Meet Some of Our Goers


Class of 2020
Primary or Secondary Teacher in North Africa
Class of 2020
Heath Care Training & Volunteer Public Health Work in Bulgaria
Class of 2020
Agricultural/Environmental Tech Advisor in South East Asia
Class of 2021
Artist/Performer in Residence in Middle East
Class of 2018
Outreach Among Marginalized Children and Youth in Germany
Class of 2017
Urban Church Planting Intern in Southeast Asia


Featured Blogs

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She Gets It

By Ryan on March 5, 2014

She’s a young girl in my community. She’s 17 years old. Has braces, short brown hair, and the lives at the front of our community. She and her older sister are the only two Christians in her family. She is shy, yet displays natural leadership abilities. She sees the world through such a unique and uncommon perspective. A perspective of hope and for something more. She’s taken notice of the way the children around her have fallen by the way side. How they’ve slipped into drug addictions. How they’ve developed a joy in going to gaming centers where gambling most likely takes place. And how... Read more

Come With Me

By Abbie on December 8, 2017

Hello Friends, For those of you who are already subscribed to my blog this post will mostly be geared to the seniors/recent grads but you can still read it of course. ;) I wanted to share with you guys a little bit about why you should say YES to going overseas. To do that, I will share a little bit of my story.  A long time ago my parents became missionaries. I was about four years old when we moved across an ocean to live in a whole new part of the world. Little did I know this was where God would truly mark the beginning of my story, because the moment God called my parents to missions was... Read more

Immeasurably More

By Danielle on July 7, 2016

I would like to start by sharing with you my hate for Houston roads and traffic. Once upon a time, there was a Waco-Abilenian girl who thought she could make it in the big city with just a GPS as her guide. Ladies and gents, please take notes. Houston does not follow GPS rules because they’re always under construction and always changing their exits on you. They also are little sneakers with their tolls and don’t tell you ahead of time that you must have a toll tag or pay 33 dollars. No mercy for the clueless out-of-towner. None at all. I did have a palm to face moment though when I realized... Read more

Tidings they Bring

By Alexander on December 31, 2016

I remember when I first started to develop expectations of what I wanted to do overseas; one of the first generic ideas to develop was hosting a party where most of the guests were majority people. This Christmas, this goal was realized! It started by running the idea past one of my majority friends who I’ve grown quite close to here. I was reminiscing about how good Christmas time is in the states, how me and my Dad always watch Charlie Brown Christmas together, and how there’s usually desserts out the wazoo (I searched, there is no direct translation of ‘wazoo’ into Arabic). My friend was... Read more

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