Building up ministry efforts. Partnering with and encouraging the national church. Expanding relational networks. Working with experienced WorldVenture missionaries. Reaching out into new areas. Multiplying Kingdom impact. Making disciples among the Uns.
Being mentored by experienced missionaries and nationals. Engaging in Gospel-driven conversations. Discovering how to be an intentional, globally focused Christian. Living and serving somewhere long enough to see and experience what long-term ministry really looks like.
Journeyers must be followers of Jesus Christ, passionate about sharing their faith, and agree with WorldVenture’s doctrinal statement.
Journeyers must be at least 18 years of age when they depart for the field. Most Journey Corps locations receive Journeyers up to 28 years of age.
Journeyers must have at least a high school diploma or equivalent. No college education is required.
Many Journeyers have previous ministry experience, either stateside or abroad, but none is required.
Learning to live and work together as the body of Christ, with both other Journeyers and nationals.
Courses in language and culture are taught throughout the year by both WorldVenture missionaries and national pastors.
Journeyers are given the freedom to explore different areas of ministry and use their skills and gifts to discover what God has specifically made them for.
Relationships are foundational for effective ministry, and often you cannot build significant relationships until you put in the effort, and more importantly, the time.
Each Journey Corps location is led by WorldVenture missionaries who have lived and worked cross-culturally for decades.
Journeyers are challenged to learn from and adapt to another culture, in order to see the world through the eyes of that culture and live out the gospel in that specific location.