The World Race
11 countries 11 months

The World Race is a stretching journey into 11 countries in 11 months to serve "the least of these" while amongst real and raw community. This unique mission trip is a challenging adventure for young adults to abandon worldly possessions and a traditional lifestyle in exchange for an understanding that it's not about you; it's about the Kingdom.
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Featured Blog Posts

She Never Expected to Share Her Struggle with...

This month we’re talking about the power of community.

Kayla Zilch of 2015 Y squad shares about how...

The Cops Rounded Them Up, but God Brought Them Home

This month we’re talking about the power of community.

Raelynn Defalco of 2015 Z Squad saw its impact on the...

From the Field: Recent World Racer Updates

Blog by: Molly Grusenmeyer

Albanian Farm Tour

Blog by: Lily Johnson

Play Worship

Blog by: Aubrey Cherry

A Gigantic Thank You

Blog by: Emily Bishop

Where the Water Meets the Sky

Featured World Race Videos

B is for Belize

Luke's Excellent Adventure

Reviews & Testimonials


4.8 out of 5 on Facebook!

I don't even know where to begin. But all I can say is go. Don't worry about finances, raise money and trust God. This type of education is better than any education I could find in a classroom. God. Travel. And the people you spend it with will become your "forever friends" and family
Celeste Lombardo
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Adventures in Missions is honestly one of or if at least, the best Christian missions organizations that I have ever worked with or been a part of. God has used you in amazing ways and taught me so much in every area of my life -- emotionally, physically & spiritually! I am forever grateful to God for giving me the opportunity to be apart of Adventures and the World Race and will definitely continue to recommend to any and all.
Derek Begin
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