A Southern Baptist congregation in South Carolina received a Mission Match matching contribution to help fund a mission trip to Alajuelita, Costa Rica. According to the congregation's Mission Match application, the "project involves spending a week in Alajuelita, Costa Rica, a suburb of San Jose working with 6:8 Ministries. The name of the Ministry comes from Isaiah 6:8 where Isaiah says to the Lord, 'Here am I, send me.'" The application materials indicated that the "mission team of about 15 members will serve the people of Costa Rica with the purpose of pointing them towards a relationship with Christ. Unemployment is around 65% while prostitution and drugs are common. These are the people we are focused on serving. We will serve them through home repair and construction, home visitation and prayer, children's ministry and feeding stations." Additional information on the application indicated, "Our team will be prayer walking, working in feeding stations, visiting homes, distributing gospel tracts and Bibles, and sharing the gospel of Christ. We will also have the opportunity to work in construction projects and children's ministries, all with the purpose of sharing God's love with the people and telling them about Christ." Follow-up comments from the congregation indicated that, "The money was used to build a new house for a family which was living in unbelievable deplorable conditions in one of the poorest neighborhoods of Costa Rica. At first we were only going to build them a floor, but ended up tearing down the structure and building a new house. The happiness on the face of the family was a great blessing but even greater was the fact that the mother received Christ as her Savior. We are confident that the Lord will use her to bring others to Him."