A 3-5 hour immersive missions experience at one of our US training HUBs. Tour our international ministry area, visit local temples/mosques and international markets, receive a cross-cultural briefing, and visit the refugee community where our team lives and serves. The day begins with an orientation, and ends with an international lunch. (These tours are perfect for individuals, families, teams or church staff who are interested in learning more about serving or partnering with us in missions.)
All-inclusive missions experiences for groups. We handle all the logistics, airfare, insurance, in-country arrangements, pre & post-trek devotions, and place staff on every single trek to insure smooth logistics and mission accomplishment. Each group receives cross-cultural training prior to departure, and 1-hour of daily training during the trek.
US treks = 5 days; International treks = 8 – 10 days
Our Gap Year is a 10-month missions journey for those who want to take a year off before/after college to be trained in missional living, share the Gospel globally, and serve the nations while developing a biblical worldview.
You will be trained in one of our US HUBs through the Fall which is located within a refugee/immigrant community. Then you are launched overseas for 6 months (Jan-Jun) where you will live and serve alongside one of our church planters.
Want to engage in full-time global missions while being a college student? The College Trek option is not a separate program, but simply a combination of our Gap Year journey followed by a 3-year term as one of our Field Reps. You do your bachelor’s degree online throughout all 4-years and finish your degree while engaging in missions full-time.
We call our full-time personnel “Field Reps”. They live & serve 3-year terms on a team among unreached people groups. 1 year of training in a US HUB, then 2 years overseas alongside one of our church planting partners. Because of our partnership with the IMB, TEAM, and others, we can place our Field Reps almost anywhere in the world where there are unreached people.