Teen Missions International Inc
Rating: 5 stars 12 reviews
Location: 885 E Hall Rd Merritt Island FL 32953 USA
Results: Time to clean out those closets! African AIDS Orphans are suffering for lack of warm clothes, shoes and blankets. Can you help us collect these items for packing into a large shipping container bound for Africa?
Target demographics: Teenagers all over the world
Geographic areas served: Australia, New Zealand, Belize, Brazil, Cambodia, Cameroon, Canada, Congo, Ecuador, Honduras, India, Indonesia, Madagascar, Malawi, Mongolia, Philippines, Russia, South Africa, Tanzania, Uganda, Zambia, Zimbabwe, United States, Germany, Italy, Panama, Scotland, Vanuatu, Haiti, Ireland, Peru, Southern Sudan, Cambodia, Burma, Wales
Programs: Over 40 Mission Trips, FLORIDA FREE BIBLE MISSIONARY & WORK Training Center, Aids Orphan & Street Children, Motocycle Sunday School Mission
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I went on a Teen Missions team three summers in a row when I was 16-18 years of age. Teen Missions was life changing!! It is where God called me into full time Christian service...knowing that is what I would be doing with my life one day. Teen Missions is where I truly learned to start trusting God. From stories of boot camp, to working together as a team to get 100 pieces of luggage onto a train in a 3 minute time period, to seeing jobs accomplished at work sites or people coming to know Jesus, Teen Missions is a life changing time! I praise God that my parents allowed me to serve with TMI for 3 summers. My sister also went on a team. She was greatly impacted as well. Please know that TMI has changed so many lives for the good. A few other kids from the church I grew up at also chose to go after I had had such a great experience. God is good and truly works thorugh this amazing ministry!
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