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"And whatever you do in word and deed, do all in the name of the Lord Jesus, giving thanks through Him to God the Father." Colossians 3:17

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How Serving in Word & Deed Works

We will work with your church to identify a people group to serve, or you may choose to serve one of your current missionaries.  Next, we'll identify their needs and determine how we can meet them together.  We encourage you to select a team to visit your missionary or people group on the front lines.  If you do not have a trip leader, we will provide one.  The team will deliver Bibles and/or the serving option that your church has chosen.  This breathes new life into the missionary's work as well as bringing global perspective and excitement into the life of your congregation.  We will provide fresh opportunities to foster long term relationships with those on the field.

Please take a few minutes to watch the video examples of a few serving options we've set up for churches. Click on any of the countries on the menu to learn more about possible trips.

Where May God Be Sending You? 2019


Short-Term Trips (cost+airfare)
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Day Trips: Mexico $35
Click on Date for REGISTRATION
If you cannot GO, please consider GIVING to SEND someone else, Click HERE. Learn more at ReachingtheHungry.org or contact Trips@ReachingtheHungry.org.

2019 Mission Trips

Click HERE to request more info on trips. 

More trips will be added & dates finalized 
as the year goes on, so keep checking back.

2019's RtH Trips
  • January 12 • Planning Meeting
  • January 25 • Constructions Trip Assessment & Planning
  • February 16 • RtH Warehouse Day Email carlos@reachingthehungry.org
  • March 30 • Mexico 1-Day Construction Day Registration Form
  • April 27 • Mexico 1-Day Orphanage Trip Registration Form
  • May 5-17 • Malawi Mission Couple's Trip 
  • June 1 • Mexico 1-Day Orphanage Trip Registration Form
  • June 9-20 • Philippines Mission Trip 
  • July 6-13 • Guatemala Mission Trip
  • July 21-Aug 2 • Malawi Mission Trip
  • Aug 13-21 • Costa Rica Mission Trip
  • Aug 31 • Mexico 1-Day Orphanage Trip Registration Form
  • Oct 6-18 • Malawi Mission Trip
  • Dec 7 • Mexico 1-Day Christmas Outreach Registration Form
  • Dec 19 • Mexico 1-Day Christmas Orphanage Trip Registration Form
2020's RtH Trips
  • July 7-16 - Oberammergau Passion Play & Reformation Heritage Tour 

Gracie's Philippines Blog

Going Back
by Grace Beougher (Sales)


Going back was harder at first then I imagined. 

I was so excited to go with the team, including my fiance, Zac, and show them my life there but part of me didn't know if returning would bring back all the stress that I felt when I was there or if it would feel like a heartbreak when the time came to return to the States again. 

Ever since my first overseas missions trip with my dad to Malawi when I was 17 yrs. old (nearly 10 years ago!), I've struggled with culture-shock and heartache each time I stepped off a plane and back onto U.S. soil. Part of my heart was left with each ministry I worked with and each seed I planted/watered. However, leaving the Philippines last year to return to the U.S. was a much more severe separation than ever before. I had been gone longer this time and I experienced stress, fatigue, and loss during my time in the Philippines. Being back home in the U.S. felt comfortable and safe which made part of me want to avoid the feelings involved in returning to my host culture (the Philippines) and then having to say goodbye to it once more. 

With my dad on one side and Zac on the other, I gained the courage and motivation to return. If they experienced what I had maybe they would begin to understand my stories. 

We returned to the small mountain village where I had spent almost a month 3 years prior. The little community of believers that my previous team had the privilege of baptizing was now ready for their first church building and they were in need of supplies to build the foundation. Our small team, my dad (Carlos), my fiance (now husband! Zac), med-student (Kenya), basketball guru (Tanner), and myself were packed onto several motorcycles for the hour trip up the mountain into the village. We spent the night in hammocks, visited the homes of the people, and hosted a Jesus film "movie night" for everyone there. After our night in the village, we hopped on a bus for 7 hours and headed toward Davao (where I had spent majority of my two and a half years there serving in the maternity clinic). There we met our ministry partners the Wicks. 

With the Wick family and their ministry team we got to:

  • Visit House of Hope (a home for children fighting cancer)
  • Help with their kids ministry "Buhi" (much like a weekly VBS program)
  • Play lots of basketball with their basketball ministry (which instills godly principles in children and teaches them how to memorize scripture)
  • Serve with a food program
  • Share at a truck rally (with some of the wealthiest and most influential men in Davao)
  • Attend & Encourage the Wick's church
  • Distribute Love Packs (food, toiletries, & other necessities delivered door-to-door to the poorest communities in Davao)
  • Pray over many many people!
  • Also, Kenya and I were able to serve a couple times in the clinic that I had worked with before. It was a whirlwind of a trip and God worked mightily. 
It was a privilege to show my home to the team and I was reminded of all the wonderful things I missed about living in the Philippines. It was filled with fun memories and joy and less anxiety then I had imagined in returning. God allowed me to re-experience so many things that I loved about my previous time in my host culture.

Ultimately, I was reminded that the anxieties a person can have when traveling to another country can happen for a variety of reasons. Whether this is the first time going on a trip or whether they've been going for 10 years, stepping off a plane in a new culture is not an easy thing to do, even if you're certain it's what God has asked you to do. Mission Trips are difficult; they can be stressful and anxiety-producing but when you take the opportunities that God has given you, to love in ways that He has equipped you, He will show up. God will always reach towards us through ways we couldn't have imagined and often in ways that stretch us in our fears and anxieties. Going on a Mission Trip and following through with the prayer, fundraising, traveling, and evangelism may just be God's way of reaching towards you & His children living half a world away. 

If you see some of yourself in my story or maybe you sense God asking you to reach out, consider joining RTH on the next trip to the Philippines this summer:

Mexico Orphanage Trip Video - Sept 29th 2018

Orfanatorio Emmanuel

We are so grateful for the time we get to spend serving this community! Check out our latest trip recap video here:

We're Back From Discipleship & Church Planting!

We are back from our latest trip to Malawi! Here are some highlights:
To continue or to begin supporting the work we're doing in Malawi, click HERE, and to find out more about Discipleship Journeys with Jesus, click HERE.

Philippines Mission's Trip