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Christmas Break

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Children's Ministry in a Resort Area

Mission Focus: Children's Ministry

Service Dates: Jan. 2, 2019 - June 8, 2019, Orientation before departure
Application Deadline: Sept. 27, 2018

Lake Tahoe has 12 million people visit each year. 85% of those who live and visit Tahoe do not know Jesus. You will minister in our A+ School Age Before and After School Ministry, A+ Preschool Ministry, My Morning Out, and Parents’ Night Out. This is primarily a children’s ministry position. We teach children 2.5-12 years of age. You will be teaching Bible studies, teaching children to pray, memorize scripture, and help children complete their homework. Each outreach ministry has the goal of helping children and their parents come to know Jesus Christ. You will have the opportunity (optional) to serve in our ski ministry outreach at 7 different ski areas. Students will lead worship on the mountain. We will teach you to ski and provide the equipment, training, and devotional materials. 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: Must be a 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, need to have completed with a passing grade 12 hours in any combination of the following types of classes: (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. 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: 1 Female
  • Location: Tahoe City, CA
  • Amount you raise: $1200 (total cost of project $1500)

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Family Mentor

Mission Focus: Impoverished Women & Children

Service Dates: Jan. 14, 2019 - May 15, 2019, Orientation Jan. 10 - 11, 2019
Application Deadline: Sept. 27, 2018

Come join Samaritan House Ministries, a shelter for women and children. As the Family Mentor, you will work alongside full time permanent staff as they serve women and children experiencing homelessness. You will need to be able to work with a diverse group of people. You will assist with the daily routine in the home, working toward goals that will ultimately enable families to become self-sufficient, engaging children in activities that will help them through the transition of being homeless and be a Christ-like example for those being served.

  • Special requirements: Must be a sophomore or above (in second year of college after high school graduation). Must be a team player with a calm disposition. Majors that would be beneficial: human services, child development, psychology, religion, education, or family studies. Helpful to have people skills and the ability to work with a diverse group of individuals.
  • Team: 2 Females
  • Location: Jefferson City, TN
  • Amount you raise: $1280 (total cost of project $1600)

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Forgotten Fifty

Mission Focus: University Students

Service Dates: Jan. 13, 2019 - Dec. 16, 2019 OR Jan. 13, 2019 - June 2019, Orientation Jan. 10 - 11, 2019
Application Deadline: Sept. 27, 2018

The Forgotten Fifty are the 50 least reached campuses in North America. Come help us reach two of the Forgotten Fifty. Movement Church in Abbotsford, BC is a church plant, aimed at reaching the University of the Fraser Valley (15,000+ Students), which is a suburb of Vancouver, BC, Canada. You are being invited to join this church planting team, and focus your efforts on gathering students and the community around the UFV to form a new church. Specifically, we are looking for young adults who love Jesus, will sacrificially love others in our community and share Christ with UFV students. We use a variety of evangelism tools including the Alpha Film Series, Perspectives, and Soularium. Gifts in leading worship and/or media ministry would be a great bonus. You will serve in both campus ministry and church planting, with excellent supervision and support. In addition to focusing the majority of your time in Abbotsford, BC, this team will help us engage the 2 Forgotten 50 campuses located in British Columbia: Emily Carr Institute of Art in Vancouver, and Royal Roads University near Victoria.

  • Special requirements: Must have passport or have applied for one and expedited it by October 5, 2018. Must be a sophomore or above (in second year of college after high school graduation). Must be willing to mix it up with lost people but mature enough to handle questions and maintain your walk with God with integrity. Skills helpful: leading worship, meeting & discipling students, gathering people for worship. A level of comfort around other students and internationals is a must.
  • Team: 1 Female
  • Location: Canada
  • Amount you raise: Spring Semester Only $4200 (total cost of project $7600) Spring & Fall Semesters $8600 (total cost of project $15,600) Preference is for full year of service.

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MultiplyNYC Intern

Mission Focus: Multiethnic Urban Ministry

Service Dates: Jan. 13, 2019 - May 5, 2019, Orientation Jan. 10 - 11, 2019
Application Deadline: Sept. 27, 2018

New York City is one of the world's most diverse cities with 190 nations and over 100 UPG's represented and almost 900 spoken languages. It is also a city of extreme socioeconomic diversity with incomes ranging from just a few thousand dollars a year to millions of dollars a year. As a Multiply Intern partnered with an established church, church plant, or church plant team, you will be actively engaging the diverse neighborhood that your church or church plant team is working hard to serve and spread the good news in. You could be helping in anything from block parties, servant evangelism, VBS, ESL classes, bible studies, and discipleship. Your placement will be largely determined by both the gifts and the passions that God has given you. You must be able to handle some leadership responsibilities and be able to build relationships with people from any number of cultures or walks of life. You will be part of regular development days and mentoring with other interns that will help you in your personal walk as well as gain a better understanding of the work in NYC. If you are ready to see the nations gathered together in one place and be the hands, feet, and mouthpiece of God, NEW YORK CITY IS FOR YOU!

  • Special requirements: Must be a sophomore or above (in second year of college after high school graduation). Able to climb six flights of stairs and walk several miles per day. Must be able to handle some leadership responsibilities and be able to build relationships with people from any number of cultures or walks of life. You must also be able to effectively and accurately communicate the gospel to this diversity of people. Ability to speak other languages is helpful but not necessary.
  • Team: 1 Student
  • Location: New York City, NY
  • Amount you raise: $3880 (total cost of project $5980)

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Hindu Hill Extreme Hikers- Hands On (UPDATED PROJECT)

Mission Focus: Frontline Gospel Sharing

Service Dates: Jan. 13, 2019 - June 21, 2019, Orientation Jan. 10 - 11, 2019
Application Deadline: Sept. 27, 2018

Are you willing to take the extreme path for the gospel? You will implement Hill Hindus team entry, evangelism and discipleship strategies among target populations. Time will also be spent locating local believers and equipping them to engage the lost in their area. Much of the work will involve traveling into focus districts and living near or among target populations to engage with the gospel. Teams will be directly involved with engaging and implementing church planting strategy amongst unreached places and peoples in the hills of this country.

  • Special requirements: Must have passport or have applied for one and expedited it by October 5, 2018. Must be a sophomore or above (in second year of college after high school graduation). Must be a member of a Baptist church. Able to do extensive walking and hiking; endure extreme cold, high altitudes, poor air quality, and rigorous activity. Provide at your own expense: Good trekking boots, down jacket, good rain jacket, layerable clothing, down sleeping bag, sleeping pad, good quality trekking water filter, good backpack.
  • Team: 2 Students (same gender)
  • Location: South Asia
  • Amount you raise: $3950 (total cost of project $5500)

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Urban Risk Takers

Mission Focus: Students, Trafficked Victims, Prisoners, Deaf

Service Dates: Jan. 13, 2019 - June 30, 2019, Orientation Jan. 10 - 11, 2019
Application Deadline: Sept. 27, 2018

Come join our team as we look for creative ways to engage people in an urban context of over 3 million people. We are currently reaching out to university students, young professionals, victims of human trafficking, prisoners, and the deaf. Using sports, business, English, music, art, etc., we connect with people from a variety of backgrounds in order to build relationships which leads to Gospel conversations. Each week there will be opportunities to explore the city looking for opportunities to engage with the local people as well as spend time hanging out in our English Community made up of students and young professionals who want to practice their English. You can also help us in our ministries to victims of human trafficking: we minister to children of prostitutes on a weekly basis and provide an employment center as an alternative to prostitution. Whatever you bring to the table, God can use you to reach our city! Location: Southeast Asia

  • Special requirements: Must have passport or have applied for one and expedited it by October 5, 2018. Must be a sophomore or above (in second year of college after high school graduation. People-oriented, self-starters, who are willing to use gifts and abilities.
  • Team: 2 Students
  • Location: Southeast Asia
  • Amount you raise: $4600 (total cost of project $7100)

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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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Camp & Community - NT

Mission Focus: Youth Camp Counselor

Service Dates: May 30 - Aug. 1, 2019, Orientation May 18 - 20, 2019
Application Deadline: Feb. 5, 2019
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 15 - 17, 2019

Spend the summer as a camp counselor making a lasting impact in the lives of campers. Teach a craft or sport, perform a crazy skit, share devotions & simply be a friend to this group of international campers. Some come from Christian backgrounds and others hear about Jesus for the first time during camp. Meet each child where they are & point them to Jesus. Your first stop will be a joint orientation with other Nehemiah Teams, learning the skills needed to carry out your assignment before you depart for the summer. Following your ministry time, you will return to the US for a joint debrief, sharing all God has done over the summer.

  • Special requirements: Must have passport or have applied for one by Feb. 8, 2019. Must be able to walk extensively. Field supervisor should be made aware of any pre-existing conditions that could be affected by local food, environment or physical demands of the assignment.
  • Team: 4 Students
  • Location: Kenya
  • Amount you raise: $4000 (total cost of project $6200)

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Church Planting Evangelist Catalysts

Mission Focus: Urban Ethnic and Rural Church Planting

Service Dates: June 1 - July 31, 2019, Orientation May 18 - 20, 2019
Application Deadline: Feb. 5, 2019
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 15 - 17, 2019

You will be part of a traveling church planting team. Locations may be the celestial green woodlands of northern Michigan or the ethnic mosaic of Grand Rapids. Leverage your personal experiences, skills, and gifts reaching out to people in a community where a new church plant is growing in its early months or years. You will serve at the church planters direction focusing on unreached people in the community, modeling lifestyle evangelism and discipleship by partnering with members of the new church plant. Your strengths will be matched with communities in which we have new church plants. If you are considering church planting as an option for your life, there will be no better experience in which to test that calling. We are seeing a movement of God in this state like never before. From new churches in suburban locations growing from 40 to over 400 in less than 3 years and church planters serving heroically in small towns and in rural communities. Come join the harvest taking place in Michigan!

  • Special requirements: Must be a Sophomore or above (in second year of college after high school graduation). Bold students who connect with others in meaningful relationships. Languages helpful but not required: Spanish, Arabic, Chinese, Korean, and Japanese.
  • Team: 4 Students
  • Location: Fenton, MI
  • Amount you raise: $1300 (total cost of project $1800)

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Concrete Jungle

Mission Focus: University Students & Relationship Evangelism

Service Dates: May 21 - July 16, 2019, Orientation May 18 - 20, 2019
Application Deadline: Feb. 5, 2019
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 15 - 17, 2019

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 conversational English classes, sports ministry opportunities, one-on-one relationships, outreach events and weekly broad gospel sowing activities. Students will have the chance to help in 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. 8, 2019. Outgoing and love to meet new people. More people oriented than task oriented, as most of the work is relationship building.
  • Team: 2 Students
  • Location: Eastern Europe
  • Amount you raise: $3250 (total cost of project $4250)

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Conducting Sports Camps

Mission Focus: Sports, Youth & Children

Service Dates: May 30 - July 20, 2019, Orientation May 18 - 20, 2019
Application Deadline: Feb. 5, 2019
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 15 - 17, 2019

Come be part of a camp where the desire to excel athletically and the message of Jesus Christ meet! Infinity Sports is a biblically based Sports Camp experience. You will begin with a Training Week, in which you will be equipped to share Christ through 1) Storying (Bible Study) 2) leading a Sport Time 3) sharing in Worship 4) teaching a Purposeful Recreational Training track designed to teach campers a skill and also acquainting them in how to use that activity as a ministry, and 5) spending downtime with campers. After being trained you will travel each week to a difference church to conduct sports camps.

  • Special requirements: Need students who can teach a sport and are teachable. Need to desire to be part of a biblically based team and contribute positively. Need to be actively involved in ways that are helping you grow spiritually.
  • Team: 2 Students
  • Location: Nashville, TN
  • Amount you raise: $900 (total cost of project $1200)

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Connect Communities - AT

Mission Focus: Sports, Youth & Children

Service Dates: May 27 - July 18, 2019, Orientation May 18 - 20, 2019
Application Deadline: Feb. 5, 2019
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 15 - 17, 2019

Come be part of a camp where the desire to excel athletically and the message of Jesus Christ meet! Infinity Sports is a biblically based Sports Camp experience. You will begin with a Training Week, in which you will be equipped to share Christ through 1) Storying (Bible Study) 2) leading a Sport Time 3) sharing in Worship 4) teaching a Purposeful Recreational Training track designed to teach campers a skill and also acquainting them in how to use that activity as a ministry, and 5) spending downtime with campers. After being trained you will travel each week to a difference church to conduct sports camps.

  • Special requirements: Must have passport or have applied for one by Feb. 8, 2019. Students should be in good general health. Breathing problems (such as asthma), heart problems, and motion sickness could be problematic, unless controlled by medication. Allergies to animals could be problematic. Handicap access/facilities are virtually non-existent. Some exposure to the intense sunshine will be unavoidable.
  • Team: 2 Students
  • Location: Peru
  • Amount you raise: $3350 (total cost of project $4800)

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Elevate Church Planting

Mission Focus: Servant Evangelism, Young Adults & Families

Service Dates: June 5 - Aug. 3, 2019, Orientation May 18 - 20, 2019
Application Deadline: Feb. 5, 2019
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 15 - 17, 2019

North of Denver, the Longs Peak Network of existing churches and church plants has a Church Planting Hub called NoCO Church Planting CoOP. This is the fastest growing area in Colorado. Students will help in two church plants located in the Fort Collins/Loveland area. These new churches focus on young professionals and 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 you as you invest your time into the people here.

  • Special requirements: Must be a Sophomore or above (in second year of college after high school graduation). Need to be outgoing with people you don't know, have mature social skills, and be able to think creatively. Spiritually and emotionally mature. Able to adapt to different environments. Need to like outdoors and be able to be highly active. Helpful but not required: Spanish speaking.
  • Team: 2 Males, 2 Females
  • Location: Loveland, CO
  • Amount you raise: $800 (total cost of project $1100)

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Family Mentor

Mission Focus: Homeless Women & Children

Service Dates: May 20 - Aug. 5, 2019, Orientation May 18 - 20, 2019
Application Deadline: Feb. 5, 2019
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 15 - 17, 2019

Samaritan House Family Ministries is a shelter for women and children. As the Family Mentor you will work alongside full time permanent staff as they serve women and children experiencing homelessness. You will need to be able to work with a diverse group of people. Your responsibilities will include assisting with the daily routine in the home, working toward goals that will ultimately enable families to become self-sufficient, engaging children in activities that will help them through the transition of being homeless, and being a Christ-like example for those being served. More specific responsibilities could be assisting adults in completing applications for employment and housing, assisting with Tuesday night dinner and Bible study, helping children with academic needs, and demonstrating spiritual growth through personal prayer time, Bible study, and worship.

  • Special requirements: Must be a Sophomore or above (in second year of college after high school graduation). People skills and ability to work with a diverse group of individuals. Must be a team player with calm disposition. Majors that would be helpful but not required: human services, child development, psychology, religion, education or family studies.
  • Team: 1 Female
  • Location: Jefferson City, TN
  • Amount you raise: $700 (total cost of project $1200)

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Family Ministry Intern

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

Service Dates: May 21 - Aug. 6, 2019, Orientation May 18 - 20, 2019
Application Deadline: Feb. 5, 2019
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 15 - 17, 2019

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 enjoys 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). Cheery disposition, team player, empathetic, compassionate, slow to judge, self motivated, outgoing, problem solving abilities. Majors that would be helpful but not required: Social Work, Media Communications, Criminal Justice, Education, Sociology, Psychology, or Art.
  • Team: 1 Student
  • Location: Huntsville, TX
  • Amount you raise: $600 (total cost of project $800)

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Fellowship of Caffeine

Mission Focus: University students, Coffee, Sports

Service Dates: May 23 - July 25, 2019, Orientation May 18 - 20, 2019
Application Deadline: Feb. 5, 2019
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 15 - 17, 2019

They say that the early bird catches the worm...but who really likes worms anyway? We're looking for a few night owls that can hang with the evening lifestyle of the local culture. Do you like coffee? Come surf the various 3rd wave cafes that have popped up in the past few years. Do you enjoy playing basketball? You don't have to be good...just be better than throwing the ball at the goal and you'll be spot on. Honestly, just having a smiling face and a good attitude attracts people. Meeting people here is not always easy, but with a little patience and perseverance, you'll find that by the end of summer you'll have a few more people that you truly call friends. The local population is heavily Muslim. We work with the more modern crowd of young people. Many of these young people claim to be agnostic or atheist, but they are actually just fed up with the hypocrisy of the ruling class. Our goal is to go out and find people who are open to the gospel by engaging them where they are and gathering them into a place where we can regularly meet with them and develop relationships. That place is our student center and we have 2-3 weekly gatherings there for English, games, or food. Our goal is to give you a chance to introduce your friends to us so that we can stay in touch with them in the long run.

  • Special requirements: Must have passport or have applied for one by Feb. 8, 2019. Must be mature, outgoing, and willing to spend large blocks of time with people. Helpful but not required: ability to play guitar, basketball, or interest in table-top games like Settlers of Catan or Splendor.
  • Team: 2 Students, Same gender
  • Location: Central Asia
  • Amount you raise: $3100 (total cost of project $4800)

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International Student Ministry - P52

Mission Focus: University Students, Social Events, Relationships

Service Dates: May 30 - Aug. 1, 2019, Orientation May 18 - 20, 2019
Application Deadline: Feb. 5, 2019
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 15 - 17, 2019

The future leaders of countries are studying in the USA. Many of them are from hard to access countries. Will you help us reach them? Your team will live on campus and seek to engage with international students within the ELI program at the University of Delaware with the purpose of forming relationships and sharing the Gospel. You will go to areas of campus that are frequented by international students and form relationships as well as plan and hold social events/outings to draw in more students. Another goal will be to get them connected to others in the Baptist Student Ministry so that the relationships can continue after the summer. If you are comfortable with reaching out to and spending lots of time with others, then we need you!

  • Special requirements: Should be in decent shape physically, should be able to do lots of walking around the campus in the high heat/humidity.
  • Team: 4 Students
  • Location: Newark, DE
  • Amount you raise: $2300 (total cost of project $3550)

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Live, Laugh, Love with Orphans

Mission Focus: Orphans, Teaching, Counseling, Construction

Service Dates: May 21 - Aug. 3, 2019, Orientation May 18 - 20, 2019
Application Deadline: Feb. 5, 2019
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 15 - 17, 2019

Restoring Hope Village provides a home, love, protection and a push towards Jesus for the children who are orphaned, abandoned, and/or neglected in the poverty stricken mining town of Welkom. We currently have 26 children living at the Village. Each child is placed in a home with a native “Mother” and six other children where they live as a family. Are you willing to come alongside the full-time Village Staff to accomplish daily tasks of Village life and invest in the lives of our children? You will serve through tutoring, recreation, evangelism, discipleship, teaching children to work, serve, love and through all these areas to ultimately depend on Christ. A normal week consists of daily homework/tutoring, grocery shopping, cleaning, mowing, office work, babysitting, and/or Village maintenance. We currently have 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. 8, 2019. Must be a Junior or above (in third year of college after high school graduation). Flexibility is essential! Must have a servant's heart. Helpful but not required: education majors, construction experience.
  • Team: 2 Students
  • Location: South Africa
  • Amount you raise: $2975 (total cost of project $3975)

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Mountain Farm Intern - NT

Mission Focus: Agriculture & Community Development

Service Dates: May 30 - Aug. 1, 2019, Orientation May 18 - 20, 2019
Application Deadline: Feb. 5, 2019
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 15 - 17, 2019

Living in a highly restricted area, you will work alongside a group of former head-hunters to engage unreached peoples through agriculture & community development projects. Based out of a sustainable farm community, you will spend some days doing farm chores and other days helping with village extension projects and outreach events in local village communities. Through these events you will help to share the Gospel with unreached peoples while encouraging the national believers working in this region. Absolute necessities are a willingness to work hard every day, a love for interacting with people (even if they don't speak your language), and the ability to live in rustic conditions without complaining. The language barrier will be significant. But if you work hard to show people how much you care for them, you will have a fulfilling and fruitful experience among those who've never heard the Gospel before! Your first stop will be a joint orientation with other Nehemiah Teams, learning the skills needed to carry out your assignment before you depart for the summer. Following your ministry time, you will return to the US for a joint debrief, sharing all God has done over the summer.

  • Special requirements: Must have passport or have applied for one by Feb. 8, 2019. Must be in good overall health to perform this job assignment. The terrain is mountainous, tropical diseases exist, elevators are non-existent, and transportation is inconsistent. Field supervisor must be made aware of any pre-existing medical conditions before arrival on the field. If medical conditions exist the team member must bring an adequate supply of medications and have doctor's approval. Dietary restrictions must be communicated beforehand to make sure they are acceptable. Severe allergies must be disclosed beforehand.
  • Team: 2 Students
  • Location: Southeast Asia
  • Amount you raise: $4100 (total cost of project $6600)

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Multinational Advance - NT

Mission Focus: Multicultural Evangelism, ESL, Music

Service Dates: May 30 - Aug. 1, 2019, Orientation May 18 - 20, 2019
Application Deadline: Feb. 5, 2019
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 15 - 17, 2019

The strongest power of the gospel is the Kinship of Jesus' love beyond every barrier between humans. Come experience Multi-cultural Missions in Korea and Southeast Asia. You will teach English to children and teenagers in Korea for a month and then move to Southeast Asia with your Korean student teammates where you will be involved in various ministries such as teaching English and Korean, worship dances, playing musical instruments & one on one evangelism. Become multi-cultural coworkers for the Kingdom of God. Your first stop will be a joint orientation with other Nehemiah Teams, learning the skills needed to carry out your assignment before you depart for the summer. Following your ministry time, you will return to the US for a joint debrief, sharing all God has done over the summer.

  • Special requirements: Must have passport or have applied for one by Feb. 8, 2019. Must be a Sophomore or above (in second year of college after high school graduation). Need to be able to enjoy cultural differences. Helpful but not required: experience teaching English
  • Team: 1 Male, 2 Females
  • Location: South Korea & Southeast Asia
  • Amount you raise: $3700 (total cost of project $5700)

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Multiply Intern

Mission Focus: Multiethnic Urban Ministry

Service Dates: May 25 - Aug. 4, 2019, Orientation May 18 - 20, 2019
Application Deadline: Feb. 5, 2019
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 15 - 17, 2019

Want to make a global impact? Come join the work of churches of Metropolitan New York Baptist Association (MNYBA). Our churches are diverse sizes, ethnicities, and languages that meet in apartments, public schools, warehouses, office space and church buildings to reach 22+ million people. The Multiply Program of MNYBA is an opportunity to partner with an established church, church plant, or church plant team in the metro New York area. Your gifting is the biggest criteria for your assignment to a specific church. As an intern, you will have leadership responsibilities that help the church to which you are assigned to better serve their local neighborhood and continue to live out their vision and mission.

  • Special requirements: Must be able to handle some leadership responsibilities and build relationships with people from other cultures or walks of life. Must be able to effectively and accurately communicated the Gospel. Ability to speak other languages is helpful but not required.
  • Team: 4 Students
  • Location: New York City, NY
  • Amount you raise: $2600 (total cost of project $4000)

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MX City Team - AT

Mission Focus: Mercy Ministries, ESL & University Students

Service Dates: May 27 - July 18, 2019, Orientation May 18 - 20, 2019
Application Deadline: Feb. 5, 2019
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 15 - 17, 2019

Invest your summer to make disciples of Jesus among Mexico City's vast and diverse population. You will serve alongside Mexican church planters and ministry leaders in various evangelism and discipleship activities that may include teaching English, prayer walking and VBS. You will serve alongside national believers in ministry to the “least of these” such as orphans, prisoners, elderly and the poor. You will research university campuses and ethnolinguistic groups to aid the Mexico City team in engaging unreached peoples and places. You will collect information conversationally or through surveys at markets, parks, coffee shops and other gathering places. You will begin and end your summer at orientation and debrief in Memphis, TN along with other students being sent to serve throughout the Americas.

  • Special requirements: Must have passport or have applied for one by Feb. 8, 2019. Must have an intermediate level of Spanish. Must be able to walk extensively, including climbing stairs. Mexico City has poor air quality that could be problematic for people with respiratory conditions.
  • Team: 2 Students
  • Location: Mexico City, MX
  • Amount you raise: $2750 (total cost of project $3650)

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NAME Gateway

Mission Focus: Arabic Speakers & Missional Living

Service Dates: May 31 - July 23, 2019, Orientation May 18 - 20, 2019
Application Deadline: Feb. 5, 2019
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 15 - 17, 2019

A summer with the people that we serve will forever change your worldview about Arabs. Sharing your faith with the locals is way easier than in the USA as spiritual topics are often discussed! We will mentor you in how to engage the local people with as little as a smile and how to get from simple conversation to the Gospel quickly. While here, you will be mentored in missional living and engagement, which will affect how you live no matter where you are in the world. You can expect to be out in the community daily, learn some Arabic, and have good fellowship time with the local working community here. It would also be a very real possibility to explore the many beautiful hiking and natural areas with local friends you meet. If you are up for adventure and love to share the story of God, then you belong here! There will be one week of training in Europe before you travel to your assignment country & a short debrief in Europe at the end of the summer.

  • Special requirements: Must have passport or have applied for one by Feb. 8, 2019.
  • Team: 3 Students, Same gender
  • Location: Middle East
  • Amount you raise: $3700 (total cost of project $6000)

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New Beginnings Immigrant Outreach

Mission Focus: Immigrants, ESL & Sports

Service Dates: June 10 - July 31, 2019, Orientation May 18 - 20, 2019
Application Deadline: Feb. 5, 2019
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 15 - 17, 2019

We will be using various strategies to engage North African and Middle Eastern (NAME) peoples across the greater Toronto area. We partner with Upward Sports, so some time may be spent assisting at sports camps as well as surveying new neighborhoods that we have yet to engage. We partner with local Arab churches as well in their outreach to their Muslim neighbors and friends through English conversation clubs, women's outreach, and children and youth activities. There will be times that we go intentionally to parks or malls that are highly populated with NAME peoples to engage in conversation that leads to gospel sharing opportunities as well as building relationships. Toronto is one of the most ethnically diverse cities in the world. Canadians are overwhelmingly secular/post-Christian but with the ethnic diversity you will see all the major religions represented here. Islam makes up about 10% of the population in Toronto.

  • Special requirements: Must have passport or have applied for one by Feb. 8, 2019. Must be a Sophomore or above (in second year of college after high school graduation). 4 Students must be TAMU College Station students.
  • Team: 2 Males, 4 Females (2 Males, 2 Females TAMU College Station students, 2 female positions open)
  • Location: Toronto, Canada
  • Amount you raise: $2475 (total cost of project 3300)

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Nurse 2 Nurse - NT

Mission Focus: Nursing Students & ESL

Service Dates: May 30 - Aug. 1, 2019, Orientation May 18 - 20, 2019
Application Deadline: Feb. 5, 2019
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 15 - 17, 2019

As an American nursing student, you will seek to engage & build relationships with national nursing students at a local medical university; especially, but not limited to, those in the Advanced Nursing Program who are staying on campus this summer to improve their English skills. Perhaps you'll have opportunity to host an English club. All of this with the goal of sharing the Gospel with students, building life-long friendships, and helping the students improve their English. (Nursing classes are 99% female.) Applicants must already be admitted into a nursing program. Your first stop will be a joint orientation with other Nehemiah Teams, learning the skills needed to carry out your assignment before you depart for the summer. Following your ministry time, you will return to the US for a joint debrief, sharing all God has done over the summer.

  • Special requirements: Must have passport or have applied for one by Feb. 8, 2019. Must be a Sophomore or above (in second year of college after high school graduation). Must be a nursing major already admitted into a nursing program. The following conditions would make accepting this assignment difficult: asthma, diabetes, severe allergies, limited physical allergies, limited physical mobility. Field supervisor should be made aware of any pre-existing conditions before arrival on the field.
  • Team: 2 Students
  • Location: Southeast Asia
  • Amount you raise: $3700 (total cost of project $6000)

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Peer Driver - F2F

Mission Focus: Training & Modeling Gospel Sharing

Service Dates: May 23 - July 26, 2019, Orientation May 18 - 20, 2019
Application Deadline: Feb. 5, 2019
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 15 - 17, 2019

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. Train/model national peer believers to do the same. Become a Peer Driver! Your first stop when you arrive in country will be F2F orientation to be trained to share your faith in this culture. Before coming home, you will be part of a joint debriefing with other students serving in South Asia.

  • Special requirements: Must have passport or have applied for one by Feb. 8, 2019. Needs to be able to stand on your feet and walk much of the day. Severe allergies or history of severe medical conditions must be confirmed with field for approval.
  • Team: 5 Students
  • Location: South Asia
  • Amount you raise: $3400 (total cost of project $5300)

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Pickle Project (1/2 Tarleton Team)

Mission Focus: Marketplace Missions

Service Dates: May 25 - Aug. 2, 2019, Orientation May 18 - 20, 2019
Application Deadline: Feb. 5, 2019
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 15 - 17, 2019

This is a total mission immersion experience! You will have an actual job working for the Portland Pickles baseball team in SE Portland. As a marketplace missionary, you will probably be working in some sort of concessions role or some other role they need for operation during the summer baseball season. You will have multiple opportunities to engage other pickles staff and the ownership as you work in this stressful, yet fun atmosphere. In a very secular context you will build relationships, and find creative opportunities to connect to your community and the city to share the gospel.

  • Special requirements: Hardworking, mature, willing to work in a very secular context, teachable, and flexible. 3 Students must be Tarleton students.
  • Team: 5 Students (3 Tarleton students, 2 open to anyone)
  • Location: Portland, OR
  • Amount you raise: $1700, You will have a part time job. Some funds from the job will be used to purchase food during the summer. (total cost of project $2300)

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Pointing the City to Christ and His Church

Mission Focus: Community Outreach, Recreation & Music

Service Dates: June 10 - Aug. 3, 2019, Orientation May 18 - 20, 2019
Application Deadline: Feb. 5, 2019
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 15 - 17, 2019

The community of Port Arthur was devastated by Hurricane Harvey and the flooding that resulted from the hurricane. We hope to impact the community by demonstrating the love of Christ and pointing people to Christ and his church. We will be using creative methods, i.e. possibly block parties and sports camps to reach children, youth, and adults. Our community is mostly Hispanic and African American. You will be working with children and mission teams - Kidz Adventure Klub (VBS), leading worship music for children and adults, community surveys, evangelism, recreation with children, block parties, and sports camp. We can use whatever gifts you bring to the table!

  • Special requirements: Passionate about sharing Christ with children, youth, and young adults. Helpful but not required: ability to speak Spanish and lead worship with an instrument or vocally.
  • Team: 2 Students, Same gender
  • Location: Port Arthur, TX
  • Amount you raise: $1400 (total cost of project $2200)

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Radical Amazon

Mission Focus: Indigenous Peoples, Missionary Training

Service Dates: May 28 - Aug. 1, 2019, Orientation May 18 - 20, 2019
Application Deadline: Feb. 5, 2019
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 15 - 17, 2019

Come serve alongside missionaries who work among indigenous communities along the Amazon river. You will be working with these missionaries, most of them college student age, in the establishing of new discipling relationships among locals. 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. You will begin your summer by participating with Brazilian Radical Missionaries in contextualized training at the Missionary Development Center located in the Amazon, 40 minutes by boat from Manaus, AM. Be ready to lay down the "comforts" of home and embrace living like the indigenous communities live along the Amazon!

  • Special requirements: Must have passport or have applied for one by Feb. 8, 2019. Must be a member of a Baptist Church. Servant attitude is a must. Portuguese or Spanish speaker (do not have to be fluent.) Helpful but not required: Dental, Medical, or Optometry experience; ability to play a portable instrument.
  • Team: 4 Males, 4 Females
  • Location: Brazil
  • Amount you raise: $2800 (total cost of project $3700)

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Reach a Generation

Mission Focus: Community Outreach, Youth, Children

Service Dates: June 1 - Aug. 2, 2019, Orientation May 18 - 20, 2019
Application Deadline: Feb. 5, 2019
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 15 - 17, 2019

Do you want to help us REACH the people of Alaska and grow up a generation who KNOW CHRIST? You will work with local churches in Anchorage and Eagle River area. Our desire is to share the Gospel! Our churches need help with VBS, ministering in neighborhood parks and the children need role models. As you serve, you will be mentored and nurtured. We need your help in reaching the next generation and infect our state with the Gospel!

  • Special requirements: Creative, flexible, extrovert, physically fit, driven, self-starter, hard working, hospitable, gracious, approachable, responsive to change, enjoy outdoors, sensitive, alert, and prepared to share the Gospel.
  • Team: 5 Students
  • Location: Anchorage, AK
  • Amount you raise: $2900 (total cost of project $4470)

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Refugee Programs Intern

Mission Focus: Refugees, Relief Work, Cross-Cultural Friendships

Service Dates: May 21 - Aug. 3, 2019, Orientation May 18 - 20, 2019
Application Deadline: Feb. 5, 2019
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 15 - 17, 2019

God is bringing the 10/40 window right to your doorstep! You have the opportunity to work with and live among people from Iraq, Afghanistan, Burma, Burundi, Rwanda, Congo, Cuba, Bhutan, and Eritrea as hundreds of refugees are resettled into Tarrant County. Join the World Relief staff in ministry to these international refugees during the first few months of their arrival in the US. Through tasks like setting up furniture, picking refugees up from the airport, being an English partner, or taking refugees to run errands, you may become the very first American friend these refugees will make. You must be willing to form cross-cultural friendships, be patient as refugees learn basic life skills and be very loving and understanding as the refugee struggles through adjustment to his/her new life. You must also be adaptable to change. The greatest complaint of the refugee is loneliness. Often, they are impoverished in their relationships, and extremely open to foreigners. You will have many opportunities to share the Gospel with people who have never heard the Good News, and you might work with Christians who have been persecuted for their faith. You will go home to your college campus and church with a greater understanding of what God is doing in the world and at home, and how you can better join Him to reach the nations gathered in Texas.

  • Special requirements: Students must have strong Christian character and have a heart for the nations and missions. Must be flexible. Students who are self-starters, actively engaged with other staff and refugee clients, and perpetual learners will get the most out of their time here. Helpful but not required to take own car for transportation. Gas will be reimbursed.
  • Team: 3 Students, Same gender
  • Location: Fort Worth, TX
  • Amount you raise: $1650 (total cost of project $2525)

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Restorative Justice Chaplain Intern

Mission Focus: Prison Ministry, Criminal Justice, Chaplaincy

Service Dates: June 1 - July 31, 2019, Orientation May 18 - 20, 2019
Application Deadline: Feb. 5, 2019
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 15 - 17, 2019

“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 and develop their faith. The correctional chaplain has direct responsibilities for the operation of the chaplaincy programs within the institution. Your role will be to support the institutional chaplaincy department within the normal range of chaplaincy services pertaining to provisions of worship opportunities, religious education programs, Bible studies and a variety of personal counseling needs complying with all applicable rules, policies, and procedures related to security. Your primary responsibility is to help the inmates and staff at the prison discover, develop, and duplicate their faith in Jesus Christ, fulfilling the role of Correctional Chaplain.

  • Special requirements: Must be a Sophomore or above (in second year of college after high school graduation). Must be mature.
  • Team: 2 Males
  • Location: Bratt, FL
  • Amount you raise: $900 (total cost of project $1200)

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Roots Community Church Planting Intern

Mission Focus: Urban Church Plant

Service Dates: June 7 - Aug. 2, 2019, Orientation May 18 - 20, 2019
Application Deadline: Feb. 5, 2019
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 15 - 17, 2019

Seattle is an influential city—think of Amazon, Google, Boeing, Starbucks. Seattle is a cultural hub: trends and decisions made in large cities like Seattle spread nationwide and influence the rest of the country. Your job as a Roots Community Church Intern is to bring hope to a city whose population is 96% lost. You are a culture changer, bringing hope, peace, and restoration to this city by loving and serving in the name of Christ. Your focus at Roots Community Church will be twofold: 1) Evangelizing and sharing the gospel with the lost and 2) Supporting operations of a small church plant in a big city.

  • Special requirements: Willingness to share the Gospel with anyone at any time. Selfless, servant heart, and a great teammate. Should be mature and tactful with speaking with people from all ages and backgrounds.
  • Team: 3 Students
  • Location: Seattle, WA
  • Amount you raise: $2300 (total cost of project $3500)

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Serving Kids in Christ's Care

Mission Focus: Woman & Children, Abuse Victims, Social Work

Service Dates: June 15 - Aug. 3, 2019, Orientation May 18 - 20, 2019
Application Deadline: Feb. 5, 2019
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 15 - 17, 2019

Homes for Families is a long term residential program that provides safe, comfortable home settings for single mothers and their children on a ranch outside of Goliad, TX. The ministry works to address the needs of families and help them transition into hopeful, independent futures while developing a more intimate relationship with Jesus. We have an on-campus childcare for their children, who range in age from babies to teenagers. The students will plan activities, games, assist with VBS and other summer outings, and assist our two childcare providers. Students need to be compassionate, patient and have a heart for children and sharing the love of God. Many of the families at Homes for Families have backgrounds of abuse, homelessness, addictions and other trauma. Women in the program go through an intensive, long term program aimed at healing, restoration and training ultimately leading to finding a job and/or beginning school, acquiring housing and transitioning to independent living. Throughout this 1-2 year process, the women and children both receive counseling and begin to heal. You will work with children in all stages of this process and need to be compassionate and understanding of their backgrounds and the changes their families are experiencing.

  • Special requirements: Students should be patient, energetic, compassionate, and have a heart for children and for sharing the love of God. Helpful but not required: ability to speak Spanish.
  • Team: 2 Students
  • Location: Goliad, TX
  • Amount you raise: $800 (total cost of project $1070)

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South Asian Interns

Mission Focus: South Asian immigrants, Leading Volunteer Teams

Service Dates: May 24 - July 20, 2019, Orientation May 18 - 20, 2019
Application Deadline: Feb. 5, 2019
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 15 - 17, 2019

Do you have an interest in reaching South Asians with the gospel? You will be trained to share the gospel with South Asians, and train others to do the same. Join us for a summer as we train volunteers, engage Muslims, Hindus, Buddhists, and Sikhs with the gospel, and begin discipleship with new believers and/or seekers. You will be vital to our efforts to plant churches among the more than 1.5 million South Asians in NYC.

  • Special requirements: Must be a Sophomore or above (in second year of college after high school graduation). Willing to learn and share the Gospel with people from other cultures. Self Starter. Languages helpful but not required: Bengali, Hindi, Punjabi, Urdu, or Nepali. Skills helpful but not required: videography, marketing, or social media skills.
  • Team: 2 Students
  • Location: New York City, NY
  • Amount you raise: $2500 (total cost of project $3900)

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Strategic Rural Catalyst

Mission Focus: Bible Storying & Village Life

Service Dates: May 20 - Aug. 3, 2019, Orientation May 18 - 20, 2019
Application Deadline: Feb. 5, 2019
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 15 - 17, 2019

Your time will be split between village and city ministry. You will be paired up and assigned a local unreached village, where you will spend Monday-Friday, for part of the summer. Your main goal will be to share the gospel with this people group. Each team will be given an audio version of 40 short stories from Creation to Christ, along with a flip book that contains illustrations that go with the stories. Using these tools, you will move from compound to compound looking to share the stories, and you will have the opportunity to get into every home with the gospel!! Along the way, you will be building relationships, working in the fields, cooking, learning language, etc. On the weekend, you will be in town. Your team will be assigned a neighborhood and a national partner. Much of your work will be the same, but there will be a big emphasis on prayer walking as you meet with folks. You will have a huge part in expanding the work in the region.

  • Special requirements: Must have passport or have applied for one by Feb. 8, 2019. Heart willing to do whatever it takes to see unreached people hear the Gospel. Flexible. Helpful but not required: French speaking; skills in agriculture, raising livestock, and health education.
  • Team: 2 Students, Same gender
  • Location: West Africa
  • Amount you raise: $3475 (total cost of project $5350)

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Summer Activities Intern

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

Service Dates: May 20 - Aug. 3, 2019, Orientation May 18 - 20, 2019
Application Deadline: Feb. 5, 2019
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 15 - 17, 2019

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, and willing to serve at risk children. Must be flexible, be able to initiate engagement with children, and willing to share Christ with others through discipleship.
  • Team: 1 Male, 1 Female
  • Location: Beeville, TX
  • Amount you raise: $800 (total cost of project $1070)

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Summer Recreation Staff

Mission Focus: Sports, Recreation, Children

Service Dates: June 8 - Aug. 5, 2019, Orientation May 18 - 20, 2019
Application Deadline: Feb. 5, 2019
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 15 - 17, 2019

Crossroads Church of Long Island hosts 4 weeks of sports camps (soccer, baseball, and basketball) during the summer. The camps are for children, first through sixth grade. Camps are held Monday-Thursday each week. You will help with these camps. You should enjoy the outdoors, exhibit a love for working with kids as well as have the ability to work with volunteers (students and adults) 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 and need to display a love for God and for reaching people in a mission field context. You will have the opportunity to be involved in the local churches while they are here on the field, assisting in the leadership as needed.

  • Special requirements: Outgoing, confident, and secure in relationship with Christ. Flexible, know how to work with others, and able to follow directions. Able to lead games and sports.
  • Team: 2 Students
  • Location: East Islip, NY
  • Amount you raise: $2200 (total cost of project $3385)

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Summer SOAP Project for Refugees

Mission Focus: Refugees from Unreached Peoples, Job Training

Service Dates: June 1 - July 27, 2019, Orientation May 18 - 20, 2019
Application Deadline: Feb. 5, 2019
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 15 - 17, 2019

Join our team’s soap project to bring dignity and the gospel to Sudanese refugees in Uganda. You will learn to make soap and reproduce this skill in the refugee settlements. Come prepared to take part in our close-knit team, to be discipled, and to make disciples of the nations. There are 1.6 million South Sudanese refugees in Uganda and 75-85% of those refugees are women and children. Sanitation and hygiene are extremely important to provide both dignity and a clean environment that will protect them from deadly disease like cholera and dysentery that become even more dangerous when in a confined environment like the refugee settlements. Your team will be making soap and training refugees in this skill. This skill will be a livelihood for the refugees and their families, which will be a great help for their financial situation. While training soap makers we will also share the gospel and teach them Bible stories. You must be prepared for the difficulty of this job as many of these refugees have seen atrocious things and will be learning to cope with what they have experienced. Many of these people have come from unreached places in the region. This is a unique opportunity to reach a high concentration of UUPGs in one place.

  • Special requirements: Must have passport or have applied for one by Feb. 8, 2019. Must be a Sophomore or above (in second year of college after high school graduation). Students must be able to walk long distances, withstand the heat, and travel on rough roads. If student is not active or able to walk medium distances in 100 degree heat then they would not be a good fit for this job. Must be able to maintain emotional health while seeing refugee’s limited living conditions and hearing their painful stories. Please note that if you have ongoing needs of medication management or counseling related to depression, anxiety, PTSD, or sexual abuse, these resources are generally unavailable and you should consider applying at a later time.
  • Team: 2 Students
  • Location: Uganda
  • Amount you raise: $3750 (total cost of project $5800 )

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Team Taunus (UT Arlington Team)

Mission Focus: University Outreach & Youth Ministry

Service Dates: May 20 - July 15, 2019, Orientation May 18 - 20, 2019
Application Deadline: Feb. 5, 2019
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 15 - 17, 2019

Are you willing to leave your comfort zone to impact the nations with the Gospel? Come be involved in an exciting ministry in two German cities, two German states, and a variety of ministries! Your first major assignment is to do outreach on one of the largest and oldest university campuses in Germany. This will include ministries as a team, as well as reaching out and building relationships as individuals. Evangelism in Germany is almost always a relationship building process and it takes someone who is willing to invest time in getting to know people and be intentional in sharing their faith. The remaining part of your time will be involved in outreach through the church. Immanuel is an international church with ministry not only to US military families, but to people from over 30 different nationalities. The ministry is ever-changing and Team Taunus 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. The summer will begin with a bang as TEAM TAUNUS 2019 will spend their first weekend in Germany partnering with a group from Baylor University to provide a Disciple Now weekend for youth in the greater Wiesbaden area. Following up and building upon that weekend will be an important part of this year’s ministry! Flexibility, an ability to engage people from a large variety of cultural backgrounds and being a self-starter are key for this position!

  • Special requirements: Must have passport or have applied for one by Feb. 8, 2019. Must be a Junior or above (in third year of college after high school graduation). Must be a student at UTA. Should be able to work independently and find opportunities where they present themselves. Should be mature and able to have direct conversations without being offended by those who disagree. Should have a heart for building real relationships with not-yet believers and sharing the Gospel with them. You must be willing to listen and learn, as well as speak in love. Helpful but not required: ability to speak German.
  • Team: 2 Males, 2 Females
  • Location: Germany
  • Amount you raise: $2850 (total cost of project $3800)

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Taking Church to the People

Mission Focus: Urban Missions, Meet Physical & Spiritual Needs

Service Dates: May 20 - Aug. 3, 2019, Orientation May 18 - 20, 2019
Application Deadline: Feb. 5, 2019
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 15 - 17, 2019

Mission Arlington works with families to meet their physical needs and share the Gospel with them. We desire that all people know God's love for them. As a summer missionary, you will have the chance to build relationships and share Christ with kids, youth, and adults. Come work in an urban mission setting, helping lay church planters to make disciples in apartment communities where we “take the church to the people.” You will also help to administer food, clothes, household items, and furniture, so that people in need can receive loving care in Jesus' name. As a summer missionary you will join the close-knit Mission Arlington family where you will be assigned to work in various areas of the mission depending upon the days' need and your giftedness. You will be placed with a Bible study leader/team out in the community to help lead summer programs, Rainbow Express, and Bible studies.

  • Special requirements: Must have a heart for serving others. Need to be willing to work hard and have a spirit of flexibility.
  • Team: 2 Students
  • Location: Arlington, TX
  • Amount you raise: $675 (total cost of project $900)

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Tropical Harvesters - NT

Mission Focus: Bible Storying & Village Visits

Service Dates: May 30 - Aug. 1, 2019, Orientation May 18 - 20, 2019
Application Deadline: Feb. 5, 2019
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 15 - 17, 2019

Travel by jeepney and motorcycle into remote villages along the river and to a remote island to share your life and His story. They are ready. Are you?? In partnership with nationals, continue to push into areas where the church doesn't exist yet. Encourage local believers by joining their harvest force, and by going from village to village, sharing about the greatest story ever told. It is expected that team members complete the entire program from orientation through debrief. Your first stop will be a joint orientation with other Nehemiah Teams, learning the skills needed to carry out your assignment before you depart for the summer. Following your ministry time, you will return to the US for a joint debrief, sharing all God has done over the summer.

  • Special requirements: Must have passport or have applied for one by Feb. 8, 2019. Climate is hot & humid. Field supervisor should be made aware of any preexisting medical conditions. Students with the following conditions should not apply for this team: Asthma, diabetes that requires close monitoring or refrigeration for medication, epilepsy that requires medication, any heart condition, severe allergies, sleep apnea requiring monitoring.
  • Team: 2 Students
  • Location: Philippines
  • Amount you raise: $3400 (total cost of project $5200)

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University Freshman Team (UT Austin Team)

Mission Focus: University Students & Discipleship

Service Dates: May 22 - July 26, 2019, Orientation May 18 - 20, 2019
Application Deadline: Feb. 5, 2019
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 15 - 17, 2019

Learn to share gospel, lead various types of Bible studies and disciple students on university campuses. By end of summer, you will have opportunity to lead these groups. You will work with several missionaries at NTUS, NTIT-Nursing, China Medical, and possibly other campuses. You will visit local churches, but hopefully focus on one specific church with students. You will also train youth in evangelism and discipleship.

  • Special requirements: Must have passport or have applied for one by Feb. 8, 2019. Must be a Freshman at UT Austin.
  • Team: 5 Students, 1 Adult Coordinator
  • Location: Taiwan
  • Amount you raise: $3200 (total cost of project $4900)

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University of BC Outreach (UT Austin Team)

Mission Focus: University Students, Campus Outreach & Evangelism

Service Dates: June 1 - July 27, 2019, Orientation May 18 - 20, 2019
Application Deadline: Feb. 5, 2019
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 15 - 17, 2019

Join Origin Church in reaching students on the University of British Columbia (UBC) campus in Vancouver, Canada. Over the summer, walk with Jesus, make new friends, and put the basics of mission and church planting into practice.

  • Special requirements: Must have passport or have applied for one by Feb. 8, 2019. Must be a student at UT Austin. Must be willing to talk with people.
  • Team: 5 Students, 1 Adult Coordinator
  • Location: Vancouver, Canada
  • Amount you raise: $3700 (total cost of project $5000)

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Urban Immersion

Mission Focus: Meeting Physical & Spiritual Needs in the Inner City

Service Dates: May 28 - July 26, 2019, Orientation May 18 - 20, 2019
Application Deadline: Feb. 5, 2019
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 15 - 17, 2019

While serving at MCH (Mission Centers of Houston), you will be living and working in the 4th largest city and one of the most diverse cities in America. You will be trained to share your faith and to disciple others in personal spiritual disciplines. It is our desire to help you grow as a follower of Christ and equip you for mission work long after your time with us is through. Each week, you will have multiple opportunities to teach as you lead clubs for children, teens, and senior adults. You will distribute food and clothing to our neighbors in need, teach Bible Studies, make home visits, and assist with block parties. You will lead a different visiting youth group in prayer walking, feeding the homeless, and serving in all of our ministries. Every Sunday, you will attend worship in a different church (some with various ethnicities and cultures) and will have opportunities to share your experiences of the summer. You will develop as a leader and as a disciple, and your vision, heart, and skills for missions will grow exponentially.

  • Special requirements: Helpful but not required: ability to speak Spanish.
  • Team: 1 Male, 1 Female
  • Location: Houston, TX
  • Amount you raise: $725 (total cost of project $970)

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Urban Risk Takers

Mission Focus: Business, Music, Art, Sports & Deaf Ministry

Service Dates: May 20 - July 18, 2019, Orientation May 18 - 20, 2019
Application Deadline: Feb. 5, 2019
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 15 - 17, 2019

Come join our team as we look for creative ways to engage people in this urban context of over 3 million people. We are currently reaching out to university students, young professionals, victims of human trafficking - both underage & adults, prisoners, and the deaf. Using sports, business, English, music, art, etc., we connect with people from a variety of backgrounds in order to build relationships and share the Good News. Whatever you bring to the table, God can use you to reach our city!

  • Special requirements: Must have passport or have applied for one by Feb. 8, 2019. People-oriented, self-starters do well in this context.
  • Team: 2 Students
  • Location: Southeast Asia
  • Amount you raise: $2700 (total cost of project $3800)

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#ASAPUK Impact

Mission Focus: South Asians, Evangelism & Literature Distribution

Service Dates: June 22 - July 9, 2019, Orientation May 18 - 20, 2019
Application Deadline: Feb. 5, 2019
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 15 - 17, 2019

Join the ASAP UK team in sharing the Gospel with South Asians living in the UK. The South Asian diaspora in the UK numbers 3.2 million people. You will be working in several locations in Greater London and in the city of Leicester, a couple hours north of London. You will be able to do street (market) evangelism and literature distribution, go door-to-door, help with community activities (such as Fun Day or town carnival/fair), and other evangelism opportunities.

  • Special requirements: Must have passport or have applied for one by Feb. 8, 2019. Must be able to walk extensively, including stairs.
  • Team: 2 Students, Same gender
  • Location: London, UK
  • Amount you raise: $3200 (total cost of project $4300)

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BBC Summer Camps

Mission Focus: Soccer & Children

Service Dates: July 13 - Aug. 3, 2019, Orientation May 18 - 20, 2019
Application Deadline: Feb. 5, 2019
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 15 - 17, 2019

Do you love kids and sports? Then come join our multi-cultural BBC Camp! Berwyn Baptist Church (BBC) holds a Soccer Camp and 5-Day children’s summer camp. Camp includes interesting and challenging Bible lessons, Scripture memorization, crafts/activity projects, music, soccer drills and games to help children come to know and surrender their lives to the Lord Jesus Christ and His call on their lives for service to Him. At Soccer Camp you will help teach children soccer drills, set up equipment, organize soccer teams, and coach children as they play competitive soccer games. At Bible Camp you will help lead Bible lessons, memory verses and games. 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. Soccer coaches, recreation leaders, craft leaders, photographers, teachers and cooks needed.

  • 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. Helpful but not required: experience playing and coaching soccer, familiarity with the game, teaching ability and experience, able to plan, organize and implement games, enjoy planning and teaching simple crafts, familiarity with preparing meals.
  • Team: 4 Students
  • Location: College Park, MD
  • Amount you raise: $800 (total cost of project $1100)

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Cross Cultural Leadership Camp

Mission Focus: Peer Mentoring, Cultural Exchange

Service Dates: July 13 - July 26, 2019, Orientation May 18 - 20, 2019
Application Deadline: Feb. 5, 2019
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 15 - 17, 2019

Use your ability to speak English to interact with leading university students in a camp-like setting on a university campus in a major city. Camp is conducted in English and builds upon the themes of life purpose, emotional intelligence, servant leadership, excellence and integrity—with an increased emphasis on cross cultural relationships. The principles are based on Biblical values. You will come serve as peer mentors for a small group. This gives you the chance to get to know your group, share your life and your beliefs. The Christian influence comes as Christian students and leaders interact with students from East Asia. In one-on-one settings, you have the chance to share the gospel.

  • Special requirements: Must have passport or have applied for one by Feb. 8, 2019.
  • Team: 4 Students
  • Location: East Asia
  • Amount you raise: $2800 (total cost of project $3700)

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Cultural Exchange Adventure

Mission Focus: Arab Culture & Missional Tourism

Service Dates: May 21 - May 31, 2019, Orientation May 18 - 20, 2019
Application Deadline: Feb. 5, 2019
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 15 - 17, 2019

Come spend your summer sharing Jesus during Ramadan in one of the busiest cities on earth! You'll learn about Islam and Arab culture while making lots of local friends and truly experiencing the city through their eyes. Being here as part of a cultural exchange program will afford you incredible opportunities to naturally meet people and engage in meaningful conversations. As a participant in the program, you will learn about the local culture/history/religion, visit world-famous historical sites, and spend many hours paired with local hosts who will give you a firsthand look at their culture and lives. 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. Meet people. Experience amazing things. Engage with students, and be ready to share a reason for the hope within you!

  • Special requirements: Must have passport or have applied for one by Feb. 8, 2019. Friendliness, flexibility, a learner's spirit and passion for Jesus are key characteristics needed. Be eager to not just talk about yourself, but learn about the hosts' lives and hearts. Should be comfortable talking about your relationship with Jesus and presenting the Gospel.
  • Team: 4 Males
  • Location: North Africa
  • Amount you raise: $2300 (total cost of project $3100)

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Exploration Team

Mission Focus: Media, Research, Prayer Walking & Mapping

Service Dates: June 1 - July 1, 2019, Orientation May 18 - 20, 2019
Application Deadline: Feb. 5, 2019
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 15 - 17, 2019

As part of an exploration team, your goals will be to (1) to chronicle and research, 2) document (through video/still media), (3) engage personally through spiritual conversation and witness, and (4) to saturate through prayer walking/narrative mapping regarding specific, indigenous, minority language people groups in areas where Linguæ Christi does not currently have ministry but desires to explore for future engagement. You will be like the “spies” that Moses sent into the Promised Land to ascertain the situation there (Numbers 13). Accordingly, you will cross streams with several areas of ministry focus, particularly: research, media, missional, and prayer. You will be focusing on Basque speakers in the Basque Country (Spanish side). This is a very independent project. Those who require a great deal of direct supervision or instruction should not consider this assignment.

  • Special requirements: Must have passport or have applied for one by Feb. 8, 2019. Mature, self-starter, and able to work out their own schedule. It is a very independent project. At the very least conversational ability in Spanish is needed.
  • Team: 4 Students
  • Location: Spain
  • Amount you raise: $3375 (total cost of project $4500)

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High Voltage

Mission Focus: Creative Teaching, Families & Children

Service Dates: July 8 - July 29, 2019, Orientation May 18 - 20, 2019
Application Deadline: Feb. 5, 2019
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 15 - 17, 2019

In one of the fastest growing counties in the State, you will reach elementary age children and their families through creative, activity oriented Bible events. FBC Dripping' is a growing multi-generational church reaching the next generation for Christ. Week one, you will lead Backyard Bible Clubs in new housing developments. Week two, you will help lead "High Voltage" Camp on the campus of FBC Dripping Springs. At High Voltage, all children attend Bible sessions and they choose three learning tracts from many options. These include things like building robots, making a birdhouse, sewing, cooking, science, art, music, sports, etc. You will either bring a skill you can teach or help someone teach their skill. Week three, you will visit the families from weeks one and two, sharing the gospel and leading families to Christ and His church. You will also visit families new to the community. If you have a genuine heart for people, are willing to give creative ministries a try, and will commit yourself to work with us in preparing for and following up on events, then God will use you to both bring people into His kingdom and to strengthen families.

  • Special requirements: None.
  • Team: 2 Males, 2 Females
  • Location: Dripping Springs, TX
  • Amount you raise: $500 (total cost of project $750)

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In the Wild!

Mission Focus: Youth and Children from Multiple Language Groups

Service Dates: July 1 - July 31, 2019, Orientation May 18 - 20, 2019
Application Deadline: Feb. 5, 2019
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 15 - 17, 2019

This summer GBC (Grace Baptist Church) will focus in on amazing, real-life encounters with Jesus. Each encounter is like a snapshot—a specific moment in time captured on the pages of Scripture. Through VBS and Youth Week, children and teens will discover that each snapshot of Jesus is an opportunity to respond to the gospel. When put together, these isolated encounters clearly reveal the most amazing truth of all—Jesus Christ is the Messiah, the Son of God, and by believing we can have life in His name. You will be doing neighborhood prayer walking, flier handout and promotion, and one-on-one witnessing. GBC is in a fast-growing urban area. It includes multi-cultural families including Russian, Asian, Hispanic, and Islander. We have a large group of Filipinos and desire to reach younger families, especially millennials. Are you ready for an up close and personal encounter with Jesus? The adventure of a lifetime awaits!

  • Special requirements: Helpful but not required: Russian, Filipino, or Spanish speaking. Ability to play a musical instrument or singing is helpful.
  • Team: 2 Females
  • Location: Vancouver, WA
  • Amount you raise: $1100 (total cost of project $1475)

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Intersect Outreach

Mission Focus: Gospel Appointments & Interfaith Dialogue

Service Dates: July 2 - July 12, 2019, Orientation May 18 - 20, 2019
Application Deadline: Feb. 5, 2019
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 15 - 17, 2019

Resolved for Provo is a gospel ministry to the least reached metropolitan area and campus in the U.S. Provo/Orem has a population of250,000 and 99.5% are lost. Provo/Orem is home to Brigham Young University (BYU) and Utah Valley University. There are over 75,000 college students among these two schools and less than 100 students are born-again believers in Jesus. Resolved for Provo has an Interfaith Dialogue event once a month called Intersect. Intersect is an opportunity for local believers and short-term mission teams to articulate a biblical worldview and gospel. As an impact team member you will be trained and equipped to share the gospel with Mormons and other lost people. You will be prayer walking, sharing the gospel, and inviting people to the Intersect event. You will also be helping with a local church outreach booth during 4th of July activities.

  • Special requirements: Students should be actively sharing their faith and actively making disciples of younger believers.
  • Team: 6 Students
  • Location: Provo, UT
  • Amount you raise: $1050 (total cost of project $1250)

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Island Refugee Team

Mission Focus: Social Work, Refugees & Meeting Physical Needs

Service Dates: July 15 - July 29, 2019, Orientation May 18 - 20, 2019
Application Deadline: Feb. 5, 2019
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 15 - 17, 2019

Come serve as the hands and feet of Christ in a refugee camp on the island of Lesvos, Greece. You can expect to do daily tasks like clean bathrooms, hand out food, put up tents, hand out hygiene items, help welcome new refugees to camp at the new arrivals tent, and then help find room for the new arrivals within the camp. There are also potential opportunities to play with children and spend time encouraging women in the camp. Expect that schedules and duties will change on a daily basis. The refugee crisis is always changing, so what we expect to do one day could even change throughout a shift. The important thing is to come ready and willing to serve. Once refugees come to Europe, they are often met with more heartache and uncertainty. You can come be a light in a dark place by helping meet the physical needs of those in camp while also praying for opportunities for God to meet their spiritual and emotional needs.

  • Special requirements: Must have passport or have applied for one by Feb. 8, 2019. Must be a Sophomore or above (in second year of college after high school graduation). Positive attitude and flexible to changing schedules. Languages helpful but not required: French, Arabic, Farsi or modern Greek.
  • Team: 4 Students
  • Location: Lesvos, Greece
  • Amount you raise: $3100 (total cost of project $4200)

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Life-On-Life Discipleship

Mission Focus: Refugees, Discipleship & ESL

Service Dates: June 3 - June 29, 2019, Orientation May 18 - 20, 2019
Application Deadline: Feb. 5, 2019
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 15 - 17, 2019

Living life together provides unique opportunities to disciple, teach and encourage refugees who are building a new life in a new home. You will live in a house in Seoul where refugee girls from a neighboring country are living together with a missionary family. You will teach them the English language, American Culture and the Bible. The girls are believers but have little knowledge about the Christian discipleship like assurance of salvation, quiet time, Bible reading, prayer and scripture memory. As you build personal relationships by teaching English, you can disciple them in how to live the Christian life. You could be investing in girls that will be God’s workers to reach their own people in the future!

  • Special requirements: Must have passport or have applied for one by Feb. 8, 2019. Must be a Sophomore or above (in second year of college after high school graduation). Helpful but not required: experience teaching English
  • Team: 2 Females
  • Location: South Korea
  • Amount you raise: $2500 (total cost of project $3060)

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Living Water

Mission Focus: Clean Water, Manual Labor

Service Dates: June 9 - June 15, 2019, Orientation May 18 - 20, 2019
Application Deadline: Feb. 5, 2019
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 15 - 17, 2019

Come work side by side with the people of a village and help eliminate the world’s most crippling injustice—the global water crisis. You will be part of a team digging a water well to provide life-giving clean water to a village. Living Water desires to see the community take ownership of their well and related health, education and livelihood issues. Community members help provide both materials and labor throughout the process The Living Water local staff take the lead, along with the local pastor. As a servant minded American team member, you will provide labor alongside people from the village. You do not need experience; the team leaders will instruct you. You’ll be challenged by a cross-cultural experience and make a tangible impact in a thirsty community, building relationships and providing access to safe water in Jesus’ name.

  • Special requirements: Must have passport or have applied for one by Feb. 8, 2019.
  • Team: 6 Students
  • Location: Nicaragua
  • Amount you raise: $2400 (total cost of project $3000)

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Mobile Medical Clinics

Mission Focus: Medical

Service Dates: June 1 - June 8, 2019, Orientation May 18 - 20, 2019
Application Deadline: Feb. 5, 2019
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 15 - 17, 2019

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. You 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. 8, 2019. Nursing, Medical, or Pre-Med students only.
  • Team: 6 Students, 1 Adult Coordinator
  • Location: Haiti
  • Amount you raise: $1675 (total cost of project $2095)

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Music Festival Team - Cymru Team 8

Mission Focus: Music & Language Learning

Service Dates: July 13 - August 13, 2019, Orientation May 18 - 20, 2019
Application Deadline: Feb. 5, 2019
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 15 - 17, 2019

This adventure will bring you to the most important annual Welsh cultural event, which draws 150,000+ visitors each year and has a 1000-year history. Though the event attracts Welsh-speakers (and visitors) of all ages, there is a special area with events designed specifically for young people (16-30 years-old). This includes concerts of various genre and other parties and events. The young people stay in a field in tents (camping). The atmosphere is very much like a Rock-music festival. You will befriend your peers around you. Additionally, you will assist Welsh-speaking Evangelicals with their various ministries to the young people. Your assignment will begin with orientation/training followed by two weeks of super intensive Welsh language instruction.

  • Special requirements: Must have passport or have applied for one by Feb. 8, 2019. Must be able to speak easily with strangers, striking up conversations and sharing the Gospel. Can't be easily offended or uncomfortable around lostness.
  • Team: 4 Students
  • Location: Wales
  • Amount you raise: $3200 (total cost of project $4300)

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New Churches, New England

Mission Focus: Church Planting & Community Research

Service Dates: July 1 - July 31, 2019, Orientation May 18 - 20, 2019
Application Deadline: Feb. 5, 2019
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 15 - 17, 2019

New England is home to six states which consistently rank among the most unreached and unchurched states in North America. The Baptist Convention of New England is aggressively working to share the gospel and make disciples in the region and you will get to be part of this effort. You will visit multiple communities and serve multiple churches during your time in New England. You will engage people from all walks of life in urban and rural contexts. Your work will consist of: researching communities to help church planters in strategy development, engaging communities in evangelistic activities, and serving communities alongside churches and church plants. From working with very young churches to churches that are renewing their commitment to their communities, you will be able to be the hands and feet of Jesus as you serve people and speak the gospel to people who have had little exposure to the Bible.

  • Special requirements: Willingness to work on a team and trust leaders. Able to share the Gospel.
  • Team: 4 Students, 1 Adult Coordinator
  • Location: New England
  • Amount you raise: $1775 (total cost of project $2375)

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Outdoor Adventure

Mission Focus: Outdoor Outreach, Children, Hiking, Camping

Service Dates: June 6 - July 8, 2019, Orientation May 18 - 20, 2019
Application Deadline: Feb. 5, 2019
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 15 - 17, 2019

You will be based at Outdoorsmen Church and will go on missional expeditions with other local church plants, experiencing and investing in them in their various stages of the journey. Outdoorsmen Church is a culturally relevant church planted fourteen years ago with the vision of “outfitting the body to rescue the searching through uniquely Montanan ministries”. Our relaxed services are midweek and Sunday nights. You will be trained to effectively build relationships with the unchurched through activities such as backpacking, archery, kayaking and camping.

  • Special requirements: Enjoy working with children, have a passion for the wild outdoors (you will be sleeping in tents at times), experience with outdoor activities (camping, hiking, backpacking, etc.) and be excellent team players with servants heart.
  • Team: 2 Students
  • Location: Missoula, MT
  • Amount you raise: $1000 (total cost of project $1250)

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Pursue New Limits

Mission Focus: Unreached Peoples, Rugged Outdoor Adventure

Service Dates: June 1 - June 15, 2019, Orientation May 18 - 20, 2019
Application Deadline: Feb. 5, 2019
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 15 - 17, 2019

Join in the pioneering work of pursuing an Unengaged Unreached People Group (UUPG) with the gospel message by exploring the rugged mountains and rolling plains in which the local tribes have lived for the last two millennia. Step out from behind the often-distorted media coverage of Islam and discover firsthand what it’s like to bring Good News to those living in deeply rooted Muslim communities. Many of the world’s UUPG’s remain unengaged because of the difficulties associated with physically reaching them. However, what some may see as obstacles due to a rugged environment and relative seclusion others see as an opportunity for exploration and adventure. Opportunities abound for students and volunteers to participate in guided hiking, backpacking, camping, fishing, rock climbing, bouldering, horseback riding, ATV tours, snow skiing/boarding, as well as numerous cultural and historical discoveries along the way. What better way to spend part of your summer than pursuing new spiritual and physical limits for yourself while partnering in the work of making disciples among those who have never heard?

  • Special requirements: Must have passport or have applied for one by Feb. 8, 2019. Must be a Sophomore or above (in second year of college after high school graduation). Should generally be in good health and physically capable of performing strenuous activities. Provide own hiking, backpacking & camping gear at own cost.
  • Team: 4 Students
  • Location: Central Asia
  • Amount you raise: $3000 (total cost of project $4000)

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Serving Families

Mission Focus: Meeting Physical & Spiritual Needs, Social Work

Service Dates: Any 2 to 4 weeks between May 20 - Aug. 3, 2019, Orientation May 18 - 20, 2019
Application Deadline: Feb. 5, 2019
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 15 - 17, 2019

Mission Arlington works with families to meet their physical needs and share the Gospel with them. We desire that all people know God's love for them. As a student missionary, you will have the chance to build relationships and share Christ with kids, youth, and adults. You will help sort donations, counsel families in need, pass out food and many other activities. You will also be a part of the work with the apartment church you are assigned to. You will teach kids, lead youth Bible studies, organize field trips, and many other things that will allow you to build relationships with the kids and youth you are serving. You will quickly become a member of the Mission Arlington family as we minister to the ministers in Arlington.

  • Special requirements: Heart for serving people. Need to be willing to adapt as things change quickly.
  • Team: 6 Students
  • Location: Arlington, TX
  • Amount you raise: $300 plus cost of flight if needed (total cost of project $500)

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Sifting Team

Mission Focus: South Asian Peoples & Evangelism Training

Service Dates: June 2 - June 15, 2019, Orientation May 18 - 20, 2019
Application Deadline: Feb. 5, 2019
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 15 - 17, 2019

Come get trained in how to engage, share the gospel, and begin discipleship with South Asian Muslims, Hindus, Buddhists, and Sikhs. Trainings will happen each morning then you will go into South Asian neighborhoods in the afternoons and evenings to engage with people, “sifting” for Persons of Peace.

  • Special requirements: Willing to learn, share the Gospel with people from other cultures. Helpful but not required: South Asian language speakers, videography, marketing, or social media skills.
  • Team: 6 Students
  • Location: New York City, NY
  • Amount you raise: $1500 (total cost of project $2000)

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Sustainable Gardens & Sharing the Gospel

Mission Focus: Food Provision, Agriculture, Global Health

Service Dates: July 19 - July 31, 2019, Orientation May 18 - 20, 2019
Application Deadline: Feb. 5, 2019
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 15 - 17, 2019

Build sustainable gardens and prayer visit homes of impoverished South Africans. 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. You will also reach children after school hours with activities and a gospel presentation. No gardening experience is necessary as the team leader teaches team members how to plant a garden. You need to be able to spend long hours working with garden tools, building fences, planting vegetables, visiting homes, buying groceries, and sharing Christ with school age youth.

  • Special requirements: Must have passport or have applied for one by Feb. 8, 2019.
  • Team: 6 Students
  • Location: South Africa
  • Amount you raise: $3100 (total cost of project $4200)

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Zona Crew

Mission Focus: Youth Camp Staff

Service Dates: June 19 - June 28, 2019, Orientation May 18 - 20, 2019
Application Deadline: Feb. 5, 2019
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 15 - 17, 2019

Serve with a team of college students from across Arizona at Zona Camp. This is the Arizona Southern Baptist Convention's State youth camp held at Biola University in Southern California. You will begin the week in Phoenix, then travel by bus with the youth to California for camp. During the week you will minister to teenagers (last year we had around 1100) through small groups, Bible study, discipleship, recreation and decision time at the end of services. This week will be long; you will be hot and tired. You will also make great friendships with other college students and teenagers and have an amazing week serving Christ and teaching kids with the Gospel.

  • Special requirements: Flexible and willing to work hard serving others.
  • Team: 4 Students
  • Location: Phoenix, AZ
  • Amount you raise: $900 (total cost of project $1100)

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Collegiate Ministry Intern NW - CMI

Mission Focus: University Students

Service Dates: Sept. 9, 2019 - June 14, 2020, OR Sept. 9, 2019 - Dec. 14, 2019, Orientation May 18 - 20, 2019
Application Deadline: Feb. 5, 2019
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 15 - 17, 2019

You can come serve as a CMI at the Univ. of Oregon, Oregon State Univ., Portland Metro, or Seattle Metro, depending on your interest. There is a tremendous need on our Northwest campuses to have missionaries who are committed to sharing the gospel, discipling believers and leading out in ministry to the campus and students. As a CMI you would work in a team context with opportunity to develop and implement a strategy for the campus to which you are assigned. You will be expected to engage with students Monday through Friday on the campus leading out in Discipleship, Leadership Development, Teaching, and Missions promotion.

  • Special requirements: Must be a Senior or above (in fourth year of college after high school graduation). Leader who is flexible, available, and teachable. Is helpful if have served as a BSM leader or CMI in the past.
  • Team: 1 Student
  • Location: Oregon or Washington
  • Amount you raise: Fall Semester Only $3100 (total cost of project $4800) Fall & Spring Semesters: $4500 (total cost of project $10,000)

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Children's Ministries and Resort Ministry

Mission Focus: Teaching Children, Ski Ministry

Service Dates: Aug. 6 - Dec. 21, 2019, Orientation May 18 - 20, 2019
Application Deadline: Feb. 5, 2019
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 15 - 17, 2019

Lake Tahoe has 12 million people visit each year. 85% of those who live and visit Tahoe do not know Jesus. You will minister in our A+ School Age Before and After School Ministry, A+ Preschool Ministry, My Morning Out, and Parents’ Night Out. This is primarily a children’s ministry position. We teach children 2.5-12 years of age. You will be teaching Bible studies, teaching children to pray, memorize scripture, and help children complete their homework. Each outreach ministry has the goal of helping children and their parents come to know Jesus Christ. You will have the opportunity (optional) to serve in our ski ministry outreach at 7 different ski areas and also lead worship on the mountain. We will teach you to ski and provide the equipment, training, and devotional materials. 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: Must be a Sophomore or above (in second year of college after high school graduation). Must have the following qualifications to work with SCHOOL AGE CHILDREN age children. They will probably have to have completed with a passing grade by the time they arrive in Tahoe 12 semester hours in any combination of the following types of classes. 1) Recreation, which includes, but is not limited to art, music, dance, theatre. 2) Physical education, which includes, but it not limited to, indoor and outdoor sports activities. 3) Human services and social welfare, which includes, but is not limited to psychology, sociology, nursing, or home economics. 4) Units earned toward an elementary or middle school teaching credential. 5) Early childhood education, child development, or school age units. PRESCHOOL TEACHERS need 12 hours total of the following types of classes; early childhood education, child development, or human growth and development type classes.
  • Team: 1 Female
  • Location: Tahoe City, CA
  • Amount you raise: $1000 (total cost of project $1300)

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Forgotten 50 Collegiate Team

Mission Focus: University Students, Worship and Evangelism

Service Dates: Sept. 2 - Dec. 15, 2019, Orientation May 18 - 20, 2019
Application Deadline: Feb. 5, 2019
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 15 - 17, 2019

The Forgotten Fifty are the 50 least reached campuses in North America. Come help us reach two of the Forgotten Fifty. Movement Church in Abbotsford, BC, is a church plant aimed at reaching the University of the Fraser Valley (15,000+ Students), which is a suburb of Vancouver, BC, Canada. You are being invited to join this church planting team and focus your efforts on gathering students and the community around the UFV to form a new church. Specifically, we are looking for young adults who love Jesus, will sacrificially love others in our community and share Christ with UFV students. We use a variety of evangelism tools including the Alpha Film Series, Perspectives, and Soularium. Gifts in leading worship and/or media ministry would be a great bonus. You will serve in both campus ministry and church planting, with excellent supervision and support. In addition to focusing the majority of your time in Abbotsford, BC, this team will help us engage the 2 Forgotten 50 campuses located in British Columbia: Emily Carr Institute of Art in Vancouver, and Royal Roads University near Victoria.

  • Special requirements: Must have passport or have applied for one by Feb. 8, 2019. Must be a Sophomore or above (in second year of college after high school graduation). Must be willing to mix it up with lost people but mature enough to handle questions and maintain your walk with God with integrity. Skills helpful: leading worship, meeting & discipling students, gathering people for worship. A level of comfort around other students and internationals is a must.
  • Team: 2 Students, Same gender
  • Location: Vancouver, Canada
  • Amount you raise: $3400 (total cost of project $5250)

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Generation LINK Staff Residency

Mission Focus: Missional Living, Worship, College, Youth or Children

Service Dates: Aug. 25, 2019 - July 31, 2020, Orientation May 18 - 20, 2019
Application Deadline: Feb. 5, 2019
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 15 - 17, 2019

Come join our Generation LINK (Laborers Impacting Nations for the Kingdom) staff residency. Our desire is to give all Generation LINK residents a once in a lifetime experience that prepares and equips them to be lifelong disciples and disciple makers. Whether you aspire to be a pastor/missionary or in the workplace, the Generation LINK Seattle Residency can prepare you for your “next step”. You will serve on staff in a part-time volunteer role. In addition, you will work and live in the community, seeking to build relationships with unbelievers while raising your own support. We currently have roles available for ministry residents in the areas of worship, student ministry, collegiate ministry and children's ministry. Each role is customized to the strengths and gifting of the ministry resident. In cooperation with the Puget Sound Baptist Association, Essential Church is the managing church for the Eastside Ministry House, which is a gospel-centered home for yearlong ministry residents to grow and mature as future ministry leaders. Generation LINK Residency is committed to the following core values: intentional discipleship, ministry experience, gospel community, leadership development, and theological training. This is an opportunity for both significant ministry leadership experience as well as intentional ministry training.

  • Special requirements: Must be a Senior or above (in fourth year of college after high school graduation). Spiritually mature, called to ministry by God. Man of integrity, self-starter, and passionate about reaching unbelievers and making disciples. Not required but helpful to drive own car to Seattle.
  • Team: 1 Male
  • Location: Bellevue, WA
  • Amount you raise: $9600 (total cost of project $14,800) Option to work part time to cover some costs and reduce amount to raise.

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International Business Meets Jesus - Hands On

Mission Focus: Business, Human Resources, and Millennials

Service Dates: July 1 - Dec. 13, 2019, Orientation May 18 - 20, 2019
Application Deadline: Feb. 5, 2019
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 15 - 17, 2019

Would you like to use your developing business and/or human resource skills while getting to share among the greatest lostness in the world? We are looking for men and women that want to get their feet wet with some international business management and human resource. You will join in running a local coaching center and be on the frontlines of sharing among English-speaking millennials that have likely never heard the Greatest News or been discipled. There is a reason you have these skills and a desire to make His name known. This is the place!

  • Special requirements: Must have passport or have applied for one by Feb. 8, 2019. Must be a Sophomore or above (in second year of college after high school graduation). Must be a member of a Baptist Church. Should be able to navigate through crowded cities for long hours. Will require standing on your feet and walking much of the day. Severe allergies, asthma or history of severe medical conditions must be confirmed with field for approval.
  • Team: 2 Students, Same gender
  • Location: South Asia
  • Amount you raise: $3950 (total cost of project $6750)

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Intersect Campus Missionary - CMI

Mission Focus: University Students & Interfaith Dialogue

Service Dates: Aug. 18 - Dec. 14, 2019, Orientation May 18 - 20, 2019
Application Deadline: Feb. 5, 2019
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 15 - 17, 2019

Resolved for Provo is a gospel ministry to the least reached metropolitan area and campus in the U.S. Provo/Orem has a 250,000 population and 99.5% are lost. Provo/Orem is home to Brigham Young University and Utah Valley University. There are over 75,000 college students among these two schools and less than 100 students are born-again believers in Jesus. We have an Interfaith Dialogue event once a month called Intersect. It is an opportunity for local believers and short-term mission teams to articulate a biblical worldview and gospel. Semester missionaries will be trained and equipped to share the gospel with lost people in our context. You will be on the college campuses prayer-walking, sharing the gospel, and inviting people to the Intersect event. You will have follow up meetings with people receptive to the gospel and will be given the opportunity to lead a bible study for seekers. You will also meet regularly with local believing college students for the purpose of encouraging them in their faith.

  • Special requirements: Must be a Junior or above (in third year of college after high school graduation). Actively sharing your faith & making disciples of younger believers.
  • Team: 2 Students, Same gender
  • Location: Provo, UT
  • Amount you raise: $2700 (total cost of project $3355)

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MultiplyNYC Intern

Mission Focus: Multiethnic Urban Ministry

Service Dates: Aug. 15 - Dec. 15, 2019, Orientation May 18 - 20, 2019
Application Deadline: Feb. 5, 2019
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 15 - 17, 2019

New York City is one of the world's most diverse cities with 190 nations and over 100 UPG's represented and almost 900 spoken languages. It is also a city of extreme socioeconomic diversity with incomes ranging from just a few thousand dollars a year to millions of dollars a year. As a Multiply Intern partnered with an established church, church plant, or church plant team, you will be actively engaging the diverse neighborhood that your church or church plant team is working hard to serve and spread the good news in. You could be helping in anything from block parties, servant evangelism, VBS, ESL classes, bible studies, and discipleship. Your placement will be largely determined by both the gifts and the passions that God has given you. You must be able to handle some leadership responsibilities and be able to build relationships with people from any number of cultures or walks of life. You will be part of regular development days and mentoring with other interns that will help you in your personal walk as well as gain a better understanding of the work in NYC. If you are ready to see the nations gathered together in one place and be the hands, feet, and mouthpiece of God, NEW YORK CITY IS FOR YOU!

  • Special requirements: Must be a Sophomore or above (in second year of college after high school graduation). Be able to handle some leadership responsibilities and be able to build relationships with people form a number of cultures or walks of life. Effectively and accurately communicate the Gospel. Able to climb six flights of stairs and walk several miles per day.
  • Team: 1 Student
  • Location: New York City, NY
  • Amount you raise: $4100 (total cost of project $6400)

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Reaching North Africans in Europe Internship

Mission Focus: ESL, Social Media, Mercy Ministries

Service Dates: Aug. 25 - Nov. 17, 2019, Orientation May 18 - 20, 2019
Application Deadline: Feb. 5, 2019
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 15 - 17, 2019

As an Enraciné intern, you have the chance to take up your part in God’s great drama of redemption as you work to advance the gospel of the Kingdom among North African Muslim peoples living in southern France; this segment of the population is less than .02% evangelical. Our internship is designed to create venues for growth and development in Christ through active obedience and the immediate application of Kingdom principles. As a team we will disciple you through our residency discipleship program where you can immediately apply what you learn. We will help you to develop important skills pertaining to leadership, cross-cultural communication, and how to be a good team member. Practically speaking, you will be given specific tasks in pre-arranged ministry projects that may include: teaching ESL, helping at a food bank, leading in the team’s social media department, organizing ministry events, working with local partners, helping mercy ministries, or even leading a team of short-term volunteers. Your end goal is to grow deeper in your relationship with God while sharing the hope of the gospel among people who have never heard of God’s love for them in Christ. It’s about being “rooted for kingdom advancement.”

  • Special requirements: Must have passport or have applied for one by Feb. 8, 2019. Must be a Senior or above (in fourth year of college after high school graduation). Must be a member of a Baptist Church. Flexible, go getter, serious about building relationships, solid theology, have a heart for unreached Muslims, able to work well in a team setting, respects authority, and has an optimistic way of looking at situations. French, Arabic or Spanish is helpful although not required.
  • Team: 1 Female
  • Location: France
  • Amount you raise: $4500 (total cost of project $7000 )

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Story Teller & Mobilizer

Mission Focus: Marketing, Social Media, Writing

Service Dates: Aug. 30, 2019 - May 22, 2020, Orientation May 18 - 20, 2019
Application Deadline: Feb. 5, 2019
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 15 - 17, 2019

Come help us tell the story of 10/40 Connections through video, social media, journalism, and photography. You will help share the stories of various ministry initiatives taking place among the least reached in a way the Western world can understand. Use marketing and social media skills to help promote and gather groups for webinars, podcasts, videos, online courses to mobilize and equip believers in missional living. At times you will travel to our projects (as security allows) to see the work, gather photos/video, and engage in hands-on work. Some of our projects include starting schools, water wells, anti-trafficking, pro-life initiatives, leadership empowerment of females, mobile seminaries, and literacy (which all lead to church planting). We presently have work in South Asia, East Asia and Thailand. You will also assist with administrative details for hosting teams of Asians and North Americans. Based on your passions, outside of office hours you will engage in relational frontline evangelism, prayer-walking, and personal outreach, as well as organize events to equip and serve the missionary kid community.

  • Special requirements: Must have passport or have applied for one by Feb. 8, 2019. Must be a Junior or above (in third year of college after high school graduation). Strong character, humble, teachable, learner, flexible, high integrity. Loves and honors the Bible and truth found there. Emotionally and spiritually mature. Passionate about pro-life issues and women empowerment. Skills: videography, photography, great at social media, good writer.
  • Team: 2 Students, Same gender
  • Location: Thailand
  • Amount you raise: $8500 (total cost of project $13,000)

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Urban Rescuers Internship

Mission Focus: Trafficked Victims & Social Work

Service Dates: July 15 - Nov. 15, 2019, OR July 15, 2019 - July 15, 2020, Orientation May 18-20, 2019
Application Deadline: Feb. 5, 2019
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 15 - 17, 2019

Befriend and walk alongside transgenders (ladyboys) and young guys who are working in the sex industry and/or have just left the sex industry. During your internship with a local non-profit, you can encourage these individuals through outreach, recovery, social work, teaching daily classes or assisting in the job training site. Outreach is done in the red light districts and sometimes in the slum communities. Bar/red light district ministry involves visiting/following up on sex workers we already know and creating new friendships with workers. Slum outreach is focused on current students and their families, consisting of helping build/rebuild/clean houses, spend time with families, after school activities, providing a safe environment and support in familiar surroundings. When an individual decides to join our program, they come to the non-profit building for different classes and sessions: counseling, art therapy, worship, work skills, Bible study, baking classes, etc. As a part of your internship, you can help teach classes in all areas and provide social work support needed to help our students reach the bright futures they are working towards.

  • Special requirements: Must have passport or have applied for one by Feb. 8, 2019. Must be a Junior or above (in third year of college after high school graduation). Must have strong faith and strong values but are open to being stretched and challenged to walking alongside those who have experienced different types of trauma and pain.
  • Team: 2 Students, Same gender
  • Location: Thailand
  • Amount you raise: Fall Semester Only: $3800 (total cost of project $6000) Fall and Spring Semesters: $8000 (total cost of project $12,000)

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