Hear what individuals and churches have to say about their experience with YMI.
Their obedience despite of persecution speaks of the dedication they have to the Lord. It is no wonder that they are the fastest growing church in the world, but such an awakening to see how the Church is radically different from here in America.
A team to Ivory Coast used Base Sports camp curriculum to reach a young Muslim man with the gospel.
I am still learning about what it means to share my faith, and I hope anyone who is interested takes advantage of the resources YMI provides to people just like me!
Jim and Rita are choosing to use their retirement years to pour into the next generation. You can, too.
Valley Bible Church is a small congregation in Vista, CA, with a heart for their community. Like many churches, however, they lack the facility and volunteers to host a major outreach. They reached out to YMI for help with an ambitious project: running a sports camp at a local school.
The residents of Manaus are known as having big hearts open to each other, and in my experience that was the rule rather than the exception.
The need is often greatest where it's least apparent.
At YMI, we want to know our partners well and for them to know us well.
It was so popular that even adults from the neighborhood came to participate. The church responded by hiring a sports and youth pastor to handle the new, vibrant ministry.
It’s not uncommon for a church to assemble a team for a sports league; less often does a sports team assemble to form a church.
Grace witnessed in South Africa what God can do when we give him our “yes,” and she is continuing to faithfully live it out back home.
"...what stood out to me was watching God show Erika new ways she can trust him, which changes how she makes decisions as more come her way."
“Youth Missions International trained us and prepared us not only to reach out to kids but also to the adults. We were able to take our training and train others..."
I said, “If going through difficulties in life means that you can’t serve Christ, then no one could ever serve Him.”
“For the first several weeks, I was struggling not so much with why there was poverty, but with how I would help,”