Reaching the indigenous tribe / Mercy outreach to the poor / Providing Medical care / Pastor’s Conference / Youth Evangelism

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About Mission Trips to Philippines

From world-class beaches and international diving spots to breath-taking nature sights and lively regional festivals around the country, the Philippines with its some 7,400 islands ranks as one of the world’s top tourist destinations. The people are known for their cheerful spirit and warm hospitality. English is widely spoken and read.

Though hailed as a Christian Asian nation, much of the population lacks a personal encounter with Jesus Christ. National interest in righteous governance during 2010 elections may indicate approaching revival. Thousands of indigenous people groups still need to be reached with the Gospel.

Ministry in Philippines

Reaching indigenous tribes and the nation

Teams, out of necessity, will spend time driving to a variety of sites in order to reach the people. Some locations may require teams to travel by boat getting to the communities. Teams will distribute basic goods and will have an opportunity to share the Gospel.

Many Filipino families live below the poverty line. A great way to reach them is through giving basic goods such as food or preparing a meal and then sharing the good news of the gospel with them.

Mini Conferences

The team may conduct workshops or seminars on disciple-making, pastoral care or leadership to equip the Pastors in the area. Also included may be teaching on the family – child raising and general health care.

Youth Evangelism

The team may participate or conduct youth and children ministries in several locations which may include both high school and public school.

Mission Trip Info

Airfare and In-country Transportation

At Global Infusion, we are committed to taking care of as many logistical details as possible, so you, the short-term missionary, can focus on your INFUSION ADVENTURE.  We facilitate all the airline travel booking as it is included in the trip cost.  We also are responsible for the organization of all in-country transportation.  The cost of your flight is included in the total trip cost.

Passports & Visas

A valid passport is required. Philippine visa is not required for Americans who will stay for not more than 21 days.

If you do not have a valid passport, please click here to obtain one.


A recent tetanus and Hepatitis A and B are both recommended. If you have any questions or concerns about your immunizations, please contact your family physician before they are administered.

The team shall be staying at a hotel; most meals will occur at nearby restaurants approved by our contacts. All transport and travel shall be arranged by our contacts.

As the team will be traveling, ccommodations will include staying in dorm-type facilities; and or local hotels – each person will have their own bed (sleeping bags are not required). Food will be prepared by sanctioned cooks and bottled water or purified water will be readily available. Raincoats or ponchos may be needed during rainy season.

There will be plenty of opportunity for souvenir shopping at specialized markets as well as malls. Some site seeing or special tours may be arranged depending on the team’s locations for each particular trip.
All other information, including what to pack, weather conditions, country history, fundraising techniques, health recommendations, and cross-cultural travel tips are all included in the INFUSION ADVENTURES manual you will receive once your application and deposit has been turned in to Global Infusion.

$3,000- $3,400 per person (depending on team size, length of trip, season of the year)

10-14 day trip [ airfare included ]

Plan A Trip To Philippines

Whether you’re interested in setting up a short-term trip for your team or you’re called to the nations longterm, Global Infusion can help you follow your calling and customize a trip to any of our ministry sites. 

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