Mission Trips for All Ages

Mission Trips in 8 Nations and 11 cities in the United States.

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Cruise ships present Nassau, the capital of the Bahamas, as a tropical paradise; we’ll introduce you to what life is like for thousands of Haitian refugees who have risked everything for a new start. We come to refresh local pastors and ministries devoted to serving poor Bahamian and Haitian communities by helping construct churches and daycare facilities, repair homes, and lead Children’s Bible Schools. Groups will also connect with the community through visits to a juvenile detention center and the All Saints AIDS Camp.

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November 20, 2014 - Michael Kneff
I leaned in and whispered in Florenta’s ear, “Jesus says, ‘I love you very much.’” She leaned back and grinned. Then she pulled me closer and whispered in my ear, “He loves you very much, and he thinks you are kind and wonderful…” It was a simple exchange of words that had a lasting impact. That was the moment Lauren Kemp fell in love with the Bahamas. Her conversation with Florenta changed her view of the work she was doing.
November 17, 2014 - Chris Klinefelter
There are plenty of reasons to get your youth group involved in missionary work. Some are obvious: Youth mission trips give youth a chance to help people in need. They give youth a chance to see how other people live. They give youth a chance to gain perspective on their own lives. Those are often the first benefits that come to mind. But here are three not-so-obvious ways that mission work can strengthen your youth group. A Cord of Three Strands…
November 11, 2014 - Michael Kneff
Hope is a very precious thing. With it, all things are possible. Without hope, darkness is given freedom to steal, kill, and destroy. The amazing thing about hope is that even a small amount can have a huge impact. Like a small candle on a dark night, one person’s hope can spread and provide light to all those around them. The power of hope is on full display in Whiteriver, AZ.