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Eight Days of Hope is blessed with many wonderful volunteers from all around the country and even the world — many of whom have followed Eight Days of Hope on multiple rebuilding events and rapid response trips. Because of the commitment volunteers show to serve God and serve others, we felt called to launch our own missionary program.
Our missionaries are volunteers who, through their own fundraising, selflessly help serve others with EDOH throughout the year. We are beyond grateful for their commitment, as together, we love and serve those in need across the country.
Below are the amazing missionaries who join together with Eight Days of Hope to bring hope to the hurting. Their commitment means we can move on a moment’s notice to respond, rebuild, or restore lives. Eight Days of Hope works with Global Service Network to help our missionaries raise funding.
Support one or all of our missionaries as they love and serve those in need by clicking on their profiles below.
We first served with Eight Days of Hope in Laplace, La and we were amazed at how God uses this organization to restore hope and help heal communities heal after a natural disaster. After that trip, we knew that we wanted to continue to be a part of it. There are people who have never truly felt the love of God and Eight Days of Hope provides that open door, through service to show people that God really do us love them and wants to have a relationship with them.
- Charley and Irene Casey
We have been so blessed to be able to respond to our calling through Eight Days of Hope. We've been witnesses to remarkable God stories from those we've served and those with whom we've served. We are incredibly humbled by how God continues to use us. "And I heard the voice of the Lord saying, 'Whom shall I send, and who will go for us?' Then I said, 'Here I am! Send me.' " Isaiah 6:8
- Bruce and Lisa MacQueen
Being a missionary wasn't a decision of the mind or a desire of my heart, but a prayer filled calling to us by God to do his work. God gives us all gifts and passions and he gives us opportunities to use them for his glory. It is a true blessing to serve as Eight Days of Hope missionaries.
- Alan and Tina Haley
Reason I love what I do; I get to use the gifts and abilities God has given me to serve others. It’s a balance of ministry and sharing the gospel along with construction and the use of my hands. I think of it as construction with a purpose.
- Brian Dregits
Eight Days of Hope’s missionaries work to rebuild lives and share God’s word with communities in need.
You can support our missionaries by clicking on their names above, purchasing coffee by clicking the link below, and through our annual golf tournament every summer.
Your generosity helps them help countless others.
We can’t do what we do without our missionaries. If you are interested in serving with us throughout the year, please fill out the application below!