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Post-Graduation and Summer Opportunities


Navigators World Missions is called to “make disciples of all nations” (Matthew 28:19). Though our work takes many forms, our aim is always the same: to disciple a foundational generation of national disciplemakers as the beginning of creating spiritual generations of Christ-followers. Navigators are investing in national disciplemakers in more than 100 countries around the world.

iEDGE is a two-year, international ministry training experience for recent college graduates looking to work with campus ministries overseas. iEDGE is committed to training and developing young leaders who will impact their generation with the love of Jesus. It is an experience that will shape them for a lifetime.


Meet this Year's Giving Project


Kaitlyn grew up in Lake of the Ozarks, Missouri and accepted Christ when she was in the eighth grade. Although she was very involved in the church, she didn't know what it looked like to share the Gospel and disciple among the lost. Kaitlyn went to college at Northwest Missouri State University and that is when she met the Navigators and learned how to share the Gospel, what it meant to be a disciplemaker, and how to have an abiding relationship with the Lord.

During her last year of college, the Lord softened her heart to sharing the Gospel among the nations and unreached people groups. Kaitlyn had no idea that there were people around the world that never heard the name of Jesus, let alone have the opportunity to accept Him as Lord and Savior. She graduated in May of 2022 with a degree in Marine Biology and decided to pursue international student ministry with the Navigators at the Northwest. Now she’ll be on iEDGE in Hawaii, living and discipling among the lost at the University of Hawaii in Honolulu.


  1. How would you summarize the message from tonight for someone else? 

  2. What stood out to from this message? What didn't? 

  3. What similarities do you think there are between the Exodus passage and today? 

  4. What questions did tonight prompt for you? Or questions you have that are unanswered? 

  5. What do you think God is saying to you tonight from this story in Exodus? 


  • TIME ALONE WITH GOD (TAWG): Tomorrow morning from 8:30-9am we encourage you to get together with 1-2 friends and spend time in the Word together. If you’re not sure what that looks like or where in the Bible to go, talk to your small group leader and they can give you some direction.

  • T-SHIRTS: 

  • HOST HOMES: Please make sure to write your thank you note and take your Host Home survey. When you’re finished, drop your packet off with Timothy at the info table.

  • SMALL GROUPS: Small Groups begin at 10pm. Locations and processing questions can be found on the screen and here

  • FREE TIME: begins at 11pm. Check out our Free Time page for ideas on what to do.

  • QUIET HOURS: begin at midnight. You don’t have to be asleep, but you must be in YOUR room with ONLY your roommates at midnight.

  • BREAKFAST: Stoney Creek’s breakfast bar will be open from 7-8:45am. Be sure to eat a good meal and meet us at the Main Session room by 9am.

    • If you are from an Oklahoma or Kansas School your breakfast will be at 7am.

    • If you are from an Arkansas or Missouri school your breakfast will be at 7:45am.

  • CHECK-OUT: All conference attendees must be checked out of their rooms will all belongings loaded into cars by 8:30am tomorrow. Be sure to turn in your room key to the front desk before the Main Session.

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