Are you ready for a life-changing adventure? GAIN International humanitarian outreach trips partner with local ministries and churches in countries across the globe to serve those in need and share the love of Jesus Christ. Whether serving with a story team in Central Asia, conducting a WaSH training in Zimbabwe, or delivering food to the needy children in Guatemala, you will be blessed as you take part in transforming lives through compassion in a dynamic, hands-on mission adventure.
Upcoming Trips (Click on the photo for more information)
The East Africa Prayer Walk is for a limited number of participants to journey on a prayer walk in a closed country. Praying on location can lead to praying with unique insight. This type of intercessory prayer allows the participant to use the five senses – sight, hearing, smell, taste, and touch – to increase the intercessor’s understanding of prayer needs and bring these needs before the Lord as if they were their own.
We’re planning many other humanitarian outreach trips. Let us keep you up-to-date on these and other opportunities.Request Information
Updates from the field
In March 2010, a GAIN mission team in San Pablo la Laguna, Guatemala found a family with a newborn, Lis, that was dying because she was unable to nurse. The team was able to help get formula and bottles for her and provide the family with clean water which saved her life. We received this recent picture of Lis in 2013, now 3 1/2 years old, alive and healthy because God used our team.Watch her video
Pete Nazarith entered his country’s National University of Biology and Chemistry in 1962. He entered their single official leper colony in 1970, but not as a doctor or scientist. He entered it as a patient.“Leprosy,” according to Nika, a GAIN volunteer working in the colony today, “is a disease that affects the whole body, all the organs, and kills the bones.” Pete was helped by a GAIN Central Asia team where they were able to minister and pray with him.Read Pete’s Story
Last November, a GAIN team met the family of Juana Marisol in San Juan Cotzal, Quiche, Guatemala. Her parents asked them to pray for her and showed them a huge growth on her back. Many on the team and other friends donated money and this November she was finally able to have surgery. This interaction with the family this past year has given the pastor and our local staff opportunities to minister to this sweet family in so many ways. Please pray for her continued healing!