Global Missions

Make disciples of all nations

Matthew 28:19

22 Active Missionaries Around the World


in guatemala

July 31-August 8, 2022

Students International uses a community development model for serving their communities. Participants on short-term mission trips work alongside long-term missionaries to maximize impact.

Trinity has a heart and a calling to provide for and support the poor and orphaned, so we are thrilled to partner with STINT to learn from their model and continue to be wise stewards so we can honor the passion and gifts God has given us.

This trip is primarily for High School students, but we like to have adults come to help lead and discover the amazing life-changing experience of serving and sharing the Gospel in Guatemala!


partners   in   haiti

Just outside Port-Au-Prince we have come together with a church in need, who stepped up to care for many orphaned children who lost their homes and families during the 2010 earthquake disaster.  The church cares for the  families of those who took in orphaned children by making sure they have enough resources to clothe, feed, educate, and have health care for those children.  We also love taking trips (when safe to travel) to visit, play, and share about Jesus with the children who have known so much loss.
It's amazing to see how God works in completely different cultures!

Passionate about Missions

We feel called to help support children and families in pain and poverty.  Jesus' good news is needed everywhere so we try to partner with local communities who share in our passions and through whom we can help create systemic change.  If you would like to learn more about our projects and how you can get involved, contact our Outreach Director, Tony Mlynarek.

Kenya   &   Ethiopia

For 10 years we have partnered with churches in Nairobi, Kenya and Woliso, Ethiopia where we have focused on child rescue and orphan prevention through providing 5 key elements: shelter, food, clothing, health care, and education.  Through the group World Orphans we met our two African partners and have seen the name of Jesus proclaimed, over 100 children rescued from the streets, two entire orphanages built, self-sustainability projects, and more laughter and tears than we can count or measure.