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ONE10 Intensive

Prayer • Missions • Church Planting

2019 Intensive Dates TBA
Bradford, MA
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This information is for our past 2018 ONE10 Intensive. Our 2019 dates and speakers are forthcoming - sign up below for updates and you will be among the first to know when registration is open!

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Your people will volunteer freely in the day of Your power;
In holy array, from the womb of the dawn,
Your youth are to You as the dew.
–– Psalm 110

The ONE10 Intensive is an invitation to gather in Bradford, that old well of revival, to reignite the flame for a student volunteers missions’ movement. Join us as we revisit the historic work of God in New England and receive training for prayer, missions, and church planting.


In 1810, a young man by the name of Adoniram Judson wrote a letter to the father of Ann Hasseltine, asking for Ann’s hand in marriage. Completely surrendered to the vision of world missions, Adoniram asked whether Ann’s father would consent to the “hardships and sufferings of a missionary life” that Ann would likely face (and indeed she did) “for the sake of him who left his heavenly home and died for her and for you…” Ann too was consumed by a passion for God’s glory, having experienced revival as a student at Bradford Academy. On February 5, 1812, the two married, and on February 19, the newlywed couple was sent out of Bradford by the American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions, ultimately becoming the first Protestant missionaries to leave North America.  

One hundred years later, John R. Mott, the appointed leader of the Student Volunteer Movement for Foreign Missions, came to Bradford to commemorate the task of worldwide evangelization that the Board for Foreign Missions had begun with the Judsons. The watchword for that renewed student missions’ movement became "The evangelization of the world in this generation.” This movement yearned to see God’s name made known throughout all the nations of the earth by the twentieth century. Though their dreams were not realized in their generation, their cry goes forth even today, that an unprecedented global missions’ movement would arise, that God's people would volunteer freely in the day of His power.

Darrell & Bethany Temple
JHOP Boston
Lou Engle
Daniel Lim
International House of Prayer Kansas City
Banning Liebscher
Jesus Culture
Dr. Paul Jehle
Plymouth Rock Foundation

Dates: August 4 – 8, 2018. 

Location: North Point Bible College
320 S Main St
Haverhill, MA 01835

$450 per person, which covers all lodging, meals, and transportation for the week.

There are financial hardship funds available. We do not want you to miss out due to financial reasons! Email

What to bring: Bible/journal, refillable water bottle, bedding, towels, toiletries, fan (optional)

Additional questions? Contact

Q: How do you manage to keep the cost so low given the fact that you will be housing and feeding me for the week and flying in pioneering speakers from all over the country, as well as arranging transportation for the historical tours?
A: God’s supernatural provision! :)
Q: What will a typical day look like during the ONE10 Intensive?
A: Breakfast starts at 7 AM every morning. At 8 AM, all attendees will gather for morning prayer set, led by our worship leaders and prayer leaders. Starting at 10 AM and going until 9 PM, there will generally be three sessions per day, which will be a mix of historical lectures, tours, mentoring sessions, times of worship, and small group reflections. There will be an hour break for lunch and a two hour break for dinner, but as you can see, the week is quite… intense!
Q: Would I be able to attend for parts of the week and pay a reduced fee?
A: Unfortunately, the short answer is no. We expect all attendees to participate for most, if not all of the week’s activities. However, as part of the ONE10 Intensive, we will have open nights of worship with Daniel Lim and Brian Kim that will be open to the public.
Q: How do I get to the ONE10 Intensive?
A: All attendees are expected to arrange their own transportation to and from ONE10. (Transportation will be provided during the week for tours, etc.) However, if you are flying in, we would likely be able to arrange carpools from Boston to Haverhill; you would just need to take public transit from Logan Airport into the city, a very straightforward trip. Plan to arrive to Logan by early afternoon. Once you register and buy your plane tickets, we will help you get to Haverhill! For those that are driving, we will have access to a parking lot on site.
Q: What will housing be like?
A: You will be staying in modest dorm rooms, two people per room. Families will get their own rooms. The rooms may get hot during the summer, so we recommend that you bring your own fan. Up to date, ONE10-ers have had only positive things to say about accommodations.
Q: Is there an age limit for participants?
A: Though there is not an official age limit for participating in the ONE10 Intensive, we carefully review all applications to the program to ensure that those participating will conduct themselves appropriately and engage fully during the course of the week. Thus, if you are younger than 18 years old, take special care when filling out your application materials and make sure that your pastor's reference details your spiritual and emotional maturity.
Q: Would my family be able to bring children?
A: You are absolutely welcome to bring children; families will get their own rooms. However, there will not be any childcare provided during sessions.
Q: Anything else I should know?
A: Come with an open, expectant heart for God to teach and challenge you in new ways!