Teen Missions Operates 27 National Boot Camps & 25 Bible Schools in 18 countries!
Many people are familiar with the ministry of Teen Missions in the United States – the Lord’s Boot Camp and summer mission trips – but Teen Missions is more than a local short-term mission agency, it’s a growing mission organization that stretches around the globe.
Teen Missions worldwide ministry includes:
- 31 worldwide bases on five continents.
- 27 Boot Camps in 18 countries.
- Over 67,000 overseas team members since 1982.
- 25 active Bible, Missionary & Work with over 700 students worldwide.
- A thriving orphan ministry including 33 Orphan Rescue Units and 7 Matrons Units.
- An exciting motorcycle ministry made up of 26 circuits and 257 Sunday Schools in remote villages around the world.
Teen Missions has bases in the following countries:
Click a link below to go to that country’s page.
What does Teen Missions do overseas?
Overseas Boot Camps
Overseas Boot Camps follow a program similar to the one in the United States. Each participant is placed on a team and receives Boot Camp training in construction, evangelism, Bible, teamwork and discipline. After Boot Camp, the teams embark to cities and villages in the surrounding areas. They do work projects such as building churches, renovating schools and helping the villagers on small projects. They also have the opportunity to share the love of Christ with the locals and in churches. In most countries the team members attend free—their cost is built into the team cost of the North American teams.
Bible, Missionary & Work (BMW) Training Centers
Most of the overseas bases operate a BMW Training Center – a tuition-free Bible school available for former team members. These schools combine Bible classes and practical work training, equipping young men and women for ministry in their own country, or wherever God may lead them. Click here for more information.
Teen Missions Rescue Units
Each of our bases in Africa are involved in orphan ministry and have at least one Orphan Rescue Unit. These Units are set up in villages as a place where orphans and the other villagers can come for food assistance, medical care and other needs.
Teen Missions Motorcycle Circuits
The bases are involved in teaching Sunday Schools, teaching phonics and training adults to become teachers. Much of this work takes place in remote, hard to reach areas that are largely unreached with little to no gospel witness.