TRIAD deploys its graduates among the hardest to reach places and people groups.
After completing our training steps – AWAKEN, EMPOWER, and EQUIP – graduates are eligible to be positioned on the frontlines of Kingdom advancement. TRIAD is a sending agency for its graduates into locations where Christ is not yet known. As field workers embrace adversity and overcome barriers as a lifestyle, TRIAD provides guidance, resources, and support. TRIAD deploys its workers to unengaged and unreached people groups so that Christ may be glorified among every tongue, tribe, people, and nation.
- Deployment considerations only exist for long-term placement. At a minimum, this is a 5-year commitment.
- Deployment candidates are required to be self-funding.
- Completion of TRIAD (i.e. EQUIP) does not guarantee long-term deployment.
- The following are at the discretion of TRIAD leadership:
- Location of deployment, team and team additions, home assignments
- Mentorship and member care services exist for long-term deployments.
- Annual training is required for long-term deployments.
- Long-term candidates must abide by TRIAD policies and structure.
The following FAQs apply to the DEPLOY program only.
Deployment is based on the completion of TRIAD’s 9-month EQUIP training and is not guaranteed.
If I am deployed, will I be an employee of TRIAD?
Yes, you will be an employee of TRIAD.
Am I required to raise support?
Deployment candidates are required to be self-funding.
What if I can only serve for a short-term period? Are there any other options?
Deployment considerations only exist for long-term placement (5 years plus).
Do I choose where I am deployed?
Upon successful completion of training at The Outpost and if long-term deployment is recommended, decisions regarding place of deployment is at the discretion of TRIAD leadership in partnership with your local church.
What is the Role of the Sending Church in Deployment?
Every missionary should be sent, and this sending role belongs primarily to the local church. Based on biblical teaching, missionaries need the local church to:
- Confirm their call before sending
- Count the cost with them before deploying
- Make sure they are qualified
- Help to equip them for the task at hand
- Pray for them and support them physically, spiritually, and financially
What if I don’t have a sending church?
Although we strongly recommend and desire for our career field missionaries to have a partnering sending church, we also recognize that there are special circumstances and unique situations that may prevent a church body from being your ‘sending’ church. As such, we evaluate each situation on a case-by-case basis.
What benefits exist for deployed individuals?
Mentorship and coaching, member care, training, home assignments, rest and refreshing at The Outpost, sabbatical, administrative and operational support, and fundraising assistance.