Guided by God through Uncertainty It was dark, and we were tired. "God, what should we do?" Our long day of outreach started when men from another village came to guide us into a different region of the Philippine island of Bucas Grande.
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Sharing the Gospel with a Terrorist Group Early one morning, we were abruptly awakened by a teammate, "Guys! Come quickly! There are men outside with guns!"
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Worship and Prayer Brought a Real Miracle from God Almost a year ago, I was on my School of Evangelism (SOE) outreach. Our team was at David's Tent, a ministry hosting worship 24/7 on the National Mall in Washington, D.C. where I led an hour-long worship set.
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Thousands of desperate people stranded at the U.S/Mexico border. We could hardly take in what we were seeing. Fear and turmoil seemed to permeate the atmosphere when our YWAM Tyler team arrived in McAllen, Texas. We saw masses of displaced people without hope, searching for a future. 
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Adventure Sports Saving Trafficked Women Young people from all over the world flock here to YWAM Tyler for discipleship and to discover their God-given passions. Our friend, Matthew Nocas, was one of those youths. Riding a specially modified adventure motorcycle, he brings awareness to human trafficking and finding unreached people groups across the globe.
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WHAT I DIDN'T REALIZE ABOUT THE SEX INDUSTRY IN THE USA A YWAM outreach definitely opens your eyes to what's happening in the world around you. We love taking students on two month outreaches as part of their Discipleship Training School. It's in moments on busy downtown streets, a remote dusty village, on a crowded college campus, where God shows his love for the world.  I was texting with a...
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SHARING THE GOSPEL ISN'T COMPLICATED "I don’t know the first thing about talking to people⏤much less to someone who believes differently than me," I thought to myself. My mind was racing as we stepped out into the neighborhood for the first time to talk to Muslims about Jesus. My first thoughts were, “What will I say? What if I don’t know the answer?
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Is A Gap Year Worth Taking 5 a.m. on the dot, an eager anticipation for adventure abruptly woke me from my deep sleep. I vividly recall a joyous light-weight atmosphere all around a group of children and myself while we danced to piano keys and a foreign upbeat song. It must've been an African tribe I was standing in the midst of, with nothing but love in my heart for them. At this time, I never...
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Reaching the Nations in Your Own BackYard As believers, we understand that part of the commission given to us by Jesus is to go into all nations. With the times we are living in today, it’s not always possible to do what's on our hearts in following Jesus' command.
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AM I REALLY HEARING GOD? In late November of 2019, my Dad and I stayed at a hotel in Shreveport, Louisiana. As we arrived to check-in, I noticed a man with crutches sitting on a couch in the lobby. As we approached the front desk, I heard a voice in my mind say, Go and pray for his knee.
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