for a day of prayer and fasting!
We are focusing on prayer for the first quarter of 2023. With that, we are incorporating a day of fasting as we bring our prayers to God! Let's seek Him together, dwell in His presence, and be sensitive to His Spirit and calling on our lives.
XMA at a glimpse
Serving on 8-12 day mission trips, our volunteers travel to unreached people to share the Gospel. Often we utilize needs based ministry such as assisting in medical and dental treatments, providing clean water, construction, education, and other basic needs to those we encounter to open a door for the message.
God has given us a desire and a purpose to use our gifts and skills - evangelism, medical, teaching, prayer, listening, and caring - to further His kingdom!
Where we go
I traveled with XMA to Honduras, and it was such an amazing trip. The staff was so wonderful, the mission was great, and it really changed my life in a big way getting to be a part of an XMA trip. Very professional, very kind, very spirit-led, very selfless, and, like the name says, adventurous.
Extreme Missionary Adventures is a great organization for those wanting to answer God's call to go! They take care of every detail of the trip so that all you have to do is show up and focus on the work that God has planned! Take a trip with them, you won't regret it!!! I am already looking forward to two more possible trips that God has laid on my heart!
The most selfless people I’ve ever known is the best way to describe the devoted people working on behalf of XMA. They sacrifice their own lifestyles to help with the needs of others, going places most people would never consider going. I couldn’t be more proud to donate to such an amazing organization.
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The Present of Prayer
The Present of Prayer One thing have I asked of the Lord, that will I seek after: that I may dwell in the house of the Lord all the days of my life, to gaze upon the beauty of the Lord and to inquire in his temple. – Psalm 27:4 “Daddy, what did you get me?” This is what I hear most often from my children when…Read More