• Youth and Justice Track Week

    This week we had our first track-specific, separate classes; therefore in order for you to get a clear picture of what we were taught this week I will be bringing in someone from the Justice Track to go over their teaching and the Walk For Freedom they attended in Tromsø this past weekend.

  • Nature and Character of God

    Personally, this week has been an eye-opening for me. I’ve realized that I honestly don’t know who God is.

  • Bible To All

    “Hei! Vi kommer fra bibelen til alle, vil du ha en gratis Bibel?” has been the most used sentence this week, which is a sentence that I highly doubt will ever leave our minds. This, of course, comes along with the experience that we had.

  • Prayer Week

    One of my favorite points from the week was speaking about God being a merciful God and we as humans being invited to take part in transforming the world with him.

  • Bible Week

    Hi I’m Reuben, student at Borgen, I’ve arrived here the 2nd of September so I got to spend time with the staff and discover the area before the dts started.

  • Wilderness Trip 2017

    Week one of the DTS is on its way with an introduction to the Bible by our base and DTS leader, Agnete.

  • The Final Countdown!

    The first student arrives on Friday! Omiasdfoaisndifashdf! Translation: too much excitement and mixed emotions to be described using normal words.

  • Borel, Rio de Janeiro - Sunday March 15th 2015

    This is our last newsletter from Rio, and from Brazil. Tomorrow at 6AM we´re heading for Fortaleza again, where we will stay for two more days before we start the long journey back home.

  • March 9, Borel - Rio de Janeiro

    We are now entering our last week of outreach here in Rio, and we are amazed by how quickly the days and weeks have passed since we got here. The weather is still quite hot, but the last days we have had some rain and clouds, which is good…

  • Wednesday Feb 18, 2015 - Borel, Rio de Janeiro

    The days pass by so fast, and we have been in Rio for a week already! It is indeed a beautiful city, sited between green, steep, lush mountains. From the Borel favela where we live, the view is marvelous; the mountains, the skyscrapers and tall buildings near the city centre, and the favelas clinging to the steep hills. We are lucky to be here, and the base has received us in such a friendly way.

  • Oi oi (oi means "hi" in Portuguese)!

    We are now enjoying our last week in Fortaleza, we can't believe how fast time flies... We have been on outreach for a month, already! That is something.

  • JOCUM Fortaleza, Brazil

    It has been quite a few days since the last update, but here we go again. In the week (and a half) that passed, the Brazil team split up in two; Guro and Leah stayed at the base due to Leah’s stomach issues, while Ingunn, Ingunn “Tiger”, Hanna, Eilert and Ida went with Mission Adventure to Salitre, a small community located 10 hours by bus into the wilderness.

  • Hello from Fortaleza, Brazil!

    As a team, we feel united in everything we do. Despite the fact that we are very different people, it is amazing to see how each and one of us can contribute with something unique and valuable to our work here in Brazil.

  • Lots and lots of snow and some low degrees

    The week started with a great lunch w/ our hosts followed by evangelism and connecting with some local youths in a cafe reeking of tobacco. And guess how all our clothes smelled afterwards!

  • Every week is different

    Every week is different; the beginning of the week was very hard for all of us, but the end was quite good...

  • We have seen God`s faithfulness, grace and guidance

    This has been our first week in Hissar, Bulgaria, and our 3 long term workers with team welcomed us in a wonderful way.