America is ripe for revival and there is a stirring in the hearts of many believers across this nation that revival is coming. Our World Race: America team sees miraculous healings, broken lives restored, and people come to know Jesus - and we believe this is just the beginning! God is moving in big ways and if you’re hungry for His love to be made known in the United States, then we would love for you to join us!
Hey. My name is Austin. My father is a big Dallas Cowboys fan and wanted to name me Dallas, but my mom was definitely not naming her child Dallas(thanks mom!). Since Austin is a city in Texas, it was negotiated to be my name. I love the Fall and spring. They are my favorite times of the year, also the best times of the year to go for a run(or motorcycle ride), which I love as well. I also love ultimate frisbee, tennis, volleyball, football and other sports activities. Also I have no shame and fully comfortable in saying that I love Channing Tatum. He's a good looking man who can dance. Just sayin'
States we'll be visiting
Squad is the term we use at the World Race to describe the 30-45 people traveling with you on your route this year!
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During your journey, you will have the opportunity to serve alongside former World Racers and the incredible work they are doing. You’ll get to learn and grow from these alumni as well as spend time serving with other organizations like summer camps and homeless shelters.
You and your fellow Racers will road-trip around the country in World Race: America vans! Each team will have a van with a team appointed driver. Anyone over 21 can help with driving.
Over the course of 11 months, you will get to travel to about 30 states around the USA. You’ll serve in each location anywhere from a few days to a few weeks—depending on the needs of the project.
Lodging will look different everywhere you go! You might sleep on a church floor, in the home of a World Race alumni, or in a tent at a campsite. And like traditional World Race routes, you’ll need to bring a sleeping pad, sleeping bag, and tent.
This route is open to both Gap Year and World Race alumni, ranging between the ages of 18-35.
World Race: America will have a 10-day training camp in October at Adventures in Missions along with all the other World Race squads launching in January 2021.