A land with a rich history and that once held a large portion of Asia under their control, Mongolia has since been written off by many people as a place largely unknown to most people in the Western world.
Campus Ministry / Personal Evangelism
God is moving here through the local churches and ministries and is helping Mongolians see that their past is not their high point but that in Christ, there is so much more to come. Come join us as we try to reach this land and help them recapture God’s heart and vision for their lives.
Approximate date of departure / return : June 19 - July 19, 2019
Hawai’i may be known as an international tourist destination but there is also a huge Gospel need in this beautiful island state.
Come join the interstate team as we use our resources and training materials to help equip the local churches in Hawaii to disciple and share their faith with others. A portion of our time will also be spent partnering with CRU for evangelism and outreach on the “big island”.If you have a desire to see how God is moving here, come join the interstate team and see how He can use you to bless this area.
The people of The Philippines are some of most loving ones in the world. They embrace and love Americans. And because they enjoy Americans and their culture, you will have no problem striking up conversation.
This mission trip offers a different style of outreach – through music. If you have any musical skill, join in and perform modern hits for different villages. As people come out to listen to the performances, you will have the opportunity to share the Gospel. Using American culture as a tool to further God’s kingdom. That’s something we all can be on board for. Come and enjoy all that the Philippines has to offer while sharing with them what Jesus has done for you and what He can do for them.
Thailand is bound by complicated beliefs in mysticism and reincarnation as a result of the strong Buddhist influences that are engraved within their culture. Although their loyalty to the king becomes a challenge for us sharing the Gospel, the people are very open and hospitable.
War. Communism. A heaping bowl of noodles. Perhaps these are the things that first come to mind when you first think of SEA. But, in recent years, the country has grown through open doors and economic reforms. General stability within the country has risen as the country has strayed from its stringent Communist ideals.
Campus Ministry / Personal Evangelism
Buddhism, Taoism and Confucianism have strongly influenced the religious and cultural life of the people. About 85% of the people from SEA identify with Buddhism, though not all practice on a regular basis. Although the people of SEA are familiar with Christianity because of the country’s ties with the Western world, only about 8% of the population call themselves Christians.
Friendly students await conversations. Come and experience the Holy Spirit as He arranges divine appointments with various students.
Approximate date of departure / return :June 19 - July 19, 2019
Just north of S-City, in what’s known as college town, reside 70,000 students! The four campuses located in that area are known to be top schools in the nation, including an education university and one in the field of aviation. It is imperative and crucial to reach these campuses as they cultivate the nation’s leaders and world educators.
There is a ministry cafe that is a safe place to share the Gospel of Jesus Christ and have Bible Study with those who receive Christ, or talk with those curious to know who He is.
Students on university campuses are the main target audience of the Gospel. Due to their distrust of strangers and individualistic culture, building solid relationships is the main focus of the ministry. Relationships are built through personal meetings, fellowship activities and occasional events such as a Christmas party. Because Japanese students are mostly new to the message of Christ and may have negative feelings toward religion, the ministry there is very intentional. Although many students find religion irrelevant to themselves, more and more are being transformed by the Gospel.
Campus Ministry / Personal Evangelism / Local Church Ministry
Students on university campuses are the main target audience of the Gospel. Due to their distrust of strangers and individualistic culture, building solid relationships is the main focus of the ministry. Relationships are built through personal meetings and fellowship activities. Because Japanese students are mostly new to the message of Christ and may have negative feelings toward religion, the ministry there is very intentional. Although many students find religion irrelevant to themselves, more and more are being transformed by the Gospel.