YIM History: Extended

Youth In Mission began over 50 years ago during a dinner conversation in a restaurant as several entrepreneurial youth leaders in the USA discussed strategies to deploy young people in response to the Great Commission. The year 1961 brought considerable unrest over the growing conflict in Vietnam. There were challenges for radical action from the [...]

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Join YIM

Teams Are you a young adult (18-25yrs) interested in missions? Looking for an engaging opportunity to join God in his mission? Want to live mission alongside those that serve, know, and love their communities in Christ? Do you have a cross-cultural curiosity you are willing to cultivate in prayer? Willing to prepare in advance via [...]

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What YIM Does

Youth in Mission's main goal in equipping young adults is to join God in what He is already doing by sending team members to mission alongside YIM Location Coordinators in the local church context in various postures of ministry. Including (but not limited to): Local Church Ministry (All Age Groups) Sports & Athletic Camps Community [...]

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Youth in Mission has been sending teams of young adults from the USA and Canada Nazarene Colleges/Universities to the far reaches of the globe for participating in missions since the 1960s. YIM alumni are found across the world engaging in various vocations. Over the years, our Nazarene Universities and Colleges have created effective programs, equipping [...]

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Relaunch The primary purpose of the YIM re-launch is to offer mission opportunities to the majority (89%) of Nazarene young adults (ages 18-25) on the USA and Canada region who are attending state colleges or universities, working, or occupying that “in-between-space” while considering what’s next in their lives. Nazarene University and College students as well [...]

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