Here is a list of a few select places you can be trained and sent into the nations.


Youth With A Mission is an inter-denominational, non-profit, Christian missionary organization whose express purpose is to “Know God and make Him known”. YWAM includes people from over 180 countries, and a large number of Christian denominations, with over half of the organization's staff from non-Western nations. YWAM has over 18,000 full-time volunteers in more than 1,100 ministry locations in over 180 countries. They train upwards of 25,000 short-term missions volunteers annually. It begins with a 6-month Discipleship Training School as an entry level requirement into the organization. 

Below are examples of just a few of the YWAM bases located around the world. 

(Click the buttons below to go directly to each YWAM base's website.)


          The Antioch Center for Training and Sending (ACTS) School of Frontier Missions is a unique training program designed to equip young leaders (18-35 years old) to walk in the power of the Holy Spirit and change the world  through worship, prayer, and a bold witness. With a high premium on keeping the First and Great Commandment as their priority, students will be prepared and mobilized for the Great Commission and to blaze a pathway to build a culture of prayer and worship in the hardest and darkest places of the world. ACTS School begins with three months of training at the Antioch Center for Training and Sending in Colorado Springs at Every Home for Christ (EHC) or the International House of Prayer in Atlanta, GA. After the initial three months of training, students will participate in a ten-week short-term international outreach to a region inside the 10/40 Window (possible locations include nations in North Africa, East Africa, the Middle East, Central Asia, Southeast Asia, East Asia, etc.). 

(Click the button below to go directly to the ACTS School's website.)

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