Hume International Mission
To respond to the great commission and spread the gospel of Jesus Christ globally through camping ministry. We desire that everyone who comes into contact with Hume International will accept Jesus as their personal savior, grow in their faith and Christian character development, and devote their lives in service to our Lord Jesus at home and abroad.
Hume International Partners
Active in a variety of programs and events as they move through the year. During the school year they are busy doing Kid’s Bible Club, Breakfast Program, one on one ministry and meeting needs as they become aware of them. During Christmas and spring break Reflect Ministries has more time with the kids and will give Christmas gifts as well as run special events and programs. Summer picks up the pace with multiple VBS programs, youth Camp and a growing children’s camp.
John & Christie Alvarado
Jabulani Africa Ministries (JAM)
JAM’s focus areas revolve around: local leadership development in the areas where they work (through camps, one-on-one discipleship, training days and ongoing mentorship, partnering with local churches and empowering youth leaders, pastors and facilitating mission mobilization, partnering with organizations and ministries around the world and providing opportunities for short-term mission trips and exposure as well as various longer-term opportunities.
Gerhard & Mignon Duvenhage
Youth World is a ministry of International Teams. They exist to identify, teach, and equip leaders to impact young people and families to be disciples of Jesus Christ. They do this through camping, leadership development in the local church, skating and sports ministry, short term teams, working with young people at risk, and outreach to local schools.
Dominican Republic / Costa Rica
Students International consists of Short-Term Outreaches and Long-Term Missions. Not everyone is called to long-term missions. So Students International sends students on short-term outreaches to participate in real lasting ministry with those who have been called to the field. They desire to fight poverty from the inside out by building community. A Gospel centered community development isn’t about any one cause. It’s about transforming a community by meeting physical, spiritual, mental and emotional needs of the people. Lastly, Students International desires students to discover their calling and put their passion into practice. They have dozens of occupational ministry sites where one can work alongside a full time missionary as he or she participates in long-term projects.
New Tribes / Wycliffe
Papua New Guinea
New Tribes’ goal is to planting Tribal Churches. Of the world’s 6,500 people groups, 2,500 are still unreached. New Tribes Mission helps local churches train, coordinate, and send missionaries to these tribes. The method they use is to minister among unreached people groups, work in the tribal culture and language, present foundational Bible teaching, and establish mature churches.
Grace International is an International School serving missionaries in Chiang Mai, Thailand. There are about 550 students representing 350 families that are reaching millions in south-east Asia with the Gospel of Jesus Christ. The school exists primarily to enable international Christian workers to remain in their field of service by providing for the needs of their children through an integrated education from a Christian worldview.
La Montaña is Latin America’s Ministry Alliance’s evangelistic, high impact adventure camp nestled in the cloud forests of Costa Rica, Central America. Its strategy and vision is to work with teenagers 12-19 years old to win and disciple them into a growing relationship with Jesus Christ. They mix in a variety of recreational activities: ropes courses, climbing walls, ponds, playing fields, an in-line skating rink, etc. to meet the physical and relational needs of today’s teen.