BEM MISSION TRIPS
Due to the current pandemic, we are not taking large Mission Teams to Haiti until further notice. However, please check out this page to learn more about our typical trips and start making plans to join us some time in the future!
of the global body of Christ and the needs in third world countries.
with third world Christians.
Encourage Personal Spiritual Growth
for all participants.
Proper care for basic health and physical needs
Everyone working and making a contribution
Money contributed will go to designated projects
Work & worship with Haitians and team members
Overall spiritual impact for each team member
TYPES OF TRIPS
Providing vital medical treatment in one of our medical clinics
Taking part in our ongoing construction of our state-of-the-art Mercy Hospital
Visiting precious children in our RFA homes
Giving access to clean water through a well drilling project
Simply saying, "God, here I am, use me."
COST & MORE
The total cost per person varies depending on the nature of the trip.
A one-week orphanage trip cost is approximately $1800 per person; medical and construction trips are around $2000 per person.
Average: 1-2 weeks
Les Cayes, Haiti
BEM is currently building Mercy Hospital, a state-of-the-art healthcare facility. Mission teams work alongside Haitian nationals to construct this much-needed facility. Visit the GO-ICS Initiative site to learn more or click here for a photo timeline.
Trained medical personnel are needed to serve in BEM Clinics, run by Haitians and Americans in an effort to provide employment as well as the best care possible. We also operate mobile clinics in 12 villages, set up in well-known churches, visiting each village at least twice a year.
These teams focus on construction and maintenance in a variety of locations; currently our primary construction task is Mercy Hospital. There is work for anyone–from certified tradesmen to those willing to wield a paintbrush.
Teams with educational experience are needed to develop and lead teacher training seminars as well as instruct Haitian pastors and leaders through the BEM Institute for Theological Studies.
In Creole, "Restavec" is a term used for children who are sent to live with other families as slaves. Restavec Freedom Alliance is providing a safe, family centered environment in two Homes of Refuge, each with a Pastor’s families as the supporting parents. Learn more at RFAHaiti.org.
MY HAITI STORY
After each trip to Haiti, Pastor Lubin asks our team members to write a description of their experience, whether this was their first or 20th visit to Haiti. Each one reveals discoveries they have made about themselves, life and the beautiful land and people of Haiti. Read their reflections here.
Additonal trips TBA
If you find yourself being drawn to the mission and heart of BEM, why not consider coming with us for a trip to Haiti? The days you spend in this incredible country will stretch and deepen you as you experience Haiti for yourself.