BOUNCE is a pre-packaged mission experience that provides student ministries the opportunity to impact affected areas by being the hands and feet of Christ. This new student ministry platform offers students the opportunity to assist communities in their efforts to BOUNCE back from devastation after disaster has struck. In addition to disaster recovery projects, a BOUNCE mission features times of worship and reflection designed to help participants encounter and respond to God.
2015 Dates & Locations
Bartlesville, OK (pending)
Mineral Wells, TX
July 27-August 1
*Urban BOUNCE is an opportunity to assist inner city areas in the BOUNCE back process through home rehabilitation projects.
**Disaster Response Week is a week designed to respond to any disaster that may occur in the spring or early summer of 2015. BOUNCE will explore opportunities to mobilize student youth groups.
TBA locations are pending. Please check back soon for updates.
Spring Break Mission Opportunities
In 2015 BOUNCE will be offering mission opportunities for those looking to serve during spring break. The Spring Break BOUNCE experience offers challenging work and inspiring worship just like a summer BOUNCE but in an express form that allows you and your students to have a couple of days of spring break fun if you choose, and two days of significant mission service.
Spring Break Mission 1
Spring Break Mission 2
BOUNCE Package Cost:
$265 per person for summer missions
$129 per person for spring break missions
- Lodging in an area school or church
- Mission prep materials
- On site supplies
- Supplemental insurance
- Printed materials
- Mission coordinating team
- Staff and worship team
- A BOUNCE t-shirt
Although BOUNCE is designed to mobilize student groups to assist communities as they bounce back from disaster, adults (21 and up) play a significant role. For more information and our leadership materials, visit our Group Leaders page.
Get social with BOUNCE!
Student volunteers help West Bounce to recovery
by Tyler Agnew — June 23, 2014
Ninety-degree weather, manual labor and full workdays all completed with an attitude of bringing restoration in the name of Jesus Christ — that is what Texas Baptists’ Bounce is all about.
“I just really like working hard to help people,” student volunteer Kayla Kemp said. “It makes me feel like I’m impacting people.”
Kemp, high school senior from First Baptist Church of Copperas Cove, was one of nearly 200 volunteers who joined Bounce, a student-focused disaster recovery mission experience, which launched in West, Texas mid-June/em>/p>/p>... [continue]