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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Recent Posts


Off and Running || Aria – April 25

Posted in 2016 Language Team, Chiapas, Mexico, Language Team: Spanish, Trip Blogs on April 25th, 2016

Today was our first day of classes, settling in, recovering from jet lag and working out our schedule while we waited anxiously for Mindy to arrive! It feels like coming home running all over these streets checking the pastelerías for our favorite brea …


Considering the Impact || Alayna – April 11

Posted in 2016 South Asia, South Asia, Trip Blogs on April 13th, 2016

Today we were able to have more of a down day and enjoy seeing some of the local sights. We spent several hours in the back of an open truck, and had a great view of the countryside as we drove up into the mountains. The big thing that stood out to me …


Thankful || Kayla – April 09

Posted in 2016 South Asia, South Asia, Trip Blogs on April 12th, 2016

Thankfulness gushes out of a heart that has experienced the goodness of God. This week was an incredible taste of His kindness. I expected to visit an orphanage located in a country with 2-5% Christians. I expected to expend a good deal of love and ene …

Quote-Julianna.Ziegler-1“The thing I loved most about the Chiapas trip was that we were able to minister on a very personal level. Not only did we have opportunities to serve and share the gospel, but we got to live among the people and experience life as they know it. We were able to play with their children, attend their church, eat some of their food, attempt conversations in their language, and even when we couldn’t communicate with words, I know Christ’s love was both demonstrated and appreciated. “

– Julianna from MO, Mexico team member