Mission Trips

 We invite you to prayerfully consider supporting and joining us on one of these trips in 2023 to visit and serve with our partners.

February 11-21

Women’s Trip

Through our partnership with JKPS, we will be visiting Mahima Homes, which are aftercare havens that provide specialized care, safety, and security to minor survivors of commercial sex trade, to facilitate their complete healing and rehabilitation. As well they provide for children in need of care and protection under the custody of the Child Welfare Committee. The team will also participate in various activities with staff and girls at the home, as well as visiting some “freedom” businesses that give women other opportunities for employment.

April 16-22

Men’s Trip

Kids Alive International is committed to rescuing victims of heart-breaking abuse and showing them their inherent worth and potential. In Guatemala, Kids Alive runs Oasis, a home that provides a safe haven for Guatemalan girls who have  experienced  sexual abuse. While serving at Oasis, men will assist with needed construction projects and participate in select activities with the girls in the home. 

july 1-6 

Families (recommend kids 10 and over) 

Shalom Community Church, with over 800 members, is one of our partners in Costa Rica. The team will stay at the church and serve by helping with onsite projects, as well as having time to engage with community. In the past, projects have included building greenhouses, landscape clean-up, painting, etc. Details about the specific project will be posted once available from our partner. Since this serving trip will be completed by Thursday AM, families have the option to return to Atlanta or plan to stay for additional touring in the area through the weekend on their own. 

July 21-August 2


Travel to the town of Chitipa in northern Malawi where we will help lead and participate in a camp for our sponsored students (high school, tech, and college). On our vision day, we will visit one of our many projects in Malawi such as a rural school to see a finished dorm, a solar project providing electricity, and/or a water project.  We will also have an opportunity to enjoy the landscape of this beautiful country and engage with the people of this “warm heart of Africa”.