Mission Trips To The Caribbean Basin!

Missionary Journeys in 2018

Pure Religion Project – James 1:27   Santo Tomas, Guatemala   https://carelinkinternational.wordpress.com 

Good Shepherd Orphanage & Carelink Kids Home in Santos and Blanchard, Haiti.

  • Guatemala – Reserve your dates now!
  • Still some dates available.
  • Haiti – Reserve dates for your own team or participate with a team working our teen camps in February or youth camps in July.
  • Cuba – contact Ron Maggard @ 561-818-4937
  • These trips are primarily evangelistic in nature. Our visiting teams are involved in village evangelism, new church plants, leader training, children’s ministries, and medical evangelism.
  • Customized mission trips for your church, youth group or college group.

Short-term, cross cultural missionaries: All of our trips are evangelistic. We will be working with our own local national pastors and churches. We will make use of various service evangelism opportunities on each trip. In some cases, this will mean working with the children in the orphanages and schools or with village Bible Clubs.  Some will be involved with our medical clinics and health fairs.

For pastors: We are training pastors and church leaders in each of these areas where we work to carry on and extend the work of the Lord. Many pastors have gone with us and are planning to go on these future trips to help us with that part of our ministry. If interested you or one of your staff may desire to teach some of our students who are enrolled in our Seminario Bautista Evangelismo. If you would be interested in going with us to help in any of these areas, on any of the trips listed or future trips, contact us at 561-818-4937 or write to rmaggard@juno.com for more information.

See our websites at www.BErenovate.com for more information.

What You Can Expect If You Go With Us.

In Guatemala we are presently working with young national pastors such as Salomon Gomez, Felipe Jimenez, Evilio Diaz, German Silvestre and evangelist Marcos Sosa, men who were trained in our ministry in south Florida or in Guatemala. Some of these were commissioned and sent out from our church, Iglesia Bautista Faro de Luz in Jupiter. We presently are working with  several who have started new churches and new mission works.

In Haiti we are working with Patmos Baptist ministries. Pastor Maurange Caneus of Patmos Baptist in Delmas 33, and Marassa, Pastor Riccardo St Gelus in Duvivier, and in Canaan with Pastor Felbert Merilus. We also have an orphan home in Santos for our Good Shepherd orphanage. See: http://www.orphansinhaiti.wordpress.com

Evangelistic / Church Planting Teams

Those who visit Guatemala will stay in the dormitories of the High Road Mission Center in Xejuyup. From this training and staging point we are working to evangelize the many towns and villages that are in this fairly remote mountainous area and beyond.

Those traveling to Haiti, Cuba and other destinations will have great accommodations tried and proven by our previous mission teams.

Children’s Ministry Teams

We find that children everywhere are open to hear the Good News of the Gospel and we do everything we can and use every means possible to provide activities and outreaches to involve the children and bring them together for the purpose of giving them the Gospel.

Medical Teams

One of the great needs in third world countries is for medical attention. On many of our mission trips we have trained and professional medical practitioners who travel with us prepared to open clinics that will see patients as well as operating heath fairs in the various areas where we are working with the churches, schools and orphanages. Sometimes those who have an interest in the medical aspect of our mission, but are not trained professionals are utilized to help with the intake, triage and various other important responsibilities that accompany a medical mission.

On our mission trips there is something for everyone to do.

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