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MEET THE TEAM 2016 -2017


DIRECTOR OF ORU MISSIONS AND OUTREACH Augustine Mendoza

ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR Katharine Czinke

ASSISTANT

DIRECTOR Andrea Hyre


OUR MISSION

OUR VISION

Be a strategic, short-term investment into a long-term Kingdom work

Student Development Contact Investment Field Impact


PROGRAM AT A GLANCE O R U M I S S I O N S : 41 T E A M S MUSIC MISSIONS: 3 TEAMS ACADEMIC: 8 TEAMS TOTAL: 52

52 TEAMS IN 42 COUNTRIES


Missions Students by CLASS Freshmen 33% Sophomores 23% Juniors 25% Seniors 19% Graduates >1%

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MISSIONS

ACADEMIC TRIPS

MUSIC MISSIONS

Asia

Close up: Ghana

Brazil

Africa

India

Europe

Zimbabwe

North America South & Central America

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EVENTS

Boys & Girls Club

Ropes

Bermese Refugee Soccer

Atlanta

TEAM YEARBOOK

Connerstone Community Center International Connection John 3:16 Mission Laura Dester Home Salvation Army Saturday Dream Center The Zone Thursday Night Lights Tulsa Dream Center Tulsa Hills Youth Ranch University Village

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Asia 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 22 23

Burma China India North India South Japan Nepal Philippines Singapore Thailand

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Burma TO FOLLOW

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One of our members got a chance to meet a

• Church services: worship, shared testimonies, performed skits, and preached the Gospel • Kid’s ministry • House visits: prayed with and encouraged local Christians

Hindu teenager. He followed us to a church and he received Christ and his knee was healed. — Reni Ajayi

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China T H E L O V E O F T H E FAT H E R One day, with the kids at the special needs foster home, a little boy and girl started calling me ‘Bubba,’ which to me meant brother. One of my Chinese speaking members told me it meant ‘Father.’ I nearly broke down right there. Growing up, I had terrible father figures, and used to deeply fear that I would become my dad. Hearing those kids call me ‘Bubba,’ or ‘Dad,’ because I was just one loving, male figure breifly in their lives helped to illustrate to me the power of knowing the love of the Father. It taught me the power of accepting and understanding my place in His Kingdom. — Colt Jones

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• Split into different rooms in a foster home and played with the children • Taught English to pre-school rooms with “Little Learners” • Work projects and grounds upkeep

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India North MINIST RY • • • •

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Ran VBS kids camps Painting orphanages Performed skits Educational workshops

VISION OF LOVE A word was spoken over me that God would wreck me in India, and He did. I had a vision of showing fatherly love to a young boy, but I dismissed it as a romanticized thought. However, at the end of the second week of camp, I met that boy I had seen in that vision. His name was Linga Raju and I never knew how much love I had to give until I met him. I didn’t understand how I could love someone so unconditionally even though I don’t know them. Later, God revealed to me that this is the feeling of being a parent who loves their child no matter what.

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Our first week at SEAL Ashram was difficult figuring out how to effectively serve the people. What we were doing didn’t seem to be making an impact. During week two, we ended up doing a Holy Spirit Service. Numerous people were speaking in tongues. This night I was able to pray with a girl named Pryanka. She had to use crutches to walk and crawled places otherwise. We prayed for her healing. We spent 30 minutes acting on faith and helping her walk around campus. That night, she walked by herself some. Every day we walked with Pryanka. Though she hasn’t received her complete healing yet, every day she has gotten stronger. — Susan Nalley

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SACRIFICIAL GIF T

• Children’s ministry • Worked camps at Micheal Job Center • Lead prayer and healing servies for patients

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Japan DISCIPLESHIP AND R E L AT I O N S H I P It was our first day of evangelism and we were walking around Shibuya. We had already been reprimanded by the police for performing in

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• Held an all-day summer camp for 9 days for 400 underprivileged girls • Held multiple half-day VBS services for children • Daily visits to boys’ home

public so we were all pretty nervous. One of our contacts was playing the ukulele and this Japanese girl in school uniform started recording it, which was a really good door opener. Seeing her, I took a buddy and went to go talk to her. She spoke very little English and summoned over her friend. We got our translator and one team member to help us, and after about an hour, they gave their lives to Christ. Not only that, but the two girls began hanging out with us and we were able to pour into their lives. We saw them every day that we were in Tokyo. They now are going to church and have brought their friends. It was powerful to witness the impact and transforming power

of Jesus on these two girls. Missions is about discipleship, not just converts. — Clare Holt

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Nepal C H EC K I N G YO U R H E A R T We had a free day and I had bought some ice cream which was the coldest thing I had had in weeks. A little boy tapped me on the leg and wanted my ice cream. I hesitated at first and then eventually gave it to him. I was very bothered that I had waited so long to give it to him when God gave Jesus without delay. I had a friend praying that I would see the Father’s love and understand it. I understand it so much more. — Colter Cagle

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Working with YWAM Women’s devotional ministry Church services Work projects Village outreach Kids outreach

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Philippines R E V I VA L A N D R E FR ES H I N G During our first week we had a leadership camp and brought church leaders to a pool. One of the girls my age was terrified of water. She was convinced to jump in and when she did she came up out of the water terrified. I talked with her for a while and cried with her as I shared my testimony which involved fear. At the end of the trip she wrote me a letter telling me how for the first time someone showed her real compassion and cried with her rather than laughing at her, which is common in that culture. — Kylie LeMay

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• Ministry with Hope for the Naitons Church • Children ministry: Vaction Bible School and youth camps • Church services • Youth Bible studies

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Singapore BLIND EYES OPENED One of the days our team went to do doorto-door evangelism and met a Hindu Indian woman who spoke to us about her health problems. She had one leg, cataracts in her eyes, high blood pressure and heart problems. I began telling her how the God I serve is the ultimate healer and acts out of love. My group then offered to pray for her. The prayer was short and sweet as we declared healing over

her. When we were finished we asked if she

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• Teaching English • Relationship building with students • Discipleship cell groups

could see clearly and she said yes! She had

tears streaming down her face and was smiling. I finished by telling her about the realness of God’s love. — Tatianna Lowman

LONG TERM PERSPECTIVE One of the biggest lessons I’ve learned on this trip is how to walk out faith with a long-term perspective. With this knowledge, I feel I will have a better ability to keep the spiritual fires as I continue into adulthood. — Micah Samuelson

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Thailand POWER QUESTIONS

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The highlight of my ministry experience came

• Teaching English • Student ministry • Connecting with local church, worship, testimonies and sharing the Gospel.

about through the connection that developed with my students over time. About 90% of my students were/are Buddhist and were less than open to the idea of converting. However, over time, they would begin to ask me simple

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questions about the faith during our free time and after class. The curriculum that we taught out of was Christian-based, which helped us all to ask leading questions, but little did we know how much of an impact it would really have. Toward the end of the trip all of my students were comfortable enough with me to ask me questions about my own relationship with the Lord along with questions about the Bible

lessons. I highly enjoyed seeing the transition of their attitudes toward Christ throughout the duration of the trip. Now I can only pray

that the seeds that were planted will sprout and flourish over time. — Elisha Alexander

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Africa 26 Burkina Faso 27 Kenya 28 Malawi 29 South Africa Soccer 30 South Africa Johannesburg 31

Tanzania

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Burkina Fa s o

P R AY E R T O L O V E At a cultural night, a Muslim family brought their daughter to the Christian church to have our

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Children’s ministry Work projects Gardening projects Painting classrooms Church services

team pray for her. During our second prayer, a dark spirit in her began to manifest. She went into the church where other pastors prayed for

her more. She came out later and sat with the girls on our team, who led her to salvation. Her parents were watching everything; they got to see Jesus move and our team treat their daughter with love. I think that night we were a huge testimony to them. — Christi Sleiman


Ke nya PHYSICAL AND SPIRITUAL HE ALING Every Tuesday afternoon our team had the opportunity to partner with church members at Disciples of Mercy for hospital ministry at the largest hospital in Kisumu, Kenya. We were very limited by time due to short visitor hours so we strived to pray for as many people as we could, yet be very sensitive to the Holy Spirit if we needed to stay and continue praying/explaining the Gospel and answering questions. As we were going bed-to-bed praying for people and sharing the gospel, there was a child (5 years old) who’d had a severe nose bleed, and while she was in the hospital, she had a stroke

which left her paralyzed on the right side of

her body. I prayed for her and her mom and we continued to pray for others in other beds. Ten

minutes after we prayed for healing, I turned around the little girl was walking across

the room and gave me a hug! Immediately another boy from across the room began

walking and I later found out that he too had been paralyzed and was prayed for just a few minutes earlier by another group. I cannot express how thankful I am to the Lord for including me in their process of physical healing and all the other miracles of spiritual healing that took place in that hospital. — Ben Russel

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Malawi MINIST RY

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• Went door-to-door sharing the Gospel in the squatter camps • Went into the schools and shared the Gospel • Served contacts by flyer distribution and spreading the word about their new Baby Rescue Center

S O N G S O F J OY We went to a high school and stood in front of a class and they came to use and we took out groups to go walk with them. I had a group of about 10 high school girls. They asked me questions about America and I asked them to tell me how Jesus changed their life. They have come from some pretty rough backgrounds and it broke my heart. They were still filled with so much joy and I was so happy to be with them. They sang songs with me and I taught them songs as well. — Elisabeth White

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South Africa Soccer MINIST RY

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• Relationship building with the youth • Prison ministry • Coaching and tutoring • Teaching soccer and sharing the Gospel with children with special needs • Children’s ministry

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What man of you, having an

hundred sheep, if he lose one of them, doth not leave the ninety

THE ONE IN 99 During Ropes, I was told that I would get the one, even if we had helped the 99. Two weeks later we met a 50-year-old Muslim woman. For weeks we poured into her and I realized she had so many qualities of Jesus yet she didn’t know Him. Some

teammates and I began praying over her in the secret place and eventually felt led to write her a letter, explaining the Gospel. The last day we gave it to her and spoke the love of Jesus over her life. She started weeping in our arms and for the first time I know she experienced the presence of Jesus.

— Marina Solberg

and nine in the wilderness, and go after that which is lost, until he find it?

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South Africa Johannesburg FULFILLED PROMISES I was talking with a woman who always became fearful when she wanted to share the Gospel. The Holy Spirit led me to read Joshua 1:9 which is the verse I’ve used since I was 4 years old to fight my fear. Once I told the lady that verse and prayed over her, she told me I was sent to her from God because it was exactly what she needed. I just found it cool that something the Lord started in me at 4 years old was able to be used 15 years later. — Katie Barnett

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Held school assemblies Lead youth groups and leader camps Children’s ministry Evangelism

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Tanzania S A LVAT I O N I N T H E UNEXPECTED The second day of ministry, we were supposed to hand out audio Bibles and evangelize, but our contact took us to the town square with over a hundred people. I didn’t know really what to say and didn’t have much time to prepare before I got introduced. I shared the Gospel. At the

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• Construction projects • Bible distribution • Church ministry

end I asked if anyone wanted to give their life

to Jesus. Over fifty people came to the front and prayed the prayer of salvation, among them was the chair of the village. — Alan Kline

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Uganda RESPONDING TO T H E H O LY S P I R I T After a team member delivered a message the Lord placed in her heart and gave an altar call for the Holy Spirit, an entire church of more

than 50 people received the baptism of the Holy Spirit and spoke in tongues. — Allie Betts

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• Door-to-door evangelism • Preached in 7 different churches with 5-6 messages a day • Held healing and deliverance services


Za m b i a GOD’S HEALING POWER

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One night, we were at a restaurant and we

• Hut-to-hut evangelism in the bush • Children’s ministry • Bar and brothel ministry

talked to a woman about the Gospel. She was wary and felt hopeless and helpless. She told us she had a dream of angels telling her there

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was going to be a wedding in heaven and she proceeded to share details of this wedding, but she was so confused about what this means. I was able to explain to her the power of that dream and what the wedding of the Church and Jesus will look like. In the end, we prayed for her and she began shaking so we rebuked any

spirits and she stopped shaking and gave her life to Jesus. — Brooklynn Spille

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Z i m b a bwe Healing HEALING HANDS The most memorable ministry moment was when we held a Sunday service and had an altar call. When our team was praying for the community, a woman approached me to pray for healing in her chest. After praying, she went away but

later returned and told me that the pain

was completely gone. I think the Lord did that miracle more for me than the woman

because I had prayed for healing hands. — Pheba Thomas

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• Needs Assessment: door to door interviews concerning the community and their status • Research and plan development • Prayer and ministry

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Europe 38 Germany 39 Greece 40 Italy 41

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Germany MINIST RY

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• Worked with children in refugee camps • Served tea and coffee to refugee women and children at the Hope Center • Led daily Bible studies for women who were trying to escape sex trafficking at Threads of Hope SERVING PEOPLE We served the beautiful people of Hamburg where we working with KIC Ministries under YWAM. We also worked with kids from Germany and immigrants from other parts of the world. We participated in youth services, street evangelism at universities and the Red Light district, training meetings for believers in Hamburg, and service projects for the base and local churches.

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Greece ENCOUNTERS On our train ride back to Athens I built a relationship with a 68-yea-old man named Barny.

MIN S Tabused R Y and He explained in his past, he Iwas

F display O C UofSlove. He turned religion was his parents’ away from God and is currently atheist. After six hours of conversation, Barny allowed me to share the relationship Jesus - Woffers O R and K EheDaccepted a Bible. It was amazing. W I T—HNatalie Berry

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MES SIA NIC JE WS IN TENTS OF INIST RY FOCUS MERCY A ND DID Work projects SERVICE Home visits to local church PRO JECTS Evangelizing, passing out roses and pamphlets, sharing the love of Christ Church ministry: sharing testimonies, children’s church, youth service, and worship ministry

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Italy

TRUST HIS VOICE In my struggle to trust God’s voice, He led me to speak to a young man studying at a tree amongst a crowd of people. This man identified as atheist but had tons of questioned about Jesus! We ended up speaking to him for

hours as he readily accepted the words of

the Spirit through us. — Jessica Chekanov

S P O N TA N E O U S W O R S H I P When my team was taking a break from a work project, my team members started to mess around on the piano and drums. What started out as “messing around” turned into a serious worship session. We ended up praying and worshiping together for 2 hours. The contacts and the workers joined us and that was when the Lord revealed to me that we are all one through Him. — Elizabeth Wilk

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• Held public prayer meetings for a city to which the church was expanding • Led youth services and intercessory prayer nights • Church construction work projects • Cell group discipleship • Street evangelism


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• School ministry, planting seeds to impact teachers • Work projects: painting, gardening and working on a walnut tree farm • Girls’ home ministry • Distributing clothes and food to Gypsy families

WO R S H I P I N T H E PA R K On our last free day we went with our contacts and the girls from Casa Josif to a nearby city and ended up at a park. One of the girls noticed there was a gazebo with a piano in the park, so a team member went over and began to play. One of the girls asked if he could play worship music so he began to play “O, Come to the Altar” and we began to sing and worship. By the end of the song, it had attracted a crowd and we saw two people at the park walk away with tears in their eyes which is not common for Romanian culture. — Brad Stailey

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United Kingdom L A S T M I N U T E I M PAC T The most impactful moment was during the plane flight back to the States in which I sat next to a Muslim man who was not devout in his faith. He was concerned about the continual changes in technology and social trends, specifically geared toward the millennial generation. For him, it was encouraging to

see people on a mission trip with concern

for others over themselves. He let me pray for him and his trip home. — Joshua Corsaro

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Atlanta C H I LD LI K E J OY Through Mr. Bennett’s after school program, I was able to meet a little girl who told me her family way Muslim and she was not allowed to believe in Jesus. I asked her what she really

believed and she said she really did believe in Jesus. I was able to pray with her that Jesus

would make His home in her heart. She was so happy and filled with joy. — Michayla Evans

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Served the Clarkston community After school programs Local outreaches Children’s minstry Refugee outreaches Women’s ministry


Los Angeles DIVINE INTER ACTIONS On our free day, we met a woman named Armany in the subway. She was interested in our group decided to come with us to Santa Monica where we were headed. We were able to talk and get to know her throughout the day and eventually prayed for her. The next day she texted one of the girls on my team and told her that three days ago she did not want to live and asked God that morning to send someone, and an hour later she met us. — Christina Dewar

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• Served at Hillsong LA • Evangelized on Skid Row and LA Mission • Children’s ministry in Compton • Venice Beach prayer tent

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New York NEVER ALONE We were able to love on a single mother who was looking for a church. She said she felt ashamed to be a single mom and felt alone. I asked to pray for her and also encourage her. The Holy Spirit lead this conversation as I told her “your baby is not fatherless and you are not doing this alone.” I shared my testimony with her and she encouraged me. It was amazing to see how God was healing and encouraging us both

through this conversation. — Onneke Holland

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• Evangelized to the community in schools, subways and parks • Served the community and contacts church through services and physical labor • Assisted with small groups

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South D a ko t a INSECURITY BROKEN The first day on the reservation we had a church service where we went up to let go of things that we have hindered us and pick up something else. I laid down hopelessness and insecurity and I picked up confidence and joy. God really showed me throughout the whole trip what it means to serve with joy and how my insecurities have held me back for a lot of my life. God supplied me more joy and contentment than I had felt in years. I was able to serve those around me and see God work. — Sarah Valcarcel

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• Children’s ministry • Adult ministry to the people of the Reservation

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To r o n t o THE POWER OF TESTIMONY My highlight was seeing just how much the Lord moved in each member’s life. I saw members realize they had leadership skills. I saw members realize that their past pains and hurts could help someone else. I saw members realize that missions doesn’t end when we get back. It was so cool to know that the Lord let me be a part of someone else’s transformation. He redeemed all the areas I fell short in, in the last year. — Analynn Salvato

K N E E L I N G FAC E TO FAC E My highlight ministry experience was praying with a 7 year old boy who had grown up in a broken home. He had made mistakes he felt bad about and as we prayed the tears just came down his face. I really felt God’s presence there and with the opportunity I had. I felt like God was really telling me to speak into this kid. I told him that no matter what he goes through, that God loves him and he has people around him who care about him. — Ryan Jensen

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Brazil Healing

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Chile

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Costa Rica

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Dominican Republic Medical

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Ecuador

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Bolivia BRINGING LIFE TO THE SLUMS My highlight ministry experience was at our week one debriefing. We began to pray and speak over each other and the presence of the Lord fell. Deep buried wounds that the Lord had been exposing in people’s hearts were healed as we prayed. Deep healing continued to happen all through the trip and as everyone shared what the Lord had done in their eyes at the end of the trip, I was overwhelmed by His kindness and goodness in the team—seeing prayers that I’d been praying since last summer over this team come to pass completely encouraged me and overwhelmed my heart with gratitude for His faithfulness. —Liz Keating

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• Construction and remodeling a home into a church • Children’s ministry in orphanages: performed skits, songs, and sermons and prayed with all of the kids and contacts • Homeless outreach • Young adult ministry • Neighborhood outreach • Taught Sunday school classes

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Brazil Healing

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Week one was full of answered prayers for each individual team member. It was also full of spiritual challenges. The majority of the week we traveled from house to house talking to the villagers about their living condition and we prayed with almost all of them. Students were impacted by relationships built via the camp. Many village members were impacted through prayer and relationships built throughout our time there. Individual projects saw a lot of improvement and development. We had several gatherings with different key investors/pastors and leaders for the project. Major breakthrough happened in the village as we launched discipleship and had the first event for the villagers. We prayed for the spirit of poverty to break for their generation. — Zach Holderness

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Improved and developed upon present projects Held gatherings with investors, pastors, and leaders for projects Ran business classes and helped startup entrepreneurs Held worship services and street evangelism

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Chile FORGIVENESS

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I loved when we went to the women’s prison.

• Women’s prison ministry: giving sermons, and performing skits • School ministry: sermons skits, taught Bible stories and object lessons • Church ministry: preaching and testimonies • Work project painting a school

The women there were broken and really needed healing in their lives. Many of the women there had broken families and wanted God to restore their families. It was really special to me because I got to preach for the very first time and I spoke about forgiveness. They were told that they can be forgiven and God want to forgive them. - Victoria Taylor

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Costa Rica P R AY F O R P E A C E My highlight ministry moment occurred as we were distributing Bibles to a community in Costa Rica. After knocking on the door of a home and seeing that no one came out, we decided to just pray over the house. I began to pray and immediately felt as if I should pray for peace. However, after I finished my prayer, people came out of the house. I began to pray for the mom and daughter and once again felt impressed to pray for peace. Mid-way through my prayer, I felt so broken and burdened to the point I began to cry. After finishing my prayer and leaving the house, the pastor told me that the daughter was a prostitute. This moment was so eye-opening for me in that I was unaware of the issue yet the Lord still used me for a situation of prayer. — Abigale Crick

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• Painting cafeteria and classroom • Land clearing • Bible distribution

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Dominican Re p u b l i c Medical MINIST RY

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• Ran clinics to provide medical help to the people of DR

F A T H E R LY L O V E One member was very skeptical about coming on the trip before 50% and 100% deadlines. She didn’t know if the money was going to come in or not. When she was sharing her testimony before we left for the trip, I knew that she needed this trip to see what the heart of the Father looked like and what Godly men look like in character. Throughout the entire trip she continued to grow in her prayer and boldness towards people. Each and every day she became more involved with the clinics and the people at YWAM. I was so blessed by seeing her grow in the Lord’s goodness. — Blake Thomas

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Ecuador D R E A M CA M PA I G N

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trip, we were doing the Dream campaign on a street corner. The Dream campaign was a conversation starter to get people thinking and talking. We would simply ask them to write their dream down and take a picture with it. From

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Juvenile Detention Center Street campaigns Children’s ministry Earthquake relief work Street evangelism

that we would incorporate the Gospel. So, that Thursday morning we were going person-toperson asking about their dreams. 30 minutes in, I saw this guy with tattoos lingering around. I felt the Holy Spirit tell me to go talk to him. After we took a picture with the guy, I grabbed the translator and walked over to him. His name is Malkon and he was visiting from Columbia. His dream is to be a famous tattoo artist, he asked Jesus into his heart and we have been in communication helping him walk through that process. — Reagan Kingsley

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Guatmala PL ANTING SEEDS

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We were doing classroom ministry in a

• Projects on water filters, fuel-efficient stoves, and classroom furniture • Kids ministry • Church services • Student ministry and youth retreat

public high school, doing skits and sharing testimonies. A member shared her testimony publicly for the first time, and the presence of God was so powerful! After, an Atheist girl

came up to our contact asking to go on a

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youth retreat we were having that weekend. Our contact was moved to tears because he had been trying to reach her for months. Planting that seed meant the world to us! — Cristina Martinez

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I planted the seed, Apollos watered it, but God has been making it grow. So

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Jamaica MINIST RY

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• Reached between 2,000-3,000 kids with the Gospel and prayed for them • Invested/ministered to contacts and bus drivers • Finished the sidewalk and fence at MBCA S I M P L E R E L AT I O N A L L O V E We had a bus driver named Garth. Every day he would pick us up and take us to the needed destination. He was a Christian, but mentioned his doubts and his irritated stance toward the Church. I think my highlight moment was getting see a change in him by the end of the trip. He came to the special needs home with us on the last day and it was so cool to see him join alongside of us just like another team member. Then he spent all of the next day at the beach with us just chilling. I think this moment especially stood out to me because evangelism isn’t about doing, it’s about

being. Garth saw the love of Christ in our team not because we shoved it down his throat, but because we had and developed really sweet, intentional relationships with him and he observed Christianity through our example and he was left impacted because of a simple, relational love. — Kelly Keller

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Nicaragua HANDS AND FEET We went to a women’s prayer service and at the service I was asked to translate. For the first time I experienced the Lord through translation. It felt so good and I just heard the Lord say, “Thank you for serving as any hands and feet.” It had been a while since I had heard directly from the Lord and in that moment, I did. — Scott Smith

D R U M S T I C K S T H AT M I N I S T E R One member decided to bring drum sticks on the trip not knowing the contact recently wanted to purchase a drum set for some students to get them invovleved She got to give the drums sticks to the students and some left over money is going towards purchasing the set. — Brooklynn Simmons

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• School ministry, put on chapel services and tutored • Homeless ministry • Work projects, helped clean and paint a church WORTH IN THE LORD One of my favorite parts of the trip was being able to give a sermon to a group of youth. It was about helping them understand that their worth is in the Lord and not in their social media. Seeing the impact that sermon had was one of my ministry highlights. — Felipe Ceja

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Uruguay AN ENCOUR AGING WORD One of my highlight ministry experiences was when we held a day-long retreat with the kids in the neighborhood were we were staying at. Throughout the day we were teaching them about good connections with God, family, and friends. We were able to do some team building activities with them, a message, games, and praise and worship. The best part of that day was seeing the children work together to try to get the entire team on the other side of a rope. They were doing “shout outs” and encouraging each other. Later that day we also had a huge dance party where we really go to connect with the kids. After they night those children we connected with were more positive toward the ministry and seeing their change in attitude was great. — Faith Balderama

MINIST RY

FOCUS

• School ministry • Ministered to children in local orphanages • Led discipleship group for youth community

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C L L E GE TRIPS We believe it is an honor, privilege, and joy to serve the Kingdom of

God all around the world and to give

students the opportunity to walk out the vision of Oral Roberts University to “carry God’s healing power to

the uttermost bounds of the Earth.” Beyond the Missions and Outreach

Department, Oral Roberts University

sent out eight academic teams in the 2016-2017 school year to locations

including Nepal, Mexico, and Ghana

from departments including Graduate Theology & Ministry, Counseling, and College of Nursing.

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CLOSE- UP

TEAM GHANA: NURSING During January - February 2017, 5 senior ORU nursing students, 1 nursing faculty, and three nursing alumni traveled to Accra, Ghana as part of their Leadership 405 course. Students spent 3 weeks at Manna Mission Hospital in Teshie, Ghana. Manna Mission Hospital was established by Dr. Ablorh, a 1984 ORU medical student graduate. Manna Mission Hospital is a 40-bed hospital with outpatient clinics, pharmacy, obstetrics, gynecology, pediatrics, and surgery. At the compound there is also a Christian school, church, and a nursing college.

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MINIST RY

FOCUS

• Participated in services at Manna Mission Church • Clinicals at Manna Mission Hospital • Worked in various hospital clinics: Outpatient clinic, eye clinic, antenatal clinic, and well baby clinic • Health teaching to the following groups: Hospital staff, church, and Academy school • Kumasi Trinity Christian School developed a PE Program

Two babies were resuscitated in the delivery room and lived. Ministry was given to the mothers in the postpartum area by praying and washing of their feet.

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MUSIC MISSIONS Through ORU Worship Center, students have the opportunity to serve in other nations on Music Missions through leading worship, teaching workshops, evangelism, and practical ministry projects. Teams are assembled in the fall semester after department auditions, and fundraise throughout the year and often lead worship in local churches to gain experience and support. They also receive practical training and team-building experiences every week.

ZIMBABWE

INDIA

“This worship night that we did at a school was a

“Being half way around the

an awesome experience because we got to pray for some people after service, and I got to lead my first person into salvation, which was super exciting. We got to pray for some children who had cancer and one of them got healed! This was truly an amazing experience.” – Samuel Hodgson

BRAZIL “Most of our ministry opportunities were in schools, churches, and street ministry. On average we went to five schools a week where we’d play music, perform a skit, then teach the students different Christian values. On average we’d do four churches a week. Although varying style and purpose we’d typically lead worship and preach. Several times throughout the trip we’d go into the streets and pray for people.” – Brazil Music Missions

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world and seeing the SAME GOD move so powerfully in such an oppressed country rocked my understanding of Him. I’m blown away by the God I serve! Witnessing the love of the Father for people is probably the most transforming thing for my faith. I now see everything the Lord does is GOOD and done purely out of LOVE – a love that provoked Him to die.”

– Jedidiah Lilley


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Boys & Girls Club

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Burmese Refugee Soccer

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Cornerstone Community Center

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International Connection

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John 3:16 Mission

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Laura Dester Home

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Salvation Army

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Saturday Dream Center

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The Zone

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Thursday Night Lights

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Tulsa Dream Center

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Tulsa Hills Youth Ranch

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University Village

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Boys and Girls Club Boys and Girls Club is an after-school program where students are given the opportunity to work with kids in West Tulsa. They meet with elementary & middle school aged children to help them with homework, play sports and games, and simply get to know them. “The most memorable moment during outreach was when I asked the students if they wanted to pray with us, and 5 students came into the circle and prayed with us. It was beautiful and I was blessed by being able to pray for them.”— Britni Nixon

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Burmese Refugee Soccer ORU students spend their Saturday morning on campus with Refugee families playing soccer and teaching Biblical life lessons for the kids. “I was talking with one of the kids and he was telling me how he really wanted to focus more on school and doing better because he wanted to make his parents proud and do what was best for his family. This really touched my heart.” — Ilana Silva


Cornerstone Community Center

International Connection

Cornerstone Community Center is an

International Connection is a time to get to

after-school program where ORU students are

know international students studying English

given the opportunity to work with children in

at Citiplex’s Language Institute. Through this

West Tulsa. They develop great relationships

outreach, students build relationships and

with the kids in that neighborhood through

tutor students from abroad.

sports, helping them with homework, and consistent mentoring.

“The University Language Institute gave

“I think my most memorable moment was

English, but also to experience real American

seeing the looks on the kids’ faces when they

culture. With the education I received from

walked into the community room and saw the

The University Language Institute, I was able

decorations and presents. More importantly

to realize my career and dream.”

they saw how much we truly care for them.

— Jeonghwan Park

me precious opportunities not only to learn

The kids have blessed us so much and we wanted to bless them back.” — Elisha Alexander

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John 3:16 Mission John 3:25 Mission is a children’s ministry that is focused on discipleship and education. On Thursdays, John 3:16 hosts an after-school program with tutoring, along with a weekly Bible study for neighborhood youth. “I learned that there are many different ways to minister beside just from the pulpit. Lots of ministry comes just from being a strong example to the people that are around us.” — Blake Thomas

Laura Dester Home This shelter is a short-term emergency care facility for children, while child welfare specialists conduct investigations into alleged abuse and neglect cases. The Laura Dester Home holds children until a safe, loving foster parent is found. “I got to share the Gospel with this one little boy. I asked him who he thought was stronger- John Cena or Batman. When he answered John Cena I told him that I knew someone stronger than both of them: Jesus. Then I explained how Jesus died for him because He loved him.”— Rachel Leitzell

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Salvation Army Work with the Salvation Army Center for Hope in Downtown Tulsa and have the opportunity to be a part of a full chapel service including worship, preaching, and praying for those in need. “I gave my testimony and went to go sit down. A gentleman walked up to me and started telling me his life and the things God has done for him. A few minutes into listening to him he told me he wanted to re-accept Jesus into his life and start living for Him.” — Josh MacPhee

Saturday Dream Center This urban outreach allows ORU students the opportunity to serve alongside the Tulsa Dream Center’s Adopt-A-Block and Super Saturday programs on alternating weekends. They serve and minister to North Tulsa through a variety of ways including children’s ministry, landscaping, sports, and assisting the Tulsa Dream Center in their chapel services. “I loved being able to pray for kids at an altar call. Just hearing what these kids are going through hurts my heart, but encourages me to do more.” — Dez Cortez

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The Zone Formerly known as P-61, The Zone is an afterschool program centered in one of the most poverty-filled areas in Tulsa. By unifying and equipping the local church, The Zone serves middle school-aged students through sports, fine arts, and school-based curriculum. “The most memorable moment was when I read a student’s letter to himself which read ‘It’s not your fault your mom argues a lot. It’s not your fault your dad is in jail. It’s okay.’ ” — Jonathan Basile

Thursday Night Lights Thursday Night Lights is an opportunity to help set up, serve food, and converse with the homeless over a great meal. This is a great opportunity to share life experiences, speak hope, and build friendships. “My most memorable moment was a conversation I had with a woman named Hennessy. When I first came to the table, she had no interest in talking to me, but as the time went on, she began to open up in discussion. She then began to share her story and how she used to live in Bixby and has a daughter at OU. We then had a long conversation about Jesus and the Bible. Her whole countenance completely changed.” — Victor Mendoza

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Tulsa Dream Center This outreach gives ORU students the opportunity to be a part of The Dream Center’s Literacy program and help students with their homework, be a positive influence, and lead

“Loving on the kids and dancing with them – looking them in the eyes with the love of Jesus and having them smile and giggle back is priceless.” — Briana Prada

devotionals. They build consistent relationships with students who need positive mentors and encouragement in their lives.

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Tulsa Hills Youth Ranch Tulsa Hills Youth Ranch works with youth, ages 6-17, to experience a mentor relationship in an authentic farm environment, so to feel heard, accepted, and valued. Most have experienced trauma, come from foster homes and group residences, or are adopted. Mentors meet oneon-one, in weekly 90 minute sessions. “At one point my mentee asked ‘Am I going to see you next week?’ I realized that kids in foster homes never have stable, accountable relationships and I could just hear in her voice that she just wanted someone to be there consistently in her life.” — Katie Rathjen

University Village University Village is a senior citizen’s living community. Students get the opportunity to visit and talk with them, bringing joy to those who may have no living relatives or friends. “This outreach has taught me that by blessing others, you realize that your purpose in life is not for yourself, but for the Kingdom of God. I was able to talk with a resident who was a ICU nurse for 40 years which is what I want to do. She shared tips and gave advice that was very helpful and at the end she had me write my name on a sheet of paper and then wrote her name plus that she will be praying for me.” — Emily Huene

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RO P E S P R E -T R I P P R E PA R AT I O N Ropes was very powerful and every needed. So much breakthrough and bonding was accomplished that was vital to the team and my own personal walk.

— Noel Klotz \\ Team United Kingdom I love the concept of Ropes. Almost breaking you down spiritually, physically, and emotionally before you leave. Requiring you to deal with hard, heart issues before leaving for your trip.

— Kendrea McGee \\ Team Zimbabwe Words cannot explain the preparation Ropes did! Any time situation at Ropes were spot on with our trip! Even the things I thought wouldn’t affect me, did. It was amazing!

— Jessica Matthews \\ Team Romania Ropes helped prepare me so much in the sense of learning the balance between being on task and people oriented.

— Brittany Reagle \\ Team Zimbabwe

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Atlanta MISSIONS LEADERSHIP TRAINING During the week of Spring Break, all summer Team Leaders travel to Atlanta, GA for a week of training through practical missions service in the suburb of Clarkston, which has one of the largest refugee populations in the US. This is a time of training, leadership building and vision casting for the rest of the year and a key part of student development. These leaders have the opportunity to partner with one of four different organizations; World Relief, Friends of Refugees, Family Heritage Foundation. Each day a new leader has the opportunity to serve and practice their abilities as Team Leader of the day.

OUR WORDS ARE POWERFUL

BEN THE REFUGEE

LORD, USE ME I N A N E W W AY

I was reading with a 5-year

Our team was able to sit

My ministry highlight was the

old boy named Emilio and

and listen to a man named

Tuesday morning women’s

he kept struggling with the

Ben. Ben was a refugee from

class. God used me in a way

“hard books.” I kept calling

Africa, and he had a ton to

He never had before. I got to

him a smarty pants and

say. You could tell just he

preach a sermon in Spanish

speaking encouragement

just need people to listen

for the first time. Jesus used

over him and finally one day

to what he had to say. Ben

me to minister to those

when he struggling with a

had cancer and our team

women. I will be forever

word he said, “It’s ok, I can

was able to pray over him at

do it because you called me

the end, talking about how

changed through that. — Cristina Martinez

a sparty pants.” Our words

Jesus is able.

are powerful. — Elizabeth Keating

— Natalie Berry

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TEAM YEAR BOOK

BOLIVIA

BRAZIL HEALING

Back Row: Trey Jordan,Connor McGraw (ATL),

Back Row: Karla Miller, Harley Liechty, Maytte

AbbyWayman, Elizabeth Wilkes,

Orozco,Brittany Allen, Cash Jackson,

Liz Keating (TL), Colin Crook

Zach Holderness (TL).

Mikayla Vanderwege, Aura Lynn Kenyan,

Wilsterman, Yolanda Davila, Deborah Santillan,

Bethel Kifle

Carolina Bukele, Lydia Alabach,

Front Row: Jessica Romero, Chole Cargnelutti,

Middle Row: Sanana Mututwa, Katie

Rebecca Stefanova

Front Row: Amaya Christon, Callie Cotner, Anna Grace Jones, Vivian Garcia, Heather Holderness, Jasmine Guevara (ATL) Not in Picture: Cres Stophel, Sarah Peterson, Gloria 84


BRAZIL MUSIC

B U R K I N A FA S O

Left to Right: Kelah Hoard, Princeton

Left to Right: Gabe Griffin, Rachely Hernandez,

Donald, Joe Cho, Brieanna Glaze, Makenzie

Christi Sleiman (TL), Chase Turner (ATL),

Motschenbacher (ATL), Promise Walker, Andrew

Richard Ernst, Fallon Whitaker-Turner

Campbell (TL), Ashlie Camarena, Kathryn Venable, Dominique English, Michelle Zuniga

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BURMA

CHILE

Back Row: Devin Hogue, Timothy Eslick

Back Row: Daniel Wagner (TL), Elliot Ford,

Front Row: Emily Derby, Arizbeth Baiza, Paige

Victoria Taylor, Hyunsoo Park

Ybarra, Allison Paulson, Kellie Kittinger,

Front Row: Anya (dropped), Taylor Maddox (ATL),

Reni Ajayi (TL)

Julia Siege

Not in picture: Alex Gillaspie (ATL)

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DOMINICAN REPUBLIC MED

ECUADOR

Back Row: Jonathan Gaikwad, Brandon Garner, Isabella Harrison (TL), Marianna Axelssan, Raychel Risner, Rosa Beitia, Blake Thomas (ATL) Front Row: Brizzette Salazar, Kasandra Martinez, Thelzy Zamarron, Rachel Buker, Lisa Lopez, Elizabeth Fletcher, Destiny Crawford

Back Row: Chuck Leupen, Reagan Kingsley (TL), Ben Solomon Wells, Grant Swank

Middle Row: Margaret Owusu, Fita (dropped), Vonny Kumala, Kathryn Meyer (ATL), Jamie Heiman

Front Row: Staci McCoy, Adina Hernandez, Abby Friedman, Samantha Burks


CHINA

C O S TA R I C A

Back Row: Kevin Goodman, Ashleigh Cain,

Back Row: Elisha Jordan (TL),Jazmen Jones, Tori Hays(ATL), Kaitlyn Olson, Andre Riojas Front Row: Jadan Keeling, Nicole Morgan, Abigale Crick, Hannah Patat, Destiny Valdez

Morgan Matthews (TL), Christa Good, Kelvin Sanchez Front Row: Mikaela Gibbs, Elise Seldenrust, Colt Jones (ATL), Rachel Brown Not pictured: Emily Freel, Andrea Doto

GERMANY

GREECE

Back Row: TJ Smith, Ashley Smith, Marcus

Left to Right: Jesse Muller, Mike Sosnowski

Dilley, Nicole Blessing, Luke Widner (TL)

(ATL), Sarah Addison, Madison Hiner, Desireeb

Front Row: Ashley Lewman, Kristen Leupen, Emily Small, Abby Coats, Renata Ferrantino (ATL)

Opuko, Natalie Berry (TL), Nethanel Maldonado, Yasmine Janssen Not Pictured: Ann Chinworth, Shea Gonzalez, Aleah Fortenberry

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G U AT E M A L A

INDIA MUSIC

Left to Right: Hannah Skinner, Bella Briseno,

Back Row: Caleb Marshall (TL), Myles Barns,

Wyatt Bullard (ATL), Cristina Martinez (TL),

Destiny Rubottom, Kole Parker, Alex Haywood,

Kaleb, Lindsay McElveen, Matthew Wilson,

Brianna MacPhee (ATL), Sophia Crowder

Tori Fultz, Kristen Dreschler

Front Row: Mackenzie Hogan, Jedidiah Lilley, Kayla Williams, Erica Mathis, Alex Hess

I T A LY

JAMAICA

Back Row: William Garner, Jessica Chekanov,

Back Row: Matthew Woodward, James

Elizabeth Wilke, Josh Pernell (TL), Katie McCoy, Morgan Crane, Abigail Geis, Kaitlyn Calcote

Front Row: David Ferreyro, Kathy Flores (ATL), Miranda Morrison, Ashley Sartain

Adamski (Dropped), Hannah Brennecke, Stephen Lyman, Cody Friedrich (ATL), Mayah Benning, Tatum Grisby, Nataneal Stordahl

Front Row: Maria Stordahl (TL), Brenda Aldama, Annora Moringlan, Kelli Keller, Lauren Watts, Kayla Keller

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Not Pictured: Matthew Samuelson


INDIA NORTH

INDIA SOUTH

Back Row: Ramon Baez, Alexander Sanchez

Back Row: Isaiah Hutchko, Hutson Taber,

(TL), Haley Harris (ATL), Jamie Cole,

Rebecca Mulvaney, Philip Girard (ATL),

Hazel Namaliu

Becky Judd (TL), Tamika Wild

Dougharty, Jocelyn Swann, Essence Collins

Willcoxon, Jillian Gibson

JA PA N

K E N YA

Back Row: Isaiah Vasquez, Jesse Morris, Wyatt

Back Row: Rebekah Applegate, Jake

Penington, Dropped.

Lanferman, Sara Oord, Ben Russell (ATL)

Varnell, Krislyn Holder, Dropped, Dropped,

Priscilla Perez, Jasmine Barr

Front Row: Samantha Rangel, Raegan

Middle Row: Keegan Von Atzigen, Nathan

Front Row: Susan Jane, Katy Tucker, Brittney

Front Row: Brittani Ryals(TL), Jessimore Moore,

Claire Holt, Rachelle Rummage (TL), Sydney Stoever

Front Row: Na’Coleone Daniels, Haley Gray, James Kinsinger, Caleb Carter (ATL) 89


LOS ANGELES

MAL AWI

Back Row: Bethany Miner, Caroline Brancheau,

Back Row: Hunter Hornay, Elizabeth White,

Marvin Ward, Victor Frischknecht,

Olympia Reneau (ATL), Troy Francis (TL)

Robbie Grubbs (TL)

Front Row: Shelby Baker, Sam Perez,

Front Row: Christina Dewar (ATL), Amy Escobar,

I’Yana Riles, McKayla Roberts.

Makenzie Estep, Camille Suter Not Pictured: Ryan Llubberes

NICAR AGUA

PHILIPPINES

Back Row: Kris Lunde, Scott Smith (ATL), David

Left to Right: Jesse Davis (ATL), Drake Wilson,

Waters, Bailee Thomas , Michael Giammarino

Elizabeth Tjia, Kristin Seymour, Emily Hamilton,

Middle Row: Anna Bailey, Mason French (TL),

Luke Wag-ner, Hannah Sink, Naomi Jimenez

Manuel Cruz

and Kylie LeMay (TL)

Front Row: Yvanna Canales, Sophia Chimento, Aleah LaForce, Not Pictured: Landon Lafavre 90


N E PA L

N E W YO R K

Back Row: Clark Crook, Jacob Ethington,

Back Row: Seth Turner, Kyle Young, Scott

Katelyn Grubb, Colter Cagle (ATL),

Turner, Ben Smith (TL)

Wesley Ahrens

Front Row: Raquel Narragon (TL), Elise

Front Row: Onneke Holland, Kierra Holden, Angie Reyes, Lenora Walton,

Adelman, Gab-by Bonnano, Andrea Dupey

Lauryn Tumpkin (ATL)

PUERTO RICO

ROMANIA

Back Row: Jonathan Leung, Kris Kokis, Felipe

Back Row: Nicolas Jackson, Taylor Thomas,

Ceja (ATL), Lois Nguapa, Rebeckah Garcia,

Josefin Matsson, Slade Shuck, Hope Ngo, Peter

Cindy Elizarraras

Gersten-berger, Melody Alee

Ortegon, Ilana Silva, Caitlyn Raber, Rachel Tvedt

Bethany Mueller (TL), Jessica Mattox, Camila

Front Row: Esther Spear, Sara White (TL), Bella

Front Row: Brianna Santos,

(dropped), Melissa Walter, Brad Stailey (ATL)

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SINGAPORE

SOUTH AFRICA JOBURG

Back Row: Brittany Cissna, Gabriel Pogue

Back Row: Alyssa Lovdahl, Rachel Leitzell,

(Dropped),Vauntez Purnell,

Reggie Sullivan, Jesus Valdez, Omar Zegarra

Micah Samuelson(TL)

Front Row: Sarah Lyons, Jasmine Schwab, Cingza Gin(ATL), Tatianna Lowman, Perter Salomone

Front Row: Ashley Mendoza, Alexa Popa, Katie Barnett, Renee De Luca, (Dropped) Lauren Fauser (ATL) Not Pictured: Aaron Garland (TL)

TA N Z A N I A

THAILAND

Back Row: Davis Dewar, Kyle Ross, Devaughn

Front Row: Elisha Alexander, Jaci, Kari, Chloe

William-son, Alan Kline (TL), Jonathan Rees,

Cargnelutti, Vanessa Rodriguez (TL),

Robert Barclay, Christian Tapia (ATL)

Alisha Tharpe, Titus Schmitt (ATL) Not Pictured: Savanna Moore

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SOUTH AFRICA SOCCER

S O U T H D A K O TA

Back Row: Skylar Neutzman, Nick Bogdanoff,

Back Row: Driennah Laney, Tabitha Golden,

Josh Stringer, Keshawn Jones, Sam Lian(TL),

Hope Harjo, Cullen Parker, Corey Tofpi (TL)

Heather Sherrill (ATL)

Front Row: Brittney Bernard, Sarah Bonham, Mari-na Solberg, Nelly Mamabola,

Front Row: Leah Foster, Brianna Carroll

(Dropped), Destiny Teel (ATL), Shelby Waters, Josey Hemperley, Sarah Valcarcel

Caitlyn Hanslovan

TORONTO

UGANDA

Back Row: Cole Nelson, Riley Underwood,

Back Row: Holden Hanley (TL), Brittany White,

Ryan Jensen, Brittney Cole, Sarah Sparks

Allie Betts (ATL), Tiffany Campbell

Karina Guzman, Joi Rhodes (dropped),

McGraw, Luz Mora

Front Row: Jonas Tucker (ATL), Ashlynn Kinzel,

Front Row: Hailey Holt, Abby Hull, McKenna

Analynn Salvato (TL)

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UNITED KINGDOM

U R U G U AY

Back Row: Peyton Luke (TL), Briana, Paul

Back Row: Ayumu Ano (Dropped), Josh

Martinez, Kalynn Amburn, Lamar Dull, Josh

MacPhee, Amalia Heiser, Faith Balderrama

Corsaro, Myesha, Robert Smalls (ATL),

Front Row: Kennedy Scheer, Nancy, Kaycee Tattershall, Gemela Matthews, Mary Don, Noel Klotz, Eliana Hupp

ZIMBABWE MUSIC Back Row: Brooke Bowman (ATL), Victor Mendo-za, Seth Roche, Kyle Sterk (TL), Briana Yancy, Eddy Jung

Front Row: Natalie Reed, Emilie Johnson, Cailee Coe, Kailey House Not Pictured: Samuel Hodgson 94

Front Row: Savannah Richardson, Ruby Hidalgo, Brooke Marshall (TL) Not Pictured: Mark Henton (ATL)


ZAMBIA

ZIMBABWE HEALING

Back Row: Gabrielle Rine, Destinee Dreyer

Back Row: Ben, Tori Sullivan, Ivanna Kilala,

(ATL), Jantzen Ryals (TL), Gerardo Cadena

Brittany Reagle, Elizabeth Stapleton, Matt Trim

Front Row: Brooklyn Spille, Beth Reiss, Rachel

(TL), Stephen Hilborn, Kendria McGee, Abby

Provost, Faith Edwards

Zellmer, Julie Hazekamp, River Galloway,

Not Pictured:: Conner Jakovich

Dr. Kevin Schneider

Front Row: Rachel Ngwarai, Amanda Jensen, Macie LeLaCheur (ATL), CeCe Cornelius, Mikalyn Burns

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