Visit Orphans

 
Spend time with the children in our orphanages and see how the Lord can work through you to show His love to others. Let the Lord put your talents and gifts to work through Vacation Bible school, a construction project, games and crafts, or Christmas present delivering. These mission trips are designed to support the work our long-term partners do and to encourage them in their ministries in Russia, India, and Kenya.

 

Upcoming Missions Trips:
In 2018:

  • Russia—December 8th-16th (Apply by Aug. 9th)

In 2019:

  • Russia—June 1st-9th (Apply by Feb. 1st)
  • Kenya—July 19th-28th (Apply by March 22nd)
  • India—September 20th-29th (Apply by May 17th)
  • Russia—December 7th-15th (Apply by Aug. 2nd)

 

What does the trip include?

  • Hotel accommodations
  • In-country transportation
  • Application support an fees for your Visa
  • In-country language assistance
  • All meals in-country
  • ministry curriculum and supplies
  • Cross-cultural training and preparation
  • Trip insurance
  • International medical insurance
  • Fundraising assistance

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Russia

We partner with Russian leaders who desire to serve children in the orphanage system through Bible Discovery classes, Christmas and birthday gifts, after school programs, job training, and humanitarian aid. In addition, some visit baby houses and hospitals where infants have been abandoned to hold and nurture them.

India

The Boaz Project partners with Indian Christians who welcome the orphaned into their homes. By helping provide necessities like food and education, the ministry encourages these house parents and enables them to take even more children in off the streets.  Instead, the children are raised in loving homes where Christ is known.

Kenya

Through The Boaz Project, your support meets critical needs at El Shaddai Children’s Home, offering them financial assistance, house parent training, and Vacation Bible Schools.

What People are saying

“I loved getting to know my team more and loving the orphans wholeheartedly. I loved to play with the kids and run around outside with them because this was a way to love them without language. God taught me to love without any barriers. It does not matter what language people speak, where they come from, or what they look like because we are all children if God and we are all worthy of love.” Anika N.

Russia 2016

“I learned that God is always at work around me, and when I purpose to love God with all my heart, soul, mind, strength and be emptied of my self, then God can do His greatest work” Jenny H.