Argentina is derived from the word “argentos” meaning silver, as the early Spanish explorers sought after in the early sixteenth century. The Argentine Republic is the second largest country in both South America and the Latin American Region. It is the eighth largest country in the world by land area. Teams will work in various professional speaking opportunities to share a skill or trade and also work closely with children in the local church.
East Asia’s landscape is steep in culture and heritage. It is the fastest growing economy to date. Teams will partner with IMB to build relationships using a platform of sports, prayer walking, ESL, and cultural exchange classes to share the Gospel.
Ghana is known as one of the friendliest places in Africa despite its name meaning, “Warrior King.” This exciting journey will have a variety of ministry options as we partner with nationals there. Each trip could consist of one of the following: teach VBS, village evangelism, train leaders, conduct ladies' conferences, teach disability conferences, distribute Bibles and Operation Christmas Child Shoebox Gifts and work with two orphanages.
Makassar is the largest city on Sulawesi Island. The city has had a historical trading port and key role in the Indonesian history. We are partnering with local pastors in the area to build a basketball camp as a bridge to share the gospel with hundreds of kids.
Almaty is the largest city in Kazakhstan and is the business center of the country. Almaty has a spectacular mountain backdrop with its deep history of being the old capital. Join us as we work alongside Bible Mission International and Bible Institute to share the love of Christ. God has opened the doors for teams to go into orphanages, detention centers, conservatories for music and work with the local churches through camps for the handicapped, blind and deaf.
Founded by the Spaniards in 1755, Nuevo Laredo lies on the banks of the Rio Grande, across from Laredo, Texas. Roman Catholicism is most prevalent on this trip and team members will partner with Hogar Elim Orphanage to help in construction work for a self-sustaining environment along with evangelistic opportunities with the orphans.
Montreal is a city in the Canadian province of Quebec. It is the second largest city in the country and the fifteenth largest in North America. Montreal gets its name after “Mount Royal”, the triple peaked hill located in the heart of the city (or Mont Real as it was spelled in middle French. A predominantly French speaking area with strong ties to France, it holds the second largest basilica in the world. Olive has a partnership with NAMB for 5 years to produce French speaking churches. Each team will assist in developing community outreach with the local churches.
Nicaragua is a country in Central America and has a coastline of both the Caribbean Sea and the Pacific Ocean. The name literally means “surrounded by water.” Nicaragua is the largest country in Central America. It is a diamond in the rough yet offers lush rainforest, white sands like those in Pensacola, volcanoes, and rich wildlife. Our teams will travel to Nicaragua to minister in orphanages and provide comfort to lepers. Join us as we travel to provide Spanish Bibles for the first time.
Oradea dates back to a small 10th century castle, while its bishopric was founded during the 11th century by King Ladislaus I of Hungary. Partnering with Dr. Paul Negrut of Emanuel University in Oradea, seminary trained teams will assist in discipling future church leaders commissioned to Eastern Europe for the gospel.
“Ilha Formosa – Beautiful Island”, were the words spoken by Portuguese sailors the first time they laid eyes on the location. Taipei 101 is still the second-largest building in the world, sharing the city skyline with multiple temples. Between the modern business development, tourist attractions, and natural beauty of land, Taiwan provides great opportunities for teams to share the gospel with those touring the area.