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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.
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Spring Semester

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Internationals on the Island

Mission Focus: College Ministry, Immigrants, Unreached Peoples

Service Dates: Jan. 9, 2023 - May 15, 2023, Required Orientation Jan. 6-8, 2023
Application Deadline: Sept. 29, 2022
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Oct. 8, 2022

Over 70% of international students coming to America never set foot inside an American's home. Several thousand students come to O'ahu from all over the world to attend one of our universities, many coming from countries with the least access to the Gospel. International Ministries exists to joyfully lead and equip churches in welcoming, reaching, discipling, and sending international students to reach the nations. Come serve by meeting international students, forming friendships, sharing the Gospel, and discipling students. Activities include teaching English classes, leading Global Cafe, and leading fun activities around the island. You may choose to stay longer to help lead or participate in an international mission trip in the summer following your service. There would be additional funds to raise for the International trip.

  • Special requirements: Must have completed college by the time of service. Cross-cultural experience is essential for this position. Experience sharing the Gospel and leading a Bible Study is essential. Must be flexible, teachable, and able to take initiative. Experience teaching English as a Second Language is helpful, but not required. Second language experience is helpful, but not required.
  • Team: 2 Students
  • Location: Honolulu, HI
  • Amount you raise: $4000 ($6170 Total cost of project) (Additional costs if you choose to participate in the International Mission Trip in the summer).

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Missional Apprentice

Mission Focus: Children, Community Outreach, Meeting Physical Needs, Youth Ministry

Service Dates: Jan. 10, 2023 - June 15, 2023, Required Orientation Jan. 6-8, 2023
Application Deadline: Sept. 29, 2022
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Oct. 8, 2022

CliffHouse is a residential missions community, a 'Family on Mission', located in a low income multi-cultural neighborhood in Dallas (Oak Cliff), TX. We engage the community by serving families and their children with after school programs, reading programs, tutoring, and food distribution, as we're located in a "food desert." You will help with these ministries, develop a neighborhood outreach to the kids, volunteer part-time at one or two of the nearby local schools for reading, sports, etc, and help on Thursdays and Saturdays with CliffHouse Food Distribution. Part-time employment in the neighborhood, especially at one of the nearby schools, could be a possibility. There will also be basic housekeeping responsibilities at CliffHouse where you will live and have meals. Depending on your skills, there will be gardening, construction, and painting type projects as CliffHouse is still under construction. We also will have daily times of prayer, worship, reading (a good missional book, and of course Bible), and some "missional" adventures, such as visiting and possibly even volunteering at some nearby community-impacting ministries. Our desire is to re-launch a weekly Spanish focused prayer/worship/share type of evening gathering that you will help with. We value the idea of "missional apprentices" with hands-on experiences of following Jesus into the neighborhood. And yes--some cool things happen as we hang out where Jesus seems to like to hang out--out there.

  • Special requirements: Must have a servant heart, be mature, and be flexible. Skills helpful: Spanish speaking, experience with children's ministry, desire to sow into younger girls' lives in a discipleship relationship, lead Spanish worship, cooking skills, ability to work without having 'older' leadership constantly around. Helpful if you have a car to bring to Dallas. Must be a sophomore or above (in second year of college after high school graduation).
  • Team: 2 Females (must send 2)
  • Location: Dallas, TX
  • Amount you raise: $4950 ($6380 Total cost of project)

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RCRW Be a Collegian to a Collegian - Hands On

Mission Focus: College Ministry, Evangelism

Service Dates: Jan. 31, 2023 - July 28, 2023. Required Orientation Jan. 6-8, 2023
Application Deadline: Sept. 29, 2022
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Oct. 8, 2022

Hang out at coffee shops. Drink chai. Eat momos. Tell the account of Jesus. Own the strategy of university students reaching university students. Get inside massive lostness and make a difference among the next generation of South Asians.

  • Special requirements: Must be mature, experienced in sharing your faith with your peers, and be a self-starter who will pursue people. Extensive walking, Extreme heat, Humidity, Poor air quality, Rigorous activity. Allergies and respiratory illness can be a problem for some. General good health is highly recommended. Must have a passport or have applied for one and expedited it by Oct. 7, 2022. Must be a sophomore or above (in second year of college after high school graduation). Must be a member of a Baptist Church. After appointed, you will be required to be vaccinated or have meds for: COVID (2 shots), Hepatitis A, Hepatitis B, Japanese Encephalitis and Typhoid and have medication for Malaria by Dec. 1, 2022. (Will be reimbursed for required shots.)
  • Team: 2 Students
  • Location: South Asia
  • Amount you raise: $4950 ($9880 Total cost of project)

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RCRW Urban University Adventures - Hands On

Mission Focus: College Ministry, Evangelism, Prayer Walking

Service Dates: Jan. 15, 2023 - July 15, 2023, Required Orientation Jan. 6-8, 2023
Application Deadline: Sept. 29, 2022
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Oct. 8, 2022

Come partner in a work that God is doing among University students in Eastern Europe. In an area with 150,000 University students and a city of over 2 million people, the possibilities are endless. We are looking for outgoing, self-starting students who love sports (basketball and soccer are primary sports here) and people. You will build relationships with other students through meeting them on the court or field, and through meeting with students at cafés and other hangout areas. You will help with a newly created student organization with outreach events like trivia nights, game nights, and weekly broad gospel sowing activities. You will also have the chance to help in home group Bible studies and be a part of a team reaching out to an area that is less than .01% believers. Come join the work God is doing here and see how it will not only change others’ lives but yours as well.

  • Special requirements: Must be a self-starter who will pursue people. The student population in this location is older so slightly older and mature students will have an advantage. Must have a passport or have applied for one and expedited it by Oct. 7, 2022. Must be a sophomore or above (in second year of college after high school graduation). Must be a member of a Baptist Church. After appointed, you will be required to be vaccinated for: COVID (2 shots), Hepatitis A, and Hepatitis B by Dec. 1, 2022. (Will be reimbursed for required shots.)
  • Team: 2 Males
  • Location: Eastern Europe
  • Amount you raise: $4950 ($9880 Total cost of project)

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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.
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Activities Intern

Mission Focus: Children, Discipleship, Sports

Service Dates: May 22 - Aug. 1, 2023, Orientation May 19 - 21, 2023
Application Deadline: Jan. 31, 2023
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 10-12, 2023

We are looking for students who are passionate about the Gospel and bringing the good news to children. You will have the opportunity to display your faith in every action, word, and deed. Our mission for you is to build deep, meaningful relationships with our children who need to see what it looks like to follow Christ. Our kids are truly some of the best kids out there. They all just deal with a great amount of trauma. And because of that trauma, there comes a good deal of trust issues. So, you would be here to help build meaningful relationships with our kids that help start them on the road towards healing. You will live on the beautiful campus where the children are. You will eat with them almost every day and will lead activities that range from basketball, dodgeball, tag, volleyball, kickball, line tag, and so much more. We have our own pool where you will get to hang out with kids in and outside of the pool. We will go on trips to the zoo, the aquarium, the bowling alley, the movies, ice skating, and have girls and guys days. You will supervise our kids, building relationships with them, making sure that they are safe and behaving in a Christ-like manner, and encouraged to follow Christ. Do not be intimidated by a very physically active summer, it is important to just participate. It is also important to build relationships with the ones that are not into games as well.

  • Special requirements: Looking for students that have a heart for children, Jesus and willing to be in a tough situations.
  • Team: 2 Students
  • Location: Beeville, TX
  • Amount you raise: $750 ($990 Total cost of project)

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Adventures with Immigrants

Mission Focus: Refugees/Immigrants, Teach English, Urban Outreach

Service Dates: May 22 - Aug. 1, 2023, Orientation May 19 - 21, 2023
Application Deadline: Jan. 31, 2023
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 10-12, 2023

You can help change the world... without ever leaving the country. In New York City, immigrants are pouring in from all over the world. While serving at the Urban Nations Outreach Ministry Centers, you will be working with newly arrived immigrants from West Africa, South Asia, Eastern Europe, China, and many South American countries. Our ministry focuses on people who have come from Muslim, Hindu, Buddhist, or atheist countries. Every ministry day is different. There will be many opportunities to make friends with internationals and share your faith with some who have never even met a Christian before. At our various Ministry Centers, you will help with Adult English Classes, Immigrant Bible Studies, Immigrant Children's Programs, and other outreach ministry. You will help youth mission teams learn how to reach out to these immigrant groups. You can also choose to help with church planting; children's ministry; young adult activities; small groups; Bible studies; social media; and discipleship.

  • Special requirements: Students who excel in at least one of these skills: leadership, teaching, evangelism, music, Spanish or French, preaching, surfing or children's ministry. Student should be an extrovert, enjoys being around people from all parts of the world, flexible, willing to try new things, evangelistic, and spiritually mature. He or she should be a self-starter when needed, but also be able to closely follow instructions and abide by a rigorous schedule.
  • Team: 4 Students
  • Location: New York City, NY
  • Amount you raise: $2600 ($3750 Total cost of project)

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Alfa Camp

Mission Focus: Camp, Children, Teach English

Service Dates: June 10 - July 23, 2023, Orientation May 19 - 21, 2023
Application Deadline: Jan. 31, 2023
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 10-12, 2023

Our location is a beautiful vacation destination. But it is also home to many people who know absolutely nothing about the true gospel and the hope we have in Jesus! Each July, El Colegio Alfa y Omega opens its door for Day Camps. The attraction? Childcare for working parents. Our goal? To share the love of Jesus in an engaging way through games, crafts, sports, and stories. Many children know about Baby Jesus of Christmas, some may have seen the crucified Jesus in the many Catholic fiestas, but they don't realize He's the same person, who loves each one of them personally. As well as helping in the camps, you will be responsible for our environment, cleaning dishes after serving lunch, helping care for babies and toddlers who also come for Day Camp but are too young for the full program, and general maintenance of our lovely property. Relationship building here is the best way to share God's love, and we would love to have you join us. A former Go Now volunteer coined the phrase: "Alfa Changes Lives!" We know that only GOD changes lives, but your experience will be life changing.

  • Special requirements: Must have a passport or have applied for one by Feb. 3, 2023. Must have adaptability and have a good energy level because it's hot and the kids always have a lot of energy. Gifts like music, crafts, arts, and sports can be used. If you are bi-lingual or somewhat fluent in Spanish, you will find it easier to participate fully. BUT it is not a requirement! After appointment, you will be required to be vaccinated for: COVID (2 shots) and Hepatitis A by May 1, 2023. (Will be reimbursed for required shots.)
  • Team: 2 Students
  • Location: Denia, Spain
  • Amount you raise: $2380 ($3200 Total cost of project)

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Aloha Summer Interns

Mission Focus: Church Planting, Leading Worship, Children, Evangelism

Service Dates: May 23 - July 31, 2023, Orientation May 19 - 21, 2023
Application Deadline: Jan. 31, 2023
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 10-12, 2023

Come and help us! We are a brand new church plant. We currently meet weekly in an indoor soccer building. You will help with worship services outreach events, block party, acts of kindness events, vacation Bible school, kid's clubs, date night childcare, and youth and children’s church. We need praise team and band members to help lead worship. We sing contemporary Christian songs, so ability to use ProPresenter is helpful. Your team will also help with the set up and tear down of worship and all events, as well as do door to door “needs “surveys. You may help another local Baptist church, if there's time. The Hawaiian culture is different from most cultures on the mainland. You must be willing to respect and relate to this culture.

  • Special requirements: Mature students who like to have fun, are flexible, hardworking, have a happy attitude and can share the gospel. Helpful skills but not required: ability to sing and/or play a praise band instrument; help with live streaming through Sling Studio; social media, photography, filming, making videos, administrative tasks. Must be a Sophomore or above (in second year of college after high school graduation). Must be a member of a Baptist Church.
  • Team: 2 Males, 2 Females
  • Location: Kapolei, HI
  • Amount you raise: $3485 ($5360 Total cost of project)

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Collegiate Outreach Coordinator

Mission Focus: College Ministry, Discipleship, Evangelism

Service Dates: June 1 - Aug. 1, 2023, Orientation May 19 - 21, 2023
Application Deadline: Jan. 31, 2023
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 10-12, 2023

Spend 8 weeks in Upstate New York reaching college students with the gospel. During the summer, Syracuse University has 4,000 students in attendance. You will explore the Syracuse University campus and facilitate outreach opportunities that lead to gospel conversations. You will host 3 Summer Welcome Picnics and follow-up with new and interested students. While you are here, we will make plans to visit Niagara Falls and all of the local favorites!

  • Special requirements: Willing to meet new people and build connections. Experience doing outreach at your campus. Love international students. Must be a Sophomore or above (in second year of college after high school graduation).
  • Team: 2 Students, Same Gender
  • Location: Syracuse, NY
  • Amount you raise: $2650 ($4085 Total cost of project)

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Creative Outreach and Discipleship Intern

Mission Focus: Prayer Walking, Children, Evangelism

Service Dates: May 22 - Aug. 1, 2023, Orientation May 19 - 21, 2023
Application Deadline: Jan. 31, 2023
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 10-12, 2023

Come join Dusty’s Heart apartment ministry where our goal is to start a house church in each apartment community in our area. 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, and youth clubs. We try to meet the needs of the whole person - we love our neighbors as ourselves. You will be ministering to all ages and all ethnicities. You will be in mostly lower-income areas but not all our apartment communities are in low-income areas. The Northwest is a beautiful place so enjoy it while you are here ministering among the people who need Jesus in apartment communities.

  • Special requirements: A flexible attitude necessary. Sometimes things change day to day. Must be able to work with kids. Spanish is helpful but not required. Ability to play guitar is helpful but not required.
  • Team: 2 Students
  • Location: Beaverton, OR
  • Amount you raise: $1750 ($2340 Total cost of project)

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Culture Kaleidoscope

Mission Focus: Urban Outreach, Evangelism, Discipleship

Service Dates: May 30 - July 28, 2023, Orientation May 19 - 21, 2023
Application Deadline: Jan. 31, 2023
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 10-12, 2023

Enter into a collision of culture and diversity right here in the urban centers of South Asia! Think of it as a cultural kaleidoscope. Engage people of all walks of life with the gospel. Go find them among the millions. You will actively engage and enter into life with urbanites by sharing the gospel and discipling believers! 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: General good health needed. Able to endure extensive walking, extreme heat, humidity, poor air quality, and large crowds. Not a suitable location for those with allergies, asthma, and respiratory illness. Must have a passport or have applied for one by Feb. 3, 2023. After appointment, you will be required to be vaccinated for: COVID (2 shots), Hepatitis A, Hepatitis B, Japanese Encephalitis, Malaria and Typhoid by May 1, 2023. (Will be reimbursed for required shots.)
  • Team: 4 Students
  • Location: South Asia
  • Amount you raise: $3600 ($5580 Total cost of project)

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Deaf Church Staff

Mission Focus: American Sign Language, Deaf Community, Camp, Families

Service Dates: May 24 - Aug. 2, 2023, Orientation May 19 - 21, 2023
Application Deadline: Jan. 31, 2023
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 10-12, 2023

Are you fluent in American Sign Language, looking to improve your ASL skills, or love working with Deaf community and kids? The Deaf Camp offers opportunity to work with young children to teenagers, Deaf and hearing staff, as well as interacting with Deaf community, Deaf and hard of hearing campers, and their families. The eight week day camp is specifically provided for Deaf and hard of hearing children, their hearing siblings, and hearing children of Deaf parents. These two months will provide you with benefits of experience with Deaf community and children, ASL receptive and expressive skills, and leadership skills.

  • Special requirements: Fluency in American Sign Language or moderate ASL skills. Experience with children and/or summer day camps. Heart for Deaf and for Deaf youth to know Jesus Christ. Ability to work with a team. Flexibility to be indoors and outdoors. Willing to lead activities and classes. Creative. Self-motivated. If at least 21 years old, have a good driving record. Must be a Sophomore or above (in second year of college after high school graduation).
  • Team: 2 Students, Same Gender
  • Location: Brentwood, TN
  • Amount you raise: $850 ($1125 Total cost of project)

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Elevate Church Planting

Mission Focus: Church Planting, Community Outreach, Children

Service Dates: May 31 - July 24, 2023, Orientation May 19 - 21, 2023
Application Deadline: Jan. 31, 2023
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 10-12, 2023

Come join a network of existing churches and church plants called NoCO Church Planting Network located in the fastest growing area in Colorado. You will help in two church plants located between Longmont (north Denver) and 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 to love/serve their city first as they start a church. We are more interested in planting the Gospel into the lives of the people. We utilize servant and relational evangelism, home Bible study fellowships and scouting/serving and outreaches to families with young children. You need to be willing to build bridges with people of varying generations and worldviews that are often 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 then share God's story. The focus for our student mission interns is 3-fold: know God more, know yourself more, & know people (your field) more. We invest into the student interns as they invest their time into the people here. Mark 10:45 is key theme: here to serve, not to be served, even though your life will be deeply enriched and highly likely changed through your service!

  • Special requirements: You need to be outgoing with people you don’t know, have mature social skills, love investing in people, and get excited to see spiritual growth in the lives of others. Be a willing servant, love mercy, walk humbly with God, and have a growing relationship with Jesus. Willing to see how your passions and likes (sports, craft, interests) can be used to serve as platforms of building relationships. We recommend that you have been exposed to Colorado or out West. To serve in Colorado, you must commit yourself to a cross-cultural experience. Best are maturing students who have lived away from home with a solid work ethic and can relate to multiple generations easily. You need to like the outdoors and be able to be highly active (okay with using a bike from time to time as transportation). Spiritual gifts such as exhortation, mercy, evangelism, service, and administration are helpful. Organizational skills are not necessary but a willingness to understand how organizing, planning, and follow-through is important. Must be a Sophomore or above (in second year of college after high school graduation).
  • Team: 2 Females
  • Location: Loveland, CO
  • Amount you raise: $750 ($1000 Total cost of project)

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Epic Life Intern

Mission Focus: Urban Outreach, Evangelism, Prayer Walking

Service Dates: May 22 - Aug. 1, 2023, Orientation May 19 - 21, 2023
Application Deadline: Jan. 31, 2023
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 10-12, 2023

Come and join the work God is doing in Seattle, Washington! You can help expand the footprint of Epic Life Church through different forms of outreach within our community in North Seattle. You will have the opportunity to serve in our food bank (The Giving Room), give out free coffee in partnership with our cafe (Pilgrim Coffeehouse), and engage in gospel, spirit-driven conversations with the diverse people that make up our neighborhood. Even in just a few weeks, your bold faithfulness will transform lives in the name of Jesus; helping us in our vision of transforming North Seattle by finding an epic life in Jesus Christ.

  • Special requirements: No special skills, abilities, majors, or gifts required. We need students who are willing to be bold in sharing their faith, step out of their comfort zone, be flexible, be open to the leading of the Holy Spirit, and mature enough to be respectful and gracious to those who may disagree with them (there will be plenty in Seattle).
  • Team: 4 Students
  • Location: Seattle, WA
  • Amount you raise: $2800 ($4340 Total cost of project)

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Front-line Cultural Exchange

Mission Focus: Missional Living, Arabic Speakers

Service Dates: May 28 - July 22, 2023, Orientation May 19 - 21, 2023
Application Deadline: Jan. 31, 2023
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 10-12, 2023

Share Truth on the front lines of NAME with English-speaking college students through our cultural exchange program. You’ll spend your weeks building relationships with those students, in Arabic study with a local teacher, in mentorship and debrief sessions with a long-term worker, volunteering your time to serve locals, and exploring the sights and sounds of one of NAME’s largest cities. Seminars will expand your understanding of local history, culture, and religion. You’ll be a learner, a partner, a sower, and a friend. Become an integral part of reaching NAME’s lost by sharing what the Father has done in your life with those who have never heard. The harvest is plenty – come and work the field!

  • Special requirements: Humble learner, willing to be flexible, respectful of authority. Extensive walking, Extreme heat, Poor air quality. Celiac's Disease or other gluten intolerances are very difficult to navigate here. If you are gluten-free and still desire to come, we will need to have a video call beforehand. Our city is polluted, so please bring appropriate medication if you are asthmatic or suffer from allergies. You will be on your feet for extended periods of time, as you will walk approximately six miles each day. You should also be comfortable with hot weather, as that is what we have most of the year. Must have a passport or have applied for one by Feb. 3, 2023. After appointment, you will be required to be vaccinated for: COVID (2 shots), Hepatitis A and Typhoid by May 1, 2023. (Will be reimbursed for required shots.)
  • Team: 2 Students
  • Location: North Africa
  • Amount you raise: $3900 ($6000 Total cost of project)

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GenSend Team

Mission Focus: College Ministry, Evangelism, Church Planting

Service Dates: May 30 - July 24, 2023, Orientation May 19 - 21, 2023
Application Deadline: Jan. 31, 2023
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 10-12, 2023

Salt Lake City/Provo Gospel ministry in one of the least reached places in the United States. The entire state of Utah is only 2% reached with the gospel and most areas of our state are less than 1% reached with the gospel of Jesus Christ. GenSend Utah provides an opportunity to engage in gospel ministry in Salt Lake City and the surrounding areas. You will learn from on-site missionaries and church planters on what it really takes to faithfully engage the lost culture of Utah. You will be equipped in evangelism, gospel contextualization among the Latter-Day Saint (Mormon) culture, prayer, and church planting strategy. GenSend is a team environment with local mentors providing guidance in how to live life on mission. GenSend Utah is looking for committed followers of Jesus that desire to share the gospel and gain an understanding and compassion for a culture vastly different than your own. GenSend Utah extends a lot of freedom for the team and its individual members to use their specific gifts to engage their community. If you are looking for an opportunity to live life on mission in another religious context, then GenSend Utah is for you.

  • Special requirements: What makes a great GenSend candidate: 1. Regular practice of evangelism in YOUR life. 2. Comfortable in a cross-cultural context. 3. Works well in a team environment. 4. Works well with little to no structure. 5. Self-motivated and a self-starter. Must be a member of a Baptist Church.
  • Team: 4 Students
  • Location: Salt Lake City, UT
  • Amount you raise: $800 ($1750 Total cost of project)

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Goat Herders for the Gospel

Mission Focus: Unreached People, Evangelism, Discipleship

Service Dates: May 30 - July 28, 2023, Orientation May 19 - 21, 2023
Application Deadline: Jan. 31, 2023
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 10-12, 2023

Gospel from goats? Discipleship from dirt? Leverage your skills and passion for the unreached to gain access to villages…for the Gospel! Integrate unique thinking like goat farming, coffee farming and more so you can share the Gospel, disciple believers, and see churches planted. 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: General good health needed. Must be able to endure extensive walking, extreme heat, humidity, poor air quality, and large crowds. Not a suitable location for those with allergies, asthma, and respiratory illness. Must have a passport or have applied for one by Feb. 3, 2023. After appointment, you will be required to be vaccinated for: COVID (2 shots), Hepatitis A, Hepatitis B, Japanese Encephalitis, Malaria and Typhoid by May 1, 2023. (Will be reimbursed for required shots.)
  • Team: 2 Students
  • Location: South Asia
  • Amount you raise: $3600 ($5580 Total cost of project)

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Hospitality Intern

Mission Focus: Families, Hospitality, Social Work

Service Dates: May 22 - Aug. 1, 2023, Orientation May 19 - 21, 2023
Application Deadline: Jan. 31, 2023
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 10-12, 2023

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 in prison here in the Texas Prison System. This is an opportunity for the type of person who loves to be around individuals and enjoys conversations with people. The intern position requires someone who is outgoing, energetic, and capable of finding joy in everyday activities. The services we provide meet the needs of various aspects of the families' 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 or read to the children from these families, share your faith, plan and conduct Bible studies, and assist our art teacher during therapeutic art with the children each weekend.

  • Special requirements: Student who is cheerful, team player, empathetic, compassionate, slow to judge, self-motivated, outgoing, energetic, friendly, flexible, problem solving abilities with passion for the Lord and His people. Helpful majors: Social Work, Media Communications, Criminal Justice, Education, Sociology, Psychology, Non-Profit Work, Ministry or Art. You'll have an incredible opportunity to develop your leadership skills. Must be a Sophomore or above (in second year of college after high school graduation).
  • Team: 2 Students
  • Location: Huntsville, TX
  • Amount you raise: $750 ($990 Total cost of project)

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Immersive Urban Experience

Mission Focus: Urban Outreach, Evangelism, Unreached Peoples

Service Dates: June 3 - July 29, 2023, Orientation May 19 - 21, 2023
Application Deadline: Jan. 31, 2023
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 10-12, 2023

You will have an immersion experience in the amazing city of Portland! (Not quite as scary as FOX News makes it out to be.) You will discover and uncover community and culture within the context of one of the most underreached cities in the United States. You will walk closely with someone who loves the city and the people, learning and growing in confidence as you share your life and faith with those who call Portland home. There will be an opportunity to engage with an urban faith community while sharing and living out the gospel among those who may have never heard the gospel or even known a Christian personally. You will discover your place in God's work in the city. You will uncover the realities and darkness of a city without a history of a strong, vibrant witness. Your "yes" will make a difference.

  • Special requirements: Teachable, willing, mature, can share the gospel.
  • Team: 2 Students, Same Gender
  • Location: Portland, OR
  • Amount you raise: $2500 ($3600 Total cost of project)

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Internship Down Under

Mission Focus: Children, Youth, Young Adults

Service Dates: May 22 - July 19, 2023, Orientation May 19 - 21, 2023
Application Deadline: Jan. 31, 2023
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 10-12, 2023

G’day! Come join us in engaging the Aussie community with the gospel. You will minister to children through school duties in classrooms, Breakfast Club at a local school, take part in and run programs for our Holiday Bible Club, be involved in a hands on situation with various youth groups and our worship team. In addition, you will be involved in Sunday Children's church and liaison with the Pastor and other Coordinators. You will also attend and contribute to a young adult Bible study.

  • Special requirements: Experience working with children and youth. Able to assist with worship helpful, but not required. Must have a passport or have applied for one by Feb. 3, 2023. After appointment, you will be required to be vaccinated for: COVID (2 shots), Hepatitis A, by May 1, 2023. (Will be reimbursed for required shots.)
  • Team: 2 Students
  • Location: Melbourne, Australia
  • Amount you raise: $4350 ($6700 Total cost of project)

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Land of Enchantment Team

Mission Focus: Youth Ministry, Children, Evangelism

Service Dates: May 23 - July 23, 2023, Orientation May 19 - 21, 2023
Application Deadline: Jan. 31, 2023
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 10-12, 2023

You can expect to meet a lot of people and serve alongside different churches around New Mexico. Your focus for the summer will be helping churches in any way that they need. For eight weeks you will be going around New Mexico serving a different church each week. This opens the summer to look different each day and every week. Many times, churches will need help leading or assisting in Vacation Bible School (VBS) or helping with youth events. For VBS, you could be asked to teach a class, lead crafts or recreation, or help in the morning worship rallies. In the rest of your time, you could help with community outreach, church renovation, youth ministry, or just partaking in church fellowship. Sharing the name of Jesus will be key as you are interacting with children, youth, and the community. You will also be spending time being an encouragement to the members of each church as you pray with and for them and bring fresh energy as you work with them. Flexibility will be a key aspect of your summer as the possibilities of what you will be doing will be endless.

  • Special requirements: Flexible, open to getting out of your comfort zone, teach Bible studies, do community outreach, help with church renovations/ clean-up, able to interact with people of varying ages, and be involved in the church you serve with that week. Musical ability is helpful but is not a requirement. Spanish is helpful but not required.
  • Team: 2 Males, 2 Females
  • Location: New Mexico
  • Amount you raise: $2575 ($3965 Total cost of project)

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Least-Reached Research Team

Mission Focus: Refugees, Unreached Peoples, Research

Service Dates: June 5 - July 28, 2023, Orientation May 19 - 21, 2023
Application Deadline: Jan. 31, 2023
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 10-12, 2023

Research among least-reached peoples seeks to answer 4 questions: "Who are the people? What are they like? How can they be reached with the gospel? and How are we doing?" As a team member, you will play an important great commission role in assisting missionaries and the organization to be more strategic in their engagement. You will work as part of the research team to identify, prioritize, and communicate where evangelists and missionaries are most needed among unreached people groups (UPGs) in North American gateway cities and around the world. You will focus on one or two of these items based on your passions and skills, and the strategic needs of Global Gates. Potential responsibilities and functions are: Perform ethnographic interviews with least-reached peoples in DFW; Research best practices among least-reached communities in the diaspora; Work with Global Gates gateway hub leaders to receive and validate research for mobilization efforts; Create virtual prayer walks through Google Earth; Create and update content on UPGNorthAmerica.com and the Global Gates website; Help manage the North America people groups database; Create and maintain fresh, functional, and compelling visualizations for mobilizing prayer and laborers among priority people groups. This role provides a variety of work assignments that will be split between in-person research and interviews and significant time of research via a computer. In-person research may include visiting places of worship, markets, restaurants, etc. to find people who are willing to help you learn about their culture. We encourage researchers to gauge a person's level of spiritual openness to the gospel. You, a local missionary, or both will follow up with spiritual open individuals and families. Another aspect of the in-person research could be getting up-to-date pictures of people group communities and points of interest.

  • Special requirements: An ideal student will love Jesus, be a self-starter, understand how to use basic computer programs such as Microsoft office (WordPress is a benefit), be willing to talk with strangers, and be detail oriented. Must be a Junior or above (in third year of college after high school graduation).
  • Team: 2 Students, Same Gender
  • Location: Dallas, TX
  • Amount you raise: $3400 ($5270 Total cost of project)

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Leave Your Mummy

Mission Focus: Community Outreach, Evangelism, Prayer Walking

Service Dates: May 22 - Aug. 1, 2023, Orientation May 19 - 21, 2023
Application Deadline: Jan. 31, 2023
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 10-12, 2023

Do you want to be a part of something from the beginning? Then this is for you! We have been on the field for 13 years, but we will be starting a new work in a major city among the unreached. We will map out the city and give you a grid that you will explore during your time with us. You will help us learn the city. You will walk the streets and visit shops looking for people of peace. You will come back and let us know what is in your grid: universities, businesses, churches, mosques, hospitals, etc. You will be meeting people and spending life-on-life time with them having tea, watching a futball match (soccer), eating the local food, seeing the sites, and more. During that time, you will be sharing what Christ has done in your life and seeing how they respond and if they are open to the Good News. You will be hanging out with local believers and praying over them, encouraging them, and loving them. You will also be learning the local ins and outs of the city like transportation, etc. All of the information you provide and the relationships you build will help us develop strategies to reach the city and each of its unique demographics with the Gospel.

  • Special requirements: We need students who focused on serving the Lord. You need to be someone who will prayerfully enter every conversation with discernment. Previous experience working with Muslims is helpful. If you have not worked with Muslims, you need to be willing to follow instructions for your safety and ours. You need to be in good enough physical condition to walk extensively to explore the city. Must have a passport or have applied for one by Feb. 3, 2023. Must be a Sophomore or above (in second year of college after high school graduation). After appointment, you will be required to be vaccinated for: COVID (2 shots), Hepatitis A and Typhoid by May 1, 2023. (Will be reimbursed for required shots.)
  • Team: 4 Students
  • Location: North Africa
  • Amount you raise: TBD

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Media Intern

Mission Focus: Blogging, Photography, Unreached People

Service Dates: June 1 - July 30, 2023, Orientation May 19 - 21, 2023
Application Deadline: Jan. 31, 2023
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 10-12, 2023

In partnership with other teams in the area, spend your summer sharing what God is doing through their daily ministries. You will travel between the teams, sharing their daily lives and stories through blog posts and capturing media clips. You will be involved in evangelism... always ready to share THE story with someone who has not heard. Help your field supervisor by creating media pieces to be used in telling the story of what God is doing in the region. Tasks will include taking pictures and video, webpage/blog updating, and writing short articles. 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. You will then travel on 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. Team members must commit to the entire program from orientation through debrief.

  • Special requirements: Good physical condition, able to endure extensive walking, extreme heat, humidity, and poor air quality. This is not a good assignment for students with asthma, diabetes, severe allergies, limited physical mobility, or food allergies. If you have ongoing needs, medication management or counseling related to depression, anxiety, PTSD, or sexual abuse, you should consider applying for this position at a later time. Field supervisor should be made aware of any pre-existing physical conditions before arriving on the field. Must have a passport or have applied for one by Feb. 3, 2023. After appointment, you will be required to be vaccinated for: COVID (2 shots), Hepatitis A, Hepatitis B, Japanese Encephalitis, Malaria and Typhoid by May 1, 2023. (Will be reimbursed for required shots.)
  • Team: 1 Student
  • Location: Philippines
  • Amount you raise: $3530 ($5430 Total cost of project)

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Multiply Internship

Mission Focus: Church Planting, Community Outreach, Evangelism

Service Dates: May 25 - July 31, 2023, Orientation May 19 - 21, 2023
Application Deadline: Jan. 31, 2023
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 10-12, 2023

Multiply is an immersive missions experience where you will learn how to be on mission in a city that desperately needs the Gospel by being fully engaged in the culture of this city. You will be placed in a local urban ministry and serve alongside them. Along with serving others, you will be trained and equipped as a missionary by hearing from various pastors, missionaries, and church planters who are experienced in urban ministry. You will also grow in learning how to make disciples and be on mission wherever you are in the context of community. As you serve, you will meet the spiritual, physical, and social needs of the people of New York City. Our goal is to train and equip young leaders to experience ministry in a Global City, and have their hearts broken for ministry either here in NYC, or what God is calling them to do in their life.

  • Special requirements: We are looking for all kinds of students. We will match you with churches based on your strengths and the church’s needs. Any language skills are a huge plus, considering the broad range of cultures here in New York. Churches also often are looking for help with worship ministry and kids’ ministry, so skills and gifts in that area are also a huge plus.
  • Team: 3 Students
  • Location: New York City, NY
  • Amount you raise: $2950 ($4530 Total cost of project)

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Outdoorsmen Adventure

Mission Focus: Outdoor Ministry, Children, Youth Ministry

Service Dates: June 13 - July 27, 2023, Orientation May 19 - 21, 2023
Application Deadline: Jan. 31, 2023
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 10-12, 2023

Outdoorsmen Church is a culturally relevant church plant with the vision of “outfitting the body to rescue the searching through uniquely Montanan ministries.” Our relaxed services are only midweek. You will be trained to effectively build relationships with the unchurched through outdoor activities including, but not limited to, hiking, backpacking, kayaking, and camping. Through our day camps, you will minister to children, many who have never heard the Gospel. You will go on missional expeditions where you will seek to build bridges with the lost. Day Camps is made up of sports camps and adventure camps. Every activity in the outdoors is an opportunity to build relationships whether its camping with the unchurched, backpacking and adventuring around the Missoula area, serving in children's ministry or youth at Wednesday service, even helping to plan youth events. You need to enjoy working with children, have an interest in or passion for the wild outdoors (you could be sleeping in tents at times) and be excellent team players with a servant's heart. Montana, as beautiful as it is, is also one of the most unreached cultures in the US.

  • Special requirements: Need to love working with kids first and foremost. Any outdoors skills will definitely come in handy. Archery, shooting, first aid, and survival skills will definitely give you an edge, but the main thing is to be teachable, a team player, and have a love for others to know Jesus.
  • Team: 2 Students
  • Location: Missoula, MT
  • Amount you raise: $960 ($1280 Total cost of project)

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Outreach to International Summer Workers

Mission Focus: Internationals, Community Outreach, Prayer Walking

Service Dates: May 25 - July 31, 2023, Orientation May 19 - 21, 2023
Application Deadline: Jan. 31, 2023
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 10-12, 2023

Tourism is one of the biggest contributors to Galveston's economy, and during the summer we rely on international students (J1s) to work in local restaurants, shops, and even as lifeguards. There is a great opportunity for evangelism to the nations right in our backyard. This team of self-starters will spend their summer seeking out and building relationships with J1 students in order to share the gospel and disciple them. This is a great opportunity to reach the nations to come to our Texas shore for summer work.

  • Special requirements: Self-starter, highly relational.
  • Team: 2 Students, Same Gender
  • Location: Galveston, TX
  • Amount you raise: $2350 ($3600 Total cost of project)

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Port Chaplain

Mission Focus: Internationals, Meeting Physical Needs, Evangelism

Service Dates: May 23 - Aug. 1, 2023, Orientation May 19 - 21, 2023
Application Deadline: Jan. 31, 2023
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 10-12, 2023

The world passes through our port! As an intern, you will 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 on cargo ships. Depending on your skill set(s), you will manage tasks at the ministry from direct ministry to crew including worship music, leading Bible studies, sharing 1:1, discipleship, receiving and distributing packages, greeting/sign in, helping prepare lunch, and maintaining drink station with beverages and snacks. Indirect ministry: developing social media, maintaining building and grounds, cleaning vehicles. Come meet and minister to the peoples of world.

  • Special requirements: Students who desires to serve the Lord and work with international seafarers.
  • Team: 2 Students, Same Gender
  • Location: Cape Canaveral, FL
  • Amount you raise: $1680 ($2245 Total cost of project)

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Reaching Muslims at Home

Mission Focus: Refugees/Immigrants, Unreached Peoples, Children, Lead Worship

Service Dates: May 30 - July 26, 2023, Orientation May 19 - 21, 2023
Application Deadline: Jan. 31, 2023
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 10-12, 2023

The Arabic Church of Milwaukee is a dynamic congregation in the heart of Milwaukee. Our main ministry is to Arab Christians and outreach to the over 20,000 Muslims in the greater Milwaukee area. We hold worship services two Saturdays a month with up to 60 in attendance. The rest of our ministry happens home to home and in local parks. This would be a summer where you would be able to cross cultures right here in America. We have a need for a student who is gifted and willing to lead worship through song. We sing in both Arabic and English and you would work closely with the worship team to lead the English songs. We are also looking for help with our children and youth ministries. One of the major issues is the second and third generation of the church mainly speak English. You can play a vital role in helping the church shape a youth/children's ministry tailored to those who are more comfortable with English. If you have a heart for children and youth and would like to be a part of reaching out to Muslim children and youth and their families, then this is an awesome opportunity for you. This will require you to be willing to step out, follow cultural norms, and effectively build relationships

  • Special requirements: One student must have the ability to lead worship (playing an instrument to lead is preferred). A gift or calling to work with children/youth. An ability to respect a different culture and be willing to listen to advice on how best to minister and evangelize to an Arab population. Flexibility and being willing to move at a different cultural pace are needed.
  • Team: 2 Students
  • Location: Milwaukee, WI
  • Amount you raise: TBD

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Refugee Task

Mission Focus: Refugees, Meeting Physical Needs

Service Dates: May 22 - June 19, 2023, Orientation May 19 - 21, 2023
Application Deadline: Jan. 31, 2023
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 10-12, 2023

Help us engage 1.4 Million Sudanese and South Sudanese Refugees who are fleeing from war and famine by providing Humanitarian Aid and Spiritual Aid. You will find a unique place to serve here. Join our unified team of people from multiple countries, organizations, and backgrounds. Let's serve the Lord and those who are in need together.

  • Special requirements: Able to endure extensive walking, extreme heat, and rigorous activity. You need to be in reasonable health for this job, no major restrictions that might hinder you from work. Must have a passport or have applied for one by Feb. 3, 2023. After appointment, you will be required to be vaccinated for: COVID (2 shots), Hepatitis A, Hepatitis B, Malaria, Yellow Fever and Meningitis by May 1, 2023. (Will be reimbursed for required shots.)
  • Team: 4 Students, Same Gender Pairs
  • Location: Uganda
  • Amount you raise: $3200 ($4950 Total cost of project)

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Riverside Church Planting

Mission Focus: Discipleship, Church Planting, Community Outreach

Service Dates: May 22 - July 24, 2023, Orientation May 19 - 21, 2023
Application Deadline: Jan. 31, 2023
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 10-12, 2023

92% of people in our city are spiritually disconnected, and most are apathetic to the gospel. We want to see that change by being a church that is FOR Denver, the West, and the World. You will be serving across our two church locations in Denver. Our Riverside location is in the heart of downtown Denver in the Jefferson Park neighborhood and is surrounded by a mix of young adults in luxury apartments and families in low-income housing. You will get to serve in the community through picnics in the park, gathering information on surrounding neighborhoods to inform community outreach, and building relationships with community members by plugging into community activities. Our Journey Point location is located in the neighborhood of Central Park on the edge of Denver Proper. This community is full of young professionals and wealthy young families who are very community-centric. You will engage weekly with the community through block parties that serve our families, as well as participating in local activities to build relationships with community members. You will also help with projects at our Journey Point building to prepare it for community use outside of Sunday mornings. Every day is different, as is the life of a church planter, and we are looking for students with a passion for reaching the lost in our city, who are teachable, and who are flexible and adaptable.

  • Special requirements: Passion for reaching the lost in our city, teachable, flexible.
  • Team: 2 Students
  • Location: Denver, CO
  • Amount you raise: TBD

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Serving Women in Crisis

Mission Focus: Women's Ministry, Children, Meeting Physical Needs

Service Dates: May 22 - Aug. 1, 2023, Orientation May 19 - 21, 2023
Application Deadline: Jan. 31, 2023
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 10-12, 2023

The Living Vine is a Christian Maternity Home and Aftercare Program. We house expectant mothers and mothers with babies up to toddler age. The women 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, a thrift store 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 and possess CPR certification
  • Team: 2 Females
  • Location: Savannah, GA
  • Amount you raise: $965 ($1290 Total cost of project)

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Student Engagement & Orphan Care

Mission Focus: College Ministry, Refugees, Sports, Teach English

Service Dates: June 1- July 15, 2023, Orientation May 19 - 21, 2023
Application Deadline: Jan. 31, 2023
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 10-12, 2023

We are looking for students to come alongside our team to reach the lost with the gospel. We already have established ministries with university students, and you would plug into many of the things we are already doing. We use English conversation meetings to connect and identify those who are seeking Christ and then steering those conversations towards the gospel. There will also be an orphan care component of this trip, where you will have the opportunity to spend 11 days in the mountains at an orphan camp, caring for the children, but also sharing the gospel with the Polish volunteers.

  • Special requirements: Able to walk several miles a day. Previous evangelism training helpful, but we can train upon arrival. After appointment, you will be required to be vaccinated for: COVID (2 shots) and Hepatitis A by May 1, 2023. (Will be reimbursed for required shots
  • Team: 2 Students
  • Location: Kraków, Poland
  • Amount you raise: $3640 ($5600 Total cost of project)

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Summer Outreach & Evangelism Team

Mission Focus: Community Outreach, Evangelism, Meeting Physical Needs

Service Dates: May 28 - July 24, 2023, Orientation May 19 - 21, 2023
Application Deadline: Jan. 31, 2023
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 10-12, 2023

Join our church for the summer to help us strategize how we can better love our community and prepare for the growing changes and challenges in our city. Castroville has a strong "Texas Small Town" culture and is a rapidly growing town outside of San Antonio that is a gateway to rural & border communities in Texas. We're looking for dedicated believers who are up for the challenge of serving a local church and helping pioneer new work within our city & into San Antonio. You will prayer-walk neighborhoods, encourage preexisting believers, lead others in outreach in their backyards and in San Antonio, help champion loving God, loving others, and making disciples who make disciples! Your team will be integrated with our staff to get firsthand experience of what church ministry can look like, while also serving as encouragers of the Gospel across our body and going out into our community for food distribution, prayer-walking, and evangelism. This team will also be coached & mentored in disciple-making principles and team dynamics that will benefit them in cross-cultural missions.

  • Special requirements: Must be comfortable in time-management, self-directed or unsupervised work, take direction well, be a clear communicator, comfortable initiating conversations and relationships, and maturity in communicating emotions. Have a pioneering mindset; a desire to help improve and/or bolster ministries; proactive versus reactive in nature; and a willing to go above and beyond. Students considering full-time ministry in any context are recommended. Helpful skills are multimedia (graphic design, videography, live sound) and worship leading (singing or play musical instrument). Spanish speaking is a plus, but not necessary. Must be a Sophomore or above (in second year of college after high school graduation).
  • Team: 2 Students, Same Gender
  • Location: Castroville, TX
  • Amount you raise: $1790 ($2750 Total cost of project)

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Summer Servants

Mission Focus: Evangelism, Children, Community Outreach

Service Dates: May 22 - Aug. 1, 2023, Orientation May 19 - 21, 2023
Application Deadline: Jan. 31, 2023
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 10-12, 2023

Be the hands and feet of Jesus as you help with a variety of projects at Mission Arlington and in the apartment complexes. You will join the Mission Arlington family and help with the day to day activities which include helping stock the food pantry, managing the clothing room, organizing donations, working in the office, and other day to day activities. You will be assigned a Mission Arlington apartment church to join and help assist with. This will include Bible study, afterschool programs, youth activities and other events that the apartment church is part of. You will serve 7 days a week. Mission Arlington is not an organization but a way of life. We simply get to spend all our days serving and teaching others who Jesus is.

  • Special requirements: We need students who are eager to share the Gospel and love other people. We work hard here and need students willing to do the same. You need to be flexible in that every day at the mission looks different. We desire to utilize the skills and gifts that each student has.
  • Team: 2 Students
  • Location: Arlington, TX
  • Amount you raise: $1280 ($1980 Total cost of project)

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Team Taunus

Mission Focus: College Ministry, Evangelism, Children, College Ministry

Service Dates: June 1 - July 17, 2023, Orientation May 19 - 21, 2023
Application Deadline: Jan. 31, 2023
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 10-12, 2023

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 really get to know the people of an international church? You 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 several university campuses in Wiesbaden and in Mainz. This will include ministries as a team, as well as reaching out and building relationships as individuals. Evangelism in Germany is almost always a relationship building process and it takes someone who is willing to invest time in getting to know people and be intentional in sharing their faith. It is NOT a program. 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 Taunus members must be flexible, willing to work hard to build connections and work hand in hand with church members in ministries ranging from youth to children’s ministry. Immanuel Baptist Church was the very first English language Baptist church established in Germany after WWII. God has given us a heart for our city and our area, and we believe He has great things in store. Flexibility, an ability to engage people from a large variety of cultural backgrounds and being a self-starter are key for this position! The pace of life is slower than in the USA and success is not measured in your ability to be super busy, but to find creative ways to engage and build relationships. If you love people and are willing to invest in a very relational ministry, Team Taunus might just be a great fit for you!

  • Special requirements: Team Taunus Members MUST be: • INDEPENDENT • OUTGOING • CREATIVE • WILLING TO ADAPT • LOVE PEOPLE We are looking for students who are not afraid to work independently (not just in the team setting) and able to find opportunities where they present themselves, rather than needing an hour by hour schedule of what they should be doing. Students will travel alone on public transportation on a daily basis, perhaps coming from different places. Students should be mature and able to have "direct" conversations without being offended by those who disagree with them and are willing to say so (this kind of direct conversation is a typical German approach). Missionaries on Team Taunus should be skillful and have a heart for building real relationships with not-yet- believers. You must be willing to listen and learn as well as to speak truth in love. German language skills are a PLUS! Must have a passport or have applied for one by Feb. 3, 2023. Must have a passport or have applied for one by Feb. 3, 2023. After appointment, you will be required to be vaccinated for: COVID (2 shots) by May 1, 2023. (Will be reimbursed for required shots
  • Team: 2 Males, 2 Females
  • Location: Germany
  • Amount you raise: $2700 ($3600 Total cost of project)

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True North

Mission Focus: Refugees/Immigrants, Evangelism, Urban Outreach

Service Dates: June 12 - Aug. 1, 2023, Orientation May 19 - 21, 2023
Application Deadline: Jan. 31, 2023
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 10-12, 2023

Proclaim the gospel to refugees and immigrants from the North African and Middle Eastern (NAME) region in one of the most diverse cities in North America. These newcomers arrive from countries that are often closed off to the gospel, so most have never heard the good news. Also, their exposure to war and hardship often leaves them seeking answers that we know can only be found in Jesus. Now, however, they live in a city where they have freedom to genuinely search for truth, but they still need someone to share with them. We’re looking for outgoing and relational people who have a passion for taking the gospel to these people from diverse backgrounds. You will seek to meet NAME peoples through a variety of activities in the city, such as meeting people in parks, playing pick-up sports, or doing English conversation clubs, all with the purpose of creating opportunities to share the truth of the Gospel with them. We will train you in different strategies for being able to start these conversations and steer them toward the gospel. You will also participate in intentional prayer walking and ethnographic research of communities to help reach more people in the future. So, head north this summer and share the truth with NAME peoples.

  • Special requirements: You need to be able to navigate a variety of different cultures, be independent and able to work on your own as the summer progresses. Any Arabic language study would be beneficial but not necessary. You need to be self-starters and able to work with people of a variety of ages. Must have a passport or have applied for one by Feb. 3, 2023. Must be a Sophomore or above (in second year of college after high school graduation). After appointment, you will be required to be vaccinated for: COVID (2 shots) by May 1, 2023. (Will be reimbursed for required shots.)
  • Team: 2 Males, 2 Females
  • Location: Toronto, Canada
  • Amount you raise: $2130 ($2840 Total cost of project)

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University Melting Pot

Mission Focus: College Ministry, Church Planting, Community Outreach

Service Dates: May 24 - July 5, 2023, Orientation May 19 - 21, 2023
Application Deadline: Jan. 31, 2023
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 10-12, 2023

Are you ready to help us reach London? Join church planters, Journeymen, and local partners in meeting, sharing the Gospel, and discipling university students from around the world. As an integral member of our growing team, you will join us in gathering and grouping new student contacts for events, leading Discovery Bible Studies, and building intentional discipleship relationships. But that’s not all. Our local churches need your partnership to serve alongside them as they connect with their local university students in order to share the Gospel and disciple this next generation. So why give up your summer for London? According to The Standard newspaper, London is a modern-day Babel. Home to over 270 nations, this global city breaks records with over 300 spoken languages. On one bus ride alone, you will be overwhelmed with the sounds of English, Polish, Punjabi, Urdu, Bengali, Arabic, and French. London is a melting pot of nations in desperate need of the Gospel, and we need your help. Far too many of our communities are filled with people unaware and unconcerned with their spiritual bankruptcy. Will you join us in sharing the Gospel in London?

  • Special requirements: We are looking for the student willing to take risks and ready to push hard against your typical comfort zones. We want those who may be nervous but are unashamed to approach a stranger in a park or to knock on a door and offer prayer. We prefer to work with students who are actively involved in their local campus ministry but also in a local church. Experience in evangelism, event planning, and hosting or hospitality is helpful. London is a walking city, therefore, we are looking for students physically fit, prepared for lots of walking, self-motivated, willing to work hard but fluid when plans change on a dime, have a creative, approachable and teachable attitude, are sensitive to the Spirit’s leading, the needs of others, practice hospitality and grace, and are prepared to verbally share the Gospel. Must have a passport or have applied for one by Feb. 3, 2023. After appointment, you will be required to be vaccinated for: COVID (2 shots) by May 1, 2023. (Will be reimbursed for required shots
  • Team: 2 Males, 2 Females
  • Location: London, England
  • Amount you raise: $4600 ($7100 Total cost of project)

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University Pioneer Work

Mission Focus: University Ministry, Sports, Evangelism

Service Dates: June 1 - July 30, 2023, Orientation May 19 - 21, 2023
Application Deadline: Jan. 31, 2023
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 10-12, 2023

Our city has more than 15 million people. University students make up almost 1 million of those people. Most of these students have never heard the true story of Jesus. There is currently some amazing work taking place at a few universities, but we would like to expand to more! This is an opportunity to go to a new campus to share with those who have never heard and find students who are seeking to know more. If you like to share the Gospel in many different ways such as sharing 1 on 1, playing sports, hosting activities/events, joining campus clubs, and many more ways then this is the summer job for you! 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 summer of ministry, you will return to the US for a joint debrief... sharing all God has done over the summer. Participants must attend the entire program from orientation through the end of debrief.

  • Special requirements: Able to endure extensive walking, extreme heat, humidity, and poor air quality. Bangkok is very hot. This job will require a lot of walking so must be physically able to walk a lot daily. You should be in good overall health. Field supervisor should be made aware of pre-existing conditions. Students with severe food allergies or food preferences, consider other options as your needs may not be able to be accommodated. If you have ongoing needs or medication management or counseling related to depression, anxiety, PTSD, or sexual abuse, these resources are generally unavailable, and you should consider applying for this job at a later time. Must have a passport or have applied for one by Feb. 3, 2023. After appointment, you will be required to be vaccinated for: COVID (2 shots), Hepatitis A, Hepatitis B and Typhoid by May 1, 2023. (Will be reimbursed for required shots.)
  • Team: 3 Students
  • Location: Bangkok, Thailand
  • Amount you raise: $3600 ($5540 Total cost of project)

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UPG Kids Camp

Mission Focus: Children, Camp, Refugees/Immigrants

Service Dates: June 1 - July 31, 2023, Orientation May 19 - 21, 2023
Application Deadline: Jan. 31, 2023
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 10-12, 2023

The Afghan crisis in August 2021 brought scores of Afghan refugees to Houston and opportunities for Global Gates missionaries never before realized. Most Afghan refugees living in Houston have come from difficult circumstances while living in Afghanistan. Life in general has failed them as well as their religion. During your time in Houston, you will become proficient in sharing the gospel with Muslims. Your assignment is to host a summer camp for Afghan kids (ages 8-11) and a second camp for Afghan teens (ages 12-18). At the camps, you will show them fun as they have never seen before, love they have never seen before, and introduce Jesus in a way they have never seen.

  • Special requirements: Bring your skills with you such as lifeguarding, outdoor camping skills, telling Bible stories, fun games, musical instrument playing, sharing the Gospel with Muslim skills. Must be a Sophomore or above (in second year of college after high school graduation).
  • Team: 4 Students
  • Location: Houston, TX
  • Amount you raise: $2500 ($3835 Total cost of project)

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Urban Immersion

Mission Focus: Community Outreach, Children, Youth Ministry

Service Dates: May 22 - July 22, 2023, Orientation May 19 - 21, 2023
Application Deadline: Jan. 31, 2023
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 10-12, 2023

Students serving at MCH will be immersed in urban ministry, living and working in one of the most diverse cities in America. You will be trained in sharing your faith, discipling others, and in personal spiritual disciplines. It is our desire to help you grow as disciples of Christ and to equip you for mission work long after your time with us is through. Each week, you will have multiple opportunities to teach in clubs for children and teens and help in senior adult programs. You will help us distribute clothes and food to those who are in need in our communities and also help prepare for these distributions. There are many other opportunities to help you connect with the people here, such as Bible Studies, home visits, yardwork for our neighbors, and block parties. You will lead visiting youth and family mission groups in prayer walking and serving in all of our ministries. Each Sunday, you will attend worship, including some with various ethnic churches. You will develop as a leader and a disciple, and your vision for missions will grow!

  • Special requirements: Student who is Kingdom-minded, focused, a self-starter, and a hard worker will excel at this ministry. Spanish speakers are a nice bonus, but not a requirement.
  • Team: 2 Students
  • Location: Houston, TX
  • Amount you raise: $735 ($980 Total cost of project)

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Urban Jungle

Mission Focus: College Ministry, Evangelism, Prayer Walking

Service Dates: May 22 - July 15, 2023, Orientation May 19 - 21, 2023
Application Deadline: Jan. 31, 2023
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 10-12, 2023

Come partner in a work that God is doing among University students in Eastern Europe. In an area with 150,000 University students and a city of over 2 million people the possibilities are endless. You will help a newly created student organization with outreach events like trivia nights, games nights and weekly broad gospel sowing activities in order to meet people and start relationships with them. You will have the chance to help in home group bible studies and be a part of a team reaching out to an area that is less than .01% believers. You will also build relationships with other students through coffee house visits, helping with English classes, sports ministry opportunities, one-on-one relationships, outreach events like karaoke night and weekly broad gospel sowing activities. You will have the chance to help in house church plants and be a part of a team reaching out to an area that is less than .01% evangelical. Come join the work God is doing here and see how it will not only change others’ lives but yours as well.

  • Special requirements: Must be someone who loves to meet new people, be outgoing, self-starting and people oriented with a desire to use an interest in sports, English, games and much more to reach their fellow students. Our students tend to be a little older, so a mature student is helpful. Must have a passport or have applied for one by Feb. 3, 2023. Must be a Sophomore or above (in second year of college after high school graduation). After appointment, you will be required to be vaccinated for: COVID (2 shots) and Hepatitis A by May 1, 2023. (Will be reimbursed for required shots.)
  • Team: 2 Males, 2 Females
  • Location: Eastern Europe
  • Amount you raise: $3750 ($5000 Total cost of project)

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Urban Risk Taker

Mission Focus: Teaching English, Human Trafficking Victims, Business Development

Service Dates: June 1 - July 30, 2023, Orientation May 19 - 21, 2023
Application Deadline: Jan. 31, 2023
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 10-12, 2023

Join us in our city of 3.5 million people from all walks of life who are trapped in darkness. We need students who are ready, able, and eager to get creative and look for ways to engage our city with the Gospel. Using your gifts and skills, you can impact our city through an English language community, outreach to victims of human trafficking, prisoners, small business development, and exploring the streets looking for open doors. 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 summer of ministry, you will return to the US for a joint debrief... sharing all God has done over the summer. Participants must attend the entire program from orientation through the end of debrief.

  • Special requirements: Good physical condition, able to endure extensive walking, extreme heat, humidity, and poor air quality. This is not a good assignment for students with asthma, diabetes, severe allergies, limited physical mobility, or food allergies. Field supervisor should be made aware of any pre-existing physical conditions before arriving on the field. Must have a passport or have applied for one by Feb. 3, 2023. After appointment, you will be required to be vaccinated for: COVID (2 shots), Hepatitis A, Japanese Encephalitis and Typhoid by May 1, 2023. (Will be reimbursed for required shots.)
  • Team: 2 Students
  • Location: Southeast Asia
  • Amount you raise: $3850 ($5940 Total cost of project)

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Urban Trek

Mission Focus: College Ministry, Evangelism, Teach English

Service Dates: May 25 - July 30, 2023, Orientation May 19 - 21, 2023
Application Deadline: Jan. 31, 2023
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 10-12, 2023

Come be a part of engaging university students and young adults with the Gospel in a Central Asian megacity of 18 million! You will have the opportunity to build relationships and share God’s hope with people who have never heard the gospel before in one of the least reached countries in the world. You will help at our weekly evening events at our community center, such as games nights, English practice time, and park hangouts. When you aren't at the community center, you will trek through one of the coolest and most historic cities in the world seeking to engage new students and looking for hearts where the Father is working. Boldness, energy, flexibility, patience and a kind heart are all helpful in the task of reaching out and sharing with Central Asians. Use whatever gifts and passion God has given you such as sports, music, art, drinking coffee, or exploring, to form relationships and share not only the gospel of God but your life as well with our friends in Central Asia

  • Special requirements: Experience with teaching ESL or being a conversation partners for international students is helpful. Must have a passport or have applied for one by Feb. 3, 2023. After appointment, you will be required to be vaccinated for: COVID (2 shots), Hepatitis A, Hepatitis B and Typhoid by May 1, 2023. (Will be reimbursed for required shots.)
  • Team: 2 Students, Same Gender
  • Location: Central Asia
  • Amount you raise: $3600 ($5575 Total cost of project)

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Youth Leader

Mission Focus: Youth Ministry, Expat Ministry

Service Dates: June 1 - Aug. 1, 2023, Orientation May 19 - 21, 2023
Application Deadline: Jan. 31, 2023
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 10-12, 2023

We are an international fellowship. Our body is comprised of believers from over ninety nations who have come to work for the national oil company. As an expat community, we have the great privilege of gathering together as many cultures and many nations in the only legal fellowship in the country. Great discretion is required of our body in order to continue enjoying the freedom to meet and serve one another. We are seeking a summer youth intern. Because of our location and the diversity of our body, this would be a very rich and rewarding opportunity for a young man who has shown great personal maturity, spiritual depth, and an ability to work well with people from different cultures and backgrounds. Our summers here are very transitional with many families leaving for expat travel at different points, and we would rely heavily on a youth intern to plan events, studies, and fellowship times for the youth who will be in country during the season. Responsibilities and duties would include the above mentioned, of course, but the greatest duty of a youth intern would be to simply spend time ministering to and enjoying friendships with our extraordinary students. This is not a normal youth ministry job. This would be like seeing a picture of what heaven will one day be like, as our youth intern would work with students and adult volunteers who are vastly different yet united as brothers and sisters serving Christ together. Again, because of our location and the discretion that is required of our fellowship here, none of the details about our fellowship, our students, or our work can be shared online.

  • Special requirements: Must be a mature leader who can work in a sensitive area of the world. Must be a self starter and be able to teach the word of God. The biggest qualification is the desire to spend your time with our teenagers. Social media would be restricted while in country for the sake of our body. Must have a passport or have applied for one by Feb. 3, 2023. After appointment, you will be required to be vaccinated for: COVID (2 shots), Hepatitis A, Hepatitis B and Typhoid by May 1, 2023. (Will be reimbursed for required shots.)
  • Team: 1 Male
  • Location: Middle East
  • Amount you raise: $2300 ($3070 Total cost of project)

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Mission Lab

Mission Focus: Missional Living, Home Missions

Service Dates: May 22 - July 17, 2023, Orientation May 19 - 21, 2023
Application Deadline: Jan. 31, 2023
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 10-12, 2023

Is your summer mission field an internship, summer school, or summer job? Learn to live missionally in these callings as you seek to further God’s call to share your life and the Gospel! You will find a local ministry in the city where you will be living this summer and will be commissioned to serve Jesus as a missionary at your summer job, internship, or local church. You will receive weekly virtual training from practitioners around the world who live out their calling every day. You will receive support and accountability from your cohort leader and fellow Mission Lab participants as you discover missional living at your home, your community, interning at leading companies, nursing school hallways, or drive through windows. You will go through the same process of Go Now Discovery Weekend and attend orientation in May. Come leverage your summer commitment for the Kingdom to develop habits and rhythms of missional living for life.

  • Special requirements: Attend weekly cohort meetings and have regular accountability. Self-starter, commitment to be on mission in your context.
  • Team: 10 Students
  • Location: City where you will be living this summer.
  • Amount you raise: $150 ($400 Total cost of project)

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Adventure Camp

Mission Focus: Camp, Children, Families

Service Dates: June 20 - July 6, 2023, Orientation May 19 - 21, 2023
Application Deadline: Jan. 31, 2023
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 10-12, 2023

Outdoorsmen Church is a culturally relevant church plant with the vision of “outfitting the body to rescue the searching through uniquely Montanan ministries.” Our relaxed services are only midweek. You will join the summer missionaries and our church family to conduct day camps, designed to reach our community. Through our day camps, you will minister to children, many who have never heard the Gospel. Our day camp program is made up of sports camps and adventure camps. You will go on missional expeditions where you will seek to build bridges with the lost. Every activity in the outdoors is an opportunity to build relationships. You need to enjoy working with children, have an interest in or passion for the wild outdoors (you could be sleeping in tents at times) and be excellent team players with a servant's heart. Montana, as beautiful as it is, is also one of the most unreached cultures in the US

  • Special requirements: Love working with kids is most important. Any outdoors skills such as archery, shooting, first aid, and survival skills will definitely give you an edge, but the main thing is to be teachable, a team player, and have a love for others to know Jesus.
  • Team: 4 Students
  • Location: Missoula, MT
  • Amount you raise: $970 ($1140 Total cost of project)

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Amazon Assist

Mission Focus: Meeting Physical Needs, Children, Construction

Service Dates: May 27 - June 9, 2023, Orientation May 19 - 21, 2023
Application Deadline: Jan. 31, 2023
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 10-12, 2023

You will serve the local communities in Lima and Moyobamba. During your time, you will help over sixty soup kitchens distribute food to local communities, assist with light construction projects, and minister to the children through sports camps, VBS and various activities. We will use every opportunity to minister and share the love of Christ with every family we encounter.

  • Special requirements: No special skills required. We are looking for mature, hardworking individuals who are willing to learn and follow instruction. Need to be flexible and willing to serve others. Bilingual-Spanish/English is helpful. Must have a passport or have applied for one by Feb. 3, 2023. After appointment, you will be required to be vaccinated for: COVID (2 shots), Hepatitis A, Hepatitis B and Yellow Fever by May 1, 2023. (Will be reimbursed for required shots.)
  • Team: 5 Students
  • Location: Peru
  • Amount you raise: $2960 ($3700 Total cost of project)

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Amazon Medical Team

Mission Focus: Medical, Meeting Physical Needs, Children

Service Dates: July 7 - July 20, 2023, Orientation May 19 - 21, 2023
Application Deadline: Jan. 31, 2023
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 10-12, 2023

The team will travel by boat to indigenous villages and communities along the banks of the Amazon River. The work takes place in an area called the "tres fronteiras" or three borders. It is where the Amazon flows out of Peru and Colombia into Brazil. Alongside a doctor and a nurse, you will engage in providing medical care for the people of these communities. The team will travel and live on a two level open-sided hammock boat. We will travel to a community and "dock" at the bank of the river. The boat is our "home away from home" as we minister in the villages. There are also opportunities to lead VBS type activities with children, share Jesus with those waiting in the clinic, and possibly lead Bible studies in homes. Other ministries are possible, depending on the gifts and strengths of team members.

  • Special requirements: For medical, pre-med, and nursing students only. Must be a team player, extremely flexible, and willing to work in various positions. Must be in good physical condition, able to endure extensive walking, extreme heat, and humidity. Must have a passport or have applied for one by Feb. 3, 2023. After appointment, you will be required to be vaccinated for: COVID (2 shots), Hepatitis A, Hepatitis B, Malaria, Typhoid and Yellow Fever by May 1, 2023. (Will be reimbursed for required shots.)
  • Team: 9 Students, 1 Doctor, 1 Nurse
  • Location: Brazil
  • Amount you raise: $3075 ($4100 Total cost of project)

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Digital Media and City Outreach

Mission Focus: Digital Media, Prayer Walking, Mapping

Service Dates: May 22 - June 22, 2023, Orientation May 19 - 21, 2023
Application Deadline: Jan. 31, 2023
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 10-12, 2023

Our city it is home to fifteen million people with three million of those concentrated in the city center where our team works. Like most urban settings life is hectic, crowded, and full of distractions. There is a high literacy rate, booming arts, and music scene. However, there are many people struggling due to a poor and fluctuating economy. Worries over making ends meet clash with the business of city life. Many people are looking for hope. We know the answer for that is Jesus Christ. Because so many people live packed together in large apartment buildings and have such busy lives, they can often be hard to reach. One strategy we are utilizing to connect with new people is digital media. You will help with create content and get images for our digital outreach. You will also be involved with prayer walking and mapping for church planting, University outreach, and English club activities. You will not work alone! In the city center there are 42 Baptist churches. There will be opportunities to connect with and walk alongside local believers as you encourage them and go together to share the gospel. We seek to see people evangelized, see churches planted and see our Argentine brothers and sisters in Christ mobilized to their city, nation and to the world. Come help us! Your first stop will be a joint Orientation with other students being sent to serve throughout the Americas. At the end of your trip you will return for a time of debriefing. Orientation and debrief are hosted near Memphis, Tennessee.

  • Special requirements: Some ability to speak Spanish is necessary. You do not have to be fluent, but the more you speak, the smoother your experience will be. Able to walk and stand a lot. Must have a passport or have applied for one by Feb. 3, 2023. Must have a passport or have applied for one by Feb. 3, 2023. After appointment, you will be required to be vaccinated for: COVID (2 shots), Hepatitis A and Typhoid by May 1, 2023. (Will be reimbursed for required shots.)
  • Team: 2 Students
  • Location: Buenos Aires, Argentina
  • Amount you raise: $3600 ($4850 Total cost of project)

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Entry and Evangelism Team

Mission Focus: Prayer Walking, Mapping, Spanish Speakers

Service Dates: May 22 - June 22, 2023, Orientation May 19 - 21, 2023
Application Deadline: Jan. 31, 2023
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 10-12, 2023

Our city of 20 million people is considered a global city because many people from different countries and our country live here. There is a long time Evangelical presence but still around 18 million people do not have a personal relationship with Christ. Most of the colonias or living areas are close to each other and in many there is no Christian church. As part of the project, you will be assigned a section of the city to map and to prayer walk. The goal is to talk to people as God provides opportunities and find people of peace that may want to open their homes to study the Bible. You will receive training in ways to share the Gospel using simple Spanish sentences, as well as finding bilingual people to help them share the Gospel and teach Bible studies in the area assigned. You will be asked to organize events in the community to get to know more people. Some ideas of events that could be planned based on the interest and skills of the students in the group are: children’s activities, sports events, artistic presentations, English classes, fitness classes, conferences, crafts, writing workshops, puppet shows, etc. There will also be an opportunity to work in a local ministry that focuses on reaching the students at a local university that has an enrollment of 100,000 students. The team will work with missionaries who have lived in the city for 13 years and are passionate about reaching the city and teaching you to reach the city. Your first stop will be a joint Orientation with other students being sent to serve throughout the Americas. At the end of your trip, you will return for a time of debriefing. Orientation and debrief are hosted near Memphis, Tennessee.

  • Special requirements: Able to endure extensive walking, high altitude, and poor air quality. Must have a passport or have applied for one by Feb. 3, 2023. After appointment, you will be required to be vaccinated for: COVID (2 shots) and Hepatitis A by May 1, 2023. (Will be reimbursed for required shots.)
  • Team: 6 Students
  • Location: Mexico City, Mexico
  • Amount you raise: $3085 ($4100 Total cost of project)

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Fresh Eyes Experience

Mission Focus: Teach English, Prayer Walking, Teach English, Unreached Peoples

Service Dates: June 5 - June 23, 2023, Orientation May 19 - 21, 2023
Application Deadline: Jan. 31, 2023
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 10-12, 2023

Over 100,000 West African Muslims live throughout the five boroughs of New York City and many have never personally met a Christian or even have the complete Bible in their own language. Some come here just to get a job and send money back home to help support their families. Others come with their families to find more opportunities for wealth and education. Each of those coming to America are seen as providers for their communities back in West Africa and are an even greater gateway to that community that hasn't heard the Gospel. Our main goal is to search out and rediscover these communities to find people of peace, people that desire to hear the Gospel. We have already begun some rediscovery of these communities since COVID, and we are needing more laborers to work alongside us. Come serve with us and help us see with fresh eyes. Activities include teaching English classes, prayer walks, visiting (mosques, shops, homes, etc.), and developing lasting relationships to lead into Bible Studies. Everything will feed into the larger strategy of gaining access to a people group to share the gospel and multiplying disciples.

  • Special requirements: Shows an active growth in pursing God daily. Shares Christian faith to others.
  • Team: 2 Males, 4 Females, 1 Adult Coordinator
  • Location: New York City, NY
  • Amount you raise: $2000 ($2675 Total cost of project)

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Green Mountain Adventure

Mission Focus: College Ministry, Evangelism, Prayer Walking

Service Dates: June 29 - July 31, 2023, Orientation May 19 - 21, 2023
Application Deadline: Jan. 31, 2023
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 10-12, 2023

Do you have a heart for reaching unreached peoples? Come to Vermont and serve campuses and communities that have NEVER HEARD THE GOSPEL! Vermont is a beautiful place with wonderful people, but it's a post evangelical society. Every week will include serving alongside a local church body and making an impact on college campuses for the sake of the Gospel. You will get the opportunity to host outdoor adventures for college students, prayer walk and share the Gospel on unreached campuses, complete service projects and assist a local church in hosting an annual Mega Sports Camp VBS. We are looking for students who are eager to share their faith, help spread the message of the Gospel through service projects and make an impact in the Green Mountain State for the Kingdom of God through prayer and action!

  • Special requirements: Heart for sharing the Gospel and a desire to experience several facets of ministry. Flexible, willing to meet people where they are in a spiritual context, comfortable spending a significant amount of time in the great outdoors.
  • Team: 2 Females
  • Location: Burlington, VT
  • Amount you raise: $1500 ($2035 Total cost of project)

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Hands and Feet of Jesus

Mission Focus: Children, Families, Women's Ministry

Service Dates: July 2 - July 29, 2023, Orientation May 19 - 21, 2023
Application Deadline: Jan. 31, 2023
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 10-12, 2023

Are you looking for a rewarding opportunity to work with children who may have been abused or experiences some type of trauma? Our job is to give the children at our facility a safe and loving environment while they find healing. Your duties will be no different, you will be the hands and feet of Jesus. You will help the children get through their summer by playing outside, being an ear to listen or a shoulder to lean on. Daily childcare consists of watching children that range in ages from 1-17 years old from 7:45 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. You will also help with the older kids as they participate in local VBS, outings to the beach, hiking, camping outings, swimming, museums and much more. It can get messy some days and some days are harder than others. Come show the love and hope of Jesus to children who have been hurt.

  • Special requirements: Servant’s heart, outgoing, active, enjoys being outdoors, creative, enthusiastic, patient, and loves kids of all ages.
  • Team: 2 Females
  • Location: Goliad, TX
  • Amount you raise: $900 ($1080 Total cost of project)

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Medical and Collegiate Team

Mission Focus: Medical, College Ministry

Service Dates: June 10 - June 17, 2023, Orientation May 19 - 21, 2023
Application Deadline: Jan. 31, 2023
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 10-12, 2023

Your team will help to provide medical clinics in marginal areas of the city. You will work in partnership with local medical and church volunteers in providing medical services, activities for children while the medical personnel are taking care of the family, and maybe activities for youth. The location will be in the north and northeast part of Mexico City or the State of Mexico. The cultural context will be in urban areas among a working class population. The activities will take place around mid-morning and mid-afternoon. The team will also have the opportunity to work with college students on local campuses through conversational English classes, evangelism, and discipleship.

  • Special requirements: Nursing students or medical students that can communicate cross-culturally. At least 2 students must speak Spanish. Must have a passport or have applied for one by Feb. 3, 2023. Must be a Sophomore or above (in second year of college after high school graduation). After appointment, you will be required to be vaccinated for: COVID (2 shots), Hepatitis A and Hepatitis B by May 1, 2023. (Will be reimbursed for required shots.)
  • Team: 4 Students, 1 Medical Professional Adult Coordinator
  • Location: Mexico City, Mexico
  • Amount you raise: $1075 ($1350 Total cost of project)

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Refugee Discipleship

Mission Focus: Teach English, Discipleship, Refugees/Immigrants

Service Dates: July 1 - July 29, 2023, Orientation May 19 - 21, 2023
Application Deadline: Jan. 31, 2023
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 10-12, 2023

Your main job will be teaching English and modeling discipleship to students who have sought refuge form a neighboring country. The schools they attend want to provide some international English activities for the students. They want to learn English language, American Culture, and the Bible. Their English language abilities are beginner level. They are Christian already but do not have much experience with God or knowledge about Christian life. Your goal will be to build personal relationships in the process of English teaching so that you can help them grown in faith, and understand Christian basic life(assurance of salvation, Quiet Time, Bible reading, prayer, memory verses). These students could be the future workers to reach their people! In the mornings you will assist local South Korean churches with English activities. In the afternoon, you will teach the refugees at the schools.

  • Special requirements: Enjoy cultural differences, willing to sleep on the floor sometimes, and eat Korean food. English Teaching Skills and Educational Skills will be very helpful. Must have a passport or have applied for one by Feb. 3, 2023. Must be a Sophomore or above (in second year of college after high school graduation). After appointment, you will be required to be vaccinated for: COVID (2 shots), Hepatitis A, Hepatitis B and Typhoid by May 1, 2023. (Will be reimbursed for required shots.)
  • Team: 2 Females
  • Location: South Korea
  • Amount you raise: $3600 ($4480 Total cost of project)

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Salmon Frenzy Beach Reach Interns

Mission Focus: Children, Community Outreach, Evangelism

Service Dates: July 3 - Aug 4, 2023, Orientation May 19 - 21, 2023
Application Deadline: Jan. 31, 2023
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 10-12, 2023

Fish & Game allows Alaskan residents to use 5' radius dip nets to intercept the salmon runs during the last three weeks of July. Families camping on the beaches of the Cook Inlet are dip-netting salmon from the mouth of the rivers, and kids are everywhere. We host outreaches on the beaches at the mouth of salmon-infested rivers. Alaska Missions will host 300 short term mission volunteers in evangelistic outreaches during dip netting season. Our hope is to melt agnostic hostility to Christ and soften hearts toward God so that they take a second look at who is Jesus Christ. We believe that He, and what He offers, is irresistible. You will aid our staff in setting up bedding, carrying supplies, and serving meals. Additionally, you will assist short term teams by hosting lodging locations and will be utilized in sharing bible stories on beaches / connecting with kids / serving beachgoers hotdogs, lemonade, or cocoa. Mondays are sightseeing days which can include fishing, hiking and marine tours.

  • Special requirements: We need interns who are team players, physically fit, and able to endure a steady pace of activity. This project is work-intensive since we are setting up large tents, moving gear to/from locations daily. Skills with children are needed, since much of our task is engaging kids while parents are fishing.
  • Team: 2 Males, 2 Females
  • Location: Soldotna, AK
  • Amount you raise: $2150 ($2880 Total cost of project)

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Schools for Christ

Mission Focus: Children, Community Outreach, Social Justice

Service Dates: May 22 - June 19, 2023, Orientation May 19 - 21, 2023
Application Deadline: Jan. 31, 2023
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 10-12, 2023

Come learn more about the Latin American culture, as you serve grade school children in our schools. We want to take advantage of the fact that the Guatemalan government still allows Christian literature to be read and given to public schools. Schools for Christ provides written material for kids to learn how to read. We have a strong relationship with schools all over the country and are able to minister to children of all ages. You will also be able to work with programs developed by our churches that feed the elderly twice a week. We also have programs that aid malnourished kids in our communities. We work with nurses and doctors to make sure they are medically taken care of as well. You will also attend summer camps for children and youth. You can also help bridge and strengthen our relationships with our schools by giving after school tutoring to kids who want to learn English. There is a strong need for English speakers in our community.

  • Special requirements: Students willing to interacting with Children, young adults, and the elderly. Must have a passport or have applied for one by Feb. 3, 2023. After appointment, you will be required to be vaccinated for: COVID (2 shots) and Hepatitis A by May 1, 2023. (Will be reimbursed for required shots.)
  • Team: 4 Students
  • Location: Guatemala
  • Amount you raise: $2350 ($2930 Total cost of project)

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Serving the Lease of These

Mission Focus: Orphans, Evangelism, Sports

Service Dates: July 1 - July 31, 2023, Orientation May 19 - 21, 2023
Application Deadline: Jan. 31, 2023
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 10-12, 2023

Noah's Ark Children's Home is an orphanage for abandoned, abused, and troubled children. We love on them, care for them, share the gospel with them, and provide for their every need while they are in our care. Are you sports minded, ready, and willing to share what Jesus has done for you? We have nine active 6-17 year old boys who relate to any type of sport but especially soccer! Building relationships with these boys is imperative to reaching their hearts for Christ. You will be ministering to the boys daily, but we encourage down time as well for your own spiritual and physical refreshment. There is a variety of ways you can serve including: leading daily devotionals, helping tutor during our morning summer school program, tending to the garden, helping with the chicken coop, leading a sports camp, organizing a Back Yard Bible Club, just hanging with the boys, having cooking classes, putting on movie nights, etc. Living with these boys you become hands and feet of Jesus in a visible form!

  • Special requirements: We need positive, motivated, energized, hardworking, and willing to give 110% type persons. Must love children and willing to get out of your comfort zone. Must have a passport or have applied for one by Feb. 3, 2023. After appointment, you will be required to be vaccinated for: COVID (2 shots), Hepatitis A, Hepatitis B and Typhoid by May 1, 2023. (Will be reimbursed for required shots.)
  • Team: 2 Students
  • Location: Jamaica
  • Amount you raise: $2600 ($3300 Total cost of project)

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Sustaining Hope Through Gardening

Mission Focus: Community Outreach, Meeting Physical Needs

Service Dates: July 21 - Aug. 1, 2023, Orientation May 19 - 21, 2023
Application Deadline: Jan. 31, 2023
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 10-12, 2023

We will build and refurbish sustainable vegetable gardens, discover needs, both spiritual and physical by visiting homes of beneficiaries, and engage students at Cwembe primary school (grades 1 to 6) with sports and bible lessons. You will plant trench gardens (a method of gardening that will produce a harvest that can feed a family of five in about three months) and work with family members receiving the garden. No gardening experience is necessary as team leaders will teach you how to plant a vegetable garden, build fences, and share your faith in a different culture. Each year we plant 3 to 6 new gardens complete with a fence, gate, water tank, and a garden hose. Your team will visit some of these locations to replant vegetables, repair fences, add guttering to homes to aid in water collection, and build on families' existing knowledge of gardening techniques such as companion planting and crop rotation for maximum yield. This will include the garden at Cwembe primary school that helps to feed 300+ students. You need to be able to spend long hours working with garden tools, building fences, planting vegetables, visiting homes, buying groceries, and sharing Christ with school-aged youth.

  • Special requirements: Volunteers are expected to work under HOPE leadership with a willingness to serve Christ, fully participate in the rigorous daily schedule, and extend themselves physically and emotionally. Must have a passport or have applied for one by Feb. 3, 2023. After appointment, you will be required to be vaccinated for: COVID (2 shots), Hepatitis A, Hepatitis B and Typhoid by May 1, 2023. (Will be reimbursed for required shots.)
  • Team: 4 Students
  • Location: South Africa
  • Amount you raise: $3200 ($4300 Total cost of project)

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Taking Church to the People

Mission Focus: Community Outreach, Children, Evangelism

Service Dates: Any 2 to 4 weeks between May 22 - Aug. 1, 2023, Orientation May 19 - 21, 2023
Application Deadline: Jan. 31, 2023
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 10-12, 2023

You will get to help with a variety of projects at Mission Arlington and in the apartment complexes as we want to be the hands and feet of Jesus. Students join the Mission Arlington family and help with the day to day activities going on. This can include helping stock the food pantry, managing the clothing room, organizing donations, working around the office, and other day to day activities. You will also be assigned a Mission Arlington apartment church to join and help assist with. This will include Bible study, afterschool programs, youth activities and other events that the apartment church is part of as we take the church to the people!

  • Special requirements: Eager to share the Gospel and love other people. Willing to work long hours 7 days a week, alongside our staff. Need to be flexible, every day at the mission looks different. We desire to utilize the skills and gifts that have
  • Team: 4 Students
  • Location: Arlington, TX
  • Amount you raise: For 2 weeks: $780 ($1170 Total cost of project) For 4 weeks: $925 ($1235 Total cost of project)

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Valley Reach

Mission Focus: Community Outreach, Church Planting, Families

Service Dates: July 9 - July 17, 2023, Orientation May 19 - 21, 2023
Application Deadline: Jan. 31, 2023
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 10-12, 2023

You don’t have to leave the state to make an impact! Come help us reach the valley by engaging with the community, prayer walking, evangelism, being the hands and feet of Jesus, VBS, children ministry and starting a new ministry or a new church plant. You will also assist with mapping and strategy planning for new church starts, help build beds for families in need, and participate in leadership development with local high school and college students. You will be working with low income families and small churches. Your last two days you will join and serve at the Texas Baptist Family gathering. Be part of seeing God glorified in the valley.

  • Special requirements: Flexibility, servant attitude, and boldly shares the gospel. Spanish speaking helpful, but not required.
  • Team: 8 Students, 1 Adult Coordinator
  • Location: Edinburg, TX
  • Amount you raise: $600 ($1000 Total cost of project) If you live in the area and do not need a flight, the amount you raise is $300.

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Women's World Cup

Mission Focus: Sports, Hospitality, Children

Service Dates: July 19 - Aug 1, 2023, Orientation May 19 - 21, 2023
Application Deadline: Jan. 31, 2023
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 10-12, 2023

You will join a large team of volunteers serving a support role alongside a sport outreach to the women’s World Cup finals. They will be 3 to 4 individual women’s soccer teams that will be playing against New Zealand Academy teams and during that friendly competitive activity will be sharing their faith. As a member of the support team, you will help with preparation and logistics for the teams as they land in Auckland. You may also attend a game and spend time in the Fanzone engaging people from all over the world. The team will also be involved in a local community care project in Auckland. You will serve in an intern role or support staff role to (International Sports Federation (ISF). You do not necessarily need to be a soccer player or even sporty. You just need to love Jesus and have an ability to serve others. This is a once in a lifetime mission opportunity as this kind of event only happens every four years and it’s the first time it’s happening in New Zealand.

  • Special requirements: Need to be upbeat, engaging, with good interpersonal skill, at home with crowds and people of your own age from different parts of the world. Must have a passport or have applied for one by Feb. 3, 2023. After appointment, you will be required to be vaccinated for: COVID (2 shots), Hepatitis A and Hepatitis B by May 1, 2023. (Will be reimbursed for required shots.)
  • Team: 4 Students
  • Location: New Zealand
  • Amount you raise: $3400 ($4580 Total cost of project)

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Zona Camp Crew

Mission Focus: Camp, Discipleship, Evangelism

Service Dates: June 22 - June 30, 2023, Orientation May 19 - 21, 2023
Application Deadline: Jan. 31, 2023
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 10-12, 2023

Zona camp is the summer youth camp of the Arizona Southern Baptist Mission Network. A life-changing week for teenagers of engagement in the Gospel, discipleship, leadership development, and missions. This camp takes place at California Baptist University over the course of five days. The camp is divided into several experiences: Zona Experience, Impact, Mission Life, and Worship Catalyst. Each of them has a specific emphasis, but all of them focus on sharing the Gospel and helping teenagers grow in Christ. Zona Crew is a team of college-aged men and women who commit to be trained in the Gospel and serve teenagers who have gathered in one place from across Arizona. Christian Challenge AZ (like TX BSM), train and equip the Zona Crew a few days before camp begins. Training includes: How to pray for Gospel conversations; How to set up Gospel appointments; How to use Three Circles; How to ask for a decision; Camp Specifics and Schedule; Training for the experience you will be serving in (Zona Experience, Impact, Mission life, Worship Catalyst); Recreation assignment; How to run Late night activities; How to lead response time (a time at the end of the day when teenagers are called to make decisions for Christ); Ministry Safe; and Prayer Challenge. You will be paired with a Christian Challenge Missionary who will pour into you, provide training, support, and spiritual investment while you serve in this missions experience. During the week of camp some things are subjected to change. Please be flexible when this happens.

  • Special requirements: Willingness to work hard, work long hours, serve in teams, be stretched and enjoy the camp environment.
  • Team: 4 Students
  • Location: Phoenix, AZ and California
  • Amount you raise: $1250 ($1475 Total cost of project)

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English Teacher & Outreach - Hands On

Mission Focus: Teach English, Discipleship

Service Dates: Aug. 18 - Dec. 11, 2023, Orientation May 19 - 21, 2023
Application Deadline: Jan. 31, 2023
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 10-12, 2023

Come off the beaten path to a small city in Southeast Asia to teach English at a local preschool and elementary school. Engage people who have never heard the Good News and who will have limited chance of hearing it again. Monday through Friday, you will maintain a teacher’s work schedule teaching several 30 minute classes a day. In addition to teaching, there are young believers just waiting to be discipled, many of whom are looking for guidance to take on leadership roles later in life. This is an opportunity for you to jump into discipling college students and peers to follow Christ and share His word daily. Our goal is reaching the many UPG’s in our region, so bring creative ideas and help brainstorm ways to reach those in the far mountains or jungles as well! You will attend a joint orientation with other students assigned to serve with Hands On in the Asia-Pacific Rim affinity. At the end of the term, you will join again for a joint debrief.

  • Special requirements: You must be able to function independently. Organizational skills are helpful. You must be willing to get to know the local culture and people to best assist in meeting the needs, as well as in reaching people in the most effective and strategic way possible. Flexibility is also needed as opportunities can arise quickly, and plans can change overnight. Must have a passport or have applied for one by Feb. 3, 2023. Must be a Sophomore or above (in second year of college after high school graduation). Must be a member of a Baptist Church. After appointment, you will be required to be vaccinated for: COVID (2 shots), Hepatitis A, Hepatitis B, Japanese Encephalitis, Malaria and Typhoid by May 1, 2023. (Will be reimbursed for required shots.)
  • Team: 2 Students
  • Location: Southeast Asia
  • Amount you raise: $3950 ($8500 Total cost of project)

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Live, Laugh, Love, and Learn with Orphans

Mission Focus: Orphans, Youth Ministry, Education

Service Dates: 85 days between August and November, Orientation May 19 - 21, 2023
Application Deadline: Jan. 31, 2023
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 10-12, 2023

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, babysitting, maintenance, and serving alongside the full time missionaries in their varied responsibilities. 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: The most important trait is a servant's heart. Flexibility is essential! You never know what will happen or what will need to be done on a given day. 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. Must have a passport or have applied for one by Feb. 3, 2023. Must be a Junior or above (in third year of college after high school graduation). After appointment, you will be required to be vaccinated for: COVID (2 shots), Hepatitis A, Hepatitis B and Typhoid by May 1, 2023. (Will be reimbursed for required shots.)
  • Team: 2 Students
  • Location: South Africa
  • Amount you raise: $3260 ($4350 Total cost of project)

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Multi-Generational Impact

Mission Focus: Women's Ministry, Meeting Physical Needs, Children

Service Dates: July 1 - Dec. 15, 2023 OR July 1, 2023 - July 1, 2024, Orientation May 19 - 21, 2023
Application Deadline: Jan. 31, 2023
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 10-12, 2023

The Living Vine is a Christian Maternity Home and Aftercare Program. We house expectant mothers and mothers with babies up to toddler age. The women 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, a thrift store used as a job training site for our residents. You will be serving the residents by helping take care of their everyday needs while also using everyday opportunities to speak Truth into their lives. The Vine is an excellent choice for those who want to experience hands-on ministry.

  • Special requirements: Must be at least 21 years old and possess CPR certification. Must be a Sophomore or above (in second year of college after high school graduation).
  • Team: 2 Females
  • Location: Savannah, GA
  • Amount you raise: One Semester: $1300 ($1725 Total cost of project); Full Year: $2200 ($2975 Total cost of project)

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RCRW Mexico CMI

Mission Focus: College Ministry

Service Dates: Aug. - Dec, 2023 OR Aug. 2023 - May 2024, Orientation May 19 - 21, 2023
Application Deadline: Jan. 31, 2023
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 10-12, 2023

Your main objective is to help local churches that are interested in starting or developing a collegiate ministry. The key pastor is Ricardo Pichardo who pastors a church across from the campus of the National University of Mexico. You will also be working with seminary students that are ministering or interested in starting a ministry among college students. It is strategic for the future of Baptist work in Mexico to create a pool of potential leaders called to different areas of ministry. The weekly schedule will include on campus and at the student center (2-3 days), work with college students from local churches and seminary students (1-2 days), and Sunday at a local church. YOU WILL COMPLETE THE GO NOW APPLICATION AT GONOWMISSIONS.COM AND ATTEND DISCOVERY WEEKEND TO BE APPOINTED TO THIS OUT OF STATE CMI POSITION.

  • Special requirements: It is an advantage to have a bi-lingual person, there is also an advantage to have someone whose first language is English. College students love to meet with students from the USA to practice English. Must have a passport or have applied for one by Feb. 3, 2023. Must be a Junior or above (in third year of college after high school graduation). Must be a member of a Baptist Church. After appointment, you will be required to be vaccinated for: COVID (2 shots) and Hepatitis A by May 1, 2023. (Will be reimbursed for required shots.)
  • Team: 2 Students, Same Gender
  • Location: Mexico City, Mexico
  • Amount you raise: $4500 ($6000 Total cost of project) One semester or two?

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RCRW New York CMI

Mission Focus: College Ministry, Discipleship, Evangelism

Service Dates: Aug. 1, 2023 - May 27, 2024, Orientation May 19 - 21, 2023
Application Deadline: Jan. 31, 2023
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 10-12, 2023

Spend the year in Upstate New York reaching college students with the gospel. Syracuse University has 22,000 students in attendance. You will explore the Syracuse University campus and facilitate outreach opportunities that lead to gospel conversations. You will facilitate discipleship and evangelism and follow-up with new and interested students. While you are here, we will make plans to visit Niagara Falls and New York City. YOU WILL COMPLETE THE GO NOW APPLICATION AT GONOWMISSIONS.COM AND ATTEND DISCOVERY WEEKEND TO BE APPOINTED TO THIS OUT OF STATE CMI POSITION.

  • Special requirements: Willing to meet new people and build connections. Experience doing outreach at their campus. Participates as a team member to disciple and lead evangelism initiatives. Must have completed senior year of college by time of service.
  • Team: 2 Students, Same Gender
  • Location: Syracuse, NY
  • Amount you raise: $8500 ($16,000 Total cost of project)

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RCRW Northwest CMI

Mission Focus: College Ministry, Discipleship, Evangelism

Service Dates: Sept. 7, 2023 - June 15, 2024, Orientation May 19 - 21, 2023
Application Deadline: Jan. 31, 2023
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 10-12, 2023

There is a tremendous need on our Northwest campuses to have missionaries who are committed to sharing the gospel, disciple believers, and leading out in ministry to the campus and students. You will be expected to engage with students on the campus leading out in Discipleship, Leadership Development, Teaching, and Missions promotion. There is an opportunity to serve in either an urban context or in a more traditional college town. As a CMI, you could be working at WSU Pullman, U of O, CWU, Portland Metro, or Seattle Metro, depending on your interest. You would work in a team context with the opportunity to develop and implement a strategy for the campus to which you are assigned. YOU WILL COMPLETE THE GO NOW APPLICATION AT GONOWMISSIONS.COM AND ATTEND DISCOVERY WEEKEND TO BE APPOINTED TO THIS OUT OF STATE CMI POSITION.

  • Special requirements: We need leaders who are flexible, available, and teachable. Helpful if you have served as a BSM leader or CMI in the past. Must have completed senior year of college by time of service.
  • Team: 2 Students
  • Location: Northwest
  • Amount you raise: $8500 ($15,000 Total cost of project)

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RCRW Sports 2 Jesus - Hands On

Mission Focus: Sports, Evangelism

Service Dates: June 26, 2023-June 30, 2024, Orientation May 19 - 21, 2023
Application Deadline: Jan. 31, 2023
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 10-12, 2023

Capitalize your sports for the kingdom! Join a team entering communities through the world of sports! As a competing NCAA athlete, a student/graduate of sports management, or a student/graduate of sports medicine, you will gain access into multiple communities for the sake of the gospel. The work will be hard so train well and compete at a higher level! You must be legitimate in one of the three areas listed above in order to apply. Help start a spiritual movement in a dark place! You will attend a joint orientation with other students assigned to serve with Hands On in South Asia. At the end of the term, you will meet again for a joint debrief.

  • Special requirements: Must be a competing NCAA athlete, a student/graduate of sports management, or a student/graduate of sports medicine. General good health needed. Able to endure extensive walking, extreme heat, humidity, poor air quality, and large crowds. Not a suitable location for those with allergies, asthma, and respiratory illness. Must have a passport or have applied for one by Feb. 3, 2023. Must be a Sophomore or above (in second year of college after high school graduation). Must be a member of a Baptist Church. After appointment, you will be required to be vaccinated for: COVID (2 shots), Hepatitis A, Hepatitis B, Japanese Encephalitis, Malaria and Typhoid by May 1, 2023. (Will be reimbursed for required shots.)
  • Team: 2 Students
  • Location: South Asia
  • Amount you raise: $6950 ($16,000 Total cost of project)

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RCRW Utah Valley CMI

Mission Focus: College Ministry, Community Outreach, Evangelism

Service Dates: May 30 - July 24 & Aug. 18 - Dec. 4, 2023, Orientation May 19 - 21, 2023
Application Deadline: Jan. 31, 2023
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 10-12, 2023

Provo is the least reached metro area in North America at 0.5% born-again Christian. The Provo metro is home to two large universities: Brigham Young University (35,000 enrollment) and Utah Valley University (40,000 enrollment). There are less than 100 born-again believers among 75,000 students here. That is 99.85% lost. College students make up ⅓ of our metro’s population and the median age of Provo is 23. Reaching the campuses isn’t just preferential, it is highly strategic in reaching our city. We are looking for someone that is highly intentional, where they currently are, in fulfilling the Great Commission. You will begin by being part of the GenSend summer team. This will give you a chance to learn the culture in a team setting. You will return home for a short break before returning to Utah for the semester. Someone who is passionate and effective in evangelism and discipleship. Weekly you will share the prayer walk campus, share the gospel, follow up with those that you shared with, invite students to Intersect and weekly Bible study, participate in mosaic Church, and be mentored by the local missionary. Campus Missionaries will be allowed to attend college/seminary or have a part-time job along with this position. YOU WILL COMPLETE THE GO NOW APPLICATION AT GONOWMISSIONS.COM AND ATTEND DISCOVERY WEEKEND TO BE APPOINTED TO THIS OUT OF STATE CMI POSITION.

  • Special requirements: Highly personable and extroverted. Self-starter and self-motivated. Passionate in evangelism and effective in disciple making. Must have completed senior year of college by time of service. Must be a member of a Baptist Church.
  • Team: 2 Students, Same Gender
  • Location: Provo, UT
  • Amount you raise: $3400 ($5290 Total cost of project)

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Urban Seed Sowing

Mission Focus: Teach English, Unreached Peoples, Prayer Walking

Service Dates: July 1 - Nov. 30, 2023, Orientation May 19 - 21, 2023
Application Deadline: Jan. 31, 2023
Required Discovery Weekend Dates: Feb. 10-12, 2023

Over 100,000 West African Muslims live throughout the five boroughs of New York City and many have never personally met a Christian or even have the complete Bible in their own language. Some come here just to get a job and send money back home to help support their families. Others come with their families to find more opportunities for wealth and education. Each of those coming to America are seen as providers for their communities back in West Africa and are an even greater gateway to that community that hasn't heard the Gospel. Our main goal is to search out and rediscover these communities to find people of peace, people that desire to hear the Gospel. We have already begun some rediscovery of these communities since COVID, and we are needing more laborers to work alongside us. Come serve with us and help us see with fresh eyes. Activities include teaching English classes, prayer walks, visiting (mosques, shops, homes, etc.), and developing lasting relationships to lead into Bible Studies. Everything will feed into the larger strategy of gaining access to a people group to share the gospel and multiplying disciples

  • Special requirements: Shows an active growth in pursing God daily. Shares Christian faith to others. Must be a Sophomore or above (in second year of college after high school graduation).
  • Team: 2 Females
  • Location: New York City, NY
  • Amount you raise: $9800 ($14,000 Total cost of project)

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Texas Campus Missionary Intern (CMI)

Mission Focus: Texas University Students

Service Dates: July 24, 2023 - May 10, 2024, Orientation July 24 - 26, 2023

Your mission field will be a college campus in Texas. You will be heavily involved in evangelism and discipleship through coaching students, prayer walking, servant evangelism, luncheons, and leading small groups. This position will allow you to use your gifts and be challenged to go beyond your comfort zone to reach students. Some campuses may assign you to focus on athletes, Greek life members, international students or African-American and Hispanic students.

  • Special requirements: Recent college graduate (grad by July 2023) that has been involved in BSM and/or church leadership and ministry. Must be a member of a Baptist church. Complete the TX CMI application found at txbsmcmi.com.
  • Team:
  • Location: Texas Campuses
  • Amount you raise: $5,000 (total cost of project $10,000)

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Campus Missionary Intern 1+1 (CMI)

Mission Focus: Texas & RCRW University Students

Service Dates: July 24, 2023 - May/June 2025 (2 years), Orientation July 24 - 26, 2023

The CMI 1+1 will serve 1 year and a summer in the TX CMI role. During that year the CMI will begin to identify their second year location at one of the BSM (Reach the Campus Reach the World (RCRW) partners. The second year will be spent engaging university students to help establish new ministries and strengthen existing ministry. CMIs will use the training and experience gained in the first year to share the gospel and make disciples in a pioneering context. CMIs will need to be a self-starter and comfortable in an unstructured, exploratory ministry paradigm.

  • Special requirements: Recent college graduate (grad by July 2023) or CMI presently serving. Involved in BSM and/or church leadership and ministry. Must be a member of a Baptist church. Complete the TSX CMI application found at txbsmcmi.com
  • Team:
  • Location: Year 1:Texas Campuses; Year 2: One of our Reach the Campus, Reach the World locations
  • Amount you raise: Year 1: $5,000 (total cost of project $10,000) Year 2: between $5,000- $8,500 depending on RCRW location.

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