The Edmond Campus Ministry makes an annual summer trip to one of the many mission sites supported by the Edmond Church of Christ. Recently, students have traveled to Nicaragua, to Montrèal, Canada/Connecticut/New York City and to Brazil. Read more
Dr. Lawrence Murray, professor of psycology, has a passion for Ethiopia and he wants students to discover and participate in what God is doing there! This project works with children, serves communities in the capital city of Addis Ababa, and partners with rural churches in evangelistic events. For more information, contact Dr. Murray. Read more
For many years there has been a Campaign group going to Germany. The past several years this mission project has focused on the State of Saxony in the former East Germany. This summer we will focus our time in the cities of Chemnitz and Leipzig. We will be singing in schools and around both cities to share the love of God, encourage local churches and work with those churches to share the love of God. Read more
For the past 10 years during the month of May a group of college students from all over the country board a plane and head to Ghana, West Africa. The majority of the time spent in Ghana is at the Village of Hope orphanage. The primary goals of the trip are to build relationships with the orphans who live at the Village of Hope and to organize and teach a VBS week for their entire school from 1st-9th grade. Additionally, the group plans various events such as a Mother’s Day party and one giant birthday party for children whose birthdays may not otherwise be recognized.
Students also reach out to the surrounding villages by playing games with the local children as well as bringing toys, clothes, and school supplies.
In addition, an important component of this mission is to bring clean water sources to surrounding villages that do not have access to it. During this past trip to Ghana, we were able to financially and physically aid in the drilling of three local wells. Read more
Are you interested in travelling to Rwanda to get a first hand experience of Rwandan Culture? Travel to Rwanda with current OC Rwandan Students. A mission project to Rwanda is an opportunity to see where they have came from, learn about Rwandan culture, and get involved in activities that will make a difference for the Rwandan community. Read more
Giving is truly better than receiving! HonduraServe is an unique opportunity for students to spend 2 weeks in May in a practicum type experience. Open to all majors, this trip is especially geared towards nursing, science, Spanish, education and TEFL majors. Students will work with Mission Predisan in Catacamas, Honduras. Read more
LET’S START TALKING MINISTRY has been leading OC students overseas into non-English speaking countries and providing them with an effective method for sharing their faith for over 25 years. OC students have been with LST to Africa, Asia, Europe, Central and Latin America teaching people the English using the Gospel of Luke. You can form your own team of friends on campus or join a team looking for additional people. Teams work with LST to choose the country to serve for 3-6 weeks during the summer. While on an LST project, you will help people practice conversational English, do service projects and host fun events. The time you spend forming friendships will be a powerful and natural way to share your faith. Read more
The Malawi Mission Project will consist of a variety of activities. The orphan village is still under construction and will need as many hands as possible to continue the building. The feeding program and the preschool have begun the trial period on the property, which will also need help in different areas. In addition, the local director would like to see a VBS done for the children of the village. Most importantly, we will need to continue building relationships with the villagers, village chiefs, and the village head man in order to maintain local support. There are several opportunities and ways to serve in Malawi if you have the willingness to go and be used by God. Read more
Have you been longing for the day that you could wash a hobbit's feet? Do you think you'd be good at conversing with a Kiwi? How do you feel about rain?
If you think these things are "sweet as bro", then you need to be in New Zealand. Come serve churches and individuals in Aoteroa (The Land of the Long White Cloud) all while experiencing God's beautiful creation from the people to the land they live in.
As part of Mission:Auckland you will have the opportunity to be Jesus in several unique ways. Read more
R.A.M. stands for ”Rural America Ministries.” It is a ministry recently born out of the awareness of the increasing spiritual decline of rural America and the power of Christ’s love to reverse it. Part of R.A.M.’s vision is to recruit Christian students from state and Christian universities and form short-term “mission teams” that bring the grace and truth of Jesus into these rural communities during a 30 day mission and ministry training experience. Read more
SERVICE, RELATIONSHIPS, CULTURE – This is what you will experience at the Chimala Mission. Teaching children, working in a hospital, organizing a VBS, and working on building and construction projects are just a few ways you can serve in Chimala. The Chimala Mission serves southern Tanzania and northern Zambia through health care, education, economic development and working with churches. Through these service opportunities you will develop relationships with Tanzanians that will not only be impactful for them, but for you as well. Read more