Hit the road with Kutless this summer! Join Jon Micah, James, Nick, Dave and Jeff on an amazing journey to Ecuador with Compassion International, August 22-30.

As a Kutless fan, you get first dibs on this trip!!! Limited spots are available, so SIGN UP TODAY!

Worship with the band. See why their hearts beat for children in poverty. Break out of your hemisphere and comfort zone. Explore a South American country. And love on children in need.

Plus, if you sponsor a child in the area, Compassion can arrange for you to meet your child!

Be inspired. Be moved. Be energized. And experience it all with your favorite band.

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Questions? E-mail compassiontours@compassion-intl.com. Compassion can help you arrange your trip!

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