VIRTUAL MISSION TRIP
While it would be a blessing to have all supporters of Servant Forge embark on a personal mission to Lodwar, Kakuma, Hope Farm, and the New Scent Center, we understand the enormity of these communities’ challenges and the trials that lay ahead. We assure you that a donation of any amount today will improve a life tomorrow.
Thank you, and God bless.
Jim Copple would like to welcome everybody to the Servant Forge virtual mission trip. As the founders of Servant Forge, Jim and Colleen Copple have dedicated their lives to improving the lives of others. Under their leadership, the team at Servant Forge carries on that mission and hopes you will hear your own call to service during this virtual mission trip.
The Servant Forge Team helps mission groups navigate Lodwar and Hope Farm in real life, and we hope this virtual mission trip inspires service and you join us in Kenya.
The Servant Forge Team supports the Wings of Hope Centre in their mission: to equip the women of Lodwar with the tools and resources that enable them to provide their families with financial stability, empower them to and inspire the next generation of girls in Kenya. we hope this virtual mission trip inspires service and you join us in Kenya.
The Servant Forge Team helps mission groups navigate the Kakuma Refugee Camp in real life, and we hope this virtual mission trip inspires service and you join us in Kenya.
Jason Drake, COO of Servant Forge, is locally known as Jason Drake, Eagle Scout, Scoutmaster, and an International Scout Ambassador. Jason works tirelessly to connect scouts from around the world and help them find common ground through community service, a respectful appreciation for nature, and adherence to the scout law: “A Scout is trustworthy, loyal, helpful, friendly, courteous, kind, obedient, cheerful, thrifty, brave, clean, and reverent.”
Whether on a guided safari or walking through the camp, a mission trip to Kenya will always include interactions with animals. Jason Drake of Servant Forge invites you to grab a seat on the bus while he introduces some of the animals that are native to Kenya’s Maasai Mara region. Keep your arms and legs inside the vehicles at all times! You never know what may cross your path when out on safari!