Wednesday, March 1, 2017


Then he said to his disciples, “The harvest is plentiful, but the laborers are few, therefore pray earnestly to the Lord of the harvest to send out laborers into his harvest.”  Matthew 9:37-38
We are in the middle of our busiest time of the year for recruiting student missionaries for our summer international outreach. As we have shared with students in churches, Christian schools, and online, we are keenly aware of the fact that “the Lord of the harvest” is in charge of sending out these laborers. The nations must hear the gospel. Yet, the Lord himself teaches us to plead with him to call, equip, and send out laborers. The task in near impossible. But it is our responsibility as believers to pray, put our faith in action, and depend on Jesus to see it happen!
Please pray earnestly with us as we work to raise up a generation of laborers who will go and bring the good news of Jesus to a world in need. Lord, we plead that you will burden and convict students to fully surrender their lives to your call:
· Enable them to have a deep and intimate relationship with Christ.
· Mold them into powerful witnesses for the sake of the nations.
· Grant them to have a clear and definite call to missions.
· Remove anything that would hinder their service for the summer and beyond.
As you pray, ask the Lord to put a young person in mind (ages 13—26), who you can share our brochure with (enclosed) and talk to about possibly serving with us this summer. Thank you for your partnership in sending out laborers for the harvest!


Last month, Reign sent a mission team to Albania to serve in church planting efforts. Albania is 60% Muslim and less than 1% Evangelical Christian. The team focused mostly on English training and cultural exchange, but the underlying effort was to expand the presence of a partnering church in their community.
Student highlights included: Thomas sharing the gospel with three Muslim teenagers; Rachel teaching English in a school;  Henry visiting the homes of new Albanian friends. When asked what compelled them to love the Albanian people whom they never met before, Rachel responded, “We genuinely care about their salvation.” Everyone agreed!


Kairos Minneapolis and Kairos Seattle teamed up in Los Angeles, California for an inner-city mission trip last month! They partnered with remarkable organizations such as the L.A. Regional Food Bank, Union Rescue Mission, Midnight Mission, Compton Initiative, and Dream Center. Students learned practical ways to engage with and serve the homeless in their respective communities!


Kairos Minneapolis has returned from another successful mission trip to the Southern Opalaca Mountains in Honduras. Trip highlights include: serving in an orphanage of 35 girls, working on construction projects around the facility, leading church services, teaching a workshop on worship and prayer, and running a vacation Bible school. Over the years, students have built strong relationships and boldly proclaimed Christ.


In March, Kairos Seattle will be in Costa Rica as they continue to pioneer a new ministry in two different towns. Their main focus of ministry will be in high schools running their English classes. They are also partnering with a local church to help develop a youth ministry within their town. Please pray for their time and investment in these new areas as they help propel the gospel for years to come!

MEET FAITH - A Student at Kairos Discipleship School in Minneapolis

What’s been the most beneficial part of Kairos this school year?
“Learning about identity and who I am in Christ has impacted me the most. Everything I have learned has tied into who I am in Christ.”

What’s after Kairos for you?
“Oak Hills Christian College in Bemidji, MN. My future depends on me listening to God’s call for where I’m supposed to go.”

What has Kairos meant to you?
Kairos has been the most influential thing in my entire life. It has helped me in my faith in God. I don’t know what I would have done if I didn’t come to Kairos.”