Navajo Reservation Community Development

New to Teen Missions–teams with a dual purpose. One is to help teenagers unplug from technology consuming too much of their time. Two is to reboot them by giving them opportunities to help others through various community development projects. They will be blessed as their eyes are opened to the needs of the world through missions work by helping others who are in need.


Dates: June 17 – August 11, 2017United States

Teen Missions Trip (ages 13-19)


Travel:  After training at the Lord’s Boot Camp in Florida, your team will bus over 2,000 miles across Florida, Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, Texas, New Mexico and Arizona to your project site inside the Navajo Reservation.

Ministry:  Hosted by a local church, you will provide a variety of projects for the church and local families in need. Community Development projects may include road repair, maintenance, fence repair and cutting firewood. You will also share the Gospel with the young and old using testimonies, music, puppets and drama.

Adventure:  Spanning over 27,000 square miles, the Navajo Nation is full of natural scenery and is home to many national parks and monuments. Your team will enjoy a visit to world famous Grand Canyon and to the Four Corners monument where you can stand in four states at once! A variety of shops will provide an opportunity to purchase souvenirs including Indian jewelry, paintings, ceramics, baskets and woven blankets. After your project is completed you will travel back to Florida for Debrief.

Project Expense: $3190 U.S. plus $30 Registration Fee


(Note: Teams are filled on a first come, first served basis.) Return to Mission Trips List


  1. Hello, I’m from Australia and I went with Teen Missions International Australia last year but since it has be made suspended I can not attend anymore. I was wondering, If I signed up, how will it all work out?

    1. Kiana, You are more than welcomed to join the US program. You can register online. You are responsible for your round-trip transportation to the US. We have several from overseas joining us this summer.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *