You’ll start with a ten-day trip here in the United States, where you and your team will visit churches and local ministries, serving alongside them and inviting people to get involved in the Great Commission.
Speaking at Youth Groups
"God gave me the opportunity to lead and speak life into those girls"
"That day I learned that even though it’s not always what I want, God’s way is always the best."
After your US-based outreach, you will head overseas and engage in a full range of ministry opportunities. You’ll get your hands dirty with practical projects like digging a well, building a home, or preparing breakfast for a homeless family. You’ll get a better look at God’s big, beautiful family as you minister alongside local believers. Best of all, you may be the first person to share the hope of Jesus with the people you meet!
And of course there will be interesting food to eat, brand new sights to see, and the adventure of exploring a culture entirely different from your own. Most people agree: DTS outreach is eye opening and life altering.
Aspects of Overseas Outreach
Stories From Outreach
"Even in the midst of my doubt, He came through"South Asia
"Her eyes began to brim with tears as we shared with her the love that Jesus has for her and that He wants her to be healed"Southeast Asia
In that moment, he was touched and asked me, “Why did he have to die on the cross?”North Africa
"Her pain can only be healed by God, but she has been blinded to who He truly is."Bolivia
“One of you stayed out so he could go in, but God said everyone can come in.”Mexico
This opened the door for us to share the Gospel and connect with them in a way we may have not otherwise.Cyprus
"As we listened, he shared with us that he had accepted Christ and become a Christian since we’d last spoken with him!"