Short-Term

May God be gracious to us and bless us and make his face shine upon us, that your ways may be known on earth, your salvation among all nations.
-Psalm 67:1-2

Do you want to experience mission, find out what God is doing and join in? Are you not (yet) ready to commit to long-term mission, but want to find out more before you dive in?

If you answered ‘yes’ to any of these questions, we have opportunities for you to come and experience the world of mission.

We want to connect you to long term missionaries, so you can be of help for them too. This is why we have a list of jobs for the next year (2016). They include: teaching English, supporting families, doing photography, serve as a dorm assistant and many more.

We need your service and would like to talk with you. If you believe it is time to take action and become a part of what God is doing, contact us and let us know.

What People Are Saying

Would you recommend going on a short-term trip?

 

I would definitely recommend a trip to my friends because it was an awesome experience and I’ve never learned that much in such a short time.
– Simeon

I would because God is going to influence and change you, as long as you let it happen. I can’t imagine someone being completely the same afterward.
– Ruben

Yes, the experience has been an eye-opener for me.
– Caleb

Yes I would, I already have. I had a great overall experience and I want other people to see and experience what is going on in the Mekong.
– Courtney

 

What are some ways that God has changed or challenged your life since going on this trip?

There were many things He taught me. One important was to trust Him with EVERYTHING. I want to live for Him and according to His will completely.
– Michaela

The continuous challenge was that it is not the doing of works for Christ, but it is the availability of a servant’s heart and the willingness to do whatever God puts before my feet.
– Gunter

I have learned more about humility and now want to come long-term.
– Josh

I have not been living purposefully at times and God challenged me to examine my life against what is meaningful and worthy of my time and priority.
– Caleb