Can You Really Make a Difference in the World?

You want to see the world become a better place and are wondering how you can make a difference with the rest of your life. You may have participated in short term trips, possibly even with Amor, but have returned home thinking, "What now?"

What if you could be a catalyst for change in the world?

You're Not Alone.

Thousands of people like you have had a transformational experience on a short-term service trip and have left wondering, "What next?"

Over the past four decades, we have seen people successfully transition their experience into a lifestyle of creating justice, and we have also seen people struggle to do so. 

The Global Gathering is the place to come, learn, and be equipped to go out and live a lifestyle of creating justice.  

You have a role to play in changing the world.

Will you play it?

Our theme for 2019 is
Create Justice:
Who Am I?

We come together at this Global Gathering, realizing that the work of Creating Justice is a simple act of God-reflecting, and can only be lived out in its truest sense as we pursue the answer to the question, "Who am I?"

Who's Happening at the Global Gathering

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Jon Huckins is the Co-Founding Director of The Global Immersion Project; a peacemaking training organization helping people move toward conflict equipped to heal rather than to win. He co-leads an intentional community in his neighborhood of Sherman Heights in San Diego and has a master's degree from Fuller Theological Seminary. Jon is married to Jan and is a dad of four kids, speaker & writer. His latest book is Mending the Divides: Creating Love in a Conflicted World. Find Jon at

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Manar Wahhab Vosgueritchian, co-founder and educational director of House of Hope, is a seasoned art and music therapy provider for children experiencing toxic stress and trauma. She also leads trauma support and healing circles for women in her community. A seasoned practitioner of Nonviolent Communication, Manar is currently studying Waldorf at the David Yellin Academic College of Education in Jerusalem.

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Milad Vosgueritchian is the co-founder and chairman of House of Hope, a holistically minded, Waldorf-inspired kindergarten and elementary school located in the West Bank. Milad is a longtime practitioner of Nonviolent Communication and has a passion for nurturing the next generation of peace workers and changemakers in the Holy Land. Since opening House of Hope in 2008, Milad and his wife Manar have worked with over 10,000 children and women from surrounding villages who have participated in community events, such as summer school, vocational training, and support circles.

2019 Trip Details

Who Can Come?

  • 15-17 yr olds with guardian
  • 18-30 yr olds as a participant
  • 30+ yr olds as staff support team


  • Participants: December 29, 2018 - January 5, 2019
  • Support Team: December 28, 2018 - January 5, 2019


  • Puerto Morelos, Mexico


  • $1,100
  • All inclusive except airfare

A Day at the Global Gathering

  • Breakfast with fellow justice creators
  • Morning send off with Jordan Congdon
  • House building in the community
  • Community Engagement
  • Dinner & justice conversations
  • Worship & evening sessions with experienced justice creators
  • Justice workshops & vocational dialogue


What People are Saying

"In 2015 the Global Gathering provided five houses for five families and this was achieved in under a week. In just 5 days the chains of poverty are starting to be broken for those families, they have shelter from the weather, they have security both physical and emotional. It still blows my mind that by building these houses in one week we may have saved a child being sold as a slave, we may have stopped a woman having to sell herself to make a rent payment. If you want to see God move in the world, go to the next Global Gathering. If the state of the world breaks your heart, Global Gathering will give you hope."

James Burry, Australia
"Global Gathering was a rare and truly life changing few weeks. I have made lifelong friends from around the world that were also crazy passionate about justice. It was an incredible time of renewal to get inspired and focused on what really matters for the new year. It was so much more than just a house build – we had amazing speakers that covered topics that challenged and affected me to this day."
Charlotte Instone, United Kingdom
"Global Gathering was one of the best experiences of the year for our students as well as myself as a leader. Challenging teaching,impactful worship, and witnessing a tangible change in the local community was a recipe for an unforgettable and life changing week. I would highly recommend Global Gathering be an event on your calendar this year!  P.S. The dance parties were on point!"
Chris Easley, United States

The Amor Agreement

Our agreement to you and your group.


Lead Locally

Local community leaders decide what needs in their community need help from outside sources. They know best.


Resource Locally

Your money is spent in the local economy when we source building materials and food. Two houses built per week create 14 full-time jobs.


Participate Globally

Life-changers, like you, from around the world bring their resources together to expand their individual impact.


Shared Accountability

Resources go to the people you want to impact. An independent third party audits Amor every year.



You will get the experience you expect to get or we'll make it right.

Ready to Come Build Hope?

  1. Talk with a Justice creator
  2. Follow our easy and comprehensive planning guide.
  3. Show up in Puerto Morelos and learn how to live a lifestyle of justice.
  4. Return home and put what you've learned to practice.
  5. Share your story and invite others to experience the Global Gathering.

Schedule a Call
with an Amor Trip Coordinator

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How do I create justice?

Download the 5 Major Injustices in the World guide to find out where to start creating justice in your life and around the world.

This guide explores:

  • Economic issues
  • Gender issues
  • Slavery
  • Race, ethnicity, and class
  • Ecological