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ACTS: Ambassadors for Christ to Students

Mission Focus: University Students, Sports, Art, Music

May 31 - July 31, 2017, Orientation May 19 - 21, 2017

You will be engaging college students and young people through any means necessary. This usually means that you will be going out to find them by playing sports, meeting them in coffee shops, or hanging out with them in parks. We need discerning students to help share truth with people but to also gauge the spiritual interest level of those whom we engage. You will be able to help develop relationships during your time here, and our meeting place will provide us an opportunity to meet the people with whom you are sharing. Playing guitar, basketball, Frisbee, or soccer are all helpful. We also have outreaches involving henna or painting, so artistic skills are also very helpful. Being teachable and able to work well with others are non-negotiable. Teamwork is key.

  • Special requirements: ***Must have passport or applied for one and paid the fee to expedite it by March 23, 2017.*** Teachable and good team member a must. Abilities in basketball, Frisbee, soccer, guitar, art or henna painting helpful, but not required.
  • Team: 1 Female
  • Location: Central Asia
  • Amount you raise: $2975 (total cost of project $4435)

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Bel Paese Summer Intern

Mission Focus: Relationship Evangelism

June 7 - July 19, 2017, Orientation May 19 - 21, 2017

Use your gifts and abilities to share the gospel in the bel paese – which originally meant “beautiful country.” Your team will partner with an evangelical church in an assigned city. Together you will use a variety of methods to build relationships and share the gospel. In spite of its relevance in Christian history, Italy is spiritually dark and in need of the gospel. Since it is a relationship-oriented culture, you can use those relationships that will be built over the summer to share the gospel. Some knowledge of Catholicism and postmodernism is necessary.

  • Special requirements: ***Must have passport or applied for one and paid the fee to expedite it by March 23, 2017.*** Some knowledge of Catholicism and postmodernism.
  • Team: 1 Female
  • Location: Italy
  • Amount you raise: $3350 (total cost of project $5200)

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Big City College Connections

Mission Focus: University Students & Relationship Evangelism

May 22 - Aug. 12, 2017, Orientation May 19 - 21, 2017

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 basically be trying to build relationships with as many people as possible so you can share the Good News and hopefully start Bible studies with your new friends. Anything you like to do - sports, shopping, music, etc. - can be used to build relationships. Your evenings will be spent at English corners, coffee shops meeting students, hanging out with friends, having Bible studies and more. You will be blessed while you are blessing others, and this will be a summer you will never forget!

  • Special requirements: ***Must have passport or applied for one and paid the fee to expedite it by March 23, 2017.*** Must be a member of a Baptist church. There is lots of pollution in the city, so if you have asthma, you will need to take precautions. Restaurants use MSG, so if you are allergic to this or have any other allergies, we would need to know before you arrive.
  • Team: 1 Male
  • Location: East Asia
  • Amount you raise: $3900 (total cost of project $6090)

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C.H.E.S.S. Squad

Mission Focus: Social Justice, Homelessness, Trafficking, Poverty

May 28 - Aug. 1, 2017, Orientation May 19 - 21, 2017

C.H.E.S.S. stands for City of Houston Engagement and Servant Squad. Houston is a city of brokenness - manifested in homelessness, human trafficking, generational poverty, broken justice system, under-resourced areas, and systemic racism. On this team you will join the efforts of those working to bring SHALOM (wholeness/peace) to the city. You will join experienced workers in the field working against these manifestations. You will be educated, equipped, and empowered to minister to those impacted most directly by the brokenness in Houston. Come join the Servant Squad!

  • Special requirements: Sophomore or above (in second year of college after high school graduation).
  • Team: 2 Students
  • Location: Houston, TX
  • Amount you raise: $1160 (total cost of project $1780)

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Domestic Violence & Trafficked Victims Advocate

Mission Focus: Women & Children, Trafficking, Social Work, Psychiatry

May 24 - Aug. 4, 2017, Orientation May 19 - 21, 2017

Be an advocate for domestic violence and sexual human trafficking survivors. Join us as we provide physical, emotional, Christ-like care for homeless, battered, abused and trafficked women and their children. Serving as guest advocates, you will be very involved with the women and children who come to us in crisis situations asking for help with shelter, food and other needs. Having a consistent person working with the women and children makes a difference as we share the love of Jesus with those who come to us for help. Having someone nearby helps the guests relate and really listen to what is being said about Jesus. Develop relationships with guests and their children through church attendance, helping with new intakes and assisting with children's activities. Guests will develop relationships with you that will strengthen them as they work towards a new and transformed life in Jesus Christ. In addition, this is another way of sharing God's Word and love with our guests while helping you establish good teaching and discipleship training skills. You will also be able to provide a living witness to our guests and short-term volunteers while helping our staff by reducing the pressure of providing around-the-clock care for women and children in crisis.

  • Special requirements: Sophomore or above (in second year of college after high school graduation). Spiritually and emotionally mature, able to work alongside women that have been abused and trafficked. Excellent for, but not limited to, women's studies, social work, sociology or psychiatry majors.
  • Team: 1 Female
  • Location: Sand Springs, OK
  • Amount you raise: $725 (total cost of project $970)

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Get to Your Peers - F2F

Mission Focus: Reaching & Training University Students

May 25 - July 26, 2017, Orientation May 19 - 21, 2017

Can you talk with Muslims? Do you want the gospel to reach everyone? What about the next generation of South Asians? Hit the streets meeting strangers, sharing the Light, and watching the Father work. Model for and train national believers 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. 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 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.

  • Special requirements: ***Must have passport or applied for one and paid the fee to expedite it by March 23, 2017.*** Severe, untreatable asthma is a great concern here.
  • Team: 1 Student
  • Location: South Asia
  • Amount you raise: $3800 (total cost of project $5875)

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Great Commission English Center

Mission Focus: Relationship Evangelism & ESL with University Students

May 22 - Aug. 10, 2017, Orientation May 19 - 21, 2017

English + you = the gospel. Use English as a bridge for building relationships with English language learners from all over this Southeast Asian country. You need to be ready, able, and EAGER to share the gospel in a country where the majority of the people are trapped in darkness. In our city of 5 million, there are people from all walks of life who are waiting to be your friends and hear about the Hope that's only found in Jesus. At the Center you will have a chance to hang out with university students and others who are interested in learning English. Relationships you make will be continued outside the Center in personal conversations over dinner, karaoke, games, or whatever your interests are. You need to be disciplined and self-motivated to complete this important task. Other ministries may include English clubs, Bible studies, work with street kids, prison ministry, and deaf ministry. You may also help at a safe house for exploited women and children. Use your native language to reach the nations for the kingdom! UPDATED JOB DESCRIPTION: Due to finances, we will be closing the Center. The focus of ministry will not change. You will no longer have set hours in the Center. We are changing to a more "fluid" English Center where we will do a lot of online chats, meetings at the guest house and gatherings at public venues. You will still pursue relationships with college students, same as before, but you will just be in various locations. Therefore, you will need to be very self- motivated. Also, we could really use some guys. We have a lot of young men coming to the Center, and only girls witness to them, which is not appropriate in this culture.

  • Special requirements: ***Must have passport or applied for one and paid the fee to expedite it by March 23, 2017.*** Be in good physical condition. Supervisor must know of any pre-existing physical conditions. Must be very self-motivated.
  • Team: 1 Student
  • Location: Southeast Asia
  • Amount you raise: $3100 (total cost of project $4200)

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Love Life

Mission Focus: Pregnant Women in Crisis, Health, Counseling

May 22 - Aug. 12, 2017, Orientation May 19 - 21, 2017

The Living Vine is a Christian home for pregnant women in crisis. Many residents have backgrounds of abuse, neglect and loss. Our program is designed to give residents the opportunity to know the Lord, learn His Word and receive His healing as they wait for the birth of their child. You will serve alongside full-time staff to love & teach our residents. In addition, we have a thrift store that is shopped by upper, middle and lower income communities. You will help serve the clients through service, love, prayers and offering the salvation of Christ. This is an excellent training ground to learn to see those ""at risk"" in our culture and how to respond in a way that can be received and trusted. If you want hands-on ministry, the Vine is a great place for you!

  • Special requirements: Must be 21 by May 15, 2017. Spiritually mature (not a new believer), adaptable, teachable, flexible, friendly, responsible work ethic, confident, physically/emotionally healthy, open to loving challenging, pregnant people.
  • Team: 2 Females
  • Location: Savannah, GA
  • Amount you raise: $1000 (total cost of project $1375)

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Metro Family Ministries

Mission Focus: MultiEthnic Urban Ministries

June 2 - Aug. 13, 2017

We are a multiethnic congregation located in a lower income area. Our church is diverse with people from all socioeconomic backgrounds. This project is designed to give you, the urban transformation missionary, an opportunity to work in multiple areas of urban missions including children and youth summer activities; local community center; evangelistic outreach; and the basics of pastoral ministry. In addition, you will participate in summer activities like pre-teen camp, youth camp, VBS, cross-cultural evangelism and local social justice ministries. You will also go on a mission trip to the valley of South Texas to work in one of the poorest colonias in the state. You will need to be able to work with people of different cultures as we have church members from Central and South America and Africa. You will spend quality time each week with one of six staff ministers and the senior pastor in order to experience various aspects of urban missions. The goal is to explore the adventure of urban missions and the exciting ways God is transforming an established church to have a high impact in the community for Christ.

  • Special requirements: Must have car to take to field; gas money will be provided. Helpful but not required: Spanish; from Dallas area or goes to school in area so that continued mentoring could take place during school year.
  • Team: 1 Student
  • Location: Garland, TX
  • Amount you raise: $650 (total cost of project $870)

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New to the Neighborhood

Mission Focus: Multi-Racial Youth & Children, Urban Studies

June 1 - Aug. 1, 2017, Orientation May 19 - 21, 2017

Transcend Church moved to a new part of town in August 2015, and we are getting to know our neighborhood. We are now located in the poorest part of town and our neighbors are hungry - both physically and for the hope that Jesus brings. You will help us get to know our new neighbors by assisting with events like block party, VBS, basketball camp, etc. As you get to know the people, you will help us learn how to better minister to our new neighborhood as we strive to be a multi-racial church, inclusive of all of our neighbors. There are many children in the area, so a love for working with children and youth would be a great skill to have. There are no shortages of opportunities to be creative in reaching our neighbors with the gospel! Harrisburg desperately needs Jesus, and you can be part of the exciting work that God is doing here.

  • Special requirements: None.
  • Team: 1 Student
  • Location: Harrisburg, PA
  • Amount you raise: $1500 (total cost of project $2300)

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One Life-One Brothel

Mission Focus: Trafficked Victims, Barista, Bakery, & Business

May 22 - July 22, 2017, Orientation May 19 - 21, 2017

You are joining our team to work at a bakery that specifically reaches out to the commercially exploited 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, will assist with brothel visits. The bakery also works to reach out to those in the local community, specifically college students and young professionals. You will take part in leading English corners, book clubs, and throwing parties for those in the city at our bakery. 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 and paid the fee to expedite it by March 23, 2017.*** 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: 3 Students
  • Location: East Asia
  • Amount you raise: $3700 (total cost of project $5750)

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Parachute Project

Mission Focus: Missional Living in Urban Setting

May 25 - July 28, 2017, Orientation May 19 - 21, 2017

The Parachute Project is an urban immersion experience that encourages missional life in one of the most secular, beautiful, amazing cities in America. You will learn to live in community with the purpose of building friendships in which you can maximize your interests and gifts to introduce people to Jesus. You may be the first Christian some of your friends may have ever met. We are looking for flexible, positive, teachable, adventurous missionaries, willing to share your faith and growing in maturity. You will learn a lot about Portlanders and yourself on this journey, but even more about God and His passion to see broken lives changed for eternity.

  • Special requirements: Sophomore or above (in second year of college after high school graduation). Half of team must be SFA Students.
  • Team: 1 Female, 1 Male
  • Location: Portland, OR
  • Amount you raise: $2300 (total cost of project $3550)

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Recreation Team for Kid's Camp

Mission Focus: Sports, Recreation, Children

June 5 - Aug. 12, 2017, Orientation May 19 - 21, 2017

Our desire is to see lives changed through the message of the gospel and the power of the Holy Spirit. Sport camps are the avenue we will use to get the gospel message out. Crossroads Church of Long Island will host eight weeks of kid's camps during the summer. The camps are for children, first through sixth grade and are held Monday-Thursday each week. As a member of the recreation team, you will plan and supervise recreation activities for each week of camp. You will need to have knowledge 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. You will have the responsibility to help prepare our facilities to host mission teams each week. You also need to display a love for God and for reaching people in a mission field context.

  • Special requirements: Ability to lead outdoor and indoor games. Helpful but not required: Spanish.
  • Team: 1 Student
  • Location: East Islip, NY
  • Amount you raise: $2050 (total cost of project $3150)

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Restorative Justice Chaplain Intern

Mission Focus: Prison Ministry & Youth Ministry, Criminal Justice, Chaplaincy

June 1 - July 31, 2017, Orientation May 19 - 21, 2017

"“I was in prison and you came to visit me …” Matthew 25:36. Will you be the one to make that visit? As an intern, your primary responsibility is to help the inmates and staff at the prison discover, develop and duplicate their faith in Jesus Christ. As an intern, you will work alongside and be mentored by a correctional chaplain. You will assist with worship opportunities, religious education programs, evangelistic visitation, music program and a variety of personal counseling needs complying with all applicable rules, policies, and procedures related to security. Our internship program is designed to expose a qualified person to the professional chaplaincy ministry within the correctional environment in order to assist them with making a career decision. You will also attend and participate in the youth and college ministry at First Baptist Church where you will have the opportunity to preach and share your testimony; teach youth and college Sunday school; participate in youth and college outreach programs and special music concerts, seminars, and workshops. This is a unique opportunity to invest in both inmates and young people.

  • Special requirements: Spiritually mature, willing to share faith. Excellent opportunity for criminal justice majors or those considering the chaplaincy.
  • Team: 1 Male
  • Location: Bratt, FL
  • Amount you raise: $775 (total cost of project $1025)

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ROCK Creative Arts Team

Mission Focus: Music & Dance Performance, Sound Tech, Tourist Outreach

May 26 - Aug. 2, 2017, Orientation May 19 - 21, 2017

The whole world is coming to our doorstep! Join our performance team as we reach out to the 66 million visitors that come to our area annually. This will be an intense and culturally diverse ministry experience. You will be part of our ROCK Ministries Creative Arts Team, using music, puppets and dance. The creative arts team will be performing several times a week in tourist areas. The goal of the performance is to gather a crowd in order to share the gospel afterwards using one-on-one evangelism. You will also conduct Kid's Clubs at hotel pools three times a week. Kid's Clubs are like a Backyard Bible Club/Daycamp with Bible stories, games in the pool and crafts. The children will be from all over the world. You will also travel to different churches to provide a worship service and to challenge the churches to be involved in missions. You will have the opportunity to be involved in other mission projects with ROCK Ministries. You will watch God work through you and your fellow teammates. You will be stretched out of your comfort zone, and you will learn to live out and share your faith.

  • Special requirements: Will include additional interview with supervisor to evaluate experience. Helpful but not required: Speak another language. Performance Team: Musically talented with experience in solos/ensembles in singing and/or dancing. Other performance skills that are beneficial: puppets, mime, juggling, drama, etc. Audition video required. Send to gonowmissions@texasbaptists.org. Sound Tech: Training and previous experience running sound.
  • Team: 1 Male, 1 Student (Sound Tech)
  • Location: Orlando, FL
  • Amount you raise: $900 (total cost of project $1200)

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Summer Activities Intern

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

May 29 - Aug. 5, 2017, Orientation May 19 - 21, 2017

You will be responsible for helping to implement activities for children ages birth to 18 years old, as well as help care for children in 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. We are looking for a student who is fun-loving, energetic, able to organize games and crafts, and willing to serve at-risk children. Lifeguard certification would be a great asset but not required. You will also assist the Director of Student Ministries in hosting mission teams to STCHM. It requires flexibility and initiative to engage in relationships with children and a willingness to share Christ with others through discipleship. 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: None. Helpful but not required: Lifeguard certificate.
  • Team: 1 Male
  • Location: Beeville, TX
  • Amount you raise: $650 (total cost of project $925)

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Tip of the Spear - NT

Mission Focus: Gospel Seed Sowing as Tourists

June 1 - Aug. 4, 2017, Orientation May 19 - 21, 2017

Go into a new area to build relationships and give a verbal witness while demonstrating a life witness of the gospel of Jesus Christ. Gather data for long-term personnel and their partners. Be a bringer of light this summer! Your team will work a new region that has very little opportunity to hear the gospel. This country is less than 1% evangelical Christians. There are large areas and communities without a credible gospel witness. You will travel as tourists seeking to understand the culture and enjoy the natural beauty. You will operate very independently from long-term personnel, so you need to be a confident self-starter. Your first stop will be a joint orientation with other Nehemiah Teams.

  • Special requirements: ***Must have passport or applied for one and paid the fee to expedite it by March 23, 2017.*** Sophomore or above (in second year of college after high school graduation). Confident, mature believer who is a self-starter and able to work independently.
  • Team: 1 Male
  • Location: Southeast Asia
  • Amount you raise: $3250 (total cost of project $4660)

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Transforming City Mission

Mission Focus: Meet Physical & Spiritual Needs in Urban Setting

May 22 - Aug. 5, 2017, Orientation May 19 - 21, 2017

Can a city be transformed by the love of Christ? We believe it can by taking “church to the people,” and we need your help to do just that! You will help with every day mission activities, including the administration of food, clothes, household items, and furniture, plus other related tasks. You will also help to make disciples of children and youth in apartment ministry Bible studies, including, but not limited to, Rainbow Express, Summer programs, after-school activities, summer camps, and more. As you serve, you will have the opportunity to share Christ verbally and to model Christ with your day-to-day life with unchurched and unsaved people on a regular basis. Come help us transform our city. You will be transformed, too, as you serve.

  • Special requirements: None.
  • Team: 2 Students
  • Location: Arlington, TX
  • Amount you raise: $650 (total cost of project $870)

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Transforming Youth through Discipleship and Sports - NT

Mission Focus: Youth, Sports, Bible Studies

June 1 - Aug. 4, 2017, Orientation May 19 - 21, 2017

You have an opportunity to transform the largest and most educated population of Zambia, the youth, through sports. As you interact through sports, you will evangelize and make disciples by teaching groups of youth at home and at school. You will teach Bible lessons at high schools and possibly teach them new sports/games. You will also be able to engage the youth in town as they move up and down the streets and gather at soccer fields. The youth of Zambia are eager to learn more sports, games, and truth of the Bible. Zambia is widely deceived about the truth of Christianity, and your ministry can help turn the tide by making solid followers of Jesus among the youth. Your first stop will be a joint orientation with other Nehemiah Teams.

  • Special requirements: ***Must have passport or applied for one and paid the fee to expedite it by March 23, 2017.*** Physically fit for athletic sports and able to walk long distances. Ability to teach sports and games.
  • Team: 1 Male
  • Location: Zambia
  • Amount you raise: $3700 (total cost of project $5300)

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Urban Transformation

Mission Focus: Cross-Cultural Urban Missions, Social Justice

June 2 - Aug. 13, 2017, Orientation May 19 - 21, 2017

Are you contemplating a calling to urban ministry, or just want to help transform a neighborhood? This is a great place to learn and to invest in others. The pastor will mentor you in urban ministry as you get hands-on experience. Our ministry is a multiethnic ministry - the primary ethnic groups are Latino, Vietnamese, Anglo, and African American. As the urban mission intern you will assist in new multiethnic church plants; coordinate mission teams working on projects; and coordinate and facilitate an urban children's and student ministry. You will be working with a church plant in a multi-housing complex and with ministries in a community/mission center called the ROC.

  • Special requirements: Must have car to take to field; gas money will be provided. Helpful but not required: Bilingual; open to exploring a call to urban ministry either as a pastor or staff minister.
  • Team: 1-2 Students
  • Location: Dallas, TX
  • Amount you raise: $650 (total cost of project $870)

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Walk with the People of Far Village - NT

Mission Focus: Bible Storying & Living in Village

June 1 - Aug. 4, 2017, Orientation May 19 - 21, 2017

The people of Far Village are very warm and hospitable. They have heard several stories and are asking very thought-provoking questions about the Bible, but there are no believers in the village yet. Come and do life-on-life with them. Our team is short-handed. People are eagerly waiting to hear and learn about God, but no one is here to teach them. Your primary job will be to live in Far Village and share stories with those who are open to listening and who are interested. You will accomplish this goal through using two story sets completed in the heart language of the people. These stories are recorded, and you will play them then ask a series of questions. Our national partners will work together with you to further spread the message and disciple new believers in Far Village and this area. You will be doing life-on-life in the village with the people, which in itself speaks volumes to them. In the village, you will experience getting water from a well, taking bucket baths, living without electricity, using a latrine, sleeping in a tent, and hearing the many sounds of the village at night.

  • Special requirements: ***Must have passport or applied for one and paid the fee to expedite it by March 23, 2017.*** Sophomore or above (in second year of college after high school graduation). Good health is a must! If you have ongoing medical needs or counseling needs related to depression, anxiety, PTSD or sexual abuse, you should not consider applying for this position as resources for these needs are not available. Must provide own tent and camping equipment at own expense.
  • Team: 1 Female
  • Location: Mali
  • Amount you raise: $3300 (total cost of project $4400)

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Impact Teams

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Bridge the Globe Cultural Exchange

Mission Focus: Cross-Culture Exchange, Relationship Evangelism

June 7 - June 19, 2017, Orientation May 19 - 21, 2017

A cultural exchange with a divine purpose! Come learn about Islam and Arab culture in our Middle Eastern mega city. Study Arabic. Meet people. Experience amazing things. Engage with students, and be ready to share a reason for the hope within you! Being here as part of a cultural exchange program will afford you incredible opportunities. You'll spend ten days in one of the busiest cities on earth! As a participant in our program, you will attend seminars about the local culture/history/religion, learn basic Arabic from a local helper, and spend time paired with a local host who will give you memorable experiences with their culture. Friendliness, flexibility, a learner's spirit and passion for the Son are four key characteristics we are looking for. You should be comfortable talking about your relationship with the Son and presenting a basic gospel message. Your coming will encourage long-term workers and strengthen their presence in the country. You will be impacted deeply, and you will impact the people here also. You will leave here with a richer understanding of the culture and people. Join us in our city, and you will experience things that you can experience nowhere else. You'll plant seeds that we pray will bear fruit for eternity!

  • Special requirements: ***Must have passport or applied for one and paid the fee to expedite it by March 23, 2017.***
  • Team: 2 Students (same gender)
  • Location: North Africa
  • Amount you raise: $2070 (total cost of project $2800)

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Cultural Festival Outreach

Mission Focus: Music, Arts, Sports, Cross Cultural Evangelism

July 22 - Aug. 14, 2017, Orientation May 19 - 21, 2017

The National Eisteddfod is the most important annual Welsh cultural event, drawing 150,000+ visitors. There is a special area with events designed specifically for young people (16-30 years old). This includes concerts of various genres and other parties and events. The young people stay in a field in tents (camping) during the week of the festival. The atmosphere is very much like a rock music festival (a bit of a Woodstock feel), where "sex, drugs, and rock 'n' roll" are the norm. Your team will actually stay in tents in the area and attempt to befriend your peers. Additionally, you will assist Welsh-speaking evangelicals with their various ministries to the young people. The assignment will begin with orientation/training, followed by two weeks of super intensive Welsh language instruction. This team is for mature students who interact well with not-yet-believers and embrace missional lifestyles and approaches. It is NOT for the squeamish or easily offended - on one side of the tent where you are staying, Welsh young people will be smoking marijuana, and on the other side having sex in their tents. You will be salt & light in the middle of serious spiritual darkness. Again, NOT for the faint of heart.

  • Special requirements: ***Must have passport or applied for one and paid the fee to expedite it by March 23, 2017.*** Sophomore or above (in second year of college after high school graduation). Spiritually mature students only; not afraid to interact naturally and constructively with non-believers in unconventional ways in a post-Christian context. Should be outgoing, self-starters, able to initiate conversations and build relationships. Servant attitude. Good physical condition, as there will be lots of walking and long hours. Helpful but not required: Background in music, art, literature, or sports.
  • Team: 1 Male
  • Location: Wales
  • Amount you raise: $3050 (total cost of project $4050)

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Disaster Relief and Recovery Team

Mission Focus: Construction, Clean Up, Civil Engineering

June 11 - June 24, 2017, Orientation May 19 - 21, 2017

When the news coverage quits, what happens to those hit by disasters? They are left in need of a great deal of help and hope to recover their homes and lives. You can be part of meeting those needs. Your team will work with Texas Baptists Disaster Recovery staff and Texas Baptist Men staff to do disaster recovery and relief work in Houston and Southeast Texas. The team could also serve wherever Texas Baptist Men are currently serving at that time, in Texas or another state. You will learn to repair/rebuild homes along with mud out and debris removal, while bringing hope to those who have lost so much. You will also learn all about the work of both volunteer agencies and how they assist people affected by disasters. Be there…after the news cameras leave.

  • Special requirements: Must be willing to work hard. Construction skills or engineering would be great, but anyone who is willing to work hard would be appreciated. Mature students. Helpful but not required: Spanish speakers
  • Team: 2 Students, 1 Adult Coordinator
  • Location: Houston, TX
  • Amount you raise: $300 (total cost of project $500)

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Growing Global Christians

Mission Focus: Cross-Cultural Evangelism & ESL

June 2 - August 5, 2017, Orientation May 19 - 21, 2017

Share the gospel with people who are interested in American culture and language, with the goal of growing up global Christians. You will be partnered with Korean university students to experience God's work beyond the barriers of culture and language. This will build up the relationship between Americans and Koreans in Jesus' love. Your goal will be to share the gospel with people and help them join local churches. We need native English speakers; this will help draw more Koreans to your team as they will want to practice their English with you. You will use this opportunity to turn the conversation to Christ! If you play any instrument, particularly the guitar or piano, that would be very helpful as well! You will have a multicultural orientation when you arrive to help you prepare for this outreach. You will also have a debriefing retreat to share all that God has done through the team and in each of you. We hope that you too can grow spiritually as a global Christian. Would you like to learn how we do missions in dynamic Korea? Apply now!

  • Special requirements: Must have passport or applied for one by Feb. 10, 2017. Must be native English speakers. Helpful but not required: Play guitar, piano or other instrument.
  • Team: 1 Student
  • Location: South Korea
  • Amount you raise: $1775 (total cost of project $2220)

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Maximum Impact

Mission Focus: Meet Physical & Spiritual Needs, Social Work

5/21/17- 6/18/17 OR 7/2/17- 7/16/17 OR 5/21/17- 6/18/17 OR 7/2/17- 7/30/17. Orientation: 5/19-21/17

Make a maximum impact in a short amount of time to help a city in desperate need of a gospel witness! You will help with everyday mission activities, including the administration of food, clothes, household items, and furniture, plus other related tasks. You will also help to make disciples with children and youth in apartment ministry Bible studies, including, but not limited to, Rainbow Express, summer programs, after school activities, summer camps, and more. As you serve, you will have the opportunity to share Christ verbally and to model Christ with your day-to day life with unchurched and unsaved people on a regular basis. Come help us transform our city. You will be transformed, too, as you serve.

  • Special requirements: None.
  • Team: 1 Student
  • Location: Arlington, TX
  • Amount you raise: $300 (total cost of project $500)

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One Slum Project

Mission Focus: Gospel Seed Sowing, Meet Physical Needs

May 27 - June 15, 2017, Orientation May 19 - 21, 2017

Change one slum village at a time. Meet basic physical, educational and spiritual needs. See multiple reproducing churches planted. Be a strategic frontliner. Share the gospel! All over the city are people who have never heard about Jesus. After these people of peace put their faith in Christ, you will lead them through basic discipleship lessons. Strengthen local ministry! Train and teach believers how to share the gospel. Creatively look for new areas to engage with the gospel! This part of the job includes prayer walking a new area, looking for community entry opportunities and telling stories from the Bible. You can make a difference. The work is hard. The reward is greater.

  • Special requirements: ***Must have passport or applied for one and paid the fee to expedite it by March 23, 2017.*** Good health; able to do lots of walking, standing and stair climbing. If you have severe asthma and adverse reaction to crowds, please do not apply for this position.
  • Team: 1 Male
  • Location: South Asia
  • Amount you raise: $2600 (total cost of project $3495)

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Salmon Frenzy

Mission Focus: Servant Leadership, Support Team

July 5 - Aug. 5, 2017, Orientation May 19 - 21, 2017

Our vision is to Meet Needs...Break Down Walls...Share the Gospel. We want to bring Alaskans from apathy to curiosity about Christ. We do this by serving them during the dip-netting season, when residents gather to catch their fish for the winter. You will be the support team for the work, arriving early to set up for and host 150 mission volunteers per week for 3 weeks. You will do lots of manual labor behind the scenes to make it all happen as well as give leadership to the assigned ministry areas on the beach. The goal of this particular ministry opportunity is to melt agnostic hostility toward Christianity and the gospel; to affect “climate change” – to make a secular environment more family friendly, and to expose the far northerner to the irresistible Savior. Though they are typically skittish regarding religion, our serving them over and over melts through their stereotypes of Christians. We hope to have opportunities to have AUTHENTIC conversations with Alaskans who are noticing the difference on the beach.

  • Special requirements: Creative, fluid, extrovert, physically fit, driven, self-starter, hardworking, hospitable, approachable, responsive to change, enjoys outdoors, sensitive, alert, and prepared to share the gospel.
  • Team: 1 Student
  • Location: Anchorage, AK
  • Amount you raise: $2060 (total cost of project $2750)

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Chai-ing for the Lost- Hands On

Mission Focus: Unreached Women, Gospel Sharing, Hospitality

July 4 - Dec. 15, 2017 OR July 4, 2017 - June 22, 2018, Orientation May 19 - 21, 2017

Millions of women COMPLETELY UNREACHED - are you willing to do something about it? Go and make an eternal impact through evangelism, discipleship, and training. They will not know unless someone tells! Be the first gospel presence in the lives of women scattered throughout this megacity and unreached state. With a population of over 38 U.S. states combined shoved into an area twice the size of Georgia, this is a place bursting at the seams with lost women. Your mission will be to engage women you meet with the gospel. They are scattered in shops, markets, slums, alleyways and distant villages. You WILL share the gospel with many women who have NEVER heard. You will also seek out and identify believing women to disciple and train to be doers of the word and be disciple makers. This job is not for the faint of heart – you will get experience working within this megacity and in distant villages. You will have to be a self-starter. If you are willing to be stretched outside your comfort zone, wanting to make disciples and be greatly used by God to make an eternal impact, then this job is for you.

  • Special requirements: ***Must have passport or applied for one and paid the fee to expedite it by March 23, 2017.*** Sophomore or above (in second year of college after high school graduation). Must be a member of a Baptist church. Able to stand and walk much of the day. Severe allergies or history of severe medical conditions must be approved by field. Severe, untreated asthma is a great concern here.
  • Team: 1 Female
  • Location: South Asia
  • Amount you raise: $3950 (total cost of project $7250)

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Church Ministry Intern

Mission Focus: Worship Leading, Children, Youth, Sound Tech, Business Administration

TBA - May 27-Dec. 15, 2017

The Gathering began as a Bible study in our Senior Pastor's house. In just over two years, we now have Sunday services with over 220 people in a rented warehouse! We are looking for a student who wants to gain ministry experience through serving at a thriving church plant. Our internship seeks to provide you with the opportunity to integrate classroom input with field experience. We hope to expose you to all forms of ministry and all facets of a local church while providing in-depth discipleship. Our church is new but growing rapidly, and the opportunities to serve are abounding. We are looking for interns with specific skills/interests in the following areas: children's/youth ministry, worship leading/sound and tech, and organization and administration. Our church exists to bring glory to God through lives changed by the gospel of Jesus Christ. We have simple worship, passionate prayer, and strong teaching. If you are looking for a wealth of experience to add to your resume, this is the internship for you!

  • Special requirements: Must have passport or applied for one by Feb. 10, 2017. Skills in some or all of the following: worship leading through singing or guitar; sound/tech; ability to teach the Bible to youth/children; moderate level of administrative skills. Flexibility and adaptability, as our ministry is ever-changing.
  • Team: 1 Student
  • Location: Canada
  • Amount you raise: $3150 (total cost of project $4225)

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H.A.T. - Harvest Team

Mission Focus: Immigrants, Meeting Physical & Spiritual Needs

Aug. 25 - Dec. 8, 2017, Orientation May 19 - 21, 2017

Did you know that you can reach the ends of the earth by engaging the least reached people groups from around the world that have immigrated here? The focus of our project is on immigrants who come from countries in South Asia and are primarily Hindu, Muslim, or Buddhist. As part of the Global Gates Harvest Austin Team (H.A.T.), you will be part of building relational bridges for the gospel by living near these immigrant peoples, shopping where they shop, and sharing the gospel story. You will connect with Friendship International projects and other church-based international ministries to get to know immigrant families. You will look for those who have a desire to know God and who will read the Bible and pray together. Our desire is to start house churches within each person's "oikos," to the extent possible. We are looking for young men or women who love God and spend time with Him daily. You should be willing to learn to talk about your faith with people of other religions, telling why your faith in Jesus Christ is central to your life and will be good for others as well. Any experience that you may have had in European or non-western nations may be helpful in your efforts to build bridges. You need to be ready to experience and enjoy foods from other countries. Come help us reach the unreached that have moved to our own backyard!

  • Special requirements: Must have spent time with internationals and/or immigrants. Have a commitment to personal discipleship as well as comfort in prayer and worship. Prefer those with experience in sharing faith effectively with internationals, especially Muslims and/or Hindus.
  • Team: 2 Students
  • Location: Austin, TX
  • Amount you raise: $3100 (total cost of project $4800)

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Love for the Nations

Mission Focus: Internationals, Refugee Relief, Interfaith Evangelism

August 7, 2017 - December 15, 2017. Orientation May 19-21, 2017.

Do you want to reach the nations for Christ? Join us as we share God's love with Hindus, Muslims, and Buddhists. As a Global Gates team, we will carefully examine, naturally encounter, and intentionally engage internationals. As part of our team, you will be ministering to a variety of refugees from several different religions, backgrounds, cultures, and countries. Together we will be sharing the Good News and discipling, for both short-term and long-term work that God would have us join Him in. God has brought many refugees to many apartment complexes in the Dallas-Fort Worth area. Our week will consist of visiting Afghan, Congolese, Iraqi, Iranian, Burmese, Sudanese, Somalian, Indian, and possibly other people groups; setting up an international cafe each week; helping with ESL; helping to organize outreach to the local communities of refugees with block parties; Bible studies; prayer times; VBS; etc. We hope to reach each person with the Good News.

  • Special requirements: Sophomore or above (in second year of college after high school graduation). Have a love for the Lord and a love for the nations. Flexible, with the attitude of Christ. Helpful but not required: Any languages such as Arabic, Hindi, Burmese, etc.
  • Team: 2 Students
  • Location: Ft. Worth, TX
  • Amount you raise: $3150

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Northwest CMI

Mission Focus: University Students, Evangelism, Discipleship

Sept. 10, 2017 - June 15, 2018

We are looking for those who will invest in the lives of NW college students either serving on the Portland metro team engaging in urban collegiate ministry at PSU and one of the many community colleges, or as a CMI at Oregon State University with an existing collegiate minister. You will be investing your time doing outreach/evangelism activities and discipling students on your campus. Portland Metro Team: You will spend one or two days a week at PSU and the other three or four days a week at one of our many community colleges developing a collegiate ministry program on a campus where we haven't had a presence in many years. You will engage non-believing students, disciple believing students, and impact a culture. Oregon State University CMI: You will work with a campus minister building strong community, sharing the gospel, discipling students and shaping the program on campus to be increasingly relevant to students on the campus.

  • Special requirements: Junior or above (in third year of college after high school graduation). Prefer recent college graduate. Must have experience in leadership role with BSM or church collegiate ministry. Flexible, positive, teachable, adventurous, willing to share your faith, growing in maturity, and a leader.
  • Team: 1 Student
  • Location: Portland, OR
  • Amount you raise: Amount You Raise: $4400 (total cost of project $11,000)

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Resolved4Provo Semester - CMI

Mission Focus: University Students, Mentoring, Faith Dialogue

Aug. 19 - Dec. 8, 2017, Orientation May 19 - 21, 2017

Come be light to fellow college students in a city of 520,000 and a university of 30,000 students, all in need of an authentic witness. Work with Resolved4Provo church plant and college ministry, specifically in the areas of evangelism, discipleship, prayer walking, community outreach, event planning and implementation. You will be involved in weekly church gatherings and campus Bible studies, as well as weekly gender-specific discipleship/accountability groups led by church planters. This is a difficult setting for ministry. Do not let the “hard” turn you away; let it motivate you to come!

  • Special requirements: Sophomore or above (in second year of college after high school graduation). Mentally and spiritually mature. Able to easily adapt to dry climate, high elevation, and do lots of walking or bike riding.
  • Team: 2 Males
  • Location: Provo, UT
  • Amount you raise: $2500 (total cost of project $3350)

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Team Coordinators

Mission Focus: Lead Teams, University Students, ESL, Business

Aug. 28, 2017 - July 28, 2018, Orientation May 19 - 21, 2017

Do you want to be part of a team reaching an unreached people group? Then come join us as a Team Coordinator. You will support the “H” Team through ministry to college/high school students, handling logistics for all visiting teams, providing on-the-ground leadership for visiting teams, and serving the other members of the team as is necessary and appropriate. You will live on campus at a local university where you will be studying language. You will also be developing relationships with college/high school students, learning basic language skills, learning to navigate travel routes, leading a basic Bible study to teach new believers the fundamentals of faith and preparing and teaching English lessons to students of various ages. Preparing for visiting teams will include communicating with teams before they arrive, creating budgets, assisting with visas, and guiding teams while they are on the ground.

  • Special requirements: Must have passport or applied for one by Feb. 10, 2017. Sophomore or above (in second year of college after high school graduation). Need student who is willing to learn, committed to overcoming obstacles to finish tasks, flexible, able to manage personal expenses and team’s expenses, able to create and edit spreadsheets and has a servant’s heart.
  • Team: 2 Students
  • Location: East Asia
  • Amount you raise: $7500 (total cost of project $11,700)

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Texas Campus Missionary Intern

Mission Focus: Texas University Students

July 24, 2017 - May 11, 2018, Orientation July 24-27, 2017

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 orienation. You will go to CMI interviews and orientation.

  • Special requirements: Recent college graduate (graduate by July ’17) 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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Texas CMC3

Mission Focus: Texas University Students

July 24, 2017 - May 11, 2018, Orientation July 24-27, 2017

Spend a year as a part of a team of Campus Missionary Interns engaging students on community college campuses in the major cities in Texas (Dallas and Houston) with the message of the gospel. As a team, you will engage in training, mentoring and supporting each other’s ministry. Each team member will focus on one of the campuses in the city with the greatest need (no existing BSM or a brand new BSM). Campus Missionary Interns will be heavily involved in evangelism and discipleship through coaching students, prayer walking, servant evangelism, luncheons, and small groups. This position for ministry will allow a person to use his/her gifts and to be challenged to go beyond his/her comfort zone to reach 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 ’17) that has been involved in BSM and/or church leadership and ministry. Must be member of a Baptist church. This project is well suited for self-starters with lots of initiative. Giftedness similar to that required for a church planter. Preference will be given to campus missionary interns who have already completed at least one semester of service. Complete CMI APPLICATION; find link on CMI tab.
  • Team: 2-4 Students in Each City
  • Location: Metro cities in Texas (Dallas and Houston)
  • Amount you raise: Amount You Raise: $3300 (total cost of project $9500)

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