FREQENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
What is Entrust’s vision?
What is Entrust’s mission?
What does Entrust believe?
What does Entrust do?
Where does Entrust serve?
How does Entrust serve?
What opportunities exist for service with Entrust?
What else should I know as I consider serving with Entrust?
How do I start the process?
How can I get in touch with you?
What is Entrust’s vision?To see multiplying leaders for multiplying churches.
What is Entrust’s mission? To multiply church leaders through accessible, locally owned, reproducible training systems.
What does Entrust believe?Read our Statement of Faith.
What does Entrust do?Entrust exists to multiply leaders for multiplying churches. We come alongside local church leaders to determine their personal ministry needs and needs for ministry training in their culture. We work together to determine what is already available and how to develop further tools to assist in meeting in those needs, employing best practices in adult learning.
Where does Entrust serve? North and South America, Europe, Africa, Asia and the Middle East.
How does Entrust serve?Entrust aims to develop and provide learner-driven, lifestyle-driven and locally-driven church leadership training. We work with local pastors and leaders to determine church leadership needs specific to a given region/culture. We do this by asking good questions and listening well. We then assist leaders, often working with local writing teams, to develop contextualized curriculum if none is available. We also offer Entrust’s unique four ministry training courses at regional hubs on a regular basis. We offer continued training opportunities via resource churches in the U.S. Our work, by design, looks very different from place to place, context to context.
Read more about our distinctives and our values.
In the U.S or overseas:
Read more about the opportunities: Long-term Short-term
How do I start the process?Check out our Pathway into Service
How can I get in touch with you?Email us at email@example.com or call 719.622.1980