Recently we welcomed 10 college students to our offices to train, equip, and prepare as they are sent out on mission for the summer. On the heels of the inaugural A1eight Project summer last year, we could not be more thrilled to introduce the college students who make up this year’s A1eight Project mid-term teams.
As mentioned in previous posts that you can find HERE, the A1eight Project is sending college students as summer long missionaries and teaming them up with our partners already on the field. By supporting the local missionaries each day, they will be helping to host the short term Servant Life teams each week.
Asking yourself how you can be a part? If you are between the ages of 18-25, we would love for you to apply the A1eight Project, summer 2017. Click here for the application! You can spend your summer ministering in countries like Bulgaria, Kenya, Guatemala, Canada, DR/ Haiti and more. This summer, A1eight teams will be serving in Guatemala and New York city!
As teams serve in these places, we ask primarily that you would join us in praying for these 10 students. Ask for endurance for the summer as well as hearts and hands that are prone to love those around them.
Get to know these summer missionaries! Each was asked to share something about themselves that someone may not learn or know upon a first conversation with them. Read what they chose to share! Without further adieu, give a warm welcome to the 2016 A1eight Project team members!
Serving in New York City
These A1eight Project missionaries will spend their summer alongside the staff of Urban Nations Outreach sharing the Gospel with refugees and internationals there through ESL classes and various aspects of community outreach. Learning from the church planters at UNO, this team will support the work being done there while also helping to host and guide short term mission teams.
Serving in Guatemala:
These A1eight Project missionaries will spend their summer alongside the staff of Clubhouse Guatemala sharing the Gospel with nationals through summer camp and community outreach. Spending majority of their time with local children and their families, this team will also help host and guide the short term trips throughout the summer.
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