Join mission team members across the world who seek spiritual growth, want to serve others and gain a new, heart-changing perspective. Mission experiences allow team members to see through the eyes of whom they serve, while laying a greater foundation for faith through intentional service, team experiences and devotion time.
Upcoming Mission Trips
July 14-21, 2021
December 3-10, 2021
December 12-18, 2021
Montego Bay, Jamaica
December 11-18, 2021
- Personal & spiritual development
- Long-term impact
- Create cultural awareness
- Appreciate new perspectives
- Growth and self-reflection
- Intentional conversations
- Lifelong memories
Custom Faith-Designed Experience
Mission experiences are so much more than travel opportunities: take part in a journey to serve and explore your faith.
Our mission field is wherever we are. The team focuses on the tasks and services for whom they are serving. Most often, the person impacted most is you.
At the end of each day, take part in daily devotion to evaluate your experience. Discuss your faith journey and help better understand the plans God has in store.
Our Promise to You
• We are committed to your safety
• Dedicated, experienced Missions Leader
• Vetted partnerships with local organizations
• Meals, lodging and local transportation included
• Optional travel insurance
• 24/7 emergency contact during trip
• Secure online registration and payment system
Having worked with dozens of missions teams over the years, I’ve watched what tends to make them mutually beneficial and enjoyable for both those going on a trip and those receiving them. The team brought to Nicaragua both respected the culture and brought incredible energy and preparedness with them, so it’s no wonder it was such a positive experience for all of us! We’ll take team of hard-working learn-it-alls as often as you can put them together! We love what you guys do and who you are!
DIRECTOR OF EXPANSION, ONE COLLECTIVE
This trip transformed my view of what a true relationship with Christ looks like and how we should treat others the way that Christ treated those around him. I learned the importance of being vulnerable and honest with other Christians around me and how vital it is to have fellow believers come alongside you in your struggles. I’m so glad I said yes and opened my heart to what the Lord wanted to share with me.
My time in Nicaragua was not only beautiful, but heart-opening. I figured out how important it is to be open and honest. Most importantly, having the willingness to be unfiltered about any topic, especially sin. I gained patience and courage for learning to love others unconditionally. That is what God wants for me and that is what I want for myself.
I had a phenomenal experience on my mission experience to Nicaragua. I’ve been hesitant to go on short-term missions because the nature of those experiences can sometime be self-serving, rather than truly missional in nature. This experience resulted in the deepening of my faith. I feel like I grew the most through the deep devotionals we had at the end of the days with our team. Independent of where you are in your faith, you will grow.
JOHNS CREEK, GA
When I thought about attending a ‘mission experience,’ what I expected was to share my time, labor, effort, and the little knowledge I knew about God to people in need. Little did I know that the people I traveled with and the people I met while in Ecuador, would be serving me more than I did them. This was not a mission trip, but a mission make-over for my heart and my life.
Taking time to devote to God to become closer to Him is worth doing. The mission experience literally changed the way I see the world. I had so many questions Jesus answered. I got to live out service. I gained a lifelong group of friends I can go to for anything, and most of all I was able to grow in my relationship with Christ.