short term ministry trips


Short Term Ministry Trips exist for our members to better grasp God’s heart for the nations and come alongside our global partners in care, support, and understanding. 

Washington DC STMT | June 14-18

  • Description of what the team will be doing:
    • Training in how to engage other religions and cultures with the gospel and opportunities to be able to put the training into practice. 
    • Main focus on Afgan, Iranian, and Tagik people in DC. 
    • ESL, Prayer Walks, and Mosque visits.
  • Projected cost:
    • Student 700
    • Nonstudent- 750
    • Partial Scholarships available for members going on 1st (50%) or 2nd (25%) STMT as an adult.
    • $250 deposit due upon acceptance to team
  • Team size
    • 10-15 
  • Applications are due April 9.
    • For questions, contact


    Pathway to the Nations

    The Pathway to the Nations purpose is to develop and equip long-term goers who love the gospel and are making reproducing disciples. Our desire is that those in the Pathway will know and love Jesus more so that they might be unleashed to proclaim Jesus’ Good News and to see His Church planted throughout the world.

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    To find out more about the Pathway to the nations, please email

    Disciple-Making Teams

    Disciple-Making Teams are a 10-week training focused on glorifying God by developing healthy disciple-making rhythms in a community to catalyze long-term discipleship efforts in Lynchburg and among the nations. 

    Check out the Disciple-Making Team webpage here.

    Email for any questions you might have.

    Global Care Teams

    As we strive together to make followers of Jesus Christ by living the gospel life among the nations, we recognize that it will take much intentionality and the various giftings in the body to effectively send and care for our Global Workers. To do this well, Global Care Teams exist to serve alongside the Global Ministries Pastor and Team to provide critical support for our Global Workers as gospel partners.

    Join A Global Care Team

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