Location: Southeast Asia
Dates: May 27 to July 17, 2020
Setting: Two weeks urban, four weeks rural
Religion: Hinduism and Islam
Cost: $5,600
Internship category: Intercultural Studies, Business, Linguistics

What does a southeast asia mission trip look like?

This trip will give you a wide variety of experiences. You’ll live in a creative access country and see how teams are using both a non-profit organization and also a business to gain access to four unreached people groups.

During the first part of your journey, you’ll be able to experience language learning and working with a non-profit organization focused on water projects and helping people with disabilities.

The second part and the bulk of your journey will take you to a beautiful remote island where farming and mining are the largest industries. Many people here drive cars, but horse-drawn carriages are still a viable and frequently used mode of transportation. Most homes have televisions, but our roads are often congested by water buffalo, horses, goats, or cows. Just about everyone has a cell phone and a Facebook account, but the electricity routinely goes off throughout the day. The religious ceremonies here usually include both an Islamic leader and a witchdoctor. This is an island of contrasts!

On this part of the trip, you’ll have the opportunity to live with the locals, experience what their lives are like, and enjoy a variety of adventure activities like: surfing, spearfishing, rock climbing, and caving. You’ll also learn the long-term approach we are using to share the good news and have opportunities to use what you learn every day.

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South East Asia Trip Activities (subject to change)

  • Learn some conversational language and be using it right away
  • Experience front-line ministry in an Islamic and Hindu environment
  • Join a non-profit organization who serves the community through water projects and aid for those with disabilities
  • Participate in an adventure tour which will get you into villages and have you surfing, climbing, trekking, and caving
  • Learn the long-term strategies for sharing and implement what you learn every day
  • Establish relationships with the people and pray for them

* Destination is subject to visa approval through this country’s embassy.