Mission Partnerships



World Changers

World Changers provides a dynamic week-long mission trip for youth groups seeking to make a difference in the lives of those with spiritual and physical needs. Your group might roof a house, lead a sports camp, paint or take on other in-demand tasks and share the love of Christ with those in need. Each day concludes with praise and worship, testimonies, and a challenge from the project speaker. World Changers projects involve more than 25,000 students from across the country to benefit people in more than 75 cities each year.

For more info: www.world-changers.net
Call: 800.462.8657, option 2


North America is the third largest mission field in the world with more than 50 million unchurched people. Students are helping make a difference in the new churches that are taking hold in North America. PowerPlant is practical training, hands on mission involvement, and celebrative worship while helping a new church get started in North America.

For more info: www.power-plant.net
Call: 800.462.8657, option 2

International World Changers

From Greece to Africa and from East Asia to South America, you and your student group can spend seven to ten summer days sharing Jesus with people who may have never even heard of Christ. You will be teaching English, doing door-to-door evangelism, giving out bibles, and telling the story of Jesus in lots of other ways.

For more info: www.thetask.org/iwc
Call: 800.999.3113, ext 1355



Around the world people are looking for the love, grace, and joy that Jesus gives freely. Could you commit a summer during high school or college to go and share your faith? Your options are practically limitless! Many are fully funded by the Southern Baptist Cooperative Program. You just volunteer and they take care of the funding.

For Opportunities in North America:  www.namb.net/student-opportunities
Call: 800.462.8657, ext 6466
Email: studentmissions@namb.net

For Opportunities around the World:  www.thetask.org
Call: 800.789.4693, option 1
Email: studentteam@imb.org