your next adventure
Imagine taking a year after high school graduation to travel the world, grow in your relationship with the Lord and make an impact in the lives of high school students in other cultures.
SEE THE WORLD
2-4 continents over 9 months
GROW YOUR FAITH
Learn about yourself and how to grow in your faith
REACH THE LOST
Learn to share your faith and work with students in other countries
2023 – 2024 Locations
This team will serve in high schools in other cultures by sharing the love of Jesus and connecting students to opportunities to grow in their faith. Your team will teach conversational English and life skills in classes, play sports with students, and develop relationships through home visits, city outings and other cultural adventures.
Your team will serve on high school campuses in other cultures through sports. You will lead sports camps and competitions, give motivational team talks, help coach students, and bring the love of Jesus to athletes around the world. You will have various cultural adventures where you serve.
A gap team leader will spend nine months with a team of 18-20 year old students. You will have an opportunity to mentor and disciple the students as well as lead them in ministry on high school campuses around the world. You can choose to lead a campus team or a sports team (descriptions above).
A Gap Year is for 18-20 year old students. You must be 18 by the time you travel overseas. Applicants must have a surrendered and teachable heart for the Lord. It is important to have a willingness to learn how to share your faith and take opportunities to share the Gospel with those that God brings into your life. A servant’s heart and a humility to learn about and respect the differences of other cultures is important.
A Gap Year is a 9 month adventure that will transform your life, give you opportunities to trust God in greater ways and share the Gospel with high school students across the globe. You will be going to high school campuses to meet students and develop relationships so that you can share the Gospel and disciple those who are interested. You will meet students through speaking in classes, sharing your testimony, playing sports, sharing your life and many other things. Your team can choose to visit an orphanage, serve at a refugee camp or meet the physical needs of others. The majority of the focus will be developing relationships, sharing the Gospel and discipling those who respond.