When 13 members of the Cedarville University School of Pharmacy traveled for five days to Canada, their goal was to live out their Student National Pharmaceutical Association (SNPhA) motto: “One Mission, No Barriers.” They broke barriers by caring for underserved populations and underrepresented people groups. The team visited six towns in six days and worked with churches, outreach agencies, foundations, and a training institute during its trip. They traveled with sleeping bags and air mattresses and helped people learn about good health care, Cedarville University, and the pharmacy program they are a part of. Many members of the team were themselves from different communities and countries, so travel was both interesting and unity-building. Some of the SNPhA students had not traveled to Canada before. As they saw the wonder of God in His people as well as in His creation, they were reminded of the reason they are looking forward to becoming pharmacists: to serve others. Canada made a great impression on the team and as they left the country, some of the students they interacted with came to see them off. “Please come back soon,” they said. Hopefully they will.