Where We Serve


  • Kenya
  • Poland
  • Ukraine
  • Russia
  • Myanmar
  • Cambodia
  • Guatemala
  • Mexico
  • Peru
  • Tibet
  • Jamaica
  • Tanzania
  • Zimbabwe
  • South Africa
  • Nigeria
  • Ethiopia
  • India
  • Bolivia
  • Haiti


  • New York City - Homeless Outreach ministry
  • Crow Indian Reservation, Montana
  • Pittsburgh - International Students, Ethnic and Homeless Outreach ministry
  • Various Locations - Disaster Relief

Why Short Term Mission Trips?

It was normal to hear about coal mining while growing up in Pennsylvania, but the thought of touring a coal mine was not on my priority list of things to do.  Somehow though, my wife and I were chosen to lead a group to tour a Pennsylvania coal mine. When we arrived at the mine we were ushered into a classroom to be trained on proper coal mine etiquette. Next we loaded into mining cars and descended down approximately one mile into the earth. We arrived at our destination and were greeted by an experienced guide. Our guide gave us something to remember when he shut off all the lights in the mine and we experienced total darkness. Needless to say, we all rejoiced when the lights came back on!

So you ask, how does touring a coal mine relate to short term missions? I am glad you asked! First of all you need to be willing to go. Perhaps going to a foreign country is not high on your priority list, but maybe God wants to teach you some important life lessons through another culture. There is something to be said about actually going. You cannot experience the people, smell the aromas, see the sights, or hear the sounds by simply reading or watching a video.

Second, we need to ask God to help us reach people that are living in darkness; that they would see His marvelous light. Recent statistics reveal that 67% of people in the world today are not Christians. Of the 67% non- Christians, 29% or 1.9 billion have never heard of Jesus. There are 13,000 unreached people groups waiting to hear about God’s love for them. Just like the miner harvesting coal out the earth, we too are called to go into the fields and be His laborers for the harvest. People are waiting to see His light in you!

This year may we commit to pray for His harvest and find what area we are to serve, and say, “Here am I Lord, send me”!

Scheduled trips – Please inquire for details.


Mexico – Construction & Evangelism
Guatemala - Construction & Evangelism
Montana - Crow Indian Reservation – Construction & VBS
Taiwan - Baseball Camps / Education 
Tibet - Medical & Prayer Walking
Cambodia - Teacher Training
Myanmar – Orphanage Ministry
New York City Homeless Outreach Weekend

Arkansas - Hispanic Training Center – Construction & Evangelism
Laos – Bible Teaching