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Honduras 2023

july 15 - july 22

approximate cost $1,850

master provision partnership

Partnering with His Eyes to minister to children and help with different projects as needed. Activities include attending a rural church, a couple of work/construction days on a coffee farm or a rural church, a day of clothing distribution and VBS activities, and visiting a local hospital to pass out care packages. This is an incredible trip if it's your first time or if it's your hundredth! 


Deadline to join the team is December 23, 2022. Please reach out to Laurie Cameron with questions or information on application process. 

In addition to our local outreach events and ministries, we support missionaries around the world.  We also are the sole supporters of a boys' home in Thailand called The Home of Blessing.


Voice of the Martyrs

Voice of the Martyrs works throughout the world in countries where Christians are persecuted.  


Master Provisions

Master Provisions works in many war-torn countries providing gently used clothing for needy people.  


Great Lakes Christian College

Great Lakes Christian College is located in Lansing Michigan.  


His House Christian Fellowship

His House Christian Fellowship is located on many Michigan college campuses working with college students. 


Abigayle Ministries

Abigayle Ministries works with unwed mothers who need help

Wolverine Christian Service Camp

Wolverine Christian Camp offers week camp experiences for children.  

Yahr Family

Scott and Elizabeth Yahr have been serving at KCAM in Glennallen, Alaska since 1989. 

Ganyo Family

Austin and Amanda Ganyo serve a ministry called Training Tomorrow's Leaders and live in Tamale, Ghana.  See pictures from our 2020 Ghana trip.

Home of Blessings

Home of Blessings is our boy's home in Thailand which houses 15 Hmong boys from hill-tribes in Northern Thailand.

Email our Outreach Team if you'd like to know more! 

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december 11

Our Food Packing Night involves assembling the ingredients, combining, sealing, and packing them in boxes that will later be distributed by the organization. To protect each other and the food we pack, gloves and hair nets are required and will be provided for you.

If you'd like to participate, we have three shifts we need help with set up 12:20-2:00pm, food packing 6:00-8:00pm and clean up (8:00-9:30pm). *Children five years and older are eligible to help with parent supervision. They are required to wear gloves, and hair nets too.