The Rhine River winds its way through Bonn, sweeping Europe and the world at large straight to the heart of the city and back out again. This small city has been a deceptively powerful player on the international stage, serving as the West German capital during the Cold War and currently as a UN hub. Evangelicals comprise a small percentage of the German population, but those in Bonn are determined to have a significant impact in their city, their country, and to the ends of the earth.
Come to Germany for the summer and serve as staff for English summer camps run by local churches. Partner with local believers. Chat with Germans in English. Try weinerschnitzel and reibekuchen. Develop relationships. Share the gospel.