2016 Mind The Gaps Conference

Screen Shot 2015-08-19 at 12.22.16 PMTrinity Church’s Missionary Care Team has recently published Mind The Gaps: Engaging The Church In Missionary Care. Their book is a valuable resource for local churches and missionary sending agencies who seek to expand and improve the way they do missionary care.

Yet, a vital part of this conversation is missing. You!

We invite you to join this forum where you can hear from missionary care veterans and other experts in the field of missions. We plan for open dialogue regarding the marriage of the agency and the church to improve missionary care. We not only desire to keep our missionaries on the field, but also to strengthen them to be the very best they can be. Neal Pirolo will be our Plenary Speaker. He is the author of the well known book, Serving As Senders and founder and director of Emmaus Road International

Breakout sessions with over 20 other speakers in the field of missionary care will be included, including TCK advocate Michèle Phoenix!

We look forward to taking good care of you as you learn and network. There will be wonderful worship and two meals along with snacks provided with your registration. Our conference will be hosted this year by Trinity Church in Redlands, CA.

If you are eager to join us, go to mindthegaps.eventzilla.net to register now! We are dedicated to adding to the conversation of global missionary care and are excited to have you join us as we do!








Who: YOU! and others from your mission team at church and/or mission agency

When: Mind the Gaps Conference March 3-5, 2016

Where: Trinity Church, Redlands, California

How Much: $175 Full Price Registration

Why: Join in the vital and growing conversation on missionary care by learning from veterans in the field and contribute your experience by participating in roundtable discussions, workshops, and seminars. Enlarge your network by meeting with other individuals, churches, mission agencies who seek to make each generation of the Lord’s missionaries more resilient!