We cross oceans but we won't forget to cross our own streets.
There are more than 13,700 homeless kids in our tri-county area and Florida ranks third in the nation for human trafficking cases. We help alleviate poverty and bring awareness to the injustice of human trafficking.
One way Love Missions meets needs is by giving Christmas presents to local children.
Our mission is not done if we neglect our own nation.
An estimated 43 percent of Navajo people live below the federal poverty line. Mississippi ranks as the poorest state in the US. Close to 250,000 Mississippi children live in poverty.
Love Missions travels to these areas to bring hope through our care project.
We travel far and wide to tell people they are priceless!
From awareness, to hands-on work with victims of sex trafficking, Love Missions help women and children rebuild their self-worth and overcome fear.
We currently work in Guyana on the final stages of a safe house for victims of sex trafficking.
Carl and Tina Kadolph are the Founders and Directors of Love Missions and are still actively involved in all aspects of the mission work each year. We teamed up with another Mission organization in 2000 and experienced our first Mission adventure. From that experience, we caught the Mission fire within us and we have been leading teams to remote areas in the United States and worldwide ever since.
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