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Class of 2018
Gastronomy Food Ministry in Mexico City
Class of 2017
Urban Church Planting Intern in Southeast Asia
Class of 2018
Refugee & Unreached People Group Ministry Resident in United States
Class of 2017
Business & Leadership in Germany
Class of 2018
Agrilcultural/Environmental Technical Advisor in Southeast Asia
Class of 2018
Outreach Among Marginalized Children and Youth in Germany

 

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Wait Wait Wait....You Want Me to go WHERE?

By Diamond on September 15, 2018

This is the face I made when God told me that I would be going overseas for 2 years. Now if you know me well, this was the last thing that was on my mind. When God made it clear to me that I would be going to Berlin for two years to work with youth, I laughed. I doubted. I shook my head thinking that He had made a mistake -- but God doesn’t make mistakes. He is perfect. You might be slightly curious how I got to this point: So this is the story all about how my life got flipped turned upside down. And I’d like to take a minute, just sit right there, I’ll tell you how I became a goer beyond... Read more

White as Snow

By Farrah on April 10, 2017

My team is asked quite often, "what do you do while you're in the mountains?" To be quite honest, I think the answer to this question became even clearer to me this past trip. So if you are in the good company of the many people wondering what keeps my team here, and what causes us to travel into the mountains whenever we can, please listen to this story, and let me know what you think: Like most of our trips, this one was full of driving. We drive from village to village, singing and lifting up the people who live in the houses that we pass by. The weather here is turning from winter to... Read more

Chapter 9: A New Sister!

By Timothy on June 16, 2018

I got introduced to a local man named Obi through my team leader early in the month and have been meeting with him every month to help him with English, but mainly to study The Word with him. He considers himself 'Muslim' for the sole reason that he lives here. However, he has been searching for the truth for years. Second time I met with him, he mentioned one of his female friends (her name is Ramz) who also has also shown interest in learning more about Jesus. So I met with her that day and shared The Gospel. She listened and took it in. For 3 weeks, I hadn't seen her until she came to a... Read more

Why Walking Is Bad

By Laura on March 18, 2015

              Last week I spent 4 days at an orphanage. Night and day we ate, worked and slept in the building that is home to over 30 disabled children. I had a hard time sleeping at night; partly from my mind spinning from medical and therapy possibilities from the day past and for the day ahead, and partly from hearing crying children left unconsoled in their beds. This trip I was accompanied by a former GoCorps goer who is visiting my team to offer her expertise as an occupational therapist. She has been blessing the foster families and orphanages with her assessments and therapy... Read more

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