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 July 17 - 28, 2024  | Ghana

This relationally-driven trip provides an ideal opportunity for experienced travelers to help make an impact and build relationships with the Ghanaian people. The Crossing will be partnering with City of Refuge Ministries (CORM). City of Refuge is a home to children that have been rescued from a life of slavery in an area near Lake Volta. They teach these kids new skills, trades and about the love and hope of Jesus.

Partnering with us on this trip will lead you into an environment that will truly stretch you. Your eyes will be opened to the modern day slavery that is happening all around. This trip depends on your flexibility and ability to go with the flow as culturally the locals have a more relaxed attitude about time. Our team will work to assist CORM in whatever way is most needed, including: teaching a bible study, crafts with kids, medical assessments, and/or building projects.

Trip Dates: July 17 - 28, 2024
Trip Cost: $3, 150
Trip Leader: Perry Morgan
Trip Size: 8
Trip Open To: 18+



The team from The Crossing will travel to various locations throughout Ghana to teach about health, education, and facilitate projects at an orphanage for rescued boys. They will work alongside City of Refuge to engage in outreach. There may be construction projects for the team members and plenty of opportunities to engage in Ghanian culture and build relationships with the people who are living and working there. Further details will be determined closer to the time of the trip.


  • Due to the nature of this trip, there will be an interview process prior to applying.
  • Must attend The Crossing or live in Las Vegas with the ability to attend team meetings.
  • Pre-mission trip experience is preferred, but not required.
  • Open to anyone 18+
  • Must have a passport 75 days prior to departure.
  • Passport CANNOT expire within 6 months of departure.


  • How much do I pay directly to The Crossing? $3,150 per traveler. There will be a $300 deposit due within 7 days after applying that is fully refundable until the day registration closes.
  • What is included in the trip cost? Airfare, housing, transportation, supplies, traveler’s insurance and all meals while in Ghana.
  • What is not included in the trip cost? Passport, food while traveling to/from Ghana, snacks/drinks at corner stores, and Souvenir shopping money.
  • Worried about raising funds?  God will provide! Your hard work is still required though, so during team meetings, your leader will discuss fundraising tips and ideas to help you be prepared for your journey.


  • Transportation - Tightly packed vans will be used to get around the country; mostly on rough roads.
  • Housing - Teams will be staying in motels with all the basic necessities.