Mission Trips

ncu-mission Our commitment to Embracing the Nations has literally taken Northwest Christian University students all over the world. Since our founding in 1895, NCU has intentionally invited students on an adventure of global mission. Through the years, we have sent students to serve with faculty and staff alongside churches, non-profits, and mission organizations locally and abroad. "If NCU were to disappear, would anyone notice?" This question is one of the themes in campus ministries. Our mission philosophy is to set forth on trips that will expand the worldview of our students while helping build a better understanding of the literal biblical commands to love God's people near and far. We hope that our experiences abroad equip our students to serve wherever they are called. general_4500hoursofservice

Our Mission Trips

Our students have been blessed to participate in building Christ-centered relationships around the world in many different countries. Past trips include: Bosnia, Chile, Congo, Israel, Kenya, Mozambique, New Orleans (after Hurricane Katrina), San Francisco, Tijuana, and Cambodia. In May of 2016 , a team visited orphanages, rehab centers, and hospices in Tijuana, Mexico. Also in May 2016,  another team of students partnered with Agape International Missions (AIM) who combat human trafficking in Cambodia.  In June 2016, another team of students joined with Forward Edge International at the Villa Esperanza in Managua, Nicaragua.

2018 Mission Trips

Houston, TX (Hurricane Relief Work with Forward Edge): March 24-31, 2018 China: May 13-June 2, 2018 Cambodia: May 13-June 2, 2018 Mexico (Puente de Amistad in Tijuana): May 15-22, 2018 Nicaragua (Forward Edge): June 16-23, 2018  
If you feel called to be a part of future outreachs, please contact the Office of Student Life for more information, 541-684-7345. Feeling called to team up with us on our mission financially? Visit our donation page now! Donate now!

Cambodia 2017


Nicaragua 2017


Mexico 2017


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Student Voice

As a student-operated online newspaper, the Beacon Bolt seeks to empower students by providing them with a platform for submitting their thoughts and opinions for discussion in the public sphere. By providing such a platform, the Beacon Bolt serves to foster and fortify our Christ-centered community. BeaconBolt.com