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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

First Day of Med Team || Ruth – August 26

Posted in 2015 Medical Team, Trip Blogs on August 27th, 2015

First day of med team…down!! We started out this morning with team devos and a reminder that this trip is not about our glory but for the glory of God! From there, the team busted out all the prep that is needed before heading into the jungle. Meds p …

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Our Last Day in Guatemala || Ashleigh – August 17

Posted in 2015 Guatemala, Trip Blogs on August 25th, 2015

Today we got to hike up a volcano which was pretty cool. The hike was exhausting but gorgeous all the same. During the few breaks we took getting to the top, we looked out and saw the jaw dropping world our God has created for us. There were mountains …

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Saturday || Yoel – August 15

Posted in 2015 Guatemala, Trip Blogs on August 24th, 2015

Today is Saturday, day 12 of the Guatemala trip. We just ended the kids program yesterday. Around noon time we went to a “Compañerismo,” which is basically a time of fellowship. At this event we had a short program and it went great. The program we put …

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