You’ve graduated from high school, applied to colleges, maybe even been accepted and spent a year or two in school. You’ll graduate and get a job and live the American dream. But once the responsibilities and expectations of the traditional path take over, you might not have this opportunity again.
The opportunity to see the world. The opportunity to change it.
Imagine spending nine months involving yourself deeply in three regions: three months in Central America, three in Southeast Asia, and three in Africa.
Get your feet wet in Central America where beautiful landscape and booming tourism meet destitution and poverty.
Meet practical and spiritual needs as you help in outreach programs to at risk children and youth. Serve a meal to families who make their homes in the dumps and slums.
Build up youth suffering from addictions while also providing support to the elderly in the community and surrounding villages.
Teach English, work with special needs children, visit villages, or get your hands dirty with a work project.
There's a variety of opportunities available to minister in this diverse region.
You may visit the land of 1,000 smiles or the home of a world wonder, wherever you go in Southeast Asia, one dark truth remains: modern-day slavery.
Southeast Asia is a hub for human trafficking and at-risk youth roam the streets by the thousands.
Build relationships with women in bars. Teach and equip women in trades that will help them leave prositution for good. Intercession will fuel all you do as you love and show these women their true worth.
Explore the Jungle and minister to remote, unreached villages
Invest in the next generation. Stay at a children’s home where you’ll love, care for, disciple, and tutor children and youth. Make an impact and reach out to one of the 200,000 children living on the streets. You might even find a way to use your photography or writing skills to give voices to the voiceless.
Teach English in schools or bring the word of God in local, growing churches.
Step into a real life issue of National Geographic, but be prepared to see poverty and spiritual darkness like you have never known.
Work with local partners to plant and build up churches and Bible schools. Fellowship with local church bodies as you build them up in the their faith.
Connect with those in Internally Displaced People camps.
Pray for the sick in hospitals, play with kids and teach Bible studies, go door-to-door and hut-to-hut sharing the love of Christ in seemingly hopeless places.
Immersion is not the traditional path. It’s not norm and doesn't meet the status quo. Immersion is for those looking for adventure and complete transformation. Leave your mark on this world as you fight for justice, expand the kingdom, and find yourself changed.
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Note: Immersion participants will be required to attend training camp six-eight weeks prior to leaving on their trip.
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