Such projects include:
• Mission trips and church planting
• Feeding programs
• Vision Trip, work projects including medical camps
• Visitation/ prayer ministry to the sick and needy
• Vacation bible school outreach programs
• Construction – School improvements
• Volunteering, and Sports Evangelism
• School for Orphans and Vulnerable Children
• School for Children with Disabilities
• Inter denominational Crusades amongst other broader aspects.
• Community improvement
What to expect:
Short-term Mission Trips:
Short-term missions trips range from 1 week to 8 months. Volunteers are welcome as individuals and join our weekly outreach programs and work in areas of praise and worship, games and crafts and sharing the love of Christ with the most vulnerable youth of Kenya and beyond, many of whom live in the slums of Nairobi. Volunteers also work in a project of their choice. You can either volunteer in orphanages, children’s’ homes, join a sports ministry outreach to street children, teach in a school for orphans and vulnerable children in the slum, teach in a school for children with disabilities, or work in a medical clinic.
This is the foundation of our organization. The way we feed the hungry, shelter the homeless, teach and take care of the poor, are all done through our missions work. If you wish to support us, or even join us on one of our mission trips, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or +254 721 261 674
‘I was hungry and you gave me something to eat, I was thirsty and you gave me something to drink, I was a stranger and you invited me in, I needed clothes and you clothed me, I was sick and you looked after me, I was in prison and you came to visit me”
”Also I heard the voice of the Lord, saying, whom shall I send and wo will go for us? Then I said, Here I am; send me”- Isaiah 6:8
The Great Commission
“And Jesus came and spoke unto them saying, “All power is given unto me in heaven and in earth. Go you therefore, and teach all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father, and of the Son , and of the Holy Spirit: Teaching them to observe all things whatsoever I have commanded you, and lo, I am with you always, even unto the end of the age. Amen-” Matthew 28:18-20
“But into whatsoever city you enter, and they receive you not, go your ways and out into the streets of the same and say, Even the very dust of your city which cleaves on us we do wipe off against you, nevertheless be sure of this, that the kingdom of God as come near unto you”- Luke
Kenya Mission Trip: “Travel with us and make a difference in someone’s life”
SAMPLE CUSTOMIZABLE SAFARI ITINERARY.
Day 1:- Arrival Nairobi
On arrival at the JKIA, we will be there to meet you for assisted transfer to your hotel of stay. Depending on the time of arrival, a city orientation tour will be conducted. Overnight at an hotel in Nairobi. [BB].
Day 2:- Kibera -Madhare Slums
Today we set off after breakfast. We visit Kibera slums during the morning hours. Our tour includes a visist toa children’s orphanage, selected households (to meet, share with and pray for the sick and bedridden). We finalize our tour with a visit of the government’s slums upgrading project, where new houses have been built to resettle the slum dwellers.
Lunch will be followed by an afternoon visit of Mercy Care Center, Mercy Care Centre in Madhare 4A to meet the children. We have lined a few activities including class lessons, games, and painting of the class rooms. Return to your hotel for dinner and overnight stay.
(We recommend you bring on Bibles, children ,play balls ,story books, pens, candies, used clothes, toys etc as give aways to the children-)
Day 3:- Nairobi – St. Barnados Children’s Home
After your breakfast in Nairobi, drive to the home of orphans called St. Barnados home located in Nairobi. Children bravely born but they have lost their parents. After a lecture with them, continue to Nyumbani home, a place for the Aids people. Share a word of encouragement with them and a hope for the future. Dinner and overnight at an hotel in Nairobi. [BB].
Day 4:- Nairobi – Thika
After your breakfast drive towards Thika Town. Pay a visit to Thika School for the blind and Joy town primary school in Thika for the disabled children, this school has a few number of children but its worth visiting them. You will you’re your lunch in one of these places. Later drive back to Nairobi for Overnight Stay. Nairobi Safari Club/Crowne Plaza [BB].
Day 5: Kijabe Mission Hospital and The Nest Children’s Home
We will travel to Kijabe, Kenya, home to the AIM Mission Station, one of the largest mission stations in the world. On station, teams will connect with Kijabe Mission Hospital, CURE Hospital, and Rift Valley Academy, one of the premier schools on the continent. Our visit will also include a visit to the Nest Childrens Home- Since 1994, the Nest Children’s Home has been providing care for children whose mothers are imprisoned. The Nest is located in rural Limuru, Kenya, about 20 miles from Nairobi, and is directed by Irene Baumgartner.
Operation Rescue: The Nest
Working with the courts and the Kenyan Children Services, Nest social workers strive to locate the best form of protective custody for each child while its mother is imprisoned. If no willing family member is located, the Nest accepts custody of the child and begins the process of integrating the child into the ever-changing community of the Nest. The accumulated affects of poverty, neglect and/or abuse, plus sadness of being separated from mom are often evident in children when they arrive at the Nest. The staff works hard to comfort and welcome each child. Daily chores, school and the activity of the Nest becomes the child’s new routine. The Nest also ensures that each child gets to visit its mother in prison. Dinner and overnight in Nairobi.
Day 6:- Nairobi-Naivasha
After breakfast, we leave for Naivasha town (we will make a stop at the Great Rift Valley view point for photos), visiting a children’s home at Karatu-The project is a brainchild of Lighthouse Ministries-Minnesota. After we share with the girls, we proceed to Lake Naivasha- The highest of all the Rift Valley lakes, Lk. Naivasha is a beautiful shallow freshwater lake fringed by thick papyrus reeds. The waters of the lake draw great array of bird life to its shoreline. Buffalo wallow in the swamps, whilst the large hippo population laze their days in the shallows. Giraffe wander among the acacia, whilst the Colobus monkeys swing from the green canopies ABOVE. From here, you can visit Elsamere, Crescent Island game sanctuary or Hells Gate National Park (optional extras). Dinner and overnight in Naivasha.
Day 7:- Naivasha-Kisumu
After breakfast, we leave for Kisumu- Kenya’s third largest city, arriving in time for an early lunch. Afternoon visit of Nyalenda slums and a childrens home. Dinner and overnight stay at the Imperial Hotel/ Similar
Day 8:- Kisumu-Oyugis
After lunch, we drive for around 2-3 hrs to a rural home in Oyugis. You will experience a very different set up and life style here. Share with the locals. We will spend the night here. (Please do not expect the kind of town-hotel-facilities in a normal hotel here). All meals are home cooked or at an hotel which will not be that luxurious. Overnight at Hill Breeze Hotel or at a Rural Homestead with locals- (B/L/D)
Day 9:-Oyugis-Kisii- Masai Mara
After breakfast, we proceed to Kisii (1hr drive) and make a brief stop at the Kisii Soapstones where you can browse for some souvernirs. We proceed to the Mara arriving intime for a late lunch at the lodge. Enjoy an evening game drive. Dinner and overnight at Sarova Sopa Lodge/Mara Chui Cottages- (B/L/D)
Day 10:- Masai Mara
Early morning 6.30am game drive will be provided. Return to the campsite or lodge in time for breakfast before proceeding for a Masai cultural village visit. Evening game drive will expose to you to the survival of the fittest in the jungle as the predators try to make their kill before dusk. Dinner and overnight at Sarova Sopa Lodge/ Mara Chui Cottages- (B/L/D)
Day 10:- Masai Mara- Nakuru
After breakfast depart Masai Mara for Lake Nakuru National Park in the Great Rift Valley. Nakuru is known for its millions of flamingoes turning the lake pink and thus called “the Pink Lake” and the rhino sanctuary. Visitors have an opportunity to view the rhino, one of the most endangered animal species in Kenya. Afternoon game drive, dinner and overnight at Sarova Lion Hill /Lake Nakuru Lodge- (B/L/D)
Day 11:- Nakuru- Samburu Game Reserve
Leave Nakuru after breakfast for Samburu Game reserve in the northern frontier of Kenya. Evening game drive. Dinner and overnight at a lodge/ luxury camp- (B/L/D)
Day 12:- Samburu Game Reserve
Morning and afternoon game drives in Samburu with a lunch and leisure break in the mid afternoon. The reserve is home to Rare drought resistant animals that are peculiar to the semi- arid region north of the equator. These include the reticulated giraffe, grevy’s zebra, the beisa Oryx, gerenuk and the blue-shanked Somali ostrich. Samburu is dry most of the year but is watered by the Ewaso Nyiro River, which rises in the Aberdare’s and drains in the Lorain Swamp north of Shaba National Reserve. Overnight and all meals at a lodge/camp – (B/L/D)
Day 13:- Samburu to Nairobi & Depart
Depart Samburu in the morning and drive back to Nairobi arriving at Nairobi Serena for lunch. Afternoon at leisure/freshen up and park. Farewell dinner at The Carnivore Restaurant then transfer to the airport for onward flight back home. – (B/L/D)
• Arrival and departure airport transfers
• All meals as specified
• Accommodation in hotels/camps/ lodges and homesteads as will be applicable
• All park entry fees
• Bottled mineral water throughout
• Transport in a custom 4×4 safari vans/Cruisers
• Support staff , professional driver guides throughout
• Authentically branded safari gifts
• Farewell dinner on departure