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Flood the Nations Mission Trip to Honduras

Flood the Nations Mission Trip to Honduras

On this trip you will impact and change the lives of families as you help provide clean water with the Mission Water Project (MWP). Your team will install bio-sand 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 in the village throughout the week You will see God’s transforming love and power in their lives as well as yours. FTN expects to see lives changed forever and are looking for missionaries to make up this team to bring life, healing, and hope to the people of Honduras.

FTN short-term mission trip to the beautiful land and welcoming people of Honduras is ready for you! Honduras needs to see and experience God’s love and Jesus made it so that the best way for that to happen was through you!

Flood the Nations provides safe, affordable, and life impacting Honduras mission trips for individuals and groups.

Includes: All in country meals (3/day), bottled water, dorm lodging, transportation, project expenses, country entry/exit fees, travel insurance, FTN certified team leader, pre-trip Go Guide, Team training manual, dedicated daily worship and debrief, free day activities, and FTN shirt. You will need a passport and spending money.

If you’re not able to join us, please consider making a donation. $120 provides one filter to a family of 10 to meet their daily water needs for 10 or more years! Would you consider giving clean water now? Please contact us if you can help.

Mission Trip to the Dominican Republic

Mission Trip to the Dominican Republic

Willing Servant Ministries has been hosting Mission Teams for over 9 years and is looking for teams to partner with them to share the Gospel, help the poor and spread God’s love and hope. Your team can come for a week and Glorify God, Help the local poor, Bless local Pastors and Ministries and receive a blessing while growing in your faith! Some of the activities are door-to-door prayer walks, Children’s Programs, Building projects.

Volunteers Needed for Medical Clinic in the Dominican Republic

Volunteers Needed for Medical Clinic in the Dominican Republic

Willing Servant Ministries is operating and managing a medical clinic in Paradise village, Sosua. This clinic helps the poor be healthier and live more abundant lives. Many people here in the Dominican Republic cannot afford medical care or medicine. Through this ministry we are able to give medical care and medicine to 150 – 250 people weekly, over 7000 consultations are given yearly and to date we have over 7500 total patients!

We know that we cannot cure all the ills of a deprived country like the Dominican Republic, but we can love and care for God’s people one person at a time, working alongside other faithful Christians. Willing Servant Ministries is presently looking for full-time ministry workers to come to the Dominican Republic and volunteer primarily in our Medical Clinic. You would be helping the poor receive a huge blessing of getting quality medical care that they cannot afford otherwise.

Medical Clinic Administrator Needed in the Dominican Republic

Medical Clinic Administrator Needed in the Dominican Republic

Willing Servant Ministries Medical Clinic in the Dominican Republic is seeking a Medical Clinic Administrator to oversee, administer and manage the Paradise Medical Clinic. This is an opportunity to care for and love many people in need by providing quality medical care for the poor.

Responsibilities and Duties :

Open and close the clinic. Presently Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays. Be the holder of the keys.
Oversee, manage and support the staff. Presently there are 6 employees.
Patient relations – managing, controlling and supporting patient base with love.
Maintaining control over the Pharmacy – includes inventory of medicine in stock – ensuring safety with medicines being received – ensuring safety and control of medicines being distributed by our Doctor’s prescription.
Administrative Work – Stocking the Pharmacy – printing necessary forms – purchasing clerical and cleaning supplies – payroll for employees – general clerical work.
Be able to drive here in the Dominican Republic traffic. Help transport staff to and from the clinic as well as transport analysis to lab.
Report and be accountable to Willing Servant Ministries.

Qualifications and Skills :

Be a Christian believing in Jesus Christ and living to serve, worship, glorify and praise Him.
Self-starter and self-motivated hard worker being honest and responsible.
Speak Spanish – Preferred
Have administrative skills – be able to use a computer.
Have management skills – be able to oversee and manage small staff.

Please use the inquiry form below to learn more about this opportunity

Looking for a Grant Writer/Fundraiser

Looking for a Grant Writer/Fundraiser

Special Hope Network is looking for a creative and diligent grant researcher and writer to help us fund our work. We have electricity shutoffs and spotty internet, so we are quite limited here, and are looking for a volunteer to see this opportunity as their ministry. We serve children with intellectual disabilities in Zambia, and have waiting lists for each of our programs. If you have time, researching skills, and great writing ability, we can use you!

Physical Therapist

Physical Therapist

OM exists to see vibrant communities of Jesus followers established among the least reached. OM’s role in the body of Christ is to motivate, develop and equip people for world evangelization, and to strengthen and help establish communities of Christ followers, especially among the unreached in the Middle East, South and Central Asia and Europe

Fuller Center for Housing Mission Trip to Sri Lanka

Fuller Center for Housing Mission Trip to Sri Lanka

Sri Lanka is a small island (slightly larger than West Virginia) located south of India in the Indian Ocean. Well built, clean housing is rare and very expensive in Sri Lanka. Therefore, families collect whatever they can to create a shelter. Many families live in slums or wooden shacks. Those who have land often cannot afford to build a house on the land or obtain a loan due to high interest rates. Often the land is worthless and cannot be sold. Families who rent are required to pay a majority of their income for rent with very little left for other basic needs. We are addressing these needs by partnering with the United Christian Fellowship to help families build or improve their homes using no-profit, no-interest loans.

Our work includes renovations, half-built houses, roof repairs, room additions and full house constructions. As of June 2015, over 100 families have moved into new homes or had their homes substantially improved through partnership with the Fuller Center, but there is much left to do. Our work is based in Moratuwa, but projects have extended throughout the island as urgent needs have been addressed. The project stems from our Christian faith and partners with any family in need, regardless of ethnic group or religion. The project’s leader Rev. Ranjan Fernando says, “It is our duty to explain that Jesus loves everybody and has special concern for those in need and to show our love and compassion to these needy families.”

Sri Lanka is a nation that has been ravaged by a brutal civil war that started in the 1980s. The ethnic conflict not only destroyed homes and displaced residents, but stalled economic growth. The war came to an end in May 2009 but in addition to the civil war, the country was also hit by a tsunami in 2004 and massive flooding in 2012. To make things worse, Christians and other religions that were not historically found in Sri Lanka face significant persecution from local Buddhists.

It is safe to say that the country is need of partners and helping hands. Even though Sri Lanka has endured much disaster the beauty of the country continues to shine brightly. From the tropical beaches, to the rolling hills, to the local art/architecture and even to the country’s wildlife, there is something for everyone.

Fuller Center for Housing Mission Trip to Papua New Guinea

Fuller Center for Housing Mission Trip to Papua New Guinea

The Fuller Center In Papua New Guinea will focus on helping families in rural areas of New Ireland Province. Rural families in Papua New Guinea tend to live with their extended families. On average the size of an extended family is 5-7 adults and their children. Many of these families currently live in homes built out of untreated round logs and sago thatch. In grass land areas grass is used as roofing. These homes would typically only last 3-5 years.

The Fuller Center in Papua New Guinea is looking to help these families by working with them to provide simple , decent, and affordable homes. The work is led by a Board of Directors of dedicated Papua New Guineans who donate their time and energy into making the program possible. However, we need volunteer teams to help provide funding for these homes and assist with the building which is where you come in!

Each trip to Papua New Guinea will be with a group of mission-minded volunteers – typically 8-20 total – who want to experience the world, meet new people, and make a difference. No skills required and trips last 1-2 weeks

Papua New Guinea is located in the Pacific ocean just north of Australia. The country consists of the eastern half of the island of New Guinea along with many smaller islands. Papua New Guinea is known as one of the most culturally diverse countries in the world. Even though they only have a population of 7 million, there are over 800 different languages spoken. Papua New Guinea is also one of the most rural countries in the world as less than a 1/4 of it’s population live in urban areas and it is believed that there are still uncontacted people groups.

Global Builders teams will be working in and around the town of Kavieng which is the capital of the province of New Ireland and located on the island of the same name. The city is made up of 19,000 people and is a popular dive, trekking, and surf location due to its biological diversity and close proximity to other islands.