My very first day in Kathmandu I awoke to the maddening traffic outside and the chatter of a new language. I stepped out to the balcony of the guest house to a view of the city, blanketed in what I thought in the moment to be fog, it was dust. In that moment I thought about…. Check out this blog by one of our staff members about his experience in Nepal.
The Lord revealed this scene to me during a time of prayer for Thailand. It captures the Father’s heart for this nation, this people. At one point, they had been entwined, in love… Read more about Dalles’ vision for a nation that is so heavy on God’s heart.
A life of fulfillment and a life in which Christ permeates into every area of our lives. This is a right that we at Youth With a Mission believe is completely Biblical and necessary. Check out the last week of our series on the Christian Magna Carta and how you can unleash this right into the world.
Deep in our core, as human beings, we have this desire to bring justice to the world. To bring humanitarian aid to the needy, hurting, and lost. As Christians, our focus has to be a little bit different than the typical thoughts of this world. Check out this blog as we explore the fifth right of the Christian Magna Carta and how you can unleash this right in the world.
It is so vital to understand why fellowship and Biblical teaching is important in the Christian life. Let's dig into the importance of fellowship with other believers, biblical teaching, and worship. Check out this blog as we explore the third right of the Christian Magna Carta and how YOU can respond.
We believe that everyone has the right to have a Christian education available for their children. Check out this blog as we explore the third right of the Christian Magna Carta and how you can respond.
There are about 114 million people without a Bible in their heart language… The question is: How do we respond? Check out this blog about the second right of the Christian Magna Carta — everyone has the right to a bible in their own language — and how you can get involved in ending Bible poverty.
Jesus has called us to leave our nets and to follow Him. We were called by God several months prior to this moment to leave the comforts of home and to attend a Discipleship Training School (DTS) at YWAM Yosemite, which has led us to board this ship. We were called by God to this place so that we may pour out into the nation of Dominica the love and passion of God.
Do you want to do missions, but have no idea where to start? Start here, with a YWAM Discipleship Training School. We won't just send you into missions on a whim, but we will equip, train & disciple you to go wherever God calls you! Check out this blog to learn more.
God desires to use your love for travel and adventure to impact the world for His glory. In fact, Jesus's final commandment on this earth was for his disciples to go. But, it's not just about going, it's about God wanting to use His followers to transform the world...
All students and missionaries in YWAM raise their own personal support. For many of us, it's one of the hardest parts about entrusting our entire lives into the hands of God. Read this article to learn more about why we do this and be encouraged in your journey of trusting the Lord's provision.
Did you know that your passions -- whether backpacking, teaching, art, or business -- are directly connected to what God has called you to? Read more to find out how God planted your passions and interests in you for the purpose of glorifying Him in the spheres and the nations.
So, you've already completed your DTS application and now you're just waiting for the life-changing journey to start. What do you need to know as you get ready to come to your DTS? Check out this article about some things to keep in mind during this season of waiting, anticipation, and sometimes even doubt...
Have you ever wanted to push yourself beyond your limits but couldn't make the first step? Ever wanted to change your life but didn't know where to start? Read what YWAM Staff member Josh Anderson has to say about climbing and how it correlates to the DTS and life.
What is the Gospel? As a missionary, I’ve begun to ask myself this question regularly. Not because the answer ever changes, but rather because it’s necessary to remind myself daily why my wife and I do what we do...