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REACH 2017-18

This year’s group of REACH participants come from all over the country. They have spent the last few months in discipleship training school and they are excited to leave for their outreach locations at the end of this month. Every year in the REACH program, young people’s lives are changed by experiencing God at work in other parts of the world. This year’s teams will be involved in teaching English, serving displaced people, encouraging the church, performing manual labor, engaging in children’s ministry, and much more. Pray for these individuals to develop unity with their team members, be a light to those around them, and grow deeper in their own relationship with God.

Eurasia

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Names omitted for security
Over the last few years, millions of people have been forced from their homes because of violent conflicts, while others have voluntarily joined the flood of migration to seek a better life in Europe. This team will spend three months in Europe and three months in the Middle East serving with established organizations that reach out to these refugees. Their ministry will include distributing supplies, building relationships, performing manual labor, and teaching English.

Follow their team blog here

Himalayas

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Kyle, Valerie, Justin, Isaac, Isaac (team leader) Edith
In the Himalayas there is a history of repression of Christianity. Yet in spite of the danger, the church in the Himalayas is the fastest growing church per capita in the world! This team will be involved in a variety of outreaches including trekking into unreached villages, volunteering at a drug rehab center, teaching English, preaching, providing earthquake relief, and helping with discipleship training.

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Indochina

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Seth, Shontel, Kara (team leader), Trevor
This southeastern Asian country has struggled to find its role in a region that is dominated by other, more advanced countries. Today, eighty percent of the people live in rural areas and depend on agriculture and natural resources for survival. This team will spend much of their time teaching English and other subjects at a local school. Other possible opportunities include building relationships with college students, doing prayer ministry, discipling young believers, hosting camps, performing manual labor, and encouraging the persecuted church.

Follow their team blog here

Mediterranean

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Alexis, Keziah, Jennia, Paige (team leader)
This team will be serving in two different coastal cities seeking to build relationships and share the love of Christ. The first half of their cross-cultural outreach will be spent in Spain, working with a local church plant, building relationships, supporting RMM’s long-term team, and volunteering at a youth camp. The second part of their outreach will take place in Cyprus, where they will spend time building relationships with students at an international university, practicing relational evangelism, and teaching English conversation classes.

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Thailand

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Hannah, Diamond, Emily, Morgan, Lacy (team leader)
This team will join RMM’s long-term workers in building relationships and discipling new believers and seekers in the capital city. After language school, they will spend their days teaching English, ministering to kids, building relationships with university students, doing prayer walks, and mentoring the children that are part of the long-term team.

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USA, Montana

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David, Damian, Julie, Brianna (team leader), Scott
This team will work among the people of the Flathead Indian Reservation in northwestern Montana with a thriving ministry that is dedicated to sharing the gospel through a variety of ways. Opportunities for outreach include sports ministry through Athletes in Action, labor projects, relational ministry, children’s programs, church planting, Bible studies, and working with several other programs sharing the gospel throughout the state.

Follow their team blog here