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Vision Trips


See and experience Mission to the World's ministry in different areas of the world.

MTW vision trips come in all shapes and sizes, but they are designed with you in mind. Some trips target one ministry or geographic area; others are wide-ranging. Although a few trips provide limited opportunity for hands-on ministry, the focus is on vision rather than participation. All, however, offer personal challenge and spiritual growth. 


Gonaives, Haiti — ONEChild
June 6–13, 2015


MTW is hosting its first-ever vision trip specially designed to highlight MTW’s ONEChild sponsorship ministry. Whether you’re currently a ONEChild sponsor wanting to see firsthand how your gifts are changing lives, or  just want to get a feel for God’s work among children in Haiti, we’d love to have you join us. 

We will spend one week in Gonaives with MTW missionary Esaie Etienne and his family, participating in activities at the school where the sponsored children attend. You’ll help with Bible school and also share special activities with the children. It will be a fun and busy week of spending time with kids who rarely have anything special and creative in their lives. 

Many of you are already changing the life of a child. But this trip will also change you. We believe that after your visit to Haiti you will see the world differently, understand the heart of God even more, and significantly deepen your passion for missions in your church and community. We hope you will join us and come meet the children of Haiti. ?

When?   June 6–13, 2015
Cost? $650 ground costs plus airfare

If you are interested, please contact Kay Burklin at 863 258 4519 or email 

Japan, Sept.22 - Oct. 1, 2015

Experience one of the great nations of the world-a nation that is also hurting deeply. Japan looks good on the surface. It is relatively rich and has low unemployment. It is also one of the greatest mission challenges. Only 0.2 % of the population attends church, making Japan the largest unreached nation in the world.

Japan also has one of the highest suicide rates in the industrialized world. More than a million young people are traumatized by the pressure of this "perfect" society to the point that they refuse to even leave their homes. "Zero-defect" thinking and pursuit of perfection may be great for building cars, but it is terrible for families and human relationships.

Japan's greatest need is the gospel of Jesus Christ. That's why we are here! We are hoping that church leaders catch a vision for what God is doing in Japan.

Dates: Sept. 22-Oct 1, 2015

Cost: Approximately $1400 plus airfare. The cost of the trip will include housing, meals, and in-country transportation. Estimated cost based on double occupancy. Single rooms are available for an additional charge

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Contact Sue Harris
Phone: 678-823-0004 ext. 2143