More than 150 Alabama students were commissioned April 23 to serve across the globe this summer through One Mission Students. This year’s REACH commissioning weekend, held April 22–23 at Shocco Springs
Southeast Asia:: Nehemiah Teams – Reaching the Unreached & Hard to Reach :: 1 STUDENT NEEDED!
Cost: $2600 (includes field costs, airfare, and insurance)
We need you! There are countless villages throughout East Indonesia that have never heard the good news of Jesus. Millions of people without hope who need to hear about Jesus. Are you willing to travel by plane, boat, motor, or trekking to reach them? Come join our team to advance the gospel amongst the unreached. Our team enters into fields where the unengaged & unreached live. You will be a part of a team that regularly shares their faith. On a daily basis you will be involved in the lives of Indonesians. You need to be comfortable going out & engaging people. You will be given training on how to proclaim the gospel news to Muslims, Animists and Catholics BUT you have to be willing to be intentional & talk with people. You will be making disciples & training others to do the same. You will be involved in prayer walking the areas where we have no work or new work. Asking questions of the locals for our research and taking pictures of them will also be needed. We would like you to make some prayer video’s to be used in our churches for prayer emphasis. You will be traveling lightly with a backpack as a tourist. Your first stop will be a joint orientation with other Nehemiah Teams. 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 attend the entire program from orientation through the end of debrief.
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