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Trip Information


Join us this summer as we serve alongside long-term workers in Southeast Asia! This mid-term trip will be strategically focused on prayer, demonstrating the gospel through service, and personal evangelism. On this trip, you can expect to engage with locals, learn about their culture, serve them, offer to pray with them, and seek to share the gospel with them!

  • Receive orientation on the fascinating province that has 10 unreached people groups.
  • Practice training in Disciple-Making Movement principles to prepare you for community trips.
  • Overnight in authentic village homes, experiencing their lifestyle, work, and play.
  • Grow in your ability to live and communicate cross-culturally. See if missions are for you long-term.
  • Experience a frontier mission field where you can interact directly with unreached people groups.
  • Live in a dynamic mission community for accountability, fellowship, to expand your global vision, and increase your witness.
  • Use your unique gifts and talents to bless others.
  • Enjoy God’s amazing creation on the sea and land.

What's Expected

As team members are learning from and engaging with others, they should have a heart posture of humility and remember that culture does not make people, people make the culture. You will be part of the long-term team and are expected to participate in all their team-wide activities, events, fasts, meals, prayer meetings, work meetings, etc. Be ready to be flexible, as activities are often subject to change due to various factors.       Other expectations include:

  • In light of our value to hear and obey the Holy Spirit, we expect all team members to spend individual time in the Word and prayer outside of group prayer meetings. This may sound far too obvious, but this can be a hard discipline to carry out—especially when on a village trip. We can’t emphasize enough the need to daily abide in the Lord!
  • Come ready and eager to learn as life and ministry here are most likely different from what you’re accustomed to.
  • Be aware of your personal needs to maintain spiritual, emotional, mental, and physical health. If you need something, ask.

Trip Leaders

Being a short-term mission trip leader is a rewarding experience. It makes you a part of the Great Commission, letting you respond to God’s call to the nations in a sacrificial way while also shepherding a group of people. Check out the benefits and expectations here. If you're interested in being a trip leader, you apply through the application and complete the "Trip Leader" question section.


In planning this year’s short-term trips, For the Nations leadership has carefully assessed the ongoing pandemic. They will continue to monitor the current situation regarding COVID-19 and will make any necessary changes to ensure the safety of our short-term trip team members.


Everything you need for your trip is included in the trip cost, which can be viewed here. These amounts are based on preparation costs and costs given to us by the field partner.


  • Prayer Training: March 5 from 3-5:30pm at St. John Campus
  • Team Building: March (Leader Determined)
  • Ministry Preparation/Evangelism: April 16 from 3-5:30pm at St. John Campus
  • Logistics/Final Prayer Meeting: May 21 from 3-5:30pm at St. John Campus



  1. Word: Commit to hearing from the Word in this decision.
  2. Prayer: Commit to pray regularly about this decision, asking God to give you wisdom.
  3. Community: Get advice and feedback from godly people around you.
  4. Trust: Based on your time in the Word, in prayer, in discussion with others who know you, and time spent counting the costs, trust God and make a decision.


  1. Have a listener's heart posture.
  2. Engage with people from other cultural and socioeconomic backgrounds.
  3. Pray for people.
  4. Share the gospel with children from unreached people groups.
  5. Be willing to have fun with the kids and make them feel welcome.
  6. Host event(s) as a team to gather people and provide space for spiritual conversations.
  7. Prayer walks around key ministry areas.
  8. Sharing the gospel.


  1. 18 years or older.
  2. Any vaccinations required by the government.
  3. Each individual needs to be able to walk about to average of 20,000 steps per day.
  4. Willingness to give up some American comforts.
  5. Must complete Kids' Volunteer Training.
  6. Complete a background check and Ministry Safe Training.


  1. Invite a friend!
  2. Begin praying for your trip!
  3. Check out your task list on your profile.
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