SOON Movement Global

Summer Mission Assignments

SOCAL Missions

Join us this summer as staff and college students go around the world
to bring the good news to the people who need Jesus and see God move in their lives!

Through the mission, students will bring the Gospel to those who are in need of Jesus, learn about God’s heart for the world, grow close to God, and experience the meaning of Christian community.

Join us for the most exciting adventure you can have this summer!  

Ministry Detail

  • POSSIBLE COUNTRIES

    Asia Minor (1st wave)
    Nepal (2nd wave)
    East Asia (2nd wave)
    Japan (2nd wave)
    Mongolia (2nd wave)
    Southeast Asia (2nd wave)
    Indonesia (2nd wave)
    Thailand (2nd wave)

  • TENTATIVE MISSION DATES

    1st: 5/27-6/22
    2nd: 7/1-7/22
    K-Conference: 6/24-28

  • COST

    varies by country.

  • Registration Deadlines

    2/29/2024

  • Registration Fee

    Higher Calling Sign Ups: $50
    Early Bird: $70 by 2/22
    Regular: $100 by 2/25

  • Mission Training

    Mission Training Starts in March

ASIA MINOR

Asia Minor is predominantly a Muslim country. It is located in the Middle East and is considered an unreached country. For over 1,000 years, this region was a stronghold…

Indonesia

Indonesia is the largest country in Southeast Asia as an ethnically diverse nation made up of over 300 different languages spanning across thousands and thousands of islands..

Japan

Japan is a country that greatly needs the gospel of Jesus Christ proclaimed. Only approximately 1% of the people of Japan are professed Christians.

Mongolia

Mongolia mission will be held in Darkhan City, 12 hours away from the capital city of Ulaanbaatar. We will be mainly focusing on supporting the local churches through various types of ministries…

Thailand

We have witnessed much fruit through our partnership with the ministry in Thailand, and through the students we met during our mission projects. 

Southeast Asia

Southeast Asia has experienced violence in past decades, and although peace now prevails, much division and mistrust exist among its peoples…

East Asia

Nepal

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