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Missions with Children's Cup

Missions with Children's Cup

   Halle Erwin
   15 February 2019

A mission trip will not only give you a chance to see what your support of Children’s Cup is accomplishing, but it will change your life forever. Guaranteed.

Our founder Dave Ohlerking used to tell people, “Once you go to Africa, you’ll go back in your mind every day.” He said that because it’s true. It gets in you. There’s something special about holding an orphan, and knowing that you’re actually doing the things that are needed to not just keep him alive, but to give him hope of a bright future.

When we asked a recent mission trip team to sum up their experience in one or two sentences, here’s what they said:

 “One of the best five things I have ever done in my life.” 

“One of the most life-changing trips ever.”

 “Amazing. Absolutely wonderful.”

“It was an all-around amazing experience and the people are the part that made it the greatest!”

“Everyone and everything was absolutely perfect and there is no way I could of asked for anything better. I meet some wonderful and loving people who sacrificed a lot!” 

“Just awesome.”

When we asked, knowing what they know now if they would go on this trip again. They said:


Maybe twice a year!! Once is just not enough!”

“Absolutely!!! Words cannot describe how great this experience was!”

So, what do you say? Are you ready to go? Let's go! Learn more about upcoming mission trip opportunities.  

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