How would you finish that sentence?

Making a difference means different things to different people.   The dictionary defines making a difference as: having a significant effect on a person or situation.

A friend of mine defined it as: not just throwing money at a charity in hopes that the problem will go away. It means actually getting off your butt and doing something.

I think most people want to know that their lives ‘make a difference’ but they often don’t know how to go about it.

IMM exists to make and multiply disciples of Jesus and therein lies the greatest opportunity of all to make a difference in the lives of individuals, communities and nations.

It’s why we train, equip and mobilise indigenous Nepali church planters.

It’s also why we take short term teams to Nepal. To help people discover how God might use them if they took a step of faith and engaged with His mission in Nepal.

Our trips aim to help people:

  • Go deeper with God
  • Understand mission from a global perspective
  • Experience practical mission training
  • Have hands-on experience serving others

If you’re 18-30 (ish) and you’ve been asking the question, ‘How can I make a difference?’ it just might begin by taking part in a short term mission trip to Nepal.

Making a difference requires action – why not send us a message, express your interest and we will keep you posted on our next short trip.