Monday, December 14, 2009

Make Your Summer Count!

As a college student, you have a two-month span of time to do with whatever you choose. Why not use that time to make an impact on a hurting world and reach them with the gospel of Christ? You may be thinking thoughts like, "I'm not qualified to do that," "I can't afford something like that," or "My parents would never let me." Well, let me just tell you that the Lord took those "reasons" of mine(really, they were excuses) and tossed them out the window. I am so thankful that He is still in the business of taking simple, ordinary human beings and using them to do extraordinary things for His Kingdom! I can't get over that! It's amazing! I was amazed to see Him provide thousands of dollars over the past five years to place me exactly where He wanted me. That's something that only HE could get the glory for!

There are so many ways that you can serve through GO NOW Missions whether it's for two months or two weeks!
-Men are needed to fish alongside fishermen in Senegal in order to bridge relationships with them to share the Gospel!
-Teach English and play sports with university students in Central Europe to share with them where true Love is found!
-Use your love of backpacking, white water rafting, paintball and other outdoor recreation in a unique way to reach others through an Outdoorsmen Church in Montana!
-Be a part of planting churches in San Diego, California!
-Love on orphans and meet their needs in Honduras!

These are just a few of the opportunities there are! Go to GONOWMISSIONSto see a COMPLETE LIST of SUMMER OPPORTUNITIES and start the online application! Applications are due February 1! Remember that He doesn't call the qualified but qualifies the called!

If you have questions about mission opportunities you can come by the BSM on campus in January or feel free to message me!

"I believe that in each generation God has called enough men and women to evangelize all the yet unreached tribes of the earth. It is not God who does not call. It is man who will not respond!" -- Isobel Kuhn, missionary to China and Thailand