Gallup, New Mexico

“The FOCUS missions trip has been a huge step forward in my walk with Christ. You don’t know how much you need God until He is all you have. Being so much out of your element forces you to lean on Him, and now I have an idea of what that is like in everyday life.”

- Aaron Pribanic, University of Nebraska

 

 

The Indian reservations in Gallup, New Mexico, claim some of the highest rates of poverty in the United States. Come work with the Missionaries of Charity in the heart of this poverty, bringing the light of Christ and a heart of cheerful service to the people of Gallup. We will also be at a St. Anthony’s Mission School on the Zuni reservation where we will work shoulder to shoulder with the people of this tribe, both on manual labor projects and in the school. Experience a spiritual rebirth as you pray and share your life with the Native Americans of this reservation.

Spring Break

  • Dates: March 15 – 23 2014*
  • Trip Director: Julie Bushaw
  • Mission Co-Leaders: Eric Maschue, Andrea Francios, Paul Moye
  • Amount to Fundraise: $450* + Transportation to Albuquerque, NM

 

* Dates and amount to fundraise subject to change

  1. Each FOCUS Missions participant has the opportunity to fundraise the entire cost of their mission trip. Consider that fundraising allows people who may not have the opportunity to travel on a mission trip to participate in this essential work through you. In another sense, “some give by going while others go by giving.” Allowing others to support us through their financial commitments and prayers is essential to the success of FOCUS Missions!
  2. You will be contacted by your personal fundraising coach soon after you have been accepted on a mission trip to train and mentor you in each step along the way.
  3. Please feel free to contact us at any time by phone or email with your fundraising questions.

“The FOCUS missions trip has been a huge step forward in my walk with Christ. You don’t know how much you need God until He is all you have. Being so much out of your element forces you to lean on Him, and now I have an idea of what that is like in everyday life.”

- Aaron Pribanic, University of Nebraska

Coming Soon!