In July 2019, another team from Trinity headed to Rwanda (for Trinity’s 20th mission trip to Rwanda). The team visited all previous house beneficiaries, many of whom are the most vulnerable in the community. Some are doing well and had exciting updates to share, while many are struggling with health or food scarcity issues – their prayer requests often centered around these challenges. The team visited the Gitantu Trinity Primary School – the elementary school Trinity has helped create in 2013. There are now over 800 students at the school in a village that is so remote that most of the children there did not go to school previously. The team taught women church leaders in the community Bible stories about how Jesus loves women, which they can share with other women in their congregations. At the same time, part of the team spent time with the children of the women – teaching them Bible lessons while singing, dancing, and laughing. The team also conducted a training in Nyamagabe for 60 pastors on Christian counseling for those who have experienced trauma. Finally, the team trained around 50 pastors in the northern part of the country on how to run Alpha in their churches. This was Trinity’s 10th Global Alpha Training (GAT) in Rwanda, having now trained over 500 people on the course.