CRF offers mission trips in several countries around the world. You can join an existing mission trip, or organize a trip for your church or student group. Learn more about where you can take a short term mission trip and what your experience might look like!


As followers of Christ, we are called to be the hands and feet of Jesus. We are called to care for orphans and widows. We are called into the world. 

CRF Mission Trips are an incredible way to engage with the global mission of God. You will have the opportunity to get out of your comfort zone, sacrificially serve others, and most of all learn from believers living in another culture!

“What an incredible trip! We saw some amazing mountain views, walked over hills and valleys to visit families, and shared a love that was beyond words – and an overwhelming love was shown to us. We spent an hour or two with our sponsored kids. It meant so much for us to meet our sponsored children and their families. I’m blown away by the care and love CRF shows for each of the children sponsored in Honduras. They have worked hard to set up this child sponsor program so that children can go to school, receive food, clothes, and school supplies.”
— Rachel Shoener of LCBC


We’re excited to help you organize a life-changing mission trip to one
of our program locations!  We encourage you to get in touch with us since most of our trips, locations, activities can be adapted to meet the needs of your group.

We know that organizing a mission trip can seem daunting, but Bobby Moore, our Vice President of Global Operations, and Gayle Biggers, our
Trip Coordinator, will be here to support you each step of the way!

“We’ve been able to take three trips with CRF. The first one was in 2013 to Cap Haitien, Haiti, along with a group from Ole Miss. And the last few summers, we’ve led teams to Campamento, Honduras. CRF has really become a great vehicle for us to offer a short term mission experience to our students. The work that they do is great. It saves lives. It changes lives. The students have real, meaningful experiences, and learn lessons that they’ll take with them for the rest of their lives.”
— Rick Cochran, Troy University


  • Visit and connect with students at a CRF school 
  • Provide spiritual encouragement to HIV/AIDS patients
  • Visit a coffee plantation
  • Work alongside a local family to improve their home
  • Go on a safari
  • Host a VBS for CRF sponsored kids
  • And so much more!