant-evangelism, luncheons, and leading small groups. This position for ministry will allow you to use your gifts and be challenged to go beyond your comfort zone to reach students. On some campuses, you may also be assigned to focus on athletes or fraternity and sorority members. Some CMIs may also have a focus on International students by teaching conversational English classes, assisting with weekly international gatherings and special events. Several positions are available specifically for African-American and Hispanic students. NOTE: CMIs do not complete the Go Now application. Go to the CMI tab on this website to apply. CMIs do not attend the Go Now Interviews or orientation. You will go to CMI interviews and orientation.

  • Special requirements: Recent college graduate (graduate by July ’18) that has been involved in BSM and/or church leadership and ministry. Must be member of a Baptist church. Complete CMI APPLICATION; find link on CMI tab
  • Team: 40 Students
  • Location: College Campuses in Texas
  • Amount you raise: Amount You Raise: $3300 (total cost of project $9500)

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