PORT ST. LUCIE, FL (Aug. 27) – Paul and Jacqueline Munsie, a married couple with a background in Christian ministry and missions, have just launched a not-for-profit company that will facilitate short-term missions in Florida and Haiti, Epic Missions, Inc. The company’s web site, http://www.epicmissions.org, went live last week.
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“Planning a Christian missions trip with us is an opportunity for mission team members to, in just a few days, see what it is like to make a lasting impact in the lives of others,” Paul Munsie said, “all by sharing the Gospel of Jesus Christ in creative ways that match the talents of the team and the needs of the people to whom they will minister.”
Epic Missions already has established relationships with a number of ministries in St. Lucie and Indian River Counties, including Bury Violence, Habitat for Humanity, Prison Fellowship Ministries, The Love Center, Sportsologie and Sarah’s Kitchen, along with a number of local churches. Florida missions teams will be paired with the organization that can best use their particular talents.
For those interested in mission work in Haiti, Epic has an exclusive relationship with the CARHA Orphanage in Gonaives, Haiti, and missions trips there will be led by Pastor Djume Septembre, the founder of CARHA (Christian Action & Relief for Haiti).
For more information on Epic Missions, Inc., visit the website http://www.epicmissions.org or phone (772)618-5777 or toll free, (855)777-EPIC (3742).