FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Q: What does a short-term trip with FGIM look like?
A: Trips vary based on the strengths of each team. We have opportunities for teams to help with community outreach, teaching English classes, VBS in the community, construction projects, medical clinics, and so much more!
Q: How much does a trip with
A: Typically trips last for one week and are $875 per person. This includes breakfast and dinner, lodging, transportation, translators, and trip planning assistance.
Q: What are the guest house accomodations like?
A: We have a bunk room for men and a bunk room for women each with their own bathroom. While you stay with us for the week you will have access to clean water for drinking and bathing, as well as internet!
Q: When can I come?
A: Please email firstname.lastname@example.org indicating you are interested in learning more about a mission trip. Our staff will contact you and would be happy to talk with you about scheduling a trip!
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WHY FUTURE GENERATION INTERNATIONAL MISSIONS?
FGIM is committed to educating, equipping, and empowering the peo-ple of Haiti to promote lasting change for generations to come. Currently FGIM has an all girl’s orphanage, a school, adult English classes, and a church. When you send a team to work alongside local missionaries at FGIM’s base in Jacmel, Haiti you have the chance to come alongside the local church and the work that God has already begun in Haiti. You have the opportunity to join in the efforts of reaching the lost for Jesus Christ, educating the local community, and simply participate in being the hands and feet of Jesus!
We believe that God has called each of us to be ministers of the good news of Jesus Christ. We believe in the power of short term missions to to make a lasting impact on not only those in Haiti, but on those that God has called to go.
“I was thankful to see the Gospel-centeredness of the VBS and children’s/youth ministry. It was very comforting to know that we were working with an organization (FGIM) that genuinely cares about doing Gospel ministry.” – Short Term Missionary from Madison