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Example of Mission Trip Activities:

Medical assistance: We will be servicing people with medical care, medications, and screenings. First aid and nutrition is pivotal and will be given as well.

Orphanage Outreach: There are so many orphaned children currently living in Haiti. During these missions we will be visiting orphanages to give love and show kindness. We want to let these children know how special they are and that someone cares about them. Donations of treats, clothes, toiletries, and toys would be extremely helpful.

Hospital Visitation: Is a great way to share the love of Christ with people who need it the most. The patients in Haiti really need all of God’s love.

Feeding programs: There are many parts of Haiti that need food. Portions of food will be passed out to as many people as humanely possible. There are many people who are left without food due to hurricane activity followed by a crippling drought.

Explore Haiti: With every trip we promise to include time for you to explore the country as well as go shopping for local items to take home with you. The island has many beautiful and fun locations such as Fort Jacques.

Please keep in mind that Haiti is a third world country which means things can get very chaotic with unpaved roads and unpredictable inconveniences. This is all a part of the journey and can mean better things to come. We try to stick to the schedule as much as possible, but please allow room for unpredictable circumstances.

An Everyday Schedule

6:00 am- Rise and Shine

6:30 am Breakfast

7:15 am Devotion

8:00 pm “Let’s go serve” Departure

12:00 pm Lunch

2:00 pm “Let’s go home” Departure

4:30-5:15 pm Dinner

6:15-8:00 Revival

8:00 pm Departure

9:15 pm Short Meeting

10:00 pm Lights Out

Are Mission Trips Safe?

The answer is yes and very possibly no. There are always risks involved when you’re visiting a third world country to help enrich the lives of others. There are a few simple steps that you can take however to make sure that your trip to Haiti is as safe as possible:

  • Learn to speak the language: It will help if you learn to speak conversational Creole so that you can talk to someone in an emergency situation such as getting lost or trying to get to the hospital. Speaking the language gives you a lot of advantages when it comes to getting around the country safely.
  • Get vaccinated: There are no mandatory vaccines you need to take in order to gain entry into the country however because diseases like Malaria and Cholera tend to flare up constantly in that country. It would be a good idea to get vaccinated for these things.
  • Follow The Guidelines of your GCOM leaders. If you’re not staying with your leaders it is recommended that you stay at a guest hotel. Never go against the suggestions of your guides as they are the ones that will keep you safe during your trip.
  • Don’t drink unpurified water. Water borne illness is a constant problem in Haiti. Your guides will give you bottled water to drink and brush your teeth with. NEVER drink the local water.

 

Is it Safe to bring my Family?

The safety of your family always comes first. Keeping the risks in mind, a mission trip with GCOM is a great way to bond with your family while spreading the word of God. It’s also a great way for you to be a positive influence in your children’s life. What better way to teach the word of God than to show them how wonderful it is to share and give to others. We actually recommend for you to bring your friends, family, co-workers, and church groups. It’s a great way for you to experience the word of God with those that you love.

What You Need to Bring

You should bring along normal travel items with you on your mission such as toiletries, snacks, cosmetics, and clothes. For a faraway trip like Haiti, you should pack sunscreen, calling cards, and spending money.

Those in the medical field should bring their basic care tools. Women should dress modest out of respect for the Christian culture. Mosquito repellant is great to have as well.

Be sure to also donate any items you want to give out to the people on Haiti. You can view a donation packing list on the website. Feel free to contact us about bringing extra donations such as food, soap, medical supplies, clothing etc.

What Can be Expected

This trip is a spiritual journey when trying to help others. You can expect to be physically and hopefully emotionally pushed and stretched spiritually. Your experience in Haiti will be a life changer and you will never, ever forget it. People who have gone on missionary trips say that they experienced a closeness to God, a new appreciation for life, more compassion and a renewed love for mankind.

You can also experience daily devotionals with the people of Haiti. You’ll find that spiritual growth is just as big a part as humanitarian aid.

 

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