Haiti is one of the poorest countries in the world. 78% of all Haitians live in poverty and over half that percentage are children. Through a series of natural disasters over the last 10 years Haitians remain truly in a desperate situation. We now have the opportunity to make a gigantic difference by sending missions teams to share the love of Jesus to the people of Haiti. We will do this by partnering with New Life Children's Home and local communities by providing food, water filters, medical clinics and children’s events. This may be your opportunity to step out and make a difference in Haiti.
Nicaragua is the second poorest country in western hemisphere. One third of children never enroll in school because they have to support their families. And of those who enroll only 40% of children who start school complete the 6th grade. Education is the key to prevention from hazards of poverty, labor and reducing sexual exploitation. Join us in engaging the community in Children Fun days, supporting the local church, and spreading the hope that there is in Christ.
Honduras is one of the poorest nations in the Western Hemisphere and remains dependent on international economic assistance. The economy is based on agriculture; banana and coffee are the most important exports. Many of the local farmers are pastors in their communities using their coffee farm to sustain their financial support so that they can shepherd their flock. We have the opportunity to partner with local Christian leaders in building churches, holding medical clinics and working with children within communities. As much as construction will be a part of this trip, we are doing more than just building a foundation to a church or home. We are building a foundation of hope and one of Jesus Christ with the local school kids and the farmers. Don’t miss out on this opportunity to make a difference in an area with so much need.
Armenia has a rich Christian heritage, but the reality is that only a fraction of Armenian people know what it means to have a personal relationship with Christ. Steeped in cultural religious tradition, they live without the hope of eternal life and without the living truth of the Christianity they accepted more than 1700 years ago.
The small country is filled with hundreds of villages tucked away in the beautiful mountains isolated and without New Testament churches. The capital city, Yerevan, is the center of life for the country, but there are only a handful of evangelical churches for more than 1 million people-most of which do not participate in evangelism.