Epik Missions is 100% dependent on the support of others. Support comes in various forms. It can be in the form of prayers, participating in a mission trip, or through financial gifts.
We need it and those we serve need it. The team members travel away from their families, their community, and find themselves in new environments and cultures. Adding in new foods and the potential for intestinal distress, we ask for prayers for protection and health for the team.
Those we serve usually have many hardships that we have difficulty understanding. It could be as straight forward as the need for clean water to life threatening illnesses like HIV or leprosy and the ever present malaria in Africa. But most people are afflicted with chronic problems from bodily pains to effects from strokes. We know that prayer changes things and allows healing to happen in ways we never expect.
Join a Trip
Our missions and outreach would not be possible with out people to go on the trips. If you are interested, you can read more here.
While the cost of the trips are covered, we need funds to support: infant orphanages (Ghana) where we help with food and diapers, child emancipation (Uganda) where children ages 2-16 have been wrongfully imprisoned, and education (Ghana and Guatemala) expenses for select elementary children in poverty to be fed and attend school.
Our most ambitious project ever is launching.
We are partnering with Cleveland Chiropractic College to find the brightest university students from the places we serve and pay for their Chiropractic education here in the states. Dr. Charles Agbetsoamedo is Ghana’s first native chiropractic and the first person to have this opportunity. Our 10 year goal is to see 8 indigenous students graduate from Chiropractic College. The total needed to support this amazing opportunity is $500,000. That amount will pay for their housing, books, transportation, and food for the 4 years of Chiropractic College as well as provide them with modest funds to purchase 2 adjusting tables to start their practice when they return home.
Please contact Dr. Chad Hawk if you can help in any way. He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org or 303-525-6153.