Missions in 30337 Zip Code
Frequently Asked Questions About Missions
Missions, groups of people sent abroad by a religious organization to spread messages of faith and goodwill, are integral to the global peace effort. Missions can be based in Christian, Catholic, Jewish, Mormon, and Baptist faiths, all with a single goal of providing healthcare, education and medical assistance to poor and underprivileged people living in third world countries such as Africa. Familiarize yourself with these frequently asked questions about missions:

What Does a Missionary Do?
A missionary is essentially a member of a team, with a responsibility to tour hospitals, churches, towns and communities around the country or globe to provide aid where possible. This aid may come in the form of building assistance, financial help, volunteering, or feeding and clothing the poor. Although most people think of missionaries as Christians, this term can actually refer to any religious affiliation. Missionaries provide ministries of service ranging from literacy and education to health care and economic development.

How Can I Help?
Becoming a part of a mission is easy if you’re affiliated with a certain church or religious group. There are many opportunities within those organizations to get involved with missions offering vocations, touring and volunteer opportunities to help others in need. Some missions start right within the local community, while others take their beliefs global, traveling to impoverished countries to do hands-on work. Familiarize yourself with what your local mission is all about, how they were formed and how you can help.

What Types of Humanitarian Aid Do Missions Provide?
Since missions are based in religion, various missions spread different religious beliefs and faiths. But they don’t just preach, they also take action. They travel abroad to foreign countries to provide medical care to the poor, provide clothing for the needy, feed the hungry through food banks and pantries, and teach children within schools.


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Marietta, GA 30060
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Atlanta, GA 30328
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Atlanta, GA 30340
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Douglasville, GA 30134
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