Out of the House and Onto the Frontlines
You’ve quarantined, you’ve isolated, you’ve social-distanced, and you’ve been bursting at the seams to get out and help. If that’s you, then please come serve on the frontlines alongside us here at Frontline Response.
Our short-term mission trips are designed to:
- Empower believers to be bold in their faith
- Equip them with the necessary skills to lead
- Establish a culture of missions in their everyday life
Church groups, campus ministries, and small groups come to Frontline Response to experience firsthand how to serve on the frontlines rescuing individuals out of sex trafficking and homelessness, and preventing children from falling victim to either of those situations.
Mission trip attendees engage in a variety of outreaches including feeding our homeless neighbors, providing comfort and hope to those being commercially sexually exploited, sharing Christ with kids living in strategically identified neighborhoods, and so much more! Age-appropriate outreaches are custom-tailored to your team’s dynamics so that every attendee leaves with clarity and direction on not only who God is calling them to be, but what purpose they are called to fulfill.
We are happy to make available a shorter Power Trip as well as the slightly longer Missions Experience.
Power Trip | $350 | 3 Days
Missions Experience | $450 | 5 Days
Our trip to Frontline Response really impacted them in positive ways – it really ignited in them a fire and a fuel to expand the kingdom here at Tech. They’ve let the Spirit speak into those areas and on the whole have replicated what we did in Atlanta on our own campus here.
One of my students was deeply affected during her time at Frontline Response this past spring break. That week really made her come alive to community and following God. She is spiritually different and I would even say looks physically different from the change that has come on her life. She decided to get water baptized on Good Friday to rededicate her life to Christ and mentioned the trip to Atlanta in her testimony.
This week was the first time that many of the students had ever interacted with a homeless person, and the first time they had interacted in a real world type of situation with anyone of the Islamic faith. They talked about how they actually got to experience/use things they talk about in their Bible classes.
Is it safe?
Our Commitment Our Plans to Keep you Safe
We are actively monitoring and adapting to recommended health and safety protocols, which include:
- Facilities are being disinfected regularly
- We have enhanced preventive procedures for all outreaches and rescues
- Vehicles and prep stations are disinfected and reset after each outreach
- All team members are reminded to wash their hands frequently
- Each outreach is equipped with:
- alcohol-based hand sanitizer
- face masks
- non-latex gloves
- We maintain social distancing both at HQ and in the field
- Missions housing has been repurposed to ensure:
- minimal room occupancy
- social distancing in common areas
- Individuals who experience any symptoms (e.g. fever, cough, difficulty breathing) or known exposure are asked not to come to HQ until they have been tested and cleared of COVID