Project 5:13

Project 5:13 is an Urban Mission Program made possible by Urban Youth Impact in partnership with Bow Down Church.

Equipped to Live as the Salt of the Earth and the Light of the World to the glory of our Father in heaven (Matthew 5:13-16).

Our vision is to equip Christian leaders to be salt of the earth and the light of the world while providing them with opportunities to live out their faith to the glory of God.

project 5:13

Basic requirements of Project 5:13 include:

  • Missionaries will spend 10 months living and working in the Tamarind Avenue Community, one of the  poorest communities in West Palm Beach
  • Missionaries will be equipped in God’s Word
  • Missionaries will learn how to effectively minister in a cross-cultural setting
  • Missionaries will put what they believe and have learned into practice by loving and serving people of the community through the ministries of Urban Youth Impact and Bow Down Church
  • Missionaries must be at  least 18 years old

To see a full description of the program, download the program brochure.

To apply to be part of Project 5:13, please download and complete the application.

Please contact James Cheatham with any questions.

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