Why connect
with a child?

We believe in small acts that make a difference

Connect with a Child is a holistic care program that was initiated as a response to the overwhelming number of poor, orphans and vulnerable women in Kenya, whose lives have been ravaged by death, disease and poverty.

We know how to do missions.

Connect with a Child has been a major force in missions for over 10 years. Our track record of transforming lives and communities provides witness to our goal of serving with excellence.

We place a high value on teamwork

A field team provides accountability, continuity, encouragement, and fellowship. Our teams are engaged in spiritual and physical transformation through a variety of ministries.

We offer short term mission opportunity.


We have been told over and over again that our short term missions trips have literally changed the trajectory of people’s lives, impacted the way they read their Bibles, and transformed their walks with Christ…they are definitely not just a “spiritual high” or “Christian tourism”! These mission trips are a great opportunity for groups and churches that want to serve cross-culturally and share the love of Christ with unreached people groups in our own backyard without having to cross the ocean or pay a fortune to serve. God is bringing the nations to us and we must reach out!.  Partnership is the key to sustainable missions. Your trip to Kenya will give students a wide variety of construction and relational ministry opportunities.  You will serve and worship alongside many of our Kenyan team.  Please join us as an integral part of what God is doing in this special community.Write us today to get to more information! We are behind you 100%. No one does it alone!


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Connect with A Child focus on proclaiming the gospel and acts of compassion, meaning that we care for the bodies and souls of our brothers and sisters in Kenya.