LiveBeyond Team Presents Gospel in Uruguay

For the Uruguayans, the benefit from LiveBeyond’s team is improvement in the churches’ worship services and in the presentation of the Word of God to its population.

Expanding TeachBeyond’s Global Impact from South Africa

As the first-ever Mobilization Coordinator for South Africa, Mignon van Zyl will be proactively recruiting South African missional educators to join the work of TeachBeyond around the world.

International Partners Serve Children in Africa

TeachBeyond Brazil and a Baptist church in Rhode Island are partners in serving meals to 130 children at a project in Malawi, Africa.

Bringing Hope and Education to Refugees on Lesvos

Through building relationships, Beyond Borders embraces the opportunities to share God’s love and plan of salvation. People of concern value consistency in these relationships when their world is so unstable.

Multiply Your Global Impact

Increase your global impact by joining with the work God is doing in transforming lives through education. Help more students experience transformational education through TeachBeyond’s new Global Impact Fund.

Better Care for Sick Children in Rwanda

From a small start with 15 nurses, the pediatric nursing curriculum in Rwanda can affect children’s health for the whole nation while reinforcing the biblical values of honesty and integrity. It was developed with the help of a TeachBeyond member.

Cowman International School Is Newest Partner

TeachBeyond welcomes Cowman International School as a new partner. Located just outside Cap Haitien, Haiti, the school was founded to serve the children of missionaries. Today, 90 percent of the students are nationals.

Over 900 Attend English Camps

This year our camp supervisors trained nearly 100 short-term staff. Working alongside our local national staff, they served over 900 campers and students in 10 countries at 25 camps.

Called by God - With All My Imperfections

Carolyn Ebel reflects on her calling to Beyond Borders, TeachBeyond's ministry to refugees. Although becoming a full-time servant of the Lord means giving up a lot of "comforts," she wouldn’t trade where she is in life right now for the world, because she knows God has some big plans up his sleeve.