Different people and organizations have different callings from God. As a Christian humanitarian aid organization we team up with local evangelism and discipleship ministries to meet the practical needs of those in Africa. Not only can callings be diverse, but so can strengths. Those different contributions complement one another in advancing the kingdom of God.
The ultimate value of most partnerships among ministries is to increase fruitfulness to advance the kingdom of God. Usually ministries and churches can accomplish more together than separately. For example, ministries can team up to share expertise and expenses to seek to keep the doors open when opposition to Christian efforts arises.
There is a big difference between just talking about something and taking effective action. As you contemplate entering into partnership with others to accomplish God’s purpose, be sure to forge the alliance in ways that make it well worth your time and that of others. God is very pleased when His children work together in unity–especially when they do it well.
We at VISIONS OF HOPE FOR AFRICA invite you to consider joining one of our upcoming mission teams to be the “hands and feet” of Jesus in Africa and beyond.
Check out this slide show that highlights what a short term medical mission trip includes
We always include a 3 day, 2 night Safari at one of the safaris in Kenya such as the Masai Mara. Experience a vacation with a purpose as you go and serve those who most need your assistance.
You can learn more by calling Ed Fischer at 304-257-1108 or e-mail at email@example.com.
Visions of Hope for Africa
235 Canyon View Lane
P.O. Box 169
Cabins, WV 26855
PAC University Soccer Field Mission
Kenya – January 3-15, 2020
Mission: Build, work on and improve soccer field for PAC University. Work with and mentor PAC University soccer students.
Cost: $3,000 – Application due by September 1
Women’s Empowerment Mission
Kenya – March 12 – 24, 2020
Purpose: This trip will focus on building relationships with widows, creating economic development through micro-enterprise groups. We will take medical supplies, shoes, and personal hygiene items for the ministries and outreaches we will be visiting. There are 30 girls at New Scent Rescue Center near the Tala Market that were previous victims of sexual abuse and human trafficking that we will engage with. We will visit an orphanage near the Mombasa coast, spend a day relaxing at a resort hotel before returning to Nairobi to shop at the Maasai market, visiting Soul Touch Kenya and other ministries started and sustained by women leaders. Optional activities include David Shadrach Elephant Orphanage, visiting Kazuri Bead Factory, Karen Blixen Museum, and the Giraffe Center. The trip will include a 3 day-2 night excursion/safari at Maasai Mara.
Cost: $4,500.00 Deposit $500.00 due by October 1, $2,000.00 due by November 15, and the balance $2,000.00 due by December 20th