Location $East Asia (closed country)
Length N6 weeks
Dates PMay - Jun 2013
Deadline PJanuary 31, 2013
Because of the nature of the East Asia Project, the following are some recommended requirements:
- willing to take initiative and accept challenges
- a demonstrated heart for sharing your faith
- a growing relationship with God
No language requirements for this project. All university students in East Asia have studied some English. There are many students who can speak well enough that you can develop a friendship with them and have spiritual discussions.
Most students in East Asia have very little knowledge of the Bible, but you will have the opportunity to change that. Share your faith relationally while experiencing a new language and culture. You’ll be in situations where you’ll be forced into a deeper dependence on God and grow in your love for Him and for the lost people of the world. Will you rise to the challenge?
Because this country is politically closed to Christianity, we cannot publicly disclose where this project will take place. Please talk to a P2C staff member on your campus or email us for more information.
You will live in a dormitory on the university campus. The dormitories range from very new and clean, to older and not well-kept.
- Experience the adventure of learning a new language and culture. You will gain a greater vision for the world, and see how God can use you to make a difference.
- Reach students who could be the future spiritual leaders on their campuses. The sheer volume of campuses in East Asia has thrust the ministry into a deeply empowered student-led model by which students are entrusted with reaching their campus for Jesus Christ.
- Reach the world by reaching students in East Asia. This country has a vision of being the world’s largest sending ground of Christian missionaries by 2020. They have embraced the “Back to Jerusalem Movement,” envisioning missionaries sent along the silk road to proclaim the gospel and establish fellowships of believers all the way back to Jerusalem.
Orientation will be held in Canada. During this time you will receive training and be divided into teams of 8 – 12 students, including staff and interns. Upon arrival in East Asia, each team will go to a different university. Each weekday you will spend two hours in a formal language study program. The rest of the time will be spent developing relationships with students and sharing the gospel with those interested.
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