Join us for a summer mission trip, either international or in the States, and experience for yourself how God wants to work through you to impact others.
A Mission Trip That
We’ll connect your team with a variety of ministry opportunities – service projects, children’s programs, providing meals for the homeless, offering Bibles to those who don’t have one. Throughout the trip you’ll get to share the story of what God has done in your own life and introduce people to Jesus through gospel dramas and one-on-one conversations.
Be prepared for your mission trip to take you outside your comfort zone and change your perspective. Beyond that, it will be memorable and a lot of fun as you make new friends and get to know God better.
Our mission trips include training times that combine quality teaching with a discipleship environment. You’ll grow in knowing Jesus while developing practical ministry tools.
Gain confidence in sharing your personal testimony
Develop creative tools, like dramas, to demonstrate God's story
Learn how to cultivate a rich personal relationship with Jesus
Learn To Share
Get equipped to clearly and convincingly share the Gospel message
Grow Your Passion
Grow in your passion for the Lord during worship and teaching sessions
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Questions About Our MissionTrips
Anything but typical! We kick off the mission trip with at least one day of “training camp,” taking time for practical orientation and ministry training. After that we’ll have full days of ministry. We’ll start each morning with personal devotions and worship, then spend most of the day in ministry, usually eating lunch while we’re out.
We’ll also focus on growing our relationship with God throughout the mission trip. Many evenings we’ll gather for prayer, worship, teaching, small group meetings, and reporting back on what God has been doing through our ministry.
We want to make sure you get the most out of your trip, so it’s a full schedule. We do our best to incorporate some free time each day, though, so that you don’t wear out before it’s over.