Directed by Missionaries Andrew and Jacki Quinley, MediaLight trains youth in communication and storytelling skills via Gospel video media.

A summer program open to US students, ages 18-30, is soon to be launched. Students can get a taste of missions while developing skills in storytelling and photography that they need to fulfill their role as communicators of the Gospel in the digital age.

The epic adventure will last three action-packed weeks, and those attending will be taught by working media professionals and career missionaries who are passionate about Jesus and using their gifts to share the Gospel and reach others in the highlands of Northern Thailand. The students will learn to use a DSLR camera to tell stories so much better than words alone.

Scheduled for June 22 to July 10, 2018 (19 days), the program will be held in Chiang Rai, Thailand, for high school graduates and college students. The total cost is $979 plus a $50 registration fee (students are responsible for their own airfare).

While there, the students will visit a hill tribe village and a local Thai school, will be educated on Thai Buddhism and missions strategies for the Buddhist world, and experience an intensive training course on digital photographic storytelling for evangelism and discipleship.

To enroll, visit medialightasia.com/summer. You’ll walk away a more confident and effective communicator so you can deliver God’s message to the world!

Medialight Summer Missions