Want to see life past the short term mission trip?

Thinking about going on the mission field full-time?

This internship is for you.


Opportunities include: help serve and lead with short mission teams in construction projects, feeding programs, orphan care, VBS, medical/dental clinics and any other activity or project. Partner with us in the medical and malnutrition clinics and work alongside us as we partner with our local Haitian church.


When not assisting teams or being involved in other ministries, experience the daily life of a missionary by attending churches, visiting new areas of ministry, grocery shopping, running errands, daily housekeeping, yard work, and all duties that keep a household running. Either way - there are opportunities to invest in and influence the people in everyday life in Haiti. Most importantly, we'll be building relationships with the locals, bringing them hope, encouraging them through compassion and care, while showing them the love of Christ.


Your next step will be to download our application, fill it out and send it back to us. 

(applications will only be accepted through email).


We're currently taking applications for internships! Please be advised Haiti is currently a Level 4 travel advisory. Please check with your travel insurance to assure coverage. 



Following the Lord's calling for my life has not always been easy, but it always is so rewarding. When I knew God was calling me to go to a place where I had never been, to stay with people I had never met, I was very intimidated. The Price family welcomed me with open arms, and I quickly felt like part of their family. They taught me so many things that have greatly impacted my life, and helped me to grow closer to the Lord. Through my internship,


God made clear to me my calling to serve on the mission field and He gave me a huge heart for the people in Haiti. I was challenged in many ways, was placed outside of my comfort zone daily, and made amazing relationships. I thoroughly enjoyed serving alongside the Prices, and I particularly loved attending the local Haitian church. 

I believe the Price family is a wonderful example of how to faithfully pursue following God. In many ways I have witnessed them living out their faith, which is such an encouragement to my own personal walk with the Lord. I treasure the time I spent in Haiti interning with the Price family, and I look forward to seeing how God continues to work through them.



The six weeks I spent as an intern in Haiti was filled with many experiences in which God taught me through. I wasn’t sure why God brought me there at the beginning of it, but by the end, God showed me the calling He has given me to live on mission, as well as teaching me the importance of relationships and relying on God’s strength rather than my own.


While living alongside the Price family, they showed me how to live intentionally while being on the mission field. I remember hearing Troy and Gwyn saying numerous times during my stay there that “it’s all about relationships” meaning, relationships present the opportunity for others to truly see the gospel being lived through you rather than hearing you preach it alone.


The relationships I made during my internship has pushed me to be more intentional with those who live in America but also caused me to have a bigger heart for Haiti and its people.