May the favor of the Lord our God rest on us;
establish the work of our hands for us—
yes, establish the work of our hands.
Why do we go? Short-Term Missions
Going on a mission trip means one’s focus must remain on Jesus and His
ministry. Check your heart. Maintain a servant attitude. Preparation is key.
Stay in prayer. Not only are we there to minister to the Choctaw
people but also to each other. We go on a mission trip to focus on
God and His purposes, not our own. Our main focus is on what God is
doing not what we are doing. May we pray first, and go on short-term missions
in order to make a significant contribution for God's purpose and His kingdom.
Therefore, we are making plans and preparing for this 2020 mission trip. We had a
2019 team of 22 willing participants to share the love of Jesus with the Choctaw people.
We always thank everyone for their prayers. We will have a Vacation Bible School for children
and adults and do any repairs and light construction that we can do with the time and
money God provides.
Read further on this website for any information you might need for our trip this coming June.
And thanks for your interest in the Choctaw Mission Trip.
May God bless you richly!
Who is eligible to go on this mission trip?
Individuals who are willing to live in a simple environment;
Those who are willing to share God’s love in word and deed;
Those who are willing to praise the Lord together and pray together;
Those who are committed to work together to bring the Choctaw people to a real commitment to Jesus Christ;
Those who have committed his/her life to Christ, are in good standing in his/her local church and are willing to use his/her talents, time and financial resources;
Those who are willing to share “the whole gospel with the whole person”.
If you are interested in this mission trip, but just don’t feel you can serve away from home, you are more than welcome to help us in any way: prayer, preparations, and/or donations.