Trip Activities

Revival Campaign & Evangelism

World Mission GO partner with local ministers & churches in Latin America to host Revival & Evangelism Campaigns. We acknowledge King David’s true sequence of revival and evangelism when he cries: “Create in me a clean heart, O God; and renew a right spirit within me … Restore unto me the joy of thy salvation; and uphold me with thy free spirit. Then will I teach transgressors thy ways; and sinners shall be converted unto thee.” Psalm 51:12-13

World Mission GO mission trips main focus is to follow the great command of our Lord Jesus, to preach to word to all nations. Revival & Evangelism Campaigns are done in every town and village we visit. Teaming up with the local churches we do different events to target the church members and the community.

We acknowledge that our job is to plant the seed, like the apostle Paul talks in the book of I Corinthians.  The salvation and healing are sovereign works of God through us. We are called to pray for the people that will hear the gospel, for their heart to be softened and for a revival of the church.


World Mission GO partner with different US organizations to help the communities. Working side by side with the local crews and families, we build simple, high quality and desperately needed structures, including:

          • homes for the homeless
          • churches for community worship
          • schools where children can learn
          • libraries where students can get educational support


Our mission trips involve the medical and dental support to rural areas and set up free clinics. Our outreach is coordinated with local service agencies and we make a sincere effort to serve their medical needs while also being sensitive and respectful of local cultural traditions.

The Yucatan Peninsula has been the target of our medical mission due to the poor condition of the drinking water. We treat hundreds of poor, needy patients in remote villages. Some have basic problems like fever or worms; others have life-threatening conditions.  We reach rural areas in the Yucatan Peninsula where the majority of adults do not speak Spanish and so the villages provided interpreters for the clinics. This meant interpreting from the Indian dialect into Spanish into English back to Spanish and back to the Indian dialect for over half of the patients.

Eye glasses are also distributed mainly to the elderly. Many are thankful and excited to be able to read their Bible again. Some of them can’t read and it’s a challenge to get to right pair of glasses. World Mission GO partner with organizations in the US to receive the glasses.