Ready for a world-changing adventure?
You’ve come to the right place!
It's easy to be an MBI volunteer.
Just answer three simple questions:
What in the world would you like to do?
Whatever you’re good at, whatever you love to do, there’s a place for you.
When can you go and for how long?
We can help you plan a vacation, sabbatical or retirement that will rock your world!
Go ahead. Be the answer to someone's prayers.
That’s why you’re here, isn’t it?
MBI (MISSION BUILDERS INTERNATIONAL)Connecting Christians to Frontline Missions
Who We Are
MBI (Mission Builders International) is the volunteer placement branch of Youth With A Mission (YWAM), a global organization dedicated to training and sending Christian missionaries since 1960. YWAM’s goal is “to know God and to make Him known.”
What We Do
MBI (Mission Builders International) recruits short-term volunteers and matches them with global ministry opportunities within Youth With A Mission. MBI volunteers “lift up the arms” of frontline missionaries through practical, hands-on service.
You’re a graduate of a YWAM Discipleship Training School. You’ve only just begun “knowing God and making Him known.” You’re prepared to go anywhere and do anything for the sake of the call. So where do you go from here?
Good news! You’re eligible to volunteer with YWAM anywhere in the world and your volunteer service could lead you into the full-time mission work you dream about. Explore your options: YWAMers.
So you want to volunteer? Here’s how:
- You are here: missionbuilders.org
- Click the “Where to Go” tab to discover which location may benefit from your service.
- Click the “Contact Us” tab to be sent a link to fill out an application.
- Wait for your acceptance and instructions.
- Pack your bags and go.
- Serve Jesus with all of your heart.
- Search for more opportunities.
Helping YWAM locations thrive as they “know God and make him known.”
MBI has allowed me to meet new people, help them with logistical needs, and minister to both staff and students. I have been able to not only serve in practical ways—cooking, cleaning, helping in the office, instructing home-schooled kids, and performing grounds keeping tasks—but I have been able to pray with people, intercede for the nations, encourage and instruct individuals and groups, and speak into people’s lives. Deborah S.