Many people in Uganda live in Mud Huts.  Our teams have the opportunity to help families construct and repair their homes.  The process of “mudding” a hut is a very dirty process, one in which team members enjoy getting dirty for the day.


Every team to Uganda has the option of going on a Game Drive Safari through Murchison Falls National Park.  Teams get to see the beauty of God’s creation close up.  Animals seen on a drive include, elephants, lions, giraffes, water buffalo, and many exotic species of birds.


While in Uganda, our teams have the opportunity to visit a local congregation.  One of the team members has the opportunity to preach while the rest will get an opportunity to share short testimonies.  We always have a great time fellowshipping with local believers and usually have a traditional African meal after church.

Feeding Program

Many families in Uganda survive on less than one dollar a day.  These families usually only have the food that they grow in small gardens to eat on a daily basis.  The ministries we work with in Uganda are able to feed over 3000 children every school day.
This helps them get the needed food they may not get at home.  Our teams are able to assist with the feeding programs at various schools in the areas we serve.


A quality education is important everywhere, especially in Uganda.  Our teams have the opportunity to tutor students, train teachers, assist in classroom responsibilities, and even have time to play with the students at recess.

Water Well

Clean water is necessary for a healthy lifestyle and basic survival. Our teams have the opportunity to assist local villages in the construction and repair of water wells.

Night Bazaar

Night Bazaar is one of the best places to get your souvenirs and gifts for friends and family back home. It’s also a great cultural experience and there’s great food everywhere!

Sticky Falls

Bua Tong Waterfall, a.k.a., “Sticky Falls” is popular for its unusual limestone face, arranged in convenient steps, making it possible and safe to climb without too much difficulty. The water comes directly from a spring above the falls and cascades over the brown sandstone boulders to produce an unusual appearance.

Elephant Back Tours

You can’t come to Thailand without doing an Elephant Tour!


Hiking is a great way to share the Gospel with remote people groups and experience God’s creation in Thailand. If you like to hike and you like the share the Gospel, you’ll love Thailand.