Ben Faber, Pais USA apprentice s his story about how the experience with his mentor Jamie Flores encouraged him to join the Pais Movement.
Pais USA apprentice, Jaclyn Harris, s her mentoring experience with the high school students she is reaching.
Andrea Smith, Pais USA Personnel Director s her story about becoming a full-time missionary.
Ryan Rodriguez, Saints Church Youth Pastor s his story about how the Pais Movement equipped him to fulfill his role in his current ministry.
Being a Pais apprentice means that you are fully immersed into the youth ministry life of the local church where you serve. This also means that if your youth goes to camp, you go with them serving as a leader. For this reason, many of our male apprentices have come into contact with a camp […]
My name is Joel Gibbs and I am the Partnership Development Director for the Pais Movement. Since leaving school my goal was always to make lots of money and live a comfortable life. I began as a hire-on with a leather company and within 8 months was offered a position to manage my own store. […]
My Story: When I joined Pais, I wanted to experience a year focused on the growth and development of others but had no idea how much I, personally, would grow and develop in my own faith. Shortly after accepting Jesus, I became passionate about reaching out to students in my school. I was very involved […]
I’m Becca and this is now my fourth year on Pais. It’s been quite a journey but when I first became a Christian I asked God for an adventure and that’s exactly what he’s taken me on. When I joined Pais I was a naive 19-year-old who wanted to put Jesus first. Little did I […]
Hi, my name is Gustavo, I’m 26, I’m a graphic designer and I am from Brazil. I decided to join Pais because, first of all, I wasn’t satisfied with my professional life. Even though I’d done various jobs for large companies, such as Citibank, Novartis and McDonalds, I’d always felt like I was doing something […]
Listen to the Eduardo’s testimony, a young Brazilian whose life was radically transformed after meeting a Pais team from Brazil. It is a clear example of the motto of Pais: “Missionaries making missionaries”.