Destiny Missions

2013 Mission Trip Destinations


Guatemala: MOTION Trip

Synopsis: Guatemala has the fourth highest rate of chronic malnutrition in the world and the highest in Latin America and the Caribbean. Living conditions have become poorer with time and programs to help the community other than the public schools are minimal. Objectives: Bring evangelism and community aid to the region of Santo Domingo, Guatemala. Students will help in hunger campaigns, summer evangelistic events at schools, andVBS for street children. Projected Date: June 8th to June 14th, 2013 Haiti: Surrender Trip
Synopsis: Haiti is the poorest nation in the western hemisphere and the 11th poorest nation in the world. After the devastating earthquake that killed scores of people, orphans have been left to try to survive in the midst of great tragedy. Foreign aid has been blocked by corruption and disorganization in the government.

Objectives: To work with our missionary Terri Ann Stokes in the area of Jubilee,Haiti and the missions group she is with by ministry in street evangelism, orphan care, Church building projects, and others.

Projected Date: May of 2013 Exact Dates TBD


Dominican Republic: Destiny Missions

Synopsis: The Dominican Republic is the other nation that shares the island “The Hispaniola” with Haiti. Although it may not be as poor as Haiti, many people have fled from Haiti into the Dominican Republic, creating an increasing impoverishment of the people there. The nation has not been able to recover from a dictatorship that ruled the country for decades before being dismantled in the 1960s. Children, from ages 11 and up, are welcome to come as long as one of their parents is present.

Objectives: We will work in the community of San Cristobal and will provide medical clinics, education support to orphans, various construction projects, water filtration systems, widespread evangelism, and local church equipping.

Projected Date: May 28th – June 4th, 2013


Nepal: Destiny Missions – Human Traffic Focus

Synopsis: Nepal is right between India and China. It hosts the magnificent Himalayan mountains, but it is also the home of 29 million people, most of which live in extreme poverty. It is, in fact, one of the poorest and least developed nations in the world. One of the worst tragedies of late is the rapid increase of child sex traffic from Nepal into big cities in India such as Delhi, Bombay, and Mumbai.

Objectives: We will work with local missionaries in medical, evangelism, and emotional support to victims who have been rescued from human traffic and returned to Nepal. There will also be evangelism to the nearby communities of the nation’s capital, Kathmandu.

Projected Date: October 15th -October 27th, 2013