About Missions.Me

About Missions.Me

Missions.Me empowers people
to change the world.

How We Help

Change The World


1Nation1Day
Group Mission Trips
Medical Missions
Rescue Orphanages
Water Wells
Trafficking Rescue
Homes
Leadership Centers
The History

Since 2004

Missions.Me has successfully hosted thousands of people on life-transforming missions experiences. Missions.Me has successfully organized large scale outreaches in the following cities and nations:


  • '04 Puerto Plata, Dominican Rep.
  • '05 Iquitos, Peru
  • '05 Leon, Nicaragua
  • '05 Cusco, Peru
  • '06 Belo Horizonte, Brazil
  • '06 Azua, Dominican Rep.
  • '06 Cap Haitien, Haiti
  • '07 Escuintla, Guatemala
  • '07 El Progreso, Honduras
  • '07 Cap-Hatien, Haiti
  • '08 Shillong, India
  • '08 Barahona, Dominican Rep.
  • '08 Puerto Cortes, Honduras
  • '08 Santa Cruz, Bolivia
  • '09 Managua, Nicaragua
  • '09 Petionville, Haiti
  • '10 Kurnool, India
  • '10 San Cristobal, Dominican Rep.
  • '10 Lima, Peru
  • '10 Warangal, India
  • '11 Meteti, Panama
  • '11 Andra Pradesh, India
  • '11 Lima, Peru
  • '11 Amazon River, Peru
  • '11 Croix-de-Bouquet, Haiti
  • '11 Bhimavaram, India
  • '12 Buriram, Thailand
  • '12 La Ceiba, Honduras
  • '12 Patna, India
  • '12 Quito, Ecuador
  • '12 Bangkok, Thailand
  • '12 Lima, Peru
  • '12 Hyderabad, India
  • '13 Patna, India
  • '13 1Nation1Day Honduras
  • '13 Hyderabad, India
  • '14 Yoro, Honduras
  • '14 Roatan, Honduras
  • '14 Kumasi, Ghana
  • '14 Lima, Peru
  • '14 Kathmandu, Nepal
  • ‘15 India
  • ‘15 1Nation1Day Dominican Republic
  • ‘15 Christmas in India
  • ‘16 India
  • ‘16 Ecuador
  • ‘16 Nicaragua
  • ‘16 Honduras 1N1D Follow up
  • ‘16 Nepal
  • ‘16 Christmas in India
  • ‘17 India
  • ‘17 1Nation1Day Nicaragua

Our Culture

Faith

We believe for the impossible.

Excellence

We believe excellence is the fruit of wisdom.

Honor

Honor creates the environment for God to work.

Humility

We believe humility equals strength.

Change

Growing things change, so we celebrate change and innovation.

Integrity

We are transparent, efficient and uphold high character.

Love

We relentlessly love God, each other, and the people we serve.

Dominic & Lindsay Russo

Founders of Missions.Me & Angel House

Our Founders

Dominic Russo is a speaker, a humanitarian, and an innovator in international missions. At the young age of 20, Dominic founded Missions.Me and began organizing strategic outreach campaigns in cities across Latin America. These multifaceted campaigns include hundreds of missionary volunteers, large-scale relief projects, and collaborative partnerships with local political and religious leaders. In 2011, Dominic launched the “1Nation1Day” vision in Honduras – a project that attracted the largest foreign missions team in history and was officially declared a national holiday by the Honduran President. On the week of July 20, 2013 more than 1 million Hondurans were personally reached through the 1Nation1Day outreaches and every national newspaper announced “We Have A New Honduras.”

Dominic authored the book Do Not Say I Am Too Young to motivate people to seize their destiny regardless of their age. Dominic’s story reverberates with inspiration and stirs hearts to dream of a life fully dedicated to impacting people. In 2010, Dominic’s wife Lindsay founded Angel House – an organization that has provided 136 Angel Houses, home to over 3,100 children in India and a safe house for 30 victims of human trafficking in Nepal. Together, they reside in Southern California with their sons Mason and Jude.

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Executive Leadership



Gabe & Hannah Bahlhorn

Chief Communications Officer

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Gabe Bahlhorn is marked by passion, authenticity and a contagious personality. Since 1999, Gabe has been ministering in local churches while hosting thousands of missionaries in foreign nations across the globe. In 2006, Gabe joined the pastoral team at Oakland Church located in Rochester, MI. In addition to that Gabe currently serves as a speaker and outreach director with Missions.Me and was instrumental in launching the historic 1Nation1Day initiative for Honduras in July of 2013. Gabe's wife Hannah serves as the medical director for Missions.Me. Together, they reside in Rochester, MI with their son Beckham.

Matt & Melissa Sheehan

Chief Operations Officer

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From print marketing to video production, Matt has had his hand in every creative project Missions.Me has produced since its foundation. Along with a passion for media, Matt strangely has a large space in his heart for missions logistics. Getting teams from the comfort of their home to the hurting peoples of the world, then handing them compelling content to impact hearts and minds is what gets him hyped. After the 2013 1Nation1Day Honduras project, Matt not only could tell you the exact driving distance from Ocotepeque to Choluteca but he also moved into a new role as Chief Operations Officer. Matt graduated from Oral Roberts University with a bachelor's degree in Business Finance. Matt’s wife Melissa serves as a M.M Project Director and together they reside in San Clemente, CA with their three kids Emma, Brady, and Ellie.

Jedidiah & Amber Thurner

Chief Strategy Officer

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Jedidiah is an emerging voice with a desire to ignite passionate cultural catalysts and activate the destinies of this generation’s world changers. Jedidiah travels both nationally and internationally ministering at churches, schools, conferences, and city-wide crusades. With a heart and call to disciple nations Jedidiah joined Missions.Me as a director in 2012. Jedidiah and his wife, Amber, their beautiful children, Aniya, Daylen Justice, and Cayden James live in sunny San Clemente, CA.

Ministry Directors



Libby Gonzales

Director Of Team Relations

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Libby has had a deep passion for the nations since the age of 14, when she went on her first missions trip. Since then, she has traveled to over 30 countries as a missionary, group leader, team leader, photographer and project director. She has been apart of Missions.Me for over 9 years, both volunteering and on staff. Some of her favs are Starbucks iced coffees, chap stick, chocolate, country music, and flowers. Libby resides with her husband and 2 kids, Ruby and Jax in Lake Orion, MI.

Neil Keena

Director Of Web Development

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The only thing Neil loves more than turning caffeine into code is his passion for the church and it's global mission. Neil is the director of web development and actively volunteers at his local church. He loves to read, watch documentaries, and might be a bit of a Star Wars fan. Born and raised in sunny San Diego, CA he now resides in San Clemente, CA with his wife, Cat.

Katie Mazur

Angel House Administrator

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Since her first Missions.Me trip in 2011, Katie has been driven by missions and world outreach. She attended RHEMA Bible Training College in Tulsa, Oklahoma and is currently studying International Relations at Oakland University. Katie serves as the Angel House Account Coordinator and the Missions.Me Senior Administrative Coordinator. She is all about Chai tea and playing her cello. Katie currently resides in Sterling Heights, MI with her husband, Jim.

Cathleen Keena

Director Of Missions.Me College

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Cat’s love for people and passion for restoring lives are at the core of all she does. Cat is the director of our Missions.Me College and actively volunteers at her local church. She studied at Central Michigan University earning a bachelor's degree in Family Studies and Psychology. Some of Cat’s favorite things are tacos, Honduran coffee, reading, and going on adventures. Cat currently resides in San Clemente, CA with her husband, Neil.

Daniel Lidman

Video & Motion Graphics Editor

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Hailing from Northern Michigan, Daniel is the videographer and motion graphics editor at Missions.Me. He is passionate about using video to connect people with what God is doing around the world. An avid fan of the Michigan outdoors and the cold winters, you can usually find Daniel outside when he’s not pushing pixels. He currently resides in Rochester, MI.

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