come change hearts and change the world with us
Short-term missions create momentum for our long-term missionaries, making leaps and bounds in advancing the Kingdom.
It is one thing to read about missions, but it is another matter entirely to fill a suitcase, hop on a plane and go. There is always something happening in our church plants, and there are many exciting ways to be involved through short-term missions! Whether you are a large congregation looking to fill an entire team, one person or small group, we would love to serve alongside you!
Check out our opportunities below or drop us a line, and we will find an opportunity for you
Together, we make sure every detail of your project is taken care of. From the time you sign up for your project until you are back on the airplane for home, we walk through the entire experience with you. Our highest goal is to mobilize your gifts and talents to work alongside our missionaries to expand God’s kingdom.
If you’re a leader at your local church and would like to coordinate with us to create a short-term mission trip for your church congregation, we would love to talk with you.
PAST-SHORT TERM MISSIONARIES
“I have been inspired through Extreme Nazarene Missions that setting aside time to focus on my relationship with God and sharing with other world Christians has enriched my Christian walk. Participating in mission opportunities in another part of the world never fails to bring me closer to God and bring a new perspective. Thank you Extreme!”
– KRISTINE HIMELICK
“As a pastor, it was great to be able to rely on the skills of the Extreme Nazarene team, so that we could focus on the people and not on the logistics. It was a great partnership and a very good balance of spiritual and foundational/practical experiences.”
– PASTOR JASON HOFFER
“My husband Roy and I have been on four Extreme trips to Peru. We went to Love Extreme the first time and worked construction on the Garman Seminary. We led two medical trips with NNU students and the fourth was a group from McCall Church of the Nazarene. These trips all provided service and witness to the Peruvian people but changed our hearts and the team’s hearts too.”