Pre-trip training and proper re-entry are essential for your trip to have a long-lasting impact on both your students and the community you'll serve alongside.
Field GuideBuy the bundle with training
This workbook pairs directly with Touch the World's pre-trip training and includes resources for serving on location and preparing to return home. Students will learn to share their story, build cross-cultural relationships, and participate in God's mission. The Field Guide is only available in the full Mission Trip Resource Bundle that comes alongside online training.
30-Day DevotionalBuy Questions of Jesus
Each of our mission focused devotionals guide students to engage one-on-one with God as they learn about Him, themselves, and the world through daily Scripture reading and reflection. Choose the devotional you want to include in your MTRB:
- Questions of Jesus
- The Gospel of Luke
- Kairos Moments
Re-Entry JournalBuy the Re-Entry Journal
This journal will walk your team through the transition of returning home after your mission trip. Whether students are feeling motivated, frustrated, or a bit of both, the Re-Entry Journal will prompt them to reflect on their experiences, navigate changes in themselves and their relationships, and determine next steps for living on mission.
Nicole, team leader and youth worker
"Touch the World's training has been one of the greatest tools in my youth ministry career. To walk with my students through this training, go on a trip with them, and use that the rest of the school year for discipleship and beyond."
Jayna, 3-time training participant and intern
"My experiences with Touch the World helped me to look deeper and to remind me that no matter what you do, you should use the gifts God gave you to live on mission for him."
Brad Griffin, Senior Director of Content at the Fuller Youth Institute
"If you've ever been frustrated by 'mission' that is reduced to 'trips,' you'll be refreshed by Touch the World's approach. The Missions Academy will equip your students to live out God's mission— not just for one week a year, but in their everyday lives."