Real People, Real Needs, Life-To-Life Ministry!

Your bags are packed. Passport in hand. You are ready to board a flight to the mountains of South America, the jungles of Chiapas, or the historic capital of some European country – places where the Gospel is needed. As you board the flight you know you will be involved in hands-on, life-to-life, practical ministry and . . . the adventure of a lifetime!

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April 17 – Atalie

Posted in 2014 South Asia, Trip Blogs on April 21st, 2014

It’s days like this when I wonder where to begin writing.  It’s not like a walk in the park where I just state what happened because, quite honestly, I don’t think I really understood what happened, just that the Spirit moved. Today we finished our fin …


April 11 – Tim

Posted in 2014 South Asia, Trip Blogs on April 21st, 2014

Today was the last day of children’s training for our time in Kalaw. We taught on relationship with God. Atalie shared how one of the young boys in the photography group who didn’t want to come to camp, walked away inspired to use photography to share …


April 16 – Elyssa

Posted in Trip Blogs on April 19th, 2014

During the camp this week, I have been so blessed by our translators. It has been such a privilege to share stories with each other, pray for one another, and grow in the Lord together. While teaching a lesson on the promise of God’s provision in our l …

Quote-Daniel.Cavanaugh“One of the the most exciting things is the opportunity to encourage the local body of believers. You may only be there for three weeks, but that local church will be there long after you are gone. To encourage them is to fulfill the mandate in Scripture, “do good unto all men especially unto the household of faith”. They we will be the ones that continue to invest in their people for eternity, and by building them up we affect the kingdom of God.”

– Daniel from KY, Ecuador team leader