October 24, 2018 - November 2, 2018
The ger community is now moving closer and closer to the capital city. Many of these communities do not have a church. We will be training leadership from a local church that would like to plant Bible studies that would become churches in these gers. Read More ›
November 1-11, 2018
Argentina is a country desperate for the gospel of Jesus Christ. For centuries, the people of Argentina have labored to find the messsage of salvation by faith in the middle of a culture that teaches that salvation is gained by works and religion. Read More ›
November 3-12, 2018
Join us as we minister to the Russian-speaking people in the Middle East.
December 26, 2018 - January 6, 2019
While barely larger than the state of Arkansas, the country is home to the impressive Himalayas. Daunting mountain peaks and steep cliffs tower over the land. We will be loving the beautiful Nepali people and working towards community transformation.
January 17-28, 2019
Ugandans need Jesus. Many know His name but are not followers of Jesus. Over 90% of those living in Fort Portal Uganda claim to be Christian, but the majority have no understanding of the freedom in being born again and what it means to have a personal relationship with Jesus. Read More ›
February 27, 2019 - March 16, 2019
We will be returning to this Muslim-dominated region to share the love of Christ through Bible stories, our testimonies and the Gospel. We are praying that God would use us to plant many new house churches in the rural villages we will visit. Read More ›
March 2-9, 2019
With a greater metropolitan population of about one million, Bucaramanga, the capital of Santander, is one of Colombia's major cities. God is doing great things in Bucaramanga as churches are being established and many people are open to the Gospel. Read More ›
March 9-16, 2019
We will be partnering with Samford University - School of Nursing to put on medical clinics for the under served people in Limón. The people here do not receive the same medical services that most Costa Rican citizens because they are segregated due to race and culture. Read More ›