Updates

DEBRIEF 2017We are up to Day 2 of Debrief and now all the teams have finally arrived on base. Mountain series classes were kicked off last night with each team member and leader outlining their goals for Debrief.

Teams have also done presentations that enlightened the other teams as to what they did during their summer, including descriptions of the culture they went to, their work project, miracles that God performed and other exciting times during their summer. Teams used song, dance and drama as just some of the mediums to help convey to the other teams stories from their summer.

Today teams have been learning how to share about their summer when they go home, as well as how to keep the armour of God on all the time.

Please keep Debrief in your prayers as these teens and leaders learn how to MAKE A DIFFERENCE at home.

Posted by Teen Missions Int’l Australia on Wednesday, January 18, 2017

The Navajo team arrived safely today just before lunch to the Teen Missions Base. They were keen and ready for Debrief classes. Please pray that they will recover quickly from jet lag and have fun at Debrief, learning what they need in order to make an impact at home.

Posted by Teen Missions Int’l Australia on Wednesday, January 18, 2017

The Vanuatu team arrived safely to the Teen Missions Base late last night. All bags made it and the team are enjoying their time spent at Debrief so far. Please pray that they will learn the skills they need through the Debrief classes to go home and MAKE A DIFFERENCE.

Posted by Teen Missions Int’l Australia on Tuesday, January 17, 2017

The Tanzania & Cambodia teams both arrived safely yesterday afternoon to the Teen Missions Base in Tewantin, Qld. Both teams are healthy and well, all bags made it too. Please pray for these teams as they commence their Debrief classes tonight; that they will learn lots and get ready to head home at the end of the week.

Posted by Teen Missions Int’l Australia on Tuesday, January 17, 2017

Burma 1605The Burma team has arrived safe to the Teen Missions Base in Tewantin Qld. All of their bags made it safely too. Please pray that they will have an enjoyable and fun Debrief that gets them ready to go home and Make a Difference!

Posted by Teen Missions Int’l Australia on Monday, January 16, 2017

 

The Navajo team have been busy this week! They have had many opportunities to present the Gospel in a variety of ways. Navajo 1601They had the chance to help out at a clothing drive run by a group of local churches on Friday & Saturday. During this drive they presented the Gospel through handing out tracts, one-on-one evangelism, doing puppet presentations and singing. During the two day drive over 1000 tracts were handed out to people who came through the doors. They also had the opportunity to share during a half-hour radio segment on the local Navajo Christian radio. They shared testimonies, discussed the spiritual climate of Australia and promoted the next Navajo Boot Camp. As well as all of this the team has been helping the Western Indian Ministries prepare for the next Navajo Boot Camp in June 2017 through digging out tent pads and holes for shower pad pillars.

Amongst all of this they also met the Vice-President of the Navajo Nation at church and had a picnic with him at Window Rock afterwards. Continue to keep them in your prayers as they bless this nation through their work and evangelism.

Posted by Teen Missions Int’l Australia on Tuesday, January 10, 2017

The Vanuatu team had the most fantastic opportunity last Friday to run a youth group night at Fresh Wota School. The team organised the whole night and planned games, devotions, and praise and worship, along with a message. They have also been continuing with the repainting work at the school. The team has been able to experience the local culture during their trip through church services and other events that they have had the opportunity to attend. Please keep them in your prayers as they continue to minister through their work at Fresh Wota School.

Posted by Teen Missions Int’l Australia on Monday, January 9, 2017

The Burma team has had the opportunity, on top of their construction work, to be able to teach English to the orphans. This has been a great blessing to the orphans and the orphanage at large. Their bricklaying work is continuing at a steady pace and benefiting the orphanage greatly. Please pray for continued good health for this team and that their efforts for the Lord would benefit His kingdom greatly.

Posted by Teen Missions Int’l Australia on Monday, January 9, 2017

The Tanzania team has been making progress in their work.  Tanzania 1604They are in the final stages of the sewage system construction – concrete lids have been made and are ready to be mortared in place. The first group of shower stall walls have been completed and rendering is underway. Goal posts, nets and volleyball posts have been set up by the team with the help of some Tanzanian team members, to enable sports ministry to be a reality at the Tanzania Teen Missions Base. The team also had an opportunity to head to the local town of Moshi to do some sightseeing and buy some souvenirs. Please keep them in your prayers as they continue their work and ministry in Tanzania.

Posted by Teen Missions Int’l Australia on Monday, January 9, 2017

 

Cambodia 1603The Cambodia team have been continuing brick laying classroom walls, with 3 completed walls and 4 more in progress. The weather has been hot and sunny allowing them to get lots of work done. They have had opportunities for evangelism in the local village. Please pray that they will see a harvest from this evangelism.

They are heading to Vietnam today. Pray that they will have a safe journey and fruitful time with the Vietnam church.

Posted by Teen Missions Int’l Australia on Monday, January 9, 2017

 

 

Burma 1605The team in Burma have been working hard this summer. They have been working on a new dormitory building at the orphanage, bricklaying walls and installing windows. Their aim is to have the concrete floor laid next week and focus on doing some evangelistic outreach in the local community. They also had a chance on the weekend to do some sightseeing around Yangon City. Please pray for the team, that they would continue to stay healthy and grow in the Lord.

Posted by Teen Missions Int’l Australia on Thursday, January 5, 2017

 

CONCERNING THE EARTHQUAKE IN VANUATU
Vanuatu 1606The team was not affected by the earthquake that was measured in Vanuatu yesterday. Here at the office we have called the team and spoken to both the leaders and the missionary and they did not even know that an earthquake had occurred. It was not an event in Vanuatu and did not even make the papers or news reports. The team has been working hard and the missionary is very pleased with how much work they have been getting done. They are in high spirits and enjoying their overseas experience.

 

Posted by Teen Missions Int’l Australia on Thursday, January 5, 2017

 

The Vanuatu team has been working hard at Fresh Wota School. They have been assisting the school through building shelving for the store room, doing some much needed repainting of buildings and repairing plumbing leaks. They have been experiencing very wet weather and hot, humid days of up to 32C. Continue to pray for them as they serve the Lord in Vanuatu.

Posted by Teen Missions Int’l Australia on Tuesday, January 3, 2017

 

Tanzania 1604The Tanzania team have been working hard for the Lord! Like the Navajo team they have also been working on a shower block for the Teen Missions Tanzania base. They have been bricklaying shower stall walls, as well as working on the sewage pipe system for the showers. They have started to prepare for sport evangelism opportunities, buying soccer and volleyball equipment to use later in the trip. Please keep them in your prayers as they continue their work and outreach in Tanzania.

Posted by Teen Missions Int’l Australia on Tuesday, January 3, 2017

 

Cambodia 1603Work is progressing quickly in Cambodia. The weather has been hot and sunny, allowing lots of work to be done. The majority of their work time has been focused on continuing to bricklay walls for Cambodian classrooms. They have also had many evangelism opportunities from helping with church New Year celebrations, sharing the Gospel with unbelievers and presenting the Gospel through song & puppets at a local village school. They also had the opportunity to enjoy traditional Cambodian food for two meals on New Year’s Day. Continue to pray for them as they use mediums of evangelism and construction to reach out into this Asian country.

Posted by Teen Missions Int’l Australia on Tuesday, January 3, 2017

 

The Navajo team has been working hard in the cold. They have had many opportunities for outreach from running a church Navajo 1601service to working at a youth camp. The majority of their building efforts have been focusing on building a new shower block on the property that is used annually for the Teen Missions Navajo Boot Camp. So far foundations have been dug and stairs have been built. The temperature has been at a high of 7C but the team has been keeping warm as they are working hard for the Lord. Please keep them in your prayers as they continue to reach out into the Navajo community.

 

Posted by Teen Missions Int’l Australia on Tuesday, January 3, 2017

Burma 1605The Burma team arrived safely at the Rakhine Orphanage where they will be working over the next three weeks. They were greeted by many happy orphans that wanted to help take their bags inside. The orphanage had also prepared a meal for them. Please keep them in your prayers.

Posted by Teen Missions Int’l Australia on Wednesday, December 28, 2016

 

 

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The Vanuatu team has arrived safely at Fresh Wota School. All bags arrived with them and all of the team is in good health. When they arrived they were warmly greeted by locals with decorative beads and an afternoon tea. They have started work at the school, cleaning and painting walls. Please keep them in your prayers.

Posted by Teen Missions Int’l Australia on Wednesday, December 28, 2016

Tanzania 1604The Tanzania team has had the opportunity to get started on their project for this summer. They have been making mortar and started brick laying for showers and toilets. Over the last few days they have been practising their evangelism presentations to get ready for outreach opportunities that they will have this weekend and over the next week. Please pray for them as they reach out into this African nation.

Posted by Teen Missions Int’l Australia on Wednesday, December 28, 2016

Cambodia 1603Unlike the Navajo team, the Cambodia team had a hot and humid Christmas day. They had the opportunity to do some sightseeing at Angkor Wat before getting stuck into their project. They have been working hard bricklaying classroom walls at the school. They are looking forward to an opportunity to evangelise in a nearby village this weekend as well as help out at a church event. Please keep them in your prayers.

Posted by Teen Missions Int’l Australia on Wednesday, December 28, 2016

The Navajo team was greeted Christmas morn with crisp cold air, falling snow and a covering of snow already on the ground. The temperatures hNavajo Team 1601ave been as low as -10C but all team members and leaders are healthy and well. The team had the opportunity to attend two Christmas church services at two different local churches, one on Christmas Eve and one on Christmas morning. They have started work on various jobs around the Western Indian Ministries property. Please keep them in your prayers.

Posted by Teen Missions Int’l Australia on Wednesday, December 28, 2016

 

 

It’s that time of year again, with Boot Camp just one week away our BMW Staff and Students have been working tirelessly in preparation for this years teams, from cooking, to building, First Aid to cleaning, the group have enjoyed each moment as they seek to prepare to the best of their abilities for this years up coming adventures.

Posted by Teen Missions Int’l Australia on Saturday, December 3, 2016

 

Boot Camp is in full swing. Team members all survived their first night in tents…

Posted by Teen Missions Int’l Australia on Sunday, December 13, 2015

12347620_998832453510581_1586375484776001458_n6 Days to go! Not long now, Boot Camp is coming. On Friday night leaders began to arrive and settle in. Today, they…

Posted by Teen Missions Int’l Australia on Saturday, December 5, 2015

12190126_981302091930284_223746402682185863_nWith less than a month to go, and it is on…. Memory Verse Packets. Plane tickets. Tents and paper work galore. Boot Camp…

Posted by Teen Missions Int’l Australia on Wednesday, November 11, 2015

 

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Calling Tanzania Team #1506 – Your project will be to continue work on the Training Centre, which may include…

Posted by Teen Missions Int’l Australia on Thursday, October 29, 2015

 

12011187_981317335262093_2796341960014232479_nAdventure awaits you, Solomon Islands Team #1505 – The Balasuna Christian School in the capital city of Honiara in the…

Posted by Teen Missions Int’l Australia on Thursday, October 29, 2015

 

Are you ready? Sc11037179_981315878595572_4593217244271581263_notland Team #1502 –The Windmill Christian Centre in Arbroath in the UK is in need of some help. Your…

Posted by Teen Missions Int’
l Australia
on Wednesday, October 28, 2015

12187711_981315415262285_7483341600670372355_nShout out to the Zambia Team #1501 – Your main project will be to build a shed for the grinding mill. The grinding mill…

Posted by Teen Missions Int’l Australia on Tuesday, October 27, 2015

Get ex11218857_982240941836399_85467349743946815_ncited! Nepal Team #1503 – The Churches Network Nepal is building an orphanage. Your project will be to build upon…

Posted by Teen Missions Int’l Australia on Tuesday, October 27, 2015

Mike and Rena have been in contact with the missionaries and checking in on the work projects. They recently went to the…

Posted by Teen Missions Int’l Australia on Monday, October 26, 2015

 

Travel team has been
wonderful and we’re so thankful for the opportunities that God keeps opening up for us. The team is…

Posted by Teen Missions Int’l Australia on Wednesday, October 14, 2015

Our new chapel building has slowly but surely been progressing. We now have doors on, gyprock batons are up and the weather boarding is almost completed.

Posted by Teen Missions Int’l Australia on Friday, October 9, 2015

Praise report…..Scripture Union Gents Camp was loud, messy and a lot of fun! There were 35 salvations and many more…

Posted by Teen Missions Int’l Australia on Friday, October 9, 2015

On the road again. This time our Travel team is on their way to Emerald area speaking at schools, churches and youth…

Posted by Teen Missions Int’l Australia on Friday, October 9, 2015

Marilyn Kingston, a beloved teacher and God fearing mentor will be missed dearly on earth but we rejoice in knowing she…

Posted by Teen Missions Int’l Australia on Tuesday, September 22, 2015

 

The Adult Work team has touched down safely in Malawi. Please pray for their one missing bag. We look forward to updating you on how God is working in and through them during this time of ministry.

Posted by Teen Missions Int’l Australia on Monday, September 21, 2015

Calling all FTM’s – and whoever! We’re looking for leaders and we’re looking at you! We need people who have a heart for…

Posted by Teen Missions Int’l Australia on Thursday, August 27, 2015

We have another TMIA travel team heading out tomorrow! Half of the BMW students will be flying down to Tasmania where…
Posted by Teen Missions Int’l Australia on Thursday, August 6, 2015

 

Last week the US preteen team left after spending three weeks in Australia working here at the base. They were able to…
Posted by Teen Missions Int’l Australia on Thursday, August 6, 2015

Last week the US preteen team left after spending three weeks in Australia working here at the base. They were able to…

Posted by Teen Missions Int’l Australia on Thursday, August 6, 2015

After weeks of hard work, the US team left our base this morning to travel back to Florida for debrief. They were a…

Posted by Teen Missions Int’l Australia on Sunday, July 19, 2015

 

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