We are planning on going to Ethipia on a Barnabas expedition next year. If you would like to help by donating you can do that here. If you want the money to go to my trip specificly, please email us at email@example.com or state my name in your donation comment box.
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Sometimes life can get away from you, priorities can get mixed up, and you can forget the true meaning of life. We invite people to come away with us on a quest to reconnect with the God of the universe! To come and see what God is doing in Ethiopia through our ministry. To cast aside life as they know it and give God a chance to impart “VISION” into their life.
This is a fundraiser to help fill in the gaps for people who don't have enough money to come on our trips! If there is someone specific you want the money to go to, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or state their name in your donation comment box. This fund is also set up to help pay for the various ground and staff expenses our ministry incurs during each visit.
Have you been on a mission trip before? Can you remember how it impacted you and changed your worldview? Now is your opportunity to pay it forward and help someone else experience the same thing!
Time and time again we have seen how bringing American teams to Ethiopia to encourage and pray for our Church Planters has put fuel on a spiritual fire! You can help to keep that fire burning!
Quotes from vision trip participants:
“These are people who live day to day with what they have. Tomorrow is not promised. We have much to learn from them. Watching them, I realized that we must come to God in that same state: empty hearts that need to be filled—hungry, desperate, and wide-eyed with anticipation. Our empty, aching souls cannot be filled with anything other than God. He satisfies our present need. We must come flooding His feet with open outstretched arms to receive His goodness, mercy, love, and glory — even if it is just a sack-full.” – Ayaan
“To sit before these men and women was deeply humbling. Though they often lacked material goods and political freedom, they have experienced spiritual provision and the very power of the Holy Spirit in abundance throughout their decades of service to the Lord. Because of this, and because of their faithful obedience, many souls in Ethiopia have been reconciled to the Lord. ” – Jason