“The Best Summer Ever!”

“A Summer to Remember”

“A Summer where God showed me His Heart”

Summer Projects 2019

Don’t miss out on an exciting opportunity to share in God’s heart!  These projects will be primarily by your Ministry group so please talk to your staff & plan for your Summer… you don’t wanna miss this!

*For other GP churches, please sign up through your campus ministries.

2019 Dates & Teams

Join us as we head out to 7 countries to share in God’s heart for people.
We’re still finalizing details, so please check back for the most updated INFO.
Start talking to your staff, save up & plan for this summer!

Cambodia-Project

The Cambodia Project has been a special project we’ve been able to continue yearly for over a decade. We will be hosted by Life University. We will be teaching English classes, run children’s and youth programs, holding multiple chapels daily. We will have opportunities to serve at nearby villages.

Team 1: 5/27 – 6/7

Team 2: TBD

Team 3: TBD

 Team 4: 5/14 – 5/31

C-Project

Only 2 Teams for C-Project! (1 or 2 month option) – You will need to choose between two: 1 month teams (that overlap for 1 week). You can also decide to stay for the entire 2 months! For C-Project, we will be going to a university in GZ and participating in a language and cultural exchange program and taking a class on campus. We will have opportunities to hold English Clubs/Corners as well. In the process, we will have a chance to build friendships with the students. We may also have an opportunity to go on a trip to a local village or orphanage and serve the GZ community.

Team 1: 5/15 – 6/17

Team 2: 6/8 – 7/12

Team 3: 5/15 – 7/12

Thailand-Project

For the Thailand Project, we will be staying at the Asian Institute of Technology in the Khlong Nung district, about an hour north of Bangkok. We will be hosted by AICF, a student group on the campus. During our stay, we will hold English Clubs, try to put on various “skills workshops” (e.g. teach photoshop, help with resumes, teach CPR, etc.), and build relationships with students on campus. There may also be opportunities to serve the nearby Vietnamese refugees or to go on a trip to a local village or orphanage.

Team 1: TBD

Team 2: TBD

Team 3: TBD

Japan Project

We’re going back to Japan! We will have opportunity to do some college ministry and have discussions with Japanese college students. We will have opportunity to do spiritual surveys, cookie for a question, meet new students and build new friendships, hold English Club/Corners, etc. We will also have opportunities to put on an “American Cultures Night” where we would be able to display our culture in fun ways and share our faith with our friends.

Team 1: 5/25 – 6/8

Korea-Project

The Korea Project is our newest project.We will be reaching out to college students on various universities in Seoul, putting on English corners, special talks & Gospel Fest.  There will be opportunities to make new friends and engage in gospel conversations through various activities. We’ll be partnering with an active Christian fellowship and will have home stays with their staff and students.

Team 1: 5/20 – 6/3

Mexico-Project

The Mexico Project has been a special project that we’ve been able to participate in yearly for many years. We go to engage the youth in various activities, serve the local community by helping with building infrastructure, or by teaching them about the good news.

Team 1: 5/23 – 6/2

Team 2: 6/20 – 6/29

Team 3: 8/3 – 8/9

Team 4: TBD

Team 5: TBD

Taiwan-Project

The Taiwan Project, is an opportunity to help our Taiwan Team to run Camp Blue, a campus-sponsored freshmen orientation program. You’ll be placed on a team with incoming freshmen who sign up for this English Camp and have a whole week of building friendships with them, living in the dorms with them, sharing the good news, teaching them English, etc. We will have opportunities to give presentations about your own college campuses and topics that affect this generation, and also host “Gosp. Night” where we would be able to share with our friends through skits and special talks. It’s also a great way to co-labor together with our brothers and sisters in Taiwan.

Camp Blue 1: 8/3 – 8/13

The harvest is plentiful, but the laborers are few…

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