Eco Adventure
Asia/Pacific Rim

June 1, 2023 -
July 30, 2023

OMS Cost (amount you raise): $3730 (Includes flight, meals, lodging, and travel insurance)

Total Cost: $5330

Do you have a love for hiking, kayaking, fishing, snorkeling, camping, etc.? Do you have a deep desire to share the good news with a people who have never heard? Why not use your God-given passions and desires to do both? In this eco-tourism paradise, there are over one million people who desperately need to hear the gospel, and you will use your hobbies and interests to be a light in this very dark place. We need students who are comfortable in a flexible self-driven structure, and who can meet and follow up with friends that you are sure to make through eco events and day-to-day activities. You will have freedom to make your own schedule and plug into recreational communities that match your interests. Come, walk as salt and light among a multitude who have never heard the gospel all while enjoying the great outdoors. Your first stop will be a joint orientation with other Nehemiah Teams at the Nehemiah Teams Training Center in Mentone, Alabama. 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 commit to the entire program from orientation through the end of debrief.

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