In an environment that’s always moving, no week will ever look the same. This is Africa! Catch a glimpse of how your time will be spent while you’re a part of the program.
Ministry Focus: During your time in the Missions Experience Program, you will have the opportunity to experience each main area of ministry: Impact Baby Rescue, Impact Students, Impact Kids Preschools, and Evangelism/Discipleship. You will have the opportunity to minister to South Africans aging from birth to adulthood! Within each area of ministry you will be under the leadership of our local staff who will coach and provide feedback so that you learn how to effectively share your faith.
Personal & Team Development: In a typical week, you will spend one day in the office for alignment (Chapel), team meetings, and gearing up for a week of learning and ministry. Three days of the week you will rotate throughout the various ministry areas, and one day you will spend focused on kids ministry by assisting and learning from our local Teachers. Additionally, you will be taking 2-3 college level courses on Missions & Worldview, Leadership, Prayer & Fasting, Vision & Strengths, and a language class (Zulu).
This is an exciting and unique opportunity to discover your calling, develop your gifts, and be deployed to share the Gospel. This is adventure meets purpose!
Are you ready to discover your calling, develop your gifts and be deployed?
“We had an amazing 9 days with this first class ministry team! Thanks for all you are sowing in to South Africa!”- Rebecca Cobbledick
“Being an intern at Impact Africa was the greatest decision I've ever made. Before I came here, I was loving and serving Jesus the best I knew how, but it still felt like I was living in black and white. Now, I finally feel like I'm seeing in color. Learning how to share my faith and embracing the Great Commission has made me come alive in a way I've never felt before.”- Sarah Miller, class of 2016
“I have been learning so much about God’s heart for His people all around the world and how there is such an urgency to share the Gospel with these people who don’t know.”- Sarah Tapp, Class of 2012