The Global Missions Department exists to motivate and mobilize students to be Christ’s witnesses in our Samaria and to end of the earth. We aim to accomplish this vision by sending students on Samaria Projects and Global Projects.
Samaria Projects are two week long immersive projects in the United States that target people of another culture, religion, or ethnic group. We send teams across the U.S. to seek and save the lost in our Samaria.
Global Projects are month long international trips that partner with long-term ministries and engages students to share the love of Jesus to unreached peoples across the world.
Since 1922, we have sent out a wave of teams to over 50 countries around the world over winter and summer break. Our hope is to continue supporting the vision of this department for any country or people group by engaging students in advancing the gospel of Christ among the nations.
Interterm 2018: Chicago, Costa Rica, Ensenada, Chicago/Houston, Jamaica, Panama, Yucatan.
|Europe||Greece, Kosovo, Sweden, Spain, France, Russia, Belgium, Ireland, Ukraine, Italy, Austria, Romania, Netherlands, England, Croatia|
|Africa||Zambia, Ethiopia, South Africa, Malawi, Cameroon, Uganda, Nigeria, Morocco, Rwanda, Jordan, Mozambique, Egypt, Swaziland
|Asia||Thailand, China, India, Philippines, Nepal, Sri Lanka, Cambodia, Mongolia, Japan, Turkey, Indonesia
|Central America||Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, Belize|
|Caribbean||Dominican Republic, Haiti, Jamaica, Cuba|
|South America||Ecuador, Brazil, Chile|
Students are given the opportunity to either lead a trip or serve as a team member. Both roles undergo an application and interview process overseen by the Global Missions Staff.