Join us this summer!
Teen Missions has trained and sent out more than 80,000 teens from over 20 countries on short-term missions trips since 1970. Now, for the first time, Native American youth can join together to make a difference serving the Lord on exciting work and evangelistic teams.
• Teen Missions is an interdenominational evangelical organization working with established evangelical churches. Teen Missions does not stress any specific doctrine other than a standard evangelical interdenominational position.
• Team members and leaders are trained for 10 days at the Lord’s Boot Camp, hosted at Western Indian Ministries near Window Rock. They will be trained in their spiritual walk as well as in basic construction skills. They will also learn to share God’s love through puppets, drama, songs, and testimonies.
• During Boot Camp (training) all members will participate in an Obstacle Course each morning which will help team members work together as a team. Personal devotions, Scripture memory, Bible study and evening rallies are a part of the training. Teams will then travel to their Project locations for three weeks of ministry involving work and evangelism. They will then return to Window Rock for Debrief.
Leaders and team members are responsible for transportation to Boot Camp and transportation home after Debrief. You are also responsible for the registration fee, personal spending money, and medical expenses. Food and housing (during the dates listed) will be provided by Teen Missions.
Leader Arrival Day: Monday, June 20 Team Member Arrival Day: Saturday, June 25 Go Home Day: Thursday, August 4
Teen applicants must be Native American and agree to attend for the full dates of involvement. They will NOT be permitted to return home for forgotten items or have their families bring them.
You MUST register online and pay the registration fee of $10 in order to con rm your reservation to Teen Missions Indian Boot Camp.
Registration MUST be completed BEFORE Arrival Day.
Team members must be 13-19 years old and need to bring a signed permission form from their parents or legal guardian. They should have a desire to grow in the Lord and be willing to obey their leaders and cooperate with their team. If a team member does not cooperate, they will be sent home.
Leaders must be at least 20 years of age and above (or 18 years for former team members) and need to have a signed recommendation from a recognized pastor. Leaders must attend a Leader Training Seminar (June 20–24, 2016), be prepared to stay for the entire dates of the camp and agree to abide by, and enforce, all of the policies explained during the team leader seminar.
June 20 — August 4, 2016
Teen Missions International, Inc. Doctrinal Statement
1. We believe the Bible to be inspired, the only infallible and authoritative Word of God.
2. We believe that there is one God, eternally existent in the three persons: the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit.
3. We believe in the Deity of our Lord Jesus Christ, in His virgin birth, in His sinless life, in His miracles, in His vicarious and atoning death through His shed blood and His bodily resurrection, in His ascension to the right hand of the Father, and His tangible return in power and glory.
4. We believe that for the salvation of lost and sinful man, regeneration by the Holy Spirit is absolutely essential.
5. We believe in the present ministry of the Holy Spirit by whose indwelling the Christian lives a godly life.
6. We believe in the resurrection of the body of the saved and lost, they that are saved unto the resurrection of life and they that are lost unto the resurrection of damnation.
7. We believe in the spiritual unity of believers in Christ.
Teen Missions Cell: 321-794-6920
Rep. Tim Gon: 928-606-5167
Rep. Jeremiah Yonnie: 928-380-1772
Team Member Dates:
June 25 — August 4, 2016
Western Indian Ministries
2 Hilltop Rd, Gallup, NM 87301
WHAT TO BRING:
__ 6” work boots
__ Spending money __ 3 Work outfits
__ 2 Dress out ts
Girls, dresses/skirts (church)
Guys, collared shirts (church) __ Socks and underwear
__ One-piece swimsuit and
knee length cover up (girls) __ Jacket/sweatshirt
__ Towel, washcloth, soap
__ Toilet paper, toiletries
__ Toothbrush, toothpaste
__ Clothesline and clothes pins __ Scrub brush, laundry soap __ Bucket (bathing/laundry)
__ Plate, bowl, cup and utensils __ Dish bag
__ Flashlight (extra batteries) __ Sleeping bag, blanket/sheet __ Air mattress or sleeping pad __ Backpack
__ Work gloves
__ Prayer Partner List
Both leaders and team members must bring a list of 20 people (family, friends, etc.) who have agreed to pray for them while they serve on their team.
WHAT NOT TO BRING:
Tight revealing clothing Military/camouflage clothing Shorts
Sleeveless shirts, tank-tops
Low cut tops (girls’ shirts need to be no more than four fingers below neck)
Electronic devices (except camera)
Cell phones, iPods, radios etc.
Books, magazines, etc. (except Bible)