Andrews University has adopted the following motto: “Seek Knowledge. Affirm Faith Change the World.” Here at Student Missions, 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 around 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 you're interested in? Then get involved!
Our mission is to help you prepare for ministry no matter what your career is. And you'll discover that it's hard not to get involved at Andrews, where spiritual life is all around you. It's what lights up every classroom, office, residence hall and smile that greets you on your morning walk across campus. So sign-up for one of the many on- and off-campus ministries, and make your religion a seven-day experience. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Ready to answer the call? Contact Student Missions, email@example.com, and make an appointment. We'll help you get started on your journey. Also, learn ways to raise financial support to help provide the means for your life-changing work in the near future.
The He Said Go plan is designed to assist the Seventh-day Adventist Church in proclaiming the gospel to people everywhere through the ministry of Adventist volunteers, matching their talents, skills, resources and professional expertise with defined needs.
This is a great location that covers over 1000 miles of islands in the pacific, they list most of there calls on the hesaidgo.com website for teaching, maintenance, and bible working. To find out more informaiton abotu them check them out their website or Facebook page.
Adventist mission work today touches lives in more than 200 countries and areas of the world. Adventist mission workers preach the gospel, teach relevant living skills, heal people through Adventist hospitals and clinics, spread the gospel on radio and television, run development projects to make better lives for people, and provide comforting relief in times of suffering.