In the midst of the global COVID-19 pandemic, Missions is adapting to create possibilities for teams to help support individuals in a holistic way. In times of chaos and uncertainty, we are grateful for a God who is constant and faithful through it all and we believe, together, we can have an even greater impact for the Kingdom.
Serving with Buckner Missions
Are you compelled by your faith? Do you want to make a difference in the lives of children and families? You can serve others through comprehensive, hands-on ministry alongside Buckner staff around the world.
Hope From Home
Support physically, mentally, and spiritually. Although international trips have been cancelled through June 30, 2020, hope is never cancelled. Learn how you can shine hope from home.
Be a spiritual encouragement to Buckner staff, and vulnerable families around the world.
Beginning on May 14, at 11 a.m. Buckner Missions will host weekly Global Days of Prayer – gather with us live to pray for families and children in the countries where we operate.
Record and submit a 20 second video of you offering encouragement to field staff and families we serve as they continue to navigate the effects of COVID-19 on their personal lives and community.
Donate or re-direct the cost of your mission trip to life-giving services. Families we serve are in immediate need of support. $100 can support a family for a month with food and necessities. Your generosity matters.
We are hosting a series of webinars and roundtables where we will gather the experts and learn together. Topics will vary but center around helping you and your ministry be more effective.
International Mission Trips
On a Buckner mission trip, you will come alongside local staff who are on the ground day-in and day-out, making an eternal impact through their work in Family Hope Centers and other community programs. You can end your trip knowing the child who captured your heart will continue to be nurtured and cared for through our loving staff long after you're gone, and that you helped lift the heavy burden of 24/7 ministry of the staff, even if it's only for a few days.