Every semester we travel abroad, as well as we do one trip per year to a different continent.
The journeys are amazing experiences, often in a strange culture, unfamiliar surroundings and different conditions than
everyday life. As a team you build stronger relationships, learn new skills and perspectives, and get new experiences
that stay with you for life.
The trips are far more than just sightseeing. They also involve helping the locals in their ministries; whether practical work, compassion, teaching, services and much more. We learn from those we visit and inspire one another across cultures.
We cooperate with churches and organisations, linking us to local initiatives. Whenever possible we stay in private homes.
Extra funds are required for these trips. The students always help one another to raise money for the trips and grants can be applied for.
Every other year, Israel is the destination. It is a study trip where many places from Biblical events are visited.
Our guides, messianic Jews, tell the stories behind the places and the Bible comes alive in a whole new way.
We travel to the Golan heights in the north, to the Dead Sea in south, go into the old streets in Jerusalem,
to the tomb garden and the temple square. Every day brings new inspiration, devotion and prayers.
We are fascinated by the beautiful landscapes, the various cultures and we meet Christian churches, organisations, youth groups and charities.
In 2018, we visited Zambia in the Southern Africa.
We were involved in a large number of local initiatives: community schools, kids programs, street evangelism, visiting
schools, preaching in churches, teaching youth, practical work, doing kids events and many more. Africa
always bring you the unexpected and improvisations are needed. Suddenly, the kids program is not for 25 children
but for 250!
In Africa we have several partners, many former students from International Apostolic Bible College. Others are mission projects or churches with relationships to Kirkeibyen.
The next trip to Africa is planned for March 2019.
Already in August/September, we travel to England. We will attend ACTS Conference, a leadership conference for European Church leaders.
The conference is hosted by Equippers Church, lead by Peter Prothero, the Director of the school. This trip will serve as our boot camp as it is at the very beginning of the schoolyear.
It is a trip where we get to know each other and to get inspired by great speakers and learn from their church culture.
The Faroe Islands
The Faroe Islands have been visited and the church, Solio Deo Gloria, were our hosts. Some of our former students
are part of the church leadership there. It was a trip with walks in the fells and great admiration of the nature,
teaching in their bible school on the Saturday, serving in the church service and other activities. We did practical
work painting the church. We were in the radio telling about the visit and who we are. Finally, we participated
in a big youth event.
It was also a meeting with a fascinating people, a unique nature, the ever-changing weather – and a chance to break your own boundaries.
In Romania, we work with the prison ministry, ‘Rescue’. One of our former students has led this work for many years.
We visit the prisoners, encourage them with songs, music and God’s word. We distribute much needed parcels. In
such situations, you need to trust what God has given you. Everybody has a word and a life story to share. Jesus
is the same whether you live inside or outside the fence.
Gypsy villages are also visited with relief aid. On Sunday we attended church, preaching and leading worship.
Many other countries in Europe could be mentioned as we work with partners/former students, including: Italy, Switzerland, Belgium, Germany and Slovakia.