Together with Estonia and Lithuania, Latvia is one of the Baltic Countries in Eastern Europe. Although it celebrated its 100 years as a Republic in 2018, Latvia has centuries of history. The last chapter of their history includes 45 years under the control of the Soviet Union after Second World War. Latvia recovered its independence in 1991, but the consequences of that time can still be seen. Although the official language is Latvian, almost half of the population speaks Russian, making Latvia a unique mission field!
Truly a cultural melting pot, Belize is a country that offers so much diversity in more areas than one. The country may have a multitude of cultures and languages, but everything blends together in a mixture that is one of a kind. The resounding theme of the work in Belize is to strengthen community. This is done by working with missionaries that want nothing more than to raise disciples from the Belizean people. If the natural landscape of Belize doesn’t leave you in awe, the vision of what God is doing in this country will.
The beaches, deserts, and rain forests of the Dominican Republic may be alluring, but they hardly rival the passion and energy of the country’s people. Rooted deeply in Latin American culture, their love for family, and vibrancy for life, makes the Dominican Republic a fun place to serve. It is no longer considered a third world country, but the poverty within this nation provides excellent opportunities to work alongside seasoned missionaries in community development in the name of Jesus Christ. Pastoral support and outreach ministries are critical here. Nothing is better than spreading the Gospel, but doing it in the Dominican Republic is a unique experience you need to see for yourself.
Overflowing with an incredible amount of biodiversity and historical charm, Ecuador is a very special place to come serve in missions. The country is geographically divided by Andean mountains, dense rain forests, and fruitful coastal regions but the culture is a beautiful entanglement of indigenous roots and Spanish influence. It may be tiny by South American standards, but Ecuador lacks nothing in the way of natural sights and spiritual encounters as you witness all that God is doing in this country. Join alongside missionaries that desire nothing more than to build up disciples and see the people of Ecuador shine the light of Christ in their villages and cities.
Being the smallest country in Central America, El Salvador proves that big things do come in little packages. Serving here provides such a rewarding mission experience as the main ministry opportunities are centered around bettering the lives of children and direct community engagement. Education is an incredible portion of the ministry work done here. El Salvador has a very relationship-oriented culture where socializing is a priority, making this country such an easy place to come and share the love of Christ. If working with youth is your passion, or you just want to experience what God can do with the smallest things, El Salvador is waiting for you.
Steeped in Mayan myth and heritage, the beautifully diverse country of Guatemala is an amazing place to come and serve. While ministering in Guatemala, find what makes your heart beat as you work in various ministries including construction, evangelism, medical care, working with youth, and much more. Alongside seasoned missionaries, get involved in what the Lord is doing with His Church in this country where the old and new world converge.
From its snow-capped mountains to its sweeping plains, Kenya is a country that doesn’t disappoint in any capacity. Teeming with safari wildlife and a people immersed in tribal culture, serving in this nation leaves an impact that is permanent. Join our missionaries whose heart is to partner with local churches and start community centers that address a wide variety of needs. The country has over 40 ethnic groups making Kenya a great place to dive into God’s work, spreading the love of Jesus.
Planted in the middle of the Pacific Ocean, serving in the Marshall Islands is an incredibly unique experience. The country exists as two parallel chains that comprise 1,152 scattered islands and atolls, all of which could benefit immensely from hearing about the love and joy found in Jesus. Work with missionaries who are involved in many ministries such as youth, evangelism, and pastoral support, to name a few. The Marshall Islands may be separated geographically, but through your partnership in missionary work, help these people become unified in Christ more and more each day
Similar to the volcanoes it’s known for, Nicaragua is a country erupting with potential for an incredible experience in missions. As the largest country in Central America, there are many different ministries to get involved with on a trip here, especially in the area of medical care and programs that provide the people of Nicaragua with everyday needs. Observe a culture that is recognized for its warmth and hospitality as you demonstrate the love of Christ.
Nestled between Argentina, Brazil, and Bolivia, Paraguay is country that frequently gets overlooked. There is no lack of natural beauty or the opportunity to have an unforgettable mission experience within its colonial cities that almost feel frozen in time. Paraguay is also known for its many indigenous tribes that are spread across its biologically diverse landscape.