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Christmas Break

Use your Christmas break from college to share Jesus with others. You will serve 1-3 weeks during your Christmas holiday. Download the printable list...

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Spring Semester

Looking for more? Want to go deeper with people? Go for a semester or a year by taking a semester out of school or serving right after you graduate from college. Download the printable list...

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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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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: 1 student, will serve with 1 Student already appointed
  • Location: East Islip, NY
  • Amount you raise: $2400 (total cost of project $3200)

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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: 1 Male, will serve on team with 1 Male already appointed
  • Location: Pitt Meadows, BC, Canada
  • Amount you raise: $2900 (total cost of project $3880)

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Impact Teams

You can impact lives in just a matter of weeks! Impact Teams serve from 2-4 weeks throughout the summer. Download the printable list...

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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: 1 Female, will serve with 1 Female already appointed
  • Location: Bangkok, Thailand
  • Amount you raise: $2020 (total cost of project $2700)

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Fall Semester

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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 Female, will serve with 1 Female already appointed
  • 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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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: 1 Student
  • 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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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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