Adventures in Missions has taken more than 115,000 people on mission trips around the world. Through various short and long-term programs, Adventures In Missions helps people from all walks of life discover the world, who Jesus is, and what Jesus has called them to: making disciples of all nations (Matthew 28) and being his witnesses to the ends of the earth (Acts 1).
What does Adventures offer youth leaders and participants?
Planned ministry — we coordinate all the ministry for your group with our ministry contacts or international bases in every location we send teams. We believe in fostering a lasting impact anywhere we send a team, therefore we only send teams where we have a strategic ministry partner or long-term base established.
Leadership — your trip will be lead by one to two project leaders, trained by Adventures, to take care of scheduling and logistics, and to serve as your main point of contact with us.
Freedom — your youth leader can be as hands-on or hands-off as they like! Planning worship, teachings, devotions, and free time is open for you to lead or can be passed to our Project Leader.
Logistics — we handle all the details from insurance and rental cars, to meals and supplies. It is all covered! You will simply get your group to the trip destination’s airport.
Debrief — Adventures in Missions values the process. We will give your students the space to talk about and understand their experiences daily. They may see a part of the world they have never seen before, and our leaders will be there to walk alongside your group as they process and respond.
Devotionals — Adventures has created custom devotional journals to help walk you and your group through what they are experiencing on their trip. These devotionals will be mailed out to your prior to your trip.
You want to take your youth to the next level with God. You want changed lives.
Imagine your youth group experiencing the world, listening to the voice of God, serving others, and making a real, tangible difference in the lives of others.
Imagine your youth group going to ...
Even before the 2010 earthquake, Haiti was the poorest country in the Western Hemisphere. Today, rubble still lies in the streets and many families live in tents. In 2016, Hurricane Matthew roared through the island with 145mph winds, leaving destruction in its wake. Corruption, crime, and the black market prevent them from rebuilding the country on their own. False gods and voodoo lure people deeper into darkness. But the Church is rising up. Haiti is experiencing a spiritual revival right now like it has never seen before. The Church is becoming the driving force behind Haiti's ongoing rebirth.
Your team will serve in Calbos, Haiti. You'll serve alongside Love Him, Love Them ministries, who dedicate themselves to helping widows and orphans in distress by meeting their spiritual, economic and physical needs through salvation, housing, occupations, education and sustenance.
Children’s Ministry: There are kids everywhere and the opportunities for ministry are endless! From street ministry to VBS and sports ministry, much of your time will be spent with children. From organized VBS programs to kicking a soccer ball, every child you see will be an opportunity to change a life.
Community Outreach: Your team might also go door-to-door to meet and share Christ with the sick and the unchurched.
Church Ministry: You might also get to host a church service for the community.
Your team will stay in housing with twin beds (sheets provided), restrooms, and on-site showers. You'll have electricity and wifi on-site.
God is calling you to journey with Him, to share His love with the nations and establish His Kingdom on earth. Will you join Him in Haiti?
Pray for Haiti
Haiti needs godly leaders who will prioritize the good of the nation and address its massive problems. Two centuries of misrule, tyranny and recent flawed democratic attempts have brought hopelessness and despair. Corruption is rampant, and robberies and kidnappings commonplace. The economic plight of most Haitians deepens each year, exacerbated by the events of 2010. Many seek to escape, some physically by fleeing the country in unsafe and leaky boats, others emotionally through taking drugs. Pray that men and women may be raised up who will reverse these trends and establish justice, righteousness, and long-term stability.