Tuesday Trips Highlights! June 18


There are another 4 teams traveling this week… again 2 in Haiti and 2 in Kenya. We are so thankful for our international staff who work so tirelessly to help team after team on the ground!

NorthPoint Community Church (Alpharetta GA) will be sending teams to both Bohoc Haiti and Ngaamba Kenya this week. The Haiti group will be digging and building pit latrines while the Ngaamba team is a medical missions trip.

Crosspoint Church (Cary NC) will be traveling to Michura Kenya to continue their partner work there while Seacoast Church (Charleston SC) will be working alongside the community of Leveque Haiti to paint houses. This project brings a lot of pride to the community… it is so bright and colorful. Pretty soon Leveque will look like a Haitian version of Seaside Beach!

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