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Christmas Break

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

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Children and Resort Ministry

Mission Focus: Children, Teaching, Ski Resort Ministry

Service Dates: Dec. 31, 2019 - June 6, 2020, Orientation before departure
Application Deadline: September 27, 2019

Lake Tahoe has 12 million people visit each year and it is gorgeous! 85% of those who live and visit Tahoe do not know Jesus. Student missionaries will minister in our A+ School Age Ministry, A+ Preschool Ministry, My Morning Out, and Parents’ Night Out ministries. This is primarily a children’s ministry position. We teach children 2.5-12 years of age. Most children who attend are not Christian and do not come from Christian homes. Students would be teaching Bible studies, teaching children to pray, memorize scripture, helping children complete their homework, crafts, and recreation. Each outreach ministry has the goal of helping children and their parents come to know Jesus Christ. You will be challenged to grow spiritually and emotionally. You will learn that life is about giving yourself away to the high glory of God. The church, the community, and the staff will invest their hearts and lives in you. We seek to train you to be the leaders of the future. Our goal is to produce Kingdom leaders to touch the world in Jesus name. On August 18 of this year, we have one of our A+ children (now grown up) speaking to our church. He and his family are missionaries in a Muslim country. This missionary said, “Missionaries came to me and told me about Jesus. They invested in me and inspired me. Now I am telling others about Jesus!” We sense that God gives us college students for a moment in time. Each student who serves is important to God, to the Kingdom of God, and us. It is our honor and joy to mentor missionaries who are sent our way. It was life changing for us and we want it to be life changing for you. 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. They will 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: $800 (total cost of project $1000) Must provide own health insurance

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Collegiate Ministry Intern NW - CMI

Mission Focus: University Students, Campus Ministry

Service Dates: Jan. 11, 2020 - June 12, 2020, Orientation Jan. 9 - 10, 2020
Application Deadline: September 27, 2019

You can come serve as a CMI at 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: 2 Students
  • Location: Oregon or Washington
  • Amount you raise: $3100 (total cost of project $4800)

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International Student Outreach

Mission Focus: University Students, International Students

Service Dates: Jan. 11, 2020 - June 30, 2020, Orientation Jan. 9 - 10, 2020
Application Deadline: September 27, 2019

You will live on campus and seek to engage international students within the ELI (English Language Institute) program at the University of Delaware with the purpose of forming relationships and sharing the Gospel. You will also help current Baptist Student Ministry students better engage with Internationals. You will live in an International dorm and will likely have an international roommate. 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. You will work to involve established students within BSM so the international students continue to be ministered to even after you have left.

  • Special requirements: Must be a Sophomore or above (in second year of college after high school graduation). Should have experience in discipleship and Bible study and can lead a one-on-one or group Bible study with international students. Experience in engaging with international students is preferred but not required.
  • Team: 1 Male, 1 Female
  • Location: Newark, DE
  • Amount you raise: $3350 (total cost of project $4780)

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Love, Laugh, Live with Orphans

Mission Focus: Children, Teaching, Counseling, Construction

Service Dates: Jan. 18, 2020 - April 18, 2020, Orientation Jan. 9 - 10, 2020
Application Deadline: September 27, 2019

Restoring Hope Village provides a home, love, protection and a push towards Jesus for the children that 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. We are looking for students 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. Currently we do 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 and expedited it by October 4, 2019. Must be a Junior or above (in third year of college after high school graduation).
  • Team: 2 Students
  • Location: South Africa
  • Amount you raise: $2500 (total cost of project $3450)

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Multiply Intern

Mission Focus: Multiethnic Urban Ministry

Service Dates: Jan. 11, 2020 - May 10, 2020, Orientation Jan. 9 - 10, 2020
Application Deadline: September 27, 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 must also be able to effectively and accurately communicate the gospel to this diversity of people. 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). Must be able to handle some leadership responsibilities and build relationships with people from a number of cultures and walks of life. Must be able to effectively and accurately communicate the Gospel. Helpful but not required: Ability to speak other languages.
  • Team: 2 Students
  • Location: New York City, NY
  • Amount you raise: $3750 (total cost of project $5780)

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SPECIAL PAID INTERNSHIP Children's and Student Ministry Interns

Mission Focus: Children, Youth, Church

Service Dates: Jan 11, 2020 - Aug. 3, 2020
Application Deadline: September 27, 2019

Intern with an experienced youth or children’s minister to learn the ropes of ministry. You will intern with EITHER the Children’s or Student Pastor, based on your area of interest, in a support role. You will be involved in the weekly events and ministries to invest deeply in the lives of the people in the church and the community. This is a great opportunity for those considering full time youth or children’s ministry. CHILDREN’S INTERN: Assist with Sunday morning and Wednesday evening Bible study and discipleship times. You will be involved in the Easter community event, as well as luncheons where we train and encourage volunteers. You will help with preparation for summer camps, VBS and the mission trip. You will be in a leadership role at VBS and camps, as well as participate in the mission trip. YOUTH INTERN: Assist with Sunday Bible study, Wednesday night discipleship and worship and monthly fellowships. You will have the opportunity to support youth in their extracurricular activities during the week. The position will also include doing strategic planning and brainstorming with our youth, who attend 14 high schools and 11 middle schools, to reach their friend groups at school for Christ. You will also help train adults who work with youth. During the summer you will help lead 2 mission trips, 2 camps and train high schoolers to lead middle school VBS.

  • Special requirements: Be motivated and want to come alongside an active ministry to build relationships with students and families in the South Austin area.
  • Team: 2 Students
  • Location: Austin, TX
  • Amount you raise: The intern will be paid a $500 stipend per month. The church will cover all housing, meals and transportation. Go Now will cover training and transportation to the field.

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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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Apartment Sports & Activities Director

Mission Focus: Immigrants, Apartment Ministry, Women's Sports Ministry

Service Dates: May 25 - Aug. 3, 2020, Orientation May 22 - 24, 2020
Application Deadline: Feb. 4, 2020
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 14 – 16, 2020

Veteran Global Gates missionaries in Houston need your talents and skills to open doors for making relationships with Muslims, Hindus, and Buddhists in apartment complexes for the purpose of sharing the Gospel. The Houston team is ready to market your skills in one or more of the following areas to reach immigrants: Aerobics trainer - Lead immigrant women in aerobic classes; Swimming trainer for kids - Offer private swimming lessons exclusively to immigrant children; Assistant Physician’s Assistant - Travel with PA to clinics and apartments as she medically treats immigrant families; Teach Spoken English - Supplement ESL programs by offering immigrants a place to practice their English. Through aerobic classes for women, private swimming lessons for kids, teaching spoken English and assisting our team Physician’s Assistant, you will create relational avenues for our team to fulfill the Great Commission among Houston’s least evangelized people groups.

  • Special requirements: Must be a Sophomore or above (in second year of college after high school graduation). Able to lead programs for immigrant women and be patient with communication.
  • Team: 2 Females
  • Location: Houston, TX
  • Amount you raise: $1950 (total cost of project $2990)

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Bush Missionary - NT

Mission Focus: Village Life, Bible Storying

Service Dates: May 28 - July 30, 2020, Orientation May 22 - 24, 2020
Application Deadline: Feb. 4, 2020
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 14 – 16, 2020

Have the full Karamajong Bush experience. Join a team of bush missionaries who are willing to do whatever it takes to take the Gospel into some very difficult places & people groups. Learn to use Chronological Bible Storying to evangelize & disciple. Be involved in a simple organic church. We have the unique opportunity to live among & do life with the people of Karamoja on a daily basis. Some days are difficult, but the great days make the difficult ones worth it. Your first stop will be a joint orientation with other Nehemiah Teams, learning the skills needed to carry out your assignment as well as team building will fill these first few days. Your team will fly to your final destination 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 a passport or have applied for one by Feb. 7, 2020. Due to remote location, team members should be in excellent health.
  • Team: 2 Students
  • Location: Uganda
  • Amount you raise: $3200 (total cost of project $4900)

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Carry the Load

Mission Focus: Providing Physical Needs, Relationships, Evangelism

Service Dates: May 26 - Aug. 2, 2020, Orientation May 22 - 24, 2020
Application Deadline: Feb. 4, 2020
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 14 – 16, 2020

Come gain practical port ministry experience as you minister to the workers on the ships that come to Port Canaveral, FL. Most of the work will be done at our ministry center, but you may help drive and visit workers on cargo ships. Depending on your skills, the team will handle a variety of tasks at the ministry. This includes ministering to crew by leading worship, leading Bible studies, sharing one-on-one, and discipleship. You will also receive and distribute packages, greet visitors and help them sign in, help prepare lunch, and maintain the drink station with beverages and snacks. There is also the possibility of helping us develop social media, maintain the building and grounds and clean vehicles.

  • Special requirements: Must be a Sophomore or above (in second year of college after high school graduation). Have a servant’s heart, willing to learn, serve, and share the gospel. Helpful but not required: fluency in a foreign language or social media, video, or computer skills.
  • Team: 2 Students
  • Location: Cape Canaveral, FL
  • Amount you raise: $2140 (total cost of project $3290)

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Collegiate Church Mobilizer

Mission Focus: College, Church Assistance

Service Dates: May 26 - Aug. 3, 2020
Application Deadline: Feb. 4, 2020
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 14 – 16, 2020

Many local churches in NYC have a desire to reach college students. However, most churches struggle with gaining a foothold on college campuses. Use your acquired campus knowledge and connections to help strategic churches learn how to reach the college students in their neighborhood and on campuses near them. You will work in cooperation with the existing MNYBA team to equip, train, and send local church members to serve campus. You will be part of a ministry, in partnership with the MNYBA, to engage the culture of campuses in NYC (there are over 100) and connect churches to ministry opportunities through our social organization called The Commons. You will help be the face of this organization on campuses and in our churches. They would also provide an opportunity to minister and connect more deeply with students from the point of first contact. (College students relate best to other college students).

  • Special requirements: Must be a Sophomore or above (in second year of college after high school graduation). Students who are outgoing, strong in their faith, and socially adept. Many conversations will be had where another student holds an opposite viewpoint from their own, the ability to navigate that conversation and use it as an opportunity to respectfully present the gospel is key!
  • Team: 1 Student (Will live in community with Multiple Interns at MNYB, but work individual with Collegiat
  • Location: New York City, NY
  • Amount you raise: $2600 (total cost of project $4020)

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Collegiate Church Planting Intern

Mission Focus: Collegiate Ministry, Church Planting

Service Dates: May 26 - July 24, 2020, Orientation May 22 - 24, 2020
Application Deadline: Feb. 4, 2020
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 14 – 16, 2020

You will team up with church staff and students sharing their lives and the Gospel in Vancouver, BC, Canada at the University of British Columbia. Over the summer you will learn collegiate and urban church planting, leadership, evangelism and discipleship. As an intern, you will have a variety of experiences and assignments that will call on you to rely on your faith in Jesus. You will do some things you might not have ever done before in one of the most beautiful cities and campuses.

  • Special requirements: Must have a passport or have applied for one by Feb. 7, 2020
  • Team: 2 Males, 2 Females, 1 Adult Coordinator
  • Location: Vancouver, Canada
  • Amount you raise: $3700 (total cost of project $5780)

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Creative Outreach

Mission Focus: Apartment Ministry, Families

Service Dates: May 25 - July 31, 2020, Orientation May 22 - 24, 2020
Application Deadline: Feb. 4, 2020
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 14 – 16, 2020

You will be doing outreach in many different creative ways, such as prayer walking, special events, kids’ clubs, benevolence aid, photography projects, social media, house of peace searches, mentoring all ages, youth clubs, and meeting the whole needs of the people living in the apartment communities. You will be ministering to all ages and all ethnicities. Though not all of our ministries will be in low income areas, we mostly serve in these areas. We will take the youth on a white water rafting trip down the Deschutes River. The Northwest is a beautiful place so enjoy it while you are here ministering among the people who need Jesus in the apartment communities.

  • Special requirements: Flexible attitude necessary. Sometimes things change day to day. Have to be able to work with kids. Spanish is helpful but not required. Guitar is helpful but not required.
  • Team: 2 Students
  • Location: Beaverton, OR
  • Amount you raise: $1800 (total cost of project $2800)

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Cross Fit Language Students - NT

Mission Focus: Sports Ministry, Relationships, Missional Living

Service Dates: May 28 - July 30, 2020, Orientation May 22 - 24, 2020
Application Deadline: Feb. 4, 2020
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 14 – 16, 2020

Needed: Men who love sports, dance and coffee. As part of this team, you will go to a local cross-fit gym at least three times a week to work out and interact with the young men that frequent the establishment. Your purpose will be building relationships and sharing the gospel with them. You will also be expected to spend 8-10 hours a week studying Arabic. 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 Nehemiah Teams debrief, sharing all God has done over the summer.

  • Special requirements: Must have a passport or have applied for one by Feb. 7, 2020. Must be 20 years of age by time of assignment. Must be able to walk at least 2 miles in hot weather. Must be able to perform basic exercises required by Cross Fit coaches. We do not encourage those with extreme nut allergies to apply as much of the food here includes nuts. Summers are hot & dusty. People who have respiratory conditions triggered by dust may have problems.
  • Team: 2 Males
  • Location: Middle East
  • Amount you raise: $4200 (total cost of project $6500)

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Crossroads Sports & Bible Camp Staff

Mission Focus: Sports Camps, Children's Ministry, Teaching

Service Dates: June 12 - Aug. 3, 2020, Orientation May 22 - 24, 2020
Application Deadline: Feb. 4, 2020
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 14 – 16, 2020

Crossroads Church of Long Island hosts 4 weeks of sports and Bible camps (soccer, baseball, and basketball) during the summer. The camps are for children, first through sixth grade. You will help with these camps, which are held Monday-Thursday each week. You should enjoy the outdoors, exhibit a love for working with kids and have the ability to work with volunteers (students and adults) from mission teams who serve during the summer. You will have the responsibility to help prepare our facilities to host mission teams each week. You need to display a love for God and for reaching people in a mission field context, as you will also be involved in outreach projects throughout the summer including prayer walking, personal evangelism, and servant evangelism projects. You will have the opportunity to be involved in the local churches while they are here on the field, assisting with leadership, as needed.

  • Special requirements: You should be outgoing, confident, and secure in your relationship with Christ. Willing to be flexible, know how to work well with other people, and be able to follow directions. Musical abilities are a plus as you can be involved in worship leadership.
  • Team: 2 Students
  • Location: East Islip, NY
  • Amount you raise: $2275 (total cost of project $3030)

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Elevate Church Planting

Mission Focus: Church Planting, Young Adults & Families

Service Dates: May 27 - Aug. 1, 2020, Orientation May 22 - 24, 2020
Application Deadline: Feb. 4, 2020
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 14 – 16, 2020

Come to the fastest growing area in Colorado to help in 2 church plants located between Longmont (north Denver) and 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 merely to start 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. You will learn to identify spiritually open people by applying the “persons of peace” strategy in Luke 10:2b-11, learn how to ask common-ground questions to gain understanding by hearing the person’s story and how to share God’s story. The focus for our student interns is threefold: 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). Spiritually and emotionally mature students who have lived away from home. You need to be outgoing, have mature social skills, able to think creatively and invest in people. Have a growing relationship with God, been discipled one-on-one or having an interest in learning how to disciple. Prefer students that have been exposed to Colorado. Like the outdoors and able to be highly active (okay with using a bike from time to time as transportation). Spanish is helpful, but not required.
  • Team: 2 Females
  • Location: Loveland, CO
  • Amount you raise: $750 (total cost of project $1000)

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Engage the Campuses

Mission Focus: Collegiate Ministry, Church Planting

Service Dates: May 25 - Aug. 3, 2020, Orientation May 22 - 24, 2020
Application Deadline: Feb. 4, 2020
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 14 – 16, 2020

You will be a part of catalyzing generational church planting on and around London University Campuses. You will work with the University Team using your passions, gifts, and abilities to start healthy multiplying churches and work along side national partners to equip and encourage them to produce healthy multiplying churches. This will include Entry, Evangelism, Discipleship, Healthy Church Formation, Leadership Development, and Partnership. You will intentionally pursue the Gospel as it goes from University Campuses, to all of London, to all of the world. A large part of your job will be connecting disciples who are leaving university to one of the other four teams in London who will continue the task. We will provide training and guidance as we work together to accomplish the task at hand. This job needs a self-starter and team player who has a passion to see God move in and through the lives of university students.

  • Special requirements: Must have a passport or have applied for one by Feb. 7, 2020. Must be a Sophomore or above (in second year of college after high school graduation). Need students who are truly self-starters and team players. A learners attitude is also necessary in ministry here.
  • Team: 6 Students
  • Location: London, England
  • Amount you raise: $5600 (total cost of project $8680)

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Family Ministry Intern

Mission Focus: Criminal Justice, Social Work, Art

Service Dates: May 26 - Aug. 3, 2020, Orientation May 22 - 24, 2020
Application Deadline: Feb. 4, 2020
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 14 – 16, 2020

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 someone who loves to be around people and enjoys conversations. 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. You will have an incredible opportunity to develop your leadership skills, communication skills and personal spiritual growth.

  • 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, energetic, friendly, flexible, problem solving abilities, and especially a passion for the Lord. Helpful majors: Social work, Media Communications, Criminal Justice, Education, Sociology, Psychology or Art.
  • Team: 1 Student
  • Location: Huntsville, TX
  • Amount you raise: $720 (total cost of project $960)

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Hit the Streets - F2F

Mission Focus: Collegiate Ministry, Unreached Peoples

Service Dates: May 25 - July 3, 2020, Orientation May 22 - 24, 2020
Application Deadline: Feb. 4, 2020
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 14 – 16, 2020

Are you willing to hit the streets and college campuses? Do you care about the next generation? You will take on the role of university students reaching university students. Make a difference in this country’s upcoming generation of leaders. You are needed now! Will you take the challenge? 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 a passport or have applied for one by Feb. 7, 2020. Must be a Sophomore or above (in second year of college after high school graduation). Air pollution can be heavy; allergies and respiratory illness can be a problem. General good health is highly recommended. Lots of walking, standing and stair climbing is required. This project is not for those with severe asthma, adverse reaction to crowds or limited ability for physical exertion.
  • Team: 4 Students
  • Location: South Asia
  • Amount you raise: $3000 (total cost of project $4600)

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International Student Ministry - NT

Mission Focus: Internationals, ESL, Relationships

Service Dates: May 28 - July 30, 2020, Orientation May 22 - 24, 2020
Application Deadline: Feb. 4, 2020
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 14 – 16, 2020

Your team will seek to engage with international students within the English Language Institute program at the University with the purpose of forming relationships and sharing the Gospel. A goal will be to get your new friends connected to others in the Baptist Student Ministry so that the relationships can continue after the summer ends. The team will plan and hold social events designed to draw in international students. We need students who are comfortable with reaching out to and spending lots of time with others. Your first stop will be a joint orientation with other Nehemiah Teams, learning the skills needed to carry out your assignment as well as team building time. After this orientation, your team will fly to your final destination for the summer. Following your ministry time you will return for a joint debrief to share all God has done over the summer.

  • 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: 2 Males, 2 Females
  • Location: Newark, DE
  • Amount you raise: $2275 (total cost of project $3500)

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Jesus, Kids & Sports

Mission Focus: Children, Sports Camps, Teaching

Service Dates: May 29 - July 25, 2020, Orientation May 22 - 24, 2020
Application Deadline: Feb. 4, 2020
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 14 – 16, 2020

If you wish to share your faith through sports or want to learn how to share your faith through sports, this position is for you. You will be busy, you will travel, you will learn to work together as a team, you will sweat, you will be tired, but you will be blessed and have a summer you will long remember. You will serve at multiple churches in different states conducting sports camps and you will serve primarily as Sport Time Leader and Bible Study Facilitator. There will be a multitude of other things you will be engaged in throughout the day, as well. Be prepared to minister to students in Grades 1-6, have contact with several adults each week, and learn skills that can use into the future, like how to get along with people in difficult situations, how to organize an effective lesson plan and implement it and revise it as necessary. You will also learn how to communicate better by talking to kids who don't understand some of your big words. Plans can quickly change because of rain, more kids than you expected, the facility size is different than you expected, or because you may have to share your space unexpectedly with another Sport Time. Flexibility will be key!

  • Special requirements: NEED students who can teach a sport, are teachable, desire to be a part of a biblically based team and desire to contribute positively to the health of that culture. MUST be growing spiritually and willing to follow all Infinity Sports and Go Now Missions guidelines. Need to be able to creatively take the sports and Bible study material and present it to campers in an exciting way.
  • Team: 1 Male, 1 Female
  • Location: Nashville, TN
  • Amount you raise: $870 (total cost of project $1150)

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Live Fast or Die Chai'ing - F2F

Mission Focus: Women's Ministry, Missional Living

Service Dates: May 25 - July 3, 2020, Orientation May 22 - 24, 2020
Application Deadline: Feb. 4, 2020
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 14 – 16, 2020

Millions of women are COMPLETELY UNREACHED in South Asia. Are you willing to do something about it? Make an eternal impact through evangelism, discipleship, and training in a culture that does not celebrate womanhood or the gospel. Step in to women's lives and show them their value at the cross. They will not know unless someone tells them! Your first stop when you arrive in country will be F2F orientation, where you will 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 a passport or have applied for one by Feb. 7, 2020. Must be a Sophomore or above (in second year of college after high school graduation). Air pollution can be heavy; allergies and respiratory illness can be a problem. General good health is highly recommended. Lots of walking, standing and stair climbing is required. This project is not for those with severe asthma, adverse reaction to crowds or limited ability for physical exertion.
  • Team: 4 Students
  • Location: South Asia
  • Amount you raise: $3000 (total cost of project $4700)

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Live, Laugh, Love with Orphans

Mission Focus: Orphans, Teaching, Counseling, Construction

Service Dates: June 1 - Aug. 3, 2020, Orientation May 22 - 24, 2020
Application Deadline: Feb. 4, 2020
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 14 – 16, 2020

Restoring Hope Village provides a home, love, protection and a push towards Jesus for the children that are orphaned, abandoned, 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. Come serve alongside 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 and 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 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 a passport or have applied for one by Feb. 7, 2020. Must be a Junior or above (in third year of college after high school graduation). Flexibility is essential! Education majors are a great asset as homework is a large part of the daily activities. Guys that have construction experience or want to learn are needed. The most important trait is a servant’s heart.
  • Team: 2 Students
  • Location: South Africa
  • Amount you raise: $2670 (total cost of project $3560)

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Loving Our Youth!

Mission Focus: Children's Ministry, Social Work

Service Dates: June 1 - Aug. 2, 2020, Orientation May 22 - 24, 2020
Application Deadline: Feb. 4, 2020
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 14 – 16, 2020

Are you looking for a rewarding opportunity to work with children who may have been abused or experienced some type of trauma? Then the Marshall ranch is perfect for you. Have you ever wanted to make a difference in a child’s life and serve God at the same time? Then look no further. The ranch, located in the historical town of Goliad, has a peaceful feel. Every day is a full day and a learning experience! The children who live on the ranch come from challenging situations and are sometimes abused and neglected. It is our job to love on the children and help them heal from their past. Everything we teach and do is centered around Christ. We show these children that love is the key ingredient to healing a broken heart and past. We are seeking individuals who are energetic but have patience and determination to make a difference in each child they come across. God never gave up on us and we never give up or turn away any child.

  • Special requirements: Need to be patient, loving and very, very understanding that the children living at the ranch enter with a lot of emotional baggage and some have experienced physical or emotional abuse and even neglect.
  • Team: 1 Male, 1 Female
  • Location: Goliad, TX
  • Amount you raise: $675 (total cost of project $900)

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Loving the Unloved

Mission Focus: Pregnant Women & Babies, Counseling, Relationships

Service Dates: May 27 - July 31, 2020, Orientation May 22 - 24, 2020
Application Deadline: Feb. 4, 2020
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 14 – 16, 2020

The Living Vine is a Christian Maternity Home and Aftercare Program. We house expectant mothers and mothers with babies up to toddler age. The ladies in our program have backgrounds of abuse, neglect, and loss. Our program is designed to feel like a family, while also giving the residents the opportunity to hear Truth, learn His Word, and hopefully come to know the Lord. During your time with us, you will work with our full-time staff to love and teach residents, love on their babies and work in our thrift store, Blessingdales, which is used as a job training site for our residents. The Vine is an excellent choice for those who want to experience hands on ministry!

  • Special requirements: Must be at least 21 years old at time of serve and be CPR certified.
  • Team: 2 Females
  • Location: Savannah, GA
  • Amount you raise: $840 (total cost of project $1115)

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Manaus Sojourner - AMP

Mission Focus: Unreached Peoples, Bible Storying

Service Dates: May 25 - July 16, 2020, Orientation May 22 - 24, 2020
Application Deadline: Feb. 4, 2020
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 14 – 16, 2020

Do you have a desire to take the gospel where it has not yet been? Have you ever thought about using your gifts and talents to make disciples in the Amazon? Our focus is making disciples amongst the least reached people of the northwestern portion of Brazil. Strategy includes visiting communities, storying through the Bible, teaching using reproducible methods and learning culture. This team serves in both the large city of Manaus, as well as more rural communities. There is an emphasis on building relationships among healthy churches and encouraging them to leave the comfort of their walls to make disciples and plant churches where the gospel has not yet been heard. You will begin and end your summer at orientation and debriefing in Memphis, TN along with other students being sent to serve throughout the Americas.

  • Special requirements: Must have a passport or have applied for one by Feb. 7, 2020. Be willing to work in extreme heat and able to do rigorous activity. Be able to acclimate to differences in terrain, climate, tropical diseases, pollution, climbing of steps/stairs, walking great distances, and local diet.
  • Team: 2 Students
  • Location: Brazil
  • Amount you raise: $3300 (total cost of project $5100 )

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Media Team - NT

Mission Focus: Journalism, Photography, Evangelism

Service Dates: May 28 - July 30, 2020, Orientation May 22 - 24, 2020
Application Deadline: Feb. 4, 2020
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 14 – 16, 2020

In partnership with other Philippine-based teams, spend your summer sharing what God is doing through their daily ministries by using your media skills. You will travel between the teams, sharing their daily lives & stories through blog posts & capturing media clips. You’ll be involved in evangelism, always ready to share THE story with someone who hasn’t heard. 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 a passport or have applied for one by Feb. 7, 2020. Have good writing and media skills. Be in good physical condition. Field supervisor must know of any preexisting physical conditions. The following conditions would make accepting this assignment difficult: asthma, diabetes, severe allergies or limited physical mobility. You will be assigned individually to work with other Philippine teams as the media person.
  • Team: 1 Student
  • Location: Philippines
  • Amount you raise: $2900 (total cost of project $4400)

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Multiply Internship

Mission Focus: Multiethnic Urban Ministry

Service Dates: May 29 - Aug. 3, 2020, Orientation May 22 - 24, 2020
Application Deadline: Feb. 4, 2020
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 14 – 16, 2020

New York City is one of the world’s most diverse cities with 190 nations represented in the city. 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 to serve and spread the good news in. You could be helping in block parties, servant evangelism, VBS, ESL classes, Bible studies, or discipleship. Your placement will be largely determined by both the gifts and the passions that God has given you. 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: 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 must also be able to effectively and accurately communicate the gospel to diverse people. Ability to speak other languages is helpful but not necessary.
  • Team: 4 Students (Students live in community at MNYBA, but serve individually at your assigned church)
  • Location: New York City, NY
  • Amount you raise: $2600 (total cost of project $4020)

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NAME Gateway

Mission Focus: Missional Living, Arabic Speakers

Service Dates: May 30 - July 24, Orientation May 22 - 24, 2020
Application Deadline: Feb. 4, 2020
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 14 – 16, 2020

If you are up for adventure and love to share the story of God, then you belong here! This summer will forever change your worldview about Arabs. Sharing your faith with the locals is much 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. 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 a passport or have applied for one by Feb. 7, 2020.
  • Team: 3 Students, Same gender
  • Location: Middle East
  • Amount you raise: $3375 (total cost of project $5200)

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Oaxaca Village Sojourner - AMP

Mission Focus: Unreached Peoples, Sports, ESL, Community Development

Service Dates: May 25 - July 16, 2020, Orientation May 22 - 24, 2020
Application Deadline: Feb. 4, 2020
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 14 – 16, 2020

Invest your summer in beautiful Oaxaca, Mexico. You will live near the city of Oaxaca, work in an indigenous village to help with creative access projects and share the good news in unreached villages. You will gain access into communities through sports, ESL, and other community development projects. Through the relationships you build you will be able to share the good news with many who do not have a relationship with Christ. Your work will help establish and continue work in nearby villages. You will begin and end your summer at orientation and debriefing in Memphis, TN along with other students being sent to serve throughout the Americas.

  • Special requirements: Must have a passport or have applied for one by Feb. 7, 2020. Must be in good physical health and condition, able to walk distances and endure high elevations. Be emotionally healthy and able to work well with other U.S. and national partners. The nature of the assignment may restrict internet access for several days at a time.
  • Team: 2 Students
  • Location: Mexico
  • Amount you raise: $2600 (total cost of project $3460)

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Pickle Project

Mission Focus: Marketplace Missions

Service Dates: TBA, check gonowmissions.com for dates, Orientation May 22 - 24, 2020
Application Deadline: Feb. 4, 2020
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 14 – 16, 2020

This is a unique opportunity to engage in marketplace ministry with fellow employees and people in the community. The students who accept this position will be employed by the Portland Pickles baseball team working in a concession stand, cleaning the park and in other necessary ways as you are needed. You will actually be an employee, so you will need to have a food handlers license. This is a summer of hard work and amazing relational evangelism opportunities both at work and in the community.

  • Special requirements: Must be a Sophomore or above (in second year of college after high school graduation). Must be a hard worker, teachable, flexible, reliable, and mature with a positive attitude and able to work in a very secular context where you will be confronted with a lost world very loudly. Your work ethic, attitude and actions will determine if future teams can serve with the Pickles. If you struggle with sexual identity, this is NOT a good context for you.
  • Team: 2 Males, 2 Females OR 4 Males OR 4 Females
  • Location: Portland, OR
  • Amount you raise: $2150 (total cost of project $2900) You will have a paying job. Some of your salary will be used to purchase food during the summer. The remainder of your salary will be yours to keep.

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Restorative Justice Intern

Mission Focus: Prison Ministry, Chaplaincy

Service Dates: May 27 - July 30, 2020, Orientation May 22 - 24, 2020
Application Deadline: Feb. 4, 2020
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 14 – 16, 2020

As an intern your primary responsibility is to help the inmates and staff at the prison discover, develop, and duplicate their faith in Jesus Christ, fulfilling the role of Correctional Chaplain. The correctional chaplain has direct responsibilities for the operation of the chaplaincy programs within the institution. The chaplain intern position supports the institutional chaplaincy department within the normal range of chaplaincy services pertaining to provisions of worship opportunities, religious education programs, and a variety of personal counseling needs complying with all applicable rules, policies, and procedures related to security. You will also attend and participate in the youth/collegiate ministry of FBC Bratt, under the supervision of the Pastor and Student Pastor. Specific activities include preaching and sharing your testimony, teaching youth and college Sunday School classes, participating in youth and college outreach programs, and teaching in Vacation Bible School.

  • Special requirements: Must be a Sophomore or above (in second year of college after high school graduation). Maturity is a major requirement because the Intern will be working in a Maximum Security Prison with one-on-one contact with the prisoners.
  • Team: 2 Males
  • Location: Bratt, FL
  • Amount you raise: $790 (total cost of project $1050)

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Rockin' Romania

Mission Focus: Teach Music, Relationships

Service Dates: May 28 - July 30, 2020, Orientation May 22 - 24, 2020
Application Deadline: Feb. 4, 2020
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 14 – 16, 2020

Use your musical skills to teach young people to play guitar, keyboard, flute, drums & percussion. You will help local believers develop music teams for worship, tutor community children and watch as relationships open doors for the Gospel. The local supervisor specifically asks for students who can offer beginning instruction/tutoring in piano, guitar, drums/Cajon and voice. 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 a passport or have applied for one by Feb. 7, 2020. Able to offer beginning instruction/tutoring in piano, guitar, drums/Cajon or voice. Able to do extensive walking. Field Supervisor should be made aware of any pre-existing conditions that could be affected by local foods/environment/physical demand of assignment.
  • Team: 2 Students, Same gender
  • Location: Romania
  • Amount you raise: $2300 (total cost of project $3560)

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Roots Community Church Intern

Mission Focus: Church Planting, Evangelism

Service Dates: June 1 - Aug. 3, 2020, Orientation May 22 - 24, 2020
Application Deadline: Feb. 4, 2020
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 14 – 16, 2020

Seattle is an influential city—think of Amazon, Google, Boeing and 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, a great teammate and a selfless, servant heart. Should display maturity and tact when speaking with people from all ages and backgrounds. You are encouraged to truly know what you believe, as Seattle is a humanistic, politically correct city that will challenge beliefs.
  • Team: 2 Males, 2 Females
  • Location: Seattle, WA
  • Amount you raise: $2380 (total cost of project $3660)

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Santiago Sojourner - AMP

Mission Focus: Youth & Collegiate Ministry, ESL, Sports, Church Planting

Service Dates: May 25 - July 16, 2020, Orientation May 22 - 24, 2020
Application Deadline: Feb. 4, 2020
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 14 – 16, 2020

Invest your summer to make disciples among high school and university students in Santiago, Chile. You will develop friendships with Chilean youth for the purpose of making disciples through intentional English and sports ministry in local schools. You will serve alongside the IMB team and volunteer teams from the USA for one-week projects in church planting. You will begin and end your summer at orientation and debriefing in Memphis, TN along with other students being sent to serve throughout the Americas.

  • Special requirements: Must have a passport or have applied for one by Feb. 7, 2020. Able to do extensive walking. Poor air quality, so severe asthma and allergies might be aggravated by air pollution.
  • Team: 4 Students
  • Location: Santiago, Chile
  • Amount you raise: $3200 (total cost of project $4530)

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Sharing the Gospel with the Nations

Mission Focus: Immigrants, Urban Church Planting

Service Dates: May 25, 2020 - July 25, 2020, Orientation May 22 - 24, 2020
Application Deadline: Feb. 4, 2020
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 14 – 16, 2020

Where can you find over 100 unreached people groups (UPGs) represented and almost 900 spoken languages? The nations of gathered in New York City! Come partner with Jackson Heights Community Church (JHCC), an established church plant in the heart of Queens, NYC to actively engage the diverse neighborhood and share the gospel. People come from all over the world to Jackson Heights, but the majority are from South Asia, including India, Pakistan, Tibet, Nepal and Bangladesh. You will learn about various cultures and world religions to help you better share the Gospel with the people of this diverse neighborhood. As an intern, you will help us better serve the local neighborhood and continue to live out the church’s vision and mission as we grow. Activities may include community and parks outreach, “street evangelism” and Gospel witnessing in plazas and subways, leading training for visiting mission teams, working with children, VBS activities and more. Jackson Heights Community Church is part of the MNYBA (Metropolitan New York Baptist Association) and a Global Gates church plant.

  • Special requirements: Able to take on leadership responsibilities. Able to build relationships and share the gospel effectively with people from different cultures and walks of life. Flexible and enjoy working with children. Helpful but not required: Ability to speak another language.
  • Team: 2 Students
  • Location: New York City, NY
  • Amount you raise: $3100 (total cost of project $4790)

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South Asian Outreach Intern

Mission Focus: Immigrants, Urban Ministry

Service Dates: May 25, 2020 - July 25, 2020, Orientation May 22 - 24, 2020
Application Deadline: Feb. 4, 2020
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 14 – 16, 2020

Do you have an interest in reaching South Asians with the gospel? 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 seekers. You will be vital to our efforts to plant churches among the more than 1.5 million South Asians in NYC. Be part of the strategy to engage, evangelize, disciple, church plant and empower locals to take the gospel back to their home countries.

  • Special requirements: Self starter, willing to learn how to share the Gospel with peoples of other cultures. Experience in outreach with unreached people groups is a plus. Helpful but not required: Speak a South Asian Language (Bengali, Hindi, Punjabi, Urdu or Nepali) Videography, marketing or social media skills.
  • Team: 2 Students
  • Location: New York City, NY
  • Amount you raise: $3100 (total cost of project $4790)

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Sports & Drama Camp Intern

Mission Focus: Sports Camps, Children & Families

Service Dates: June 1 - Aug. 3, 2020, Orientation May 22 - 24, 2020
Application Deadline: Feb. 4, 2020
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 14 – 16, 2020

You could be a key part of one of our church’s most effective family outreach events in our diverse and urban neighborhood! For more than 10 years, Discovery’s Sports Camp has mobilized over 100 volunteers each year to reach the children and families of our neighborhood with Sports, Drama, Worship and more - and every year we see entire families impacted. You will serve as part of a team of interns, learning our city and our mission, working with our staff, gaining so much practical ministry experience and so much opportunity to see God at work. Join us!

  • Special requirements: Have skills or giftings in one or more of these areas: sports, speaking, drama, organization or working with kids. If you have a heart to love Jesus, to invest in people, to challenge themselves outside your comfort zone, grow in gospel conversations and to interact with people from all kinds of backgrounds, we have a place for you!
  • Team: 2 Students
  • Location: Tacoma, WA
  • Amount you raise: $1000 (total cost of project $1350 )

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Summer Activities Intern

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

Service Dates: May 25 - Aug. 1, 2020, Orientation May 22 - 24, 2020
Application Deadline: Feb. 4, 2020
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 14 – 16, 2020

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

  • Special requirements: Fun-loving, energetic and willing to serve at-risk children. Requires flexibility, initiative to engage in relationships with children, and a willingness to share Christ with others through discipleship.
  • Team: 1 Male, 1 Female
  • Location: Beeville, TX
  • Amount you raise: $675 (total cost of project $900)

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Taking Church to the People

Mission Focus: Apartment Ministry, Meet Physical Needs

Service Dates: May 25 - Aug. 3, 2020, Orientation May 22 - 24, 2020
Application Deadline: Feb. 4, 2020
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 14 – 16, 2020

You will have the opportunity to help lead in Mission Arlington’s apartment churches as well as at the main office. You will sort donations, talk with families in need of assistance, and help with the demands of the day-to-day work at Mission Arlington. You will also help lead Bible studies, afterschool programs, youth activities, and other events at each apartment church. In every opportunity you have, you will get to share Jesus with others and make a lasting impact on other’s lives. Serving at Mission Arlington is not a job, it is a calling. Students serve 7 days a week here at Mission Arlington and in our apartment communities.

  • Special requirements: Must be flexible and willing to work hard. There are many different ways to serve at Mission Arlington. Your skills and abilities will be assessed so that you serve with those gifts.
  • Team: 2 Students
  • Location: Arlington, TX
  • Amount you raise: $1000 (total cost of project $1575)

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Team Taunus

Mission Focus: Relationships, Children's & Youth Ministry

Service Dates: May 28 - July 13, 2020, Orientation May 22 - 24, 2020
Application Deadline: Feb. 4, 2020
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 14 – 16, 2020

Are you willing to leave your comfort zone to impact the nations with the Gospel? Are you outgoing and willing to initiate contact with people who are different from you? Would you consider a missions opportunity which ALSO includes the opportunity to get to know the people of an international church? Team Taunus will be involved in an exciting ministry in two German cities, two German states, and a variety of ministries! The first major assignment is to do outreach on one of the largest and oldest university campuses in Germany. This will include ministering as a team, as well as reaching out and building relationships as individuals. Evangelism in Germany is a relationship building process and it takes someone willing to invest time in getting to know people and be intentional in sharing their faith. It is NOT a program. Contacts and connections with existing (German language) ministries on campus help provide important cultural context, but you MUST be willing to be creative and intentional in getting to know people and investing in them. 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 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.

  • Special requirements: Must have a passport or have applied for one by Feb. 7, 2020. Must be a Sophomore or above (in second year of college after high school graduation). Must be independent, outgoing, creative, willing to adapt, and love people. Flexibility, an ability to engage people from a large variety of cultures and being a self-starter are key for this position! German language skills are a plus, but not required.
  • Team: 2 Males, 2 Females
  • Location: Germany
  • Amount you raise: $2400 (total cost of project $3300)

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Tropical Harvesters - NT

Mission Focus: Village Visits, Bible Storying

Service Dates: May 28 - July 30, 2020, Orientation May 22 - 24, 2020
Application Deadline: Feb. 4, 2020
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 14 – 16, 2020

Travel by jeepney and motorcycle into remote villages in the Agusan River Valley to share your life and His story. They are ready. Are you? 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 a passport or have applied for one by Feb. 7, 2020. 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: $3450 (total cost of project $5300)

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University City Outreach

Mission Focus: Collegiate Ministry, Relationships

Service Dates: June 1, 2020 - July 31, 2020, Orientation May 22 - 24, 2020
Application Deadline: Feb. 4, 2020
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 14 – 16, 2020

Our city has over a million college students on 85 campuses. We need help! Our team is small and we need you to come work alongside us to reach these students. There are many opportunities to make friends and share. People here love to learn English and that gives us an easy way to meet their needs while showing them God’s love. You will go to university campuses to meet new friends and invite them to go do the things they love. Friendships are easy to make and build quickly, so you’ll have many opportunities to share the Gospel. You will be blessed while you are blessing others and this will be a trip you will never forget.

  • Special requirements: Must have a passport or have applied for one by Feb. 7, 2020. Able to do extensive walking. Poor air quality and high humidity, so severe asthma and allergies might be aggravated by air pollution. Please notify of food allergies.
  • Team: 6 Students
  • Location: East Asia
  • Amount you raise: $3700 (total cost of project $5800)

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University Freshman Team

Mission Focus: University Students, Discipleship

Service Dates: May 25, 2019 - July 17, 2019, Orientation May 22 - 24, 2020
Application Deadline: Feb. 4, 2020
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 14 – 16, 2020

On various campuses in Taichung area, over the course of 8 weeks, the Intern team will observe, participate, lead and train in Bible studies, discipleship and evangelism. You will learn by doing, assisting local missionaries in student outreach, discipleship and training. You will also gain experience working with non-American students to be better prepared to work with international students on your campus in Texas when you return home.

  • Special requirements: Must have a passport or have applied for one by Feb. 7, 2020. Student must be in good health due to heat, humidity, extensive walking and sports activities. Sports background is helpful but not required. Students should have been discipled.
  • Team: 4 Freshman Students from the UT BSM, 1 Adult Coordinator
  • Location: Taiwan
  • Amount you raise: $3800 (total cost of project $5075)

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Urban Immersion

Mission Focus: Urban Ministry, Meeting Physical Needs

Service Dates: May 26 - July 25, 2020, Orientation May 22 - 24, 2020
Application Deadline: Feb. 4, 2020
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 14 – 16, 2020

Come join us in living and working in the 4th largest and most diverse city in America. While serving at the Mission Centers of Houston, you will be trained in sharing your faith, discipling others and 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 finished. Each week you will have multiple opportunities to teach and 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 visiting youth mission groups in prayer walking and serving in all our ministries. Each Sunday, you will attend worship (some with various ethnic churches) and may have opportunities to share what God is doing in your life during your summer. You will develop as a leader and as a disciple and your vision, heart, and skills for missions will grow exponentially.

  • Special requirements: A hard-working student with plenty of stamina with a HUGE heart for God and His people. Spanish is helpful, but not a required.
  • Team: 2 Students
  • Location: Houston, TX
  • Amount you raise: $720 (total cost of project $960)

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Urban Risktakers

Mission Focus: Relationships, ESL, Trafficked People, Deaf, Prison Ministry

Service Dates: June 1 - July 29, 2020, Orientation May 22 - 24, 2020
Application Deadline: Feb. 4, 2020
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 14 – 16, 2020

In our city of 3.5 million, there are people from all walks of life who are trapped in darkness. We need students who are ready, able, and eager to get creative to look for ways to engage our city with the Gospel. You will have opportunities to build relationships with young adults through an English language community. They are waiting to be your friend and hear about the hope that’s only found in Jesus. Through personal conversations over dinner, music, games, sports, etc., You will have the opportunity to make friends and share Truth. Through an outreach ministry and employment center for victims of human trafficking, you can apply your gifts and skills to make a difference in the lives of these women. Other ministries may include prison ministry, working with street kids, deaf ministry, and exploring the streets of the city looking for open doors. You need to be disciplined and self-motivated. We want you to discover how God wants to use you in a unique way to impact our city. If you enjoy teaching, there use that gift through discipleship groups and teaching English. If you have business skills, help us improve small business, which helps women. If you are creative & enjoy design, sewing, or jewelry making you can help us design new products or improve our existing products.

  • Special requirements: Must have a passport or have applied for one by Feb. 7, 2020. We need students who enjoy spending time with people and learning about a new culture. We need people with skills in business or who are creative. Self-motivation is a definite plus.
  • Team: 2 Students
  • Location: Southeast Asia
  • Amount you raise: $2650 (total cost of project $4070)

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Venezuelan Border Sojourner - AMP

Mission Focus: Refugees, Relationships, Meeting Physical Needs

Service Dates: May 25 - July 16, 2020, Orientation May 22 - 24, 2020
Application Deadline: Feb. 4, 2020
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 14 – 16, 2020

Spend your summer with Venezuelans fleeing the devastation in their country, as well as with Colombians who are displaced within their own country. You will work with the Toque de Vida foundation, a ministry to these people. Your daily job will include setting up for the morning group of refugees, helping to receive them, serving breakfast, organizing items given for their morning showers, doing activities with the children and listening to the adults share their stories. During hours when the refugees are not on site, you will be sorting and organizing clothing and other articles to give to those fleeing their homes, as well as other preparations for the foundation ministries. Spanish proficiency is a must, as a significant part of this ministry involves listening to people who need to be heard. Your Spanish needs to be at a level that allows you to carry and understand basic conversations. Come prepared to lead devotionals, Bible studies and share the gospel message and your testimony with people who have no biblical or Christian context. You will work with people whose lives have been turned upside down, who have lost their country, who are in a state of crisis, and who have undergone and are undergoing great stress and trauma. You must be emotionally healthy and mature with a servant’s heart for helping people who are treated poorly elsewhere, have good listening skills, be willing to stand in front of a small group and lead a Bible study or teach children, and show the love of Christ in word and deed. You will begin and end your summer at orientation and debriefing in Memphis, TN along with other students being sent to serve throughout the Americas.

  • Special requirements: Must have a passport or have applied for one by Feb. 7, 2020. Must be an advanced Spanish Speaker. You must be emotionally healthy and mature, have a servant heart, good listening skills and willing to stand in front of a group to lead or teach. Good overall health is very important.
  • Team: 2 Students
  • Location: Colombia
  • Amount you raise: $3400 (total cost of project $4900)

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Worship Team Intern

Mission Focus: Leading Worship, Youth Ministry

Service Dates: May 25 - Aug. 3, 2020, Orientation May 22 - 24, 2020
Application Deadline: Feb. 4, 2020
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 14 – 16, 2020

You are needed to lead and assist in worship for the summer. You will be encouraged to use a variety of musical instruments and styles to lead worship on Sunday mornings and in a mid-week student ministry gathering. You will be encouraged to partner with our existing “older” worship team and facilitate weekly or bi-weekly rehearsals. You will have additional opportunities to assist our high school students and lead worship for VBS.

  • Special requirements: Musicians who can play guitar, drums, bass or other instruments. We have a talented pianist already, but she would not mind sharing that role.
  • Team: 2 Students
  • Location: Texas City, TX
  • Amount you raise: $720 (total cost of project $960)

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Amazon Medical Team

Mission Focus: Medical Missions, Unreached Peoples

Service Dates: May 16 - May 25, 2020, Orientation in Houston before departure to the field: May 14 - 15, 2020
Application Deadline: Feb. 4, 2020
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 14 – 16, 2020

Join us as we do Medical Missions along the Amazon River Basin! We will conduct medical clinics in multiple villages along the Amazon River in Southern Brazil. Some medical knowledge is helpful, but we will train on the basics for the week. You must be able to live and work in uncomfortable, rugged, bare-bones conditions and must be in good health with a positive attitude. It will be adventurous and rewarding as we use medicine to share Jesus! You will be doing intakes, including blood pressure, glucose, weight, height, and other information and you will also share the Gospel with each patient you encounter. You will be staying/ living on a boat in the Amazon for the week. There will be no hot showers and you will sleep in a hammock in open air.

  • Special requirements: Must have a passport or have applied for one by Feb. 7, 2020. Must be a Sophomore or above (in second year of college after high school graduation). Medical, Nursing, Pre-med students only.
  • Team: 5 Students (Will be part of a larger team of medical professionals and Med students.)
  • Location: Brazil
  • Amount you raise: $2900 (total cost of project $3900)

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Baseball Outreach

Mission Focus: Baseball, Evangelism, Discipleship

Service Dates: June 1 - June 11, 2019, Orientation May 22 - 24, 2020
Application Deadline: Feb. 4, 2020
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 14 – 16, 2020

Missionaries are using sports, specifically baseball and softball, to reach communities with the Gospel and are discipling coaches, athletes, and families in the Balkans region. This ministry is focused on partnering with local churches to raise up national missionaries to reach the region for Christ! Help is needed in the running of camps and clinics. If you love baseball and Jesus, consider how God can use you to impact Europe!

  • Special requirements: Must have a passport or have applied for one by Feb. 7, 2020. Baseball or softball experience/background.
  • Team: 6 Males OR 3 Males, 3 Females, 1 Adult Coordinator
  • Location: Balkans Region
  • Amount you raise: $3080 (total cost of project $4100)

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Caring for the Least of These

Mission Focus: Business as Missions, Advocacy

Service Dates: June 3 - June 24, 2020, Orientation May 22 - 24, 2020
Application Deadline: Feb. 4, 2020
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 14 – 16, 2020

Discover South Asia! On this trip we will meet people from the many religious communities; we will share meals, dance, and talk about things that matter the most. We will be in the northern part of the country and will serve alongside brothers and sisters in Christ who use business for good and who provide medical care and advocacy for “the least of these.”

  • Special requirements: Must have a passport or have applied for one by Feb. 7, 2020. All majors and interests are welcome. This is for intrepid travelers who have the maturity to be uncomfortable, to be in crowds, and willing to share the Gospel with people from other religions.
  • Team: 8 Students, 1 Adult Coordinator
  • Location: South Asia
  • Amount you raise: $2600 (total cost of project $3500)

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City Medical Team

Mission Focus: Medical Missions

Service Dates: July 11 - 17, 2020, Orientation May 22 - 24, 2020
Application Deadline: Feb. 4, 2020
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 14 – 16, 2020

Meeting medical needs can open the door to the gospel! Your team will assist Mexican medical professionals to conduct clinics in Baptist churches in the areas of greatest need in the city. You will assist with setting up the clinics, taking vital signs and dispensing medications. You may also get to partner with a local health care provided in doing exams. The team will invest in the community, empowering local believers to meet the needs of their neighbors. You will meet spiritual needs by partner with the pastors and church members to pray and share with each person who comes to the clinic. Translators will be provided. Come use your medical major on mission The team will be housed at the Baptist Seminary.

  • Special requirements: Must have a passport or have applied for one by Feb. 7, 2020, Must be Nursing or Pre Med Student. Willing to engage in both medical treatment and evangelism. Helpful, but not required: Spanish Speaker.
  • Team: 8 students, 2 Adult Coordinators
  • Location: Mexico City, Mexico
  • Amount you raise: $1100 (total cost of project $1400)

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Concrete and Cranes

Mission Focus: VBS, Prayer Walking, Youth Ministry, Evangelism & Discipleship

Service Dates: July 1 - July 31, 2020, Orientation May 22 -24, 2020
Application Deadline: Feb. 4, 2020
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 14 – 16, 2020

Look up—way up. That’s where we’re headed. Where I-beams float effortlessly high overhead, carefully guided into place by powerful machinery. Where steel and glass converge in a colossal design that appears to almost touch the sky. These magnificent structures were elaborately designed and intricately built. Yet they all began the same way—with a solid foundation. This summer, you will grab your “hard hats” and head out to the “construction site” (our neighborhood) to discover that skyscrapers aren’t the only things that need a rock-solid foundation. Come and help us build a solid foundation of faith in our community by working in vacation bible school, youth ministry, prayer-walking, one-on-one witnessing and training.

  • Special requirements: Willing, servant attitude. Helpful but not required: Able to speak Russian, Filipino, or Spanish. Able to play guitar or keyboard, Able to sing or lead worship.
  • Team: 2 Females
  • Location: Vancouver, WA
  • Amount you raise: $875 (total cost of project $1030)

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Congo College Connectors

Mission Focus: Bible Storying, ESL

Service Dates: May 26 - June 29, 2020, Orientation May 22 - 24, 2020
Application Deadline: Feb. 4, 2020
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 14 – 16, 2020

As a Congo College Connector, you and a partner will stay with a Congolese family, where possible. You will then be paired with a national college student, who will serve as your translator for your time here. You will do life and ministry together. With your American and Congolese colleagues, you will lead English camps as well as Bible storying groups on the importance of sexual purity. Extra time will be used mapping the city and working with a new ministry reaching out to street children

  • Special requirements: Must have a passport or have applied for one by Feb. 7, 2020. Must be a Sophomore or above (in second year of college after high school graduation). Must be a member of a Baptist Church. French speakers would have a great advantage, but it is not necessary. Come as a learner, humble, ready to take in culture and learn from the people. A lot of false gospel is present and can sound good, so it is imperative to be well grounded in the Word and ready to check all that one hears.
  • Team: 2 Males, 2 Females
  • Location: Democratic Republic of the Congo
  • Amount you raise: $3000 (total cost of project $4350)

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Cross Cultural Leadership Camp Mentors

Mission Focus: Peer Mentoring, Cross-Cultural Relationships

Service Dates: July 10 - July 29, 2020, Orientation May 22 - 24, 2020
Application Deadline: Feb. 4, 2020
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 14 – 16, 2020

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 and leading universities in the country are invited to send their top students. Serving as a peer mentor for a small group, you will get to interact with and influence their future leaders. You will have the chance to get to know your group and to share your life and your beliefs in the small group, as well as in a one- on- one setting.

  • Special requirements: Must have a passport or have applied for one by Feb. 7, 2020
  • Team: 2 Students
  • Location: East Asia
  • Amount you raise: $2400 (total cost of project $3175)

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Intersect Interfaith

Mission Focus: Interfaith Dialogue, Prayer Walking, Evangelism

Service Dates: July 1 - July 10, 2020, Orientation May 22 - 24, 2020
Application Deadline: Feb. 4, 2020
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 14 – 16, 2020

Resolved For Provo is an evangelistic ministry to the least reached metro area in North America: Provo/Orem, UT. Our city is 0.5% born-again. There are 75,000 college students in our metro with 99.85% being lost. One of the main outreach events that we do each month is called Intersect. Intersect is an interfaith dialogue event. The Intersect Utah Team will be prayer-walking, sharing the gospel and inviting college students and young adults to attend Intersect.

  • Special requirements: Evangelism and Outreach minded. Personable, strong interpersonal skills. Works well with a team.
  • Team: 5 Students
  • Location: Provo, UT
  • Amount you raise: $940 (total cost of project $1100)

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Navajo Cross-cultural Ministry

Mission Focus: Construction, Camps, Cross Cultural Exchanges

Service Dates: May 25 - June 1, 2020, Orientation May 22 - 24, 2020
Application Deadline: Feb. 4, 2020
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 14 – 16, 2020

Bringing the Gospel to the Navajo people is a labor of love. Creator’s Fellowship Church invites you to show and share the love of Christ to the Navajo. You will serve in a cross-cultural setting as you learn about this beautiful and unreached people group right here in the United States. This project will include light construction, kids camps, cross cultural exchanges and humanitarian service.

  • Special requirements: Participate in webinar trainings prior to departure dates.
  • Team: 4 Males, 1 Adult Coordinator
  • Location: Gallup, NM
  • Amount you raise: $1800 (total cost of project $2450)

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New Churches New England

Mission Focus: Church Planting, Community Research

Service Dates: July 1 - July 31, 2020, Orientation May 22 -24, 2020
Application Deadline: Feb. 4, 2020
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 14 – 16, 2020

New England is home to six states which consistently rank among the most unreached and unchurched states in North America. Research places 6 of the top 7 post Christian cities in America in New England. The Baptist Convention of New England is aggressively working to share the gospel and make disciples in the region and you will experience being part of this effort. From working with very young church plants to churches that are renewing their commitment to their communities, you will be the hands and feet of Jesus as you serve people and speak the gospel to those who have little exposure to the Bible and Jesus.

  • Special requirements: Willingness to work as a team player. Willingness to trust local leaders and missionaries. Ability to share the gospel.
  • Team: 6 Students, 2 Adult Coordinator (Will be spilt into two teams)
  • Location: New England
  • Amount you raise: $1820 (total cost of project $2425)

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Noah's Ark Children's Home

Mission Focus: Orphans, Sports, Construction

Service Dates: June 6 - June 20, 2020, Orientation May 22 - 24, 2020
Application Deadline: Feb. 4, 2020
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 14 – 16, 2020

Come minister at a boys orphanage in Jamaica with children ages 6-18. There are many opportunities to pour into the lives of these children through sports, Bible studies, activities, and discipleship. You will eat meals with the children, host a five-day sports camp, lead daily devotionals and spend five days doing community projects providing food and the gospel to those who need it most. There will also be some minor construction projects and you will be able to attend church services with the boys. Join us as we hang out and build relationships.

  • Special requirements: Must have a passport or have applied for one by Feb. 7, 2020. Must love children, have a servant heart, able to work in extreme heat with not air conditioning and be willing to invest in the lives of those who have been rejected or abandoned by their families. Need athletic abilities to teach soccer and baseball skills.
  • Team: 6 Students
  • Location: Jamaica
  • Amount you raise: $2300 (total cost of project $2875 )

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Olympics Outreach

Mission Focus: Festival Ministry, Sports, Evangelism

Service Dates: July 22 - Aug. 3, 2020, Orientation May 22 - 24, 2020
Application Deadline: Feb. 4, 2020
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 14 – 16, 2020

Come help Japanese churches engage their nation through dozens of Open Crowd Festivals. Open Crowd Festivals can be described as a big party in the local park for kids, youth, adults with games, music, face painting, large group games, mini sports, dance, juggling, tug of war etc. You will be involved in up to 4 Festivals over your time in Japan, including the possibility of festivals in other regions outside of Tokyo. The goal of the festivals is to make friends for Jesus as the first step toward discipleship and community transformation. You’ll be given some training beforehand and on our first day in Japan. We need you to bring your smile and your energy to Japan! PLEASE NOTE: this trip is not for the purpose of you attending the Olympic games. It is for the purpose of sharing the gospel with the people of Japan and visiting tourists. You will only be able to attend Olympic events if you have free time and at your own expense. The cost of attending events at the Olympic games is not included in the cost.

  • Special requirements: Must have a passport or have applied for one by Feb. 7, 2020. High energy, willing to engage strangers. Sports background helpful, but not required.
  • Team: 8 Students, 1 Adult Coordinator
  • Location: Japan
  • Amount you raise: $2900 (total cost of project $3900)

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Outdoor Adventure

Mission Focus: Outdoor Ministry, Children's & Youth Ministry

Service Dates: June 11 - July 9, 2020, Orientation May 22 - 24, 2020
Application Deadline: Feb. 4, 2020
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 14 – 16, 2020

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 only in the evenings. Interns will be trained to effectively build relationships with the unchurched through activities such as backpacking, archery, kayaking and camping. Through sports camp, adventure camp and VBS, you will minister often to children, many of whom have never heard the Gospel. You will go on missional expeditions with other local church plants as they seek to build bridges with the lost. You will also serve by camping with the unchurched, ministering in the children’s or youth department at Wed./Sun. services, youth events and backpacking and adventuring around the Missoula area.

  • Special requirements: Need to enjoy working with children, have a passion for the wild outdoors (you will be sleeping in tents at times) and be excellent team players with a servants heart.
  • Team: 4 Students
  • Location: Missoula, MT
  • Amount you raise: $900 (total cost of project $1065)

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Reaching Alaska

Mission Focus: Children's Ministry, VBS

Service Dates: June 30 - Aug. 1, 2020, Orientation May 22 - 24, 2020
Application Deadline: Feb. 4, 2020
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 14 – 16, 2020

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 serving as role models for children. We need you to help us infect our state with the Gospel!

  • Special requirements: Creative, flexible, extrovert, physically fit, driven, self-starter, hard working, hospitable, gracious, approachable, responsive to change, enjoys outdoors, sensitive, alert, and prepared to share the Gospel.
  • Team: 2 Students
  • Location: Anchorage, AK
  • Amount you raise: $2450 (total cost of project $3275)

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Refugee Discipleship

Mission Focus: Refugees, Discipleship, ESL

Service Dates: June 1 - June 27, 2020, Orientation May 22 - 24, 2020
Application Deadline: Feb. 4, 2020
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 14 – 16, 2020

Come serve refugees from the north who want to learn English, American culture and the Bible. You will work with schools to provide English activities as native English speakers for beginning level English language students from a neighboring country. They are Christians already, but do not have experience with following God or knowledge about the Christian life. You can build personal relationships in the process of teaching English, then help to disciple them in the basics of living as a disciple of Christ. Be ready to teach assurance of salvation, quiet time, Bible reading, prayer, and Scripture memory.

  • Special requirements: Must have a passport or have applied for one by Feb. 7, 2020. Must be a Sophomore or above (in second year of college after high school graduation). English Teaching skills and Educational skills helpful. Willing to sleep on the floor sometimes, eat local foods and embrace cultural differences.
  • Team: 2 Females
  • Location: South Korea
  • Amount you raise: $2370 (total cost of project $2970)

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Share Jesus: Make a Lasting Impression

Mission Focus: Apartment Ministry, Meet Physical Needs

Service Dates: Any 2 to 4 weeks between May 25 - Aug. 3, 2020, Orientation May 22 - 24, 2020
Application Deadline: Feb. 4, 2020
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 14 – 16, 2020

You will have the opportunity to help lead in Mission Arlington’s apartment churches as well as at the main office. You will sort donations, talk with families in need of assistance, and help with the demands of the day-to-day work at Mission Arlington. You will also help lead Bible studies, after school programs, youth activities, and other events that each apartment church has going on. In every opportunity you have, you will get to share Jesus with others and make a lasting impact on other’s lives. Serving at Mission Arlington is not a job. It is a life that God has called each one to. Students serve 7 days a week here at Mission Arlington as well as in the apartment communities.

  • Special requirements: You must be flexible and willing to work hard. There are many different ways to serve at Mission Arlington. Your skills and abilities will be assessed so that you serve with those gifts.
  • Team: 3 Students
  • Location: Arlington, TX
  • Amount you raise: TWO WEEKS: $450 plus cost of flight if needed (total cost of project $590); FOUR WEEKS: $590 plus cost of flight if needed (total cost of project $730)

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Zona Crew

Mission Focus: Youth Camp Staff

Service Dates: June 17 - June 27, 2020, Orientation May 22 - 24, 2020
Application Deadline: Feb. 4, 2020
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 14 – 16, 2020

Serve with a group 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 help lead small group discussions, recreation time, free time afternoon activities and worship service response time. This may be the most exhausting week and half of your life, but will be absolutely rewarding. When you arrive, you will meet up with the rest of your team, board a bus and travel to Southern California. During the first couple of days, you will receive training to prepare you for your specific responsibilities during camp, including evangelism training, security training and everything else you need to know. During the week of camp, you will be assigned to meal times for door duty, specific small groups to facilitate discussion following small group Bible studies, and all free time and recreation times. Your days will be long and tiring but rewarding.

  • Special requirements: Willing to serve teenagers and capable of long hours and hard work
  • Team: 4 Students
  • Location: Phoenix, AZ
  • Amount you raise: $900 (total cost of project $1065)

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Assistant Shelter Staff

Mission Focus: Homeless Women & Children

Service Dates: July 31, 2020 - Dec. 14, 2021 OR July, 31, 2020 - July 30, 2020
Application Deadline: Feb. 4, 2020
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 14 – 16, 2020

Samaritan House is an emergency shelter for women and their children that seeks to share Christ as physical needs are met. Families can stay for up to 45 days while they work on securing a job and permanent housing. Assistants will participate in all activities at Samaritan House and develop healthy and supportive relationships with the women and children being served at the house. You may help in filling out applications for jobs, housing or social services, play with and care for children and teach classes to women on a variety of subjects, such as budgeting or healthy eating. You will work some office hours, including answering phones and providing resource information, as well as intake of new residents. Everyone is responsible for daily chores and you will be a part of a weekly community dinner and bible study.

  • Special requirements: Must be a junior or above (in third year of college after high school graduation). Students must be mature and responsible, be compassionate and be strongly committed to setting a Christian example. Majors that would be helpful, but not required: education, human services, counseling and ministry.
  • Team: 2 Females
  • Location: Jefferson City, TN
  • Amount you raise: Semester $1050 (total cost of project $1300) OR Full Year $1650 (total cost of project $2050)

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College Campus Crushers - Hands On

Mission Focus: Collegiate Ministry

Service Dates: June 8 - Dec. 3, 2020 OR June 8, 2020 - June 25, 2021, Orientation May 22 - 24, 2020
Application Deadline: Feb. 4, 2020
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 14 – 16, 2020

Would you be willing to hit the streets and college campuses? Do you care about the next generation? You will take on the role of university students reaching university students. Make a difference in this country’s upcoming generation of leaders. You are needed now! Will you take the challenge?

  • Special requirements: Must have a passport or have applied for one by Feb. 7, 2020. Must be a Sophomore or above (in second year of college after high school graduation). Must be a member of a Baptist Church. Air pollution can be heavy; allergies and respiratory illness can be a problem for some. General good health is highly recommended. Lots of walking, standing and stair climbing is required. This project is not for those with severe asthma, adverse reaction to crowds or limited ability for physical exertion.
  • Team: 2 Students, Same gender (must appoint 2)
  • Location: South Asia
  • Amount you raise: $3950 (total cost of project $5000)

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Engaging Warsaw- Hands On

Mission Focus: Cultural Exchange, Youth & College Students, Relationships

Service Dates: Aug. 25 - Dec. 14, 2020, Orientation May 22 - 24, 2020
Application Deadline: Feb. 4, 2020
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 14 – 16, 2020

Are you willing to use English for the sake of the Gospel? You will be reaching other students on university campuses, youth clubs and in schools. You will be tasked with engaging students in cultural exchange and personal evangelism. In addition, part of your time will be spent in cross cultural research and evangelism through the use of common evangelism tools used here in Warsaw.

  • Special requirements: Must have a passport or have applied for one by Feb. 7, 2020. Must be a Sophomore or above (in second year of college after high school graduation). Must be a member of a Baptist Church. Must be able to walk at least 5 miles per day. Bring any prescription medications with you
  • Team: 2 Students, Same gender (must appoint 2)
  • Location: Warsaw, Poland
  • Amount you raise: $3950 (total cost of project $5000)

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International Ministry Apartment Sports Intern

Mission Focus: Immigrants, Apartment Ministry, Women's Sports Ministry

Service Dates: Aug. 20 - Dec. 13, 2020, Orientation May 22 - 24, 2020
Application Deadline: Feb. 4, 2020
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 14 – 16, 2020

Veteran Global Gates missionaries in Houston need your talents and skills to open doors for making relationships with Muslims, Hindus, and Buddhists in apartment complexes for the purpose of sharing the Gospel. The Houston team is ready to utilize your skills in one or more of the following areas to reach immigrants: Aerobics trainer - lead immigrant women in aerobic classes; Swimming trainer for kids - offer private swimming lessons exclusively to immigrant children; Assistant Physician’s Assistant - travel with PA to clinics and apartments as she medically treats immigrant families; Teach Spoken English - supplement ESL programs by offering immigrants a place to practicing their English. Through aerobic classes for women, private swimming lessons for kids, teaching spoken English, and assisting our team Physician’s Assistant, you will create relational avenues for our team to fulfill the Great Commission among Houston’s least evangelized people groups.

  • Special requirements: Must be a Sophomore or above (in second year of college after high school graduation). Able to lead programs for immigrant women and be patient with communication.
  • Team: 2 Students (must appoint 2)
  • Location: Houston, TX
  • Amount you raise: $3100 (total cost of project $5100)

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Live, Laugh & Learn with Orphans

Mission Focus: Orphans, Construction, Teaching, Counseling

Service Dates: Sept. 4 - Dec. 4, 2020, Orientation May 22 - 24, 2020
Application Deadline: Feb. 4, 2020
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 14 – 16, 2020

Restoring Hope Village provides a home, love, protection and a push towards Jesus for the children that 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. Come serve 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. Serving at a children’s home isn’t just for the ladies. We need guys who are willing to serve the staff to train our boys to be Godly men. Currently we do have construction projects for young men, with opportunities to be involved with construction of homes, play equipment, steel fabrication, and maintenance.

  • Special requirements: Must have a passport or have applied for one by Feb. 7, 2020. Must be a Junior or above (in third year of college after high school graduation). Flexibility essential! Education majors helpful Guys with construction experience or want to learn. Most importantly, a servant’s heart.
  • Team: 2 Students
  • Location: South Africa
  • Amount you raise: $2800 (total cost of project $3800)

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Mega City Evangelism

Mission Focus: Collegiate Ministry, Missional Living

Service Dates: Sept. 9 - Dec. 9, 2020, Orientation May 22 - 24, 2020
Application Deadline: Feb. 4, 2020
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 14 – 16, 2020

Come be a part of reaching university students in a Central Asian megacity of 18 million! You will have the opportunity to meet, befriend, and share God’s hope with people who have never heard the gospel before in one of the least reached countries in the world. Boldness, energy, flexibility and a kind heart are all helpful in the task of reaching out and starting churches among Central Asian Muslims. Use whatever gifts and passion God has given you such as sports, music, art, drinking coffee, or exploring, to form relationships and share. You will have the opportunity to explore and trek through one of the coolest & most historic cities in the world looking for hearts where the Father is working.

  • Special requirements: Must have a passport or have applied for one by Feb. 7, 2020. Must be a Sophomore or above (in second year of college after high school graduation). Be willing to get out of your comfort zone, meet new people, and share the gospel. A flexible spirit, good attitude, and the ability to meet new people and form relationships are helpful! You can use any skill or passion that you have to meet new people.
  • Team: 2 Males
  • Location: Central Asia
  • Amount you raise: $3950 (total cost of project $5900)

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Northwest CMI

Mission Focus: Collegiate Ministry

Service Dates: Sept. 12 - Dec. 12, 2020 OR Sept. 12, 2020 - June 12, 2021, Orientation May 22 - 24, 2020
Application Deadline: Feb. 4, 2020
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 14 – 16, 2020

Northwest Collegiate Ministries (NCM) exists to reach college and university students with the good news of Jesus Christ on the campuses throughout the Northwest. As a Northwest Campus Missionary Intern (CMI), you could be working at the University of Oregon, Oregon State University, Portland Metro, or Seattle Metro, depending on your interest. There is a tremendous need on Northwest campuses to have missionaries who are committed to share the gospel, disciple believers and lead out in ministry to the campus and students. As a CMI you will work in a team context with the opportunity to develop and implement a strategy for the campus to which you are assigned.

  • Special requirements: Must be a Senior or above (in fourth year of college after high school graduation). Recent college grads preferred. We need leaders who are flexible, available, and teachable. It is helpful if they have served as a BSM leader or CMI in the past.
  • Team: 2 Students
  • Location: Oregon or Washington
  • Amount you raise: TWO SEMESTERS $4500 (total cost of project $10,000); ONE SEMESTER $3000 (total cost of projecdt $5000)

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Vermont CMI

Mission Focus: Collegiate Ministry

Service Dates: Aug. 10, 2020 - June 1, Orientation May 22 - 24, 2020
Application Deadline: Feb. 4, 2020
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 14 – 16, 2020

Northern Vermont University is a state school located in Lyndon, VT, in the Northeastern part of the state. Currently there is little Christian witness on the campus and the only campus fellowship meets irregularly, without local leadership. Lyndon Center Baptist Church is a small, aging church located less than one mile from campus, that prayerfully desires to begin a collegiate ministry. You will work with a team of campus ministers in Vermont to begin an evangelistic witness on this state campus in partnership with the local church and state convention. This would be the first work on the campus in the history of the Baptist Convention of New England! A successful missionary will engage students, form a fellowship, and enlist volunteers from the local church to support the fellowship.

  • Special requirements: Must be a Senior or above (in fourth year of college after high school graduation). Must be motivated, take initiative and willing to form relationships. Must be able to articulate the gospel and experience in making disciples, preferably as a small group leader. Comfortable in a small town, rural setting. Mature believer willing to love church members and students.
  • Team: 1 Male
  • Location: Lyndon, VT
  • Amount you raise: $4500 (total cost of project $7000)

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