Engaging an ever-changing world with a never-changing gospel
For nearly a century, Trinity has been sending missionaries, planting churches, and partnering with global organizations so that God’s glory may be declared among the nations.
Global Mission Partners
Our areas of focus are Bible translation, leadership development, church planting, mercy & justice ministries, North American evangelism and church mobilization & research.
Trinity supports over 25 missionaries in the field who have answered God’s call.
Click on a pin on the map below to learn more about each of our partners.
GLOBAL MISSION TEAMS
Interested in helping to strategize Trinity’s global reach? We have a team to match your gifts and passions. Partner with us to expand His Kingdom here on earth—ask God to show you how you can play a role in making Him known.
Evaluates mission opportunities for participation and involvement by consulting with our global mission partners. Previous trips have included Ecuador, Brazil, Ethiopia and Mexico.
Raises awareness of our global mission partners throughout Trinity’s ministries from Trinity Kids to College and Young Adults.
Provides faithful application of financial resources to global mission partners.
This team oversees Trinity’s ongoing work with our Ethiopia mission partners. They invest in outreach, translation, and literacy efforts for the Suri and Suri-Baale who, until recently, were unreached people groups in the Southwest corner of Ethiopia. They also foster our relationship with the South West Bethel Synod, within which the Suri live. They mainly help the Bible School, which trains pastors (including Suri ones). Every year or two, a trip is made to visit the Suri, the translators, and our Synod in Ethiopia.
Offers global partners encouragement through prayer and hospitality. Each member of the Team serves as liaison.
Respective team leaders come together to listen, learn, and pray on how God may be leading Trinity to fulfill the Great Commission.
Laura was born in Cuba and grew up in Spain before moving to the U.S. in grade school. She was a public school teacher for over 15 years, and in 2010, Laura and her family served with Mission Aviation Fellowship (MAF) in Central America. She also served with the leadership team of the International Orality Network overseeing secondary orality. Most recently, she was the executive director of JOYA Scholars, a non-profit organization that prepares students from low-income communities for college. Laura and her husband, Tony, have three adult children. Reading biographies and drinking dark roast coffee bring her incredible joy.