Why Global Trellis?
What if exhaustion, creeping bitterness, and stagnant personal skills were replaced with refreshment, contentment, and growth? This can be your reality.
When asked to name current stressors, cross-cultural workers responded:
- “Loneliness, lack of structure, dealing correctly with poverty”
- “Work is 100% with expats and I want to be with nationals, my language is mediocre, not knowing my place in my biological family living so far away”
- “Language barriers, inadequate leadership, too little time alone”
- “Children’s’ schooling/ socialization, lack of local community (not on a team), year 4 with new ministry focus moving at a snail’s pace”
The list goes on and on. Why? Because life on the field is stressful and too often cross-cultural workers are under-resourced for the realities they face.
Global Trellis helps cross-cultural workers flourish. Here you will find “space for your soul to breathe” as Emily P. Freeman says and the tools to equip you for your calling. Because as Michael Hyatt says, “No one drifts into greatness.”
You need a place for your soul to be breathe, your head to be engaged, and your heart to stay tender. You need Global Trellis.