TIME Ministries Mission to Mexico

TIME Ministries Mission to Mexico

Head south of the border to be an agent of hope to the people in one of Mexico’s largest cities. Experience the joy of seeing believers of another country and language as your brothers and sisters in Christ, partnering together to effectively reach others for Christ. You will leave knowing the ministry started will be left in the hands of people with whom you’ve connected, ready for your return.

Groups will work side by side with the local church (Iglesia Biblica La Gracia) and coordinate their ministry together to reach out to grow the church. La Gracia is a growing contemporary modern church that has the vision to plant satellite churches to reach the metropolitan area of 7 million people for Christ. Come and partner with TIME and La Gracia to grow the kingdom of God. With you we can have a bigger impact!

“It was great to partner with the church this week. I felt this was exactly the type of ministry that best served our church, TIME, and Christ. We are a unique group and the staff was excellent at leading us and meshing with our group. I hope the partnership between TIME, La Gracia, and SEFC continue.” – 2011 Group Leader

2017 Summer Missions trips
Tour 1 June 9-17
Tour 2 June 18-26
Tour 3 June 30-July 8
Tour 4 July 9-17
Tour 5 July 21- 29
Tour 6 July 30-Aug 7
2018 Summer Missions trips
Tour 1 June 8-16
Tour 2 June 17-25
Tour 3 June 29-July 7
Tour 4 July 8-16
Tour 5 July 20- 28
Tour 6 July 29-Aug 6

Most weeks outside of the summer options are available upon request. Our maximum capacity is 33 people for this site per tour.

The cost for this trip is $600 and includes everything while in Monterrey: food, lodging, in country travel, and recreational activities.

For more than 40 years, people of all ages and walks of life have been packing their bags and leaving the comforts of home behind in order to serve others with TIME. So whether you are joining the TIME team for the first time, or a seasoned veteran, we invite you to serve Him by serving others. Don’t you think it’s TIME?

TIME Ministries Mission to the Dominican Republic

TIME Ministries Mission to the Dominican Republic

If you desire a missions experience with an engaging physical and spiritual integration while immersing within the Dominican culture, we have the opportunity for you. In partnership with Dominican congregations a team can complete a fully constructed chapel, engage in evangelistic ministry and receive a taste of Dominican culture. We currently have a waiting list of churches in need of a building to worship and we would love to have your church meet their need.

Groups will work side by side with local congregations and coordinate their ministry together to reach out to meet the needs of a Dominican church. In correlation to our vision, we meet the needs of the Dominican church through construction, evangelism and discipleship. We offer a variety of construction projects available to teams such as a chapel, benches, or a roof. We desire to match the need of the Dominican church with that of the vision of the team’s interest. Your team will also have the opportunity to share the gospel through children’s ministry, youth ministry, sports ministry, medical clinics or other evangelistic opportunities.

SIGN UP 8 Day Trip COST: $650 ** Come and experience the full TIME mission’s adventure in the Dominican Republic. An 8-day option offers you the full experience with construction of a chapel, ministry and recreational options.

5 Day Trip Cost: $375 ** If you are looking for another option for your church, please consider a 5-day trip. This is offered October – May and open to opportunities for abbreviated construction projects, conferences, clinics and so much more. We are open to work with your team to accommodate your vision.

The cost covers everything while in the Dominican Republic: food, lodging, in country travel, translators and recreational activities. Construction project fees are an additional cost. We ask for a minimum of $500 for construction materials. The construction of a chapel is USD $4400. Other options are available upon discussion with the site.

1. CHOOSE A WEEK 2015 SUMMER MISSION TRIPS

2017 Summer Missions trips.
Tour 1 June 9-17
Tour 2 June 18-26
Tour 3 June 30-July 8
Tour 4 July 9-17
Tour 5 July 21- 29
Tour 6 July 30-Aug 7

2018 Summer Missions trips.
Tour 1 June 8-16
Tour 2 June 17-25
Tour 3 June 29-July 7
Tour 4 July 8-16
Tour 5 July 20- 28
Tour 6 July 29-Aug 6
Most weeks outside of the summer options are available upon request.

Christian Children’s Center

Christian Children’s Center

We are a part of the ANNUNCIATION Baptists Church, a special Children’s Ministry with a long-term development vision. This is full day, 5 days/week Christian Children’s Center (CCC) with 2 main goals: 1. To teach and lead OUR children to Christ, 2. To attract children and parents OUTSIDE the church to Christ through this Ministry. We are going to develop our CCC to provide local children and their parents (Christians and non-Christians) with a high standard services such as kindergarten, preparation to primary school, support of children with disabilities, different languages’ and educational courses, consultancy, etc. Our long-term vision is establishing a primary and secondary school.

FCA High School Total Athlete Camp June 26-30 2017

FCA High School Total Athlete Camp June 26-30 2017

The Fellowship of Christian Athletes operates the Total Athlete Camp with the goal of it being a week of inspiration and perspiration. It will challenge athletes on and off the field or court as they are instructed through biblical teaching and trained in their sport. Campers stay in the dorms on a beautiful campus, eat in great cafeterias, and compete at excellent facilities.

Our sports are lead by college coaches from around California and practices are structured so that each participant can improve, whether trying to make a JV team or pursue a college athletic career. The 7 practice sessions balance instruction and competition.

All campers are split into “huddles”: small groups divided by age and sport, led by a current college athlete. Huddles spend the majority of camp together, they are housed together, eat together, practice together, sit together at programs, and enjoy huddle meetings that unpack the camp experience.

Our camp vision is that every attendee will improve athletically, connect relationally, and encounter Jesus Christ powerfully.

This summers camp will be on the campus of UCLA, Los Angeles, CA.

The camp is for High School students (incoming 9th-12th graders), All campers must be 17 or younger on the date camp concludes and meet the grade requirements.

The following sports will be offered:

Girls – Basketball, Soccer, Softball, Surf, Sprint, Distance, Sand Volleyball, Volleyball, Wrestling, Tennis, Swimming

Guys – Basketball, Soccer, Baseball, Surf, Football, Sprint, Distance, Wrestling, Tennis

Please contact FCA San Diego for more information.

Honduras Mission Water Project 2017

Honduras Mission Water Project 2017

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Honduras Mission Water Project 2017 – On this trip you will impact and change the lives of families as you help provide clean water. Your team will install water filters in a village of Honduras and train the village on proper hygiene, sanitation, and use of the filters. Your faith will grow as you make new friendships with others through prayer, teaching, and sharing the love of God with children and families.

The Mission Water Project, an outreach of Flood the Nations, provides clean, safe water for children and families in the countries of Honduras, Haiti, and Dominican Republic. Our missions teams build partnerships with villages that opens the door to health, education, income, and a hope filled future.

Unsafe water affects more people worldwide than AIDS and cancer combined. At least 2.2 million people worldwide die each year from drinking unsafe water. Everyday, more than 5,000 children across the developing world die from diseases related to unclean water, that’s nearly one child every 15 seconds! A casualty rate that is simply staggering.

However, one simple filter reduces the leading causes of death and disease. It removes parasites, bacteria, and viruses from contaminated water making it safer to drink. It’s the first point-of-use technology of its kind that is designed to deliver safe water for a family with the expected life of more than 10 years.

Flood the Nations missions teams bring more then just clean water that saves physical lives which allows children the opportunity to an education and families the ability to thrive instead of survive. The project opens doors for our teams to bring Jesus Christ, the Water of Life into every home and let them know how much God loves and cares for each of them. This has resulted in powerful ministry and lives transformed!

Gioi & Maggie Are Fighting Cancers!

Gioi & Maggie Are Fighting Cancers!

  • Posted: Dec 15, 2016
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At the age of 9 months, Gioi and Maggie’s perfect, cheerful, bouncing baby boy was diagnosed with Neuroblastoma. It is a childhood cancer that he spent the next three years fighting with chemotherapy, surgeries, sedation, infections, invasive tests and way too many Pokes. Thankfully, he is now surviving and thriving and shows no evidence of growth or spread of the Cancer, as of his last tests in March 2016.

This past May, his dad, Gioi was diagnosed at the tender age of 37 with Advanced Stage T3 Prostate Cancer. The staging has been updated after his Radical Prostatectomy Surgery revealed Lymph involvement. Now it is considered advanced Stage 4 Prostate Cancer. We have options for treatment at this point, none of them easy, but he is confident and prepared to beat this thing! The help and support of family and friends is so appreciated and necessary.

As of November, Gioi’s wife Maggie is also fighting her own Cancer. Stage 4 Colon Cancer that has metastasized to her liver. Our little family is literally in the fight of our lives. Maggie’s proposed treatment begins with 4 rounds of Chemotherapy, hoping to shrink the liver tumors enough to be removed with sugery, the original Colon tumor will also be removed and the Colon rejoined, hopefully without need for a permanent Colostomy bag. Currently the Colon tumor is being pushed out of the way with a Stent to make eating and passing stool possible for her.

Gioi is a caring father, loving husband, cherished son and brother, and just the nicest guy you could ever meet. It is so unfair that he has been stricken with this disease, after fighting it so long second hand their our son. Not that anyone deserves to be sick, but he is the last person who deserves this!

As they struggle to keep up with our children’s’ hospital bills, these new diagnoses weigh heavily on their minds for financial reasons as well. Gioi has continued working, through pain and discomfort, to provide for his wife, son and baby. They hesitated to ask for anything, and never wanted to fund raise during their son’s fight, but understand they need our help now. Please help this precious family today.

 

Surfers and Cowboys

Surfers and Cowboys

It has been said that the tragedy of life is not death itself, but what dies inside of us while we are still alive. Sadly, in recent years our culture has lost a transitional rite of passage into manhood and a rather ever present role model in a child’s life has never been so needed!

Bryan Jennings fell in love with surfing in California at age 10. By the time he was 13, his family would have to drag him out of the ocean and into the station wagon as they took their annual, family road trip to a dude ranch in Jackson Hole, Wyoming. It was on these trips, and especially at the rodeos, where Bryan established a huge respect for the cowboys, particularly their radical sport of bull riding.

Years later, after having a professional surfing career of his own, Bryan received a phone call from a sports agent inquiring about surf lessons for a few professional bull riders (Thad Newell, Zane Cook and Jake Nelson) on an upcoming trip to San Diego. Bryan gladly accepted the invitation but little did he know how that one phone call would open the door to an unexpected adventure.

One surf lesson turned into a friendship and that friendship turned into a life changing journey for Bryan and the bull riders as they traveled all the way from Hawaii to Oklahoma. On this journey they would meet up with some ot the world’s best big wave surfers (Nathan Fletcher, Aaron Gold, Derek Rabelo and Magno Passos) and bull riders (World Champ Mike Lee, Cody Nance, Lane Frost’s parents and Todd Pierce, founder of Riding High Ministries). Please join us as we discover that courage is being scared to death but saddling up and taking off anyways!

From the producers of Bethany Hamilton’s Heart of a Soul Surfer and Walking on Water movies, comes an exciting story of how the lives of three professional bull riders and three professional big wave surfers converge. Hold on tight as you watch these professional athletes ride 2,000 lb bulls and take 60 ft waves in this very entertaining and inspiring adventure where fear and faith collide.

Walking On Water is a Christian, non-profit organization dedicated to sharing the Gospel of Jesus Christ with this generation’s global surfing community. Professional surfer Bryan Jennings started Walking on Water in 1995 with the vision of using his surfing abilities as the platform to share his faith with young people.

 

Medical & Dental Clinic Missions to Nicaragua

Medical & Dental Clinic Missions to Nicaragua

Corner of Love is a growing international mission dedicated to glorifying God through healthcare, education, and clean water projects in Nicaragua. We lead teams from all over the world to serve in more than sixty remote villages near Matagalpa where many drink contaminated water and lack basic needs like medical and dental care, clothing and shoes.

On any Corner of Love mission trip you’ll find individuals from all walks of life, from different corners of the globe, all ready to work, all ready to serve Nicaraguans in need. We carry out medical, dental, and vision clinics, children’s activities, construction projects, and spiritual and educational development events, while supporting our in-country staff who teach their countrymen about Jesus, clean water, and ways to stay healthy. You do not have to be a doctor, teacher, or healthcare worker to come. If you have love to give, you are equipped to serve . . . we give regular people a chance to do great things for God!