We would absolutely love for you to join us on one of our teams!! We believe that when you are given the chance to serve others around the world, your life will never be the same! Since its inception in 2009, The Awakening has led teams to Guatemala, Costa Rica, Panama, the Dominican Republic, Malaysia, Australia, Haiti, Hungary, Wales, Belgium, Romania, and the Netherlands. Whether you are a student or student pastor, we want to give you that opportunity. The Awakening can help you find a spot on one of our open teams or design a team for your own group!
Our “open teams” provide opportunities to anyone who desires to join us and serve!
In each location, we connect with and serve local IPHC churches and communities with a goal to support and encourage their on-going ministry. It’s amazing to see how God can take a group of people who have never met before, unite them by His Spirit, and use them to make a difference in the lives of the people with whom they come into contact!
June 15-23, 2019
In Hungary we will be working alongside the Missionaries serving at our International Base. We will work with local IPHC congregations, lead a VBS program, assist with a church plant among the gypsy community, and share King Jesus with everyone we come into contact with!
June 18-26, 2019
Our mission trip to Haiti will include local church and community ministry, various work projects, as well as helping to serve the IPHC schools in different communities. We will be sharing the gospel through preaching, teaching, music, and drama all while loving on every person we come into contact with.
If you are a student pastor or leader and don't know the first thing about planning and leading a mission trip, don't worry! Just let us know. We would be happy to help you build a team from the ground up and lead your group on a life-changing adventure!
The people that I had the privilege to meet in Costa Rica reminded me of
my passion for missions. Our team traveled to Costa Rica to serve their
people, when ultimately they are the ones who served us. I am thankful
for broken Spanish and broken English
because somewhere in between, the brokenness is mended. There are no
language barriers in the Kingdom of God.
-Kalie Richardson, Costa Rica