You Can Make A Difference

Guatemala, Jamaica, U.S., The Bahamas, Swaziland, Kenya, Mexico, Honduras, and Haiti...

Find A Mission Trip

Seven to ten day mission trips for youth groups, family, college-age, and adults. Find a trip!



M'bita Kenya

The city of M’bita, on the eastern shore of Kenya’s Lake Victoria, is a melting pot of cultures, religious affiliations, and geographic regions. The epidemic spread of the AIDS virus here has claimed the lives of many husbands and fathers, making life difficult for those left behind.

Partnering with Suba Environmental Education of Kenya, work includes building homes for widows and orphans, leading a Children’s Bible School, and sharing God's love through ministry in the community. Along with hard work, you will travel on safari, and enjoy shopping and relaxing at Lake Nakuru.

Let's look at all the trips.


January 15, 2015 -
Deep in the hills of Jamaica, just past Eden where Mission Discovery has spent many years working with a school for deaf children, is another facility that highlights the beauty of the Island. When we think of Jamaica’s beauty, we may think of palm trees and bamboo that could almost pierce the sky. Or beaches on beaches on beaches filled with the clearest blue water imaginable. But I’ve come to find beauty in the hills, where the water is a bit unclear – and actually murky.
January 12, 2015 - Chris Klinefelter
When it comes to poverty in the context of Christian missions, Scripture seems pretty straightforward. When we encounter people who are financially impoverished, we should endeavor to address their needs. Simple, right? But when I started to “unpack” a few Bible verses, I quickly realized that God’s commands about poverty can be applied to several aspects of Christian missionary work. Here are three verses that I found particularly provocative.
December 29, 2014 - Chris Klinefelter
The word “mission trip” probably evokes an image of someone hammering nails on a roof in some faceless, impoverished town. It’s not an entirely inappropriate picture, because lots of Christian missionary work involves representing Christ through acts of service. But it’s the goal of sharing the Gospel that really sets Christian missionary work apart from secular volunteer work. On youth mission trips, sharing the Gospel requires us to build trust, and that can be difficult in places where differing dialects and languages complicate communication.