Faith in Action

Changing Lives. Changing Ourselves.


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We equip individuals who want to put their faith into action.

We believe that by our faith, accompanied by our actions, will change lives.

About the Faith in Action Project

About the Faith in Action Project

Who are we? Faith in Action is movement of people who believe in something more than just themselves; we believe that by the help of our creator, our faith accompanied...

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What Our Customers Are Saying

Don't just take our word for it, take a look at what our customers have to say.

I have had a heart for starving children and especially children that did not have clean water . To have a well is such a precious commodity and I’m sure many of them have never seen a well much less flowing clear water. What a privaledge to support such an effort. Thank you from the bottom of my heart for what you do! FIA

A good friend of mine was diagnosed with leukemia in her first year of college. For the next few years she lived a life of self sacrifice, courage, and generosity. She tore down the walls of self-pity and changed a community through her life. Her name was Mary Catherine Virnig. FIA

  • I have had a heart for starving children and especially children that did not have clean water . To have a well is such a precious commodit I’m sure many of them have never seen a well much less flowing clear water. What a privaledge to support such an effort. thankyou from the bottem of my heart for such an opportunity
  • A good friend of mine was diagnosed with leukemia in her first year of college. For the next few years she lived a life of self sacrifice, courage, and generosity. She tore down the walls of self-pity and changed a community through her life. Her name was Mary Catherine Virnig. FIA

The Adventurers.

These individuals who have refused to do nothing. They kayak, bike, and journey thousands of miles to change thousands of lives!

Jennifer Krussow

Jennifer Krussow

"This trip began with a vision and a desire for adventure, that grew into a desire to give and love others, and provide people an opportunity to see what heavy things are hiding within their community. Denying darkness is an easy out, but Christ's love conquers all."

Moriah Christine

Moriah Christine

"My love for adventure and biking started young. So did my love for people. But it wasn't until I was nineteen that I learned about the realities of sex-trafficking and how close to home it hits; my own town, my own peers, and my own acquaintances."

Georgia Rose

Georgia Rose

"... I realized I can do something about the need I see. While I will help women personally in the future by starting one of North Dakota's first transitional homes for trafficked women and combining it with a school for youth survivors of prostitution and trafficking, I can help hundreds more immediately by spreading the word and involving others across the country."