Yap is beautiful and is known for stone money as well as snorkeling and diving with giant manta rays.
The Seventh-day Adventist Church has a church and school on this island. The school is Kindergarten to 12th grade.
Yap Seventh-day Adventist School is Kindergarten to 12th grade. The teachers live on campus and have a 15-minute drive to town for groceries.
To teach at this school, openings are displayed under Missionary Openings.
Donate to the general fund for Yap Seventh-day Adventist School
Our current van only works occasionally. We desperately need a new one so that the missionaries have reliable transportation.
School records are currently being kept on Excel spreadsheets and we need to upgrade to a professional software
Give up a year of school to teach others? Kiley did not want to be a student missionary on Yap. She didn't even want to be a student missionary, yet she thanks God for how and where He led her.Read more...
Edwin is a student at Southern Adventist University. His path to SAU was paved in large part by the student missionaries and staff who taught at the Yap Seventh-day Adventist School.Read more...
The year came to a close with a celebration of the Adventist mission work that began on Guam. It served as a reminder of the ways God has led and will continue to direct His work in the GMM territory.Read more...
Island Joy 88.5 FM Yap This station is the only station on the FM dial in Yap and has excellent coverage of the 4 islands of Yap, including Yap Proper (Marbaaq), Gagil-Tamil, Maap, and Rumung. Island Joy reaches behind closed doors on islands that can be difficult to reach with the Advent message. A broad range of programs share the three angels' messages and cover health, emotional health & relationships, finances, prophecy, discipleship, and much more. Children's programming is also an important part of the outreach. As Isaiah states, “Let us give glory unto God and declare His praise in the islands”!