Many of the issues that cripple communities around the world can be overcome through the hands-on application of the principles that are taught to our students. Each year various campus departments take trips out of the country to participate in mission work.
Share your global mission intiatives!
Come and join in this amazing experience of a lifetime. During Spring Break 2019 we will be headed down to Equador to help make a difference. We will be helping to rebuild buildings that were destroyed in a recent earthquake. This is not only a great way to spend Spring Break with your friends but also a great way to make a difference in a unique part of the world.
Come and join us as we become the hands and feet of Jesus. If you have questions about this trip, stop by Campus Ministries or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We hope to see you there with us!!!
We are seeking women that would be interested in tutor and teach basic math to locally incarcerated women, as they study to pass their GED test. Come and make a difference in an under served population. If interested, please contact Aubrey@andrews.edu or 269-363-3630 for more information.
We have mission trips around the world. Join us as we go and make a difference in the world to help bring the second coming of Jesus that much closer. Visit our website https://www.adraconnections.org/trips for more information on trips.
If you are mission-minded and have an interest in learning about missions in the Muslim world, consider the Lebanon study tour/mission trip.
Join the Frienship Team conduct a day camp for children at the REACH orphange and the surrounding communities in Santa Barbara, Honduras.
The motto of Andrews University is: “Seek Knowledge, Affirm Faith, Change the World.” Here at the missions department, we believe the experience of being a student missionary heavily affirms our motto.
As a missionary you will learn about life from a broader perspective. The missionary calls vary from the United States to across the globe. Whether the culture is more familiar, or very different. Gaining a year of experience in “the real world” will allow for the Andrews student to learn about life in a tangible way.
Sound like something your interested in? Then get involved!