Easy-to-use resources that help you get the most out of your time with students.
We’re a team of youth workers with a passion for Jesus, students, and youth ministry. On our trips, we’re committed to focusing on your group and your goals. You can count on our highly-relational staff to get to know you and create a custom trip designed to exceed your expectations. And don’t worry about the logistics. We’ve got you covered! We’ll handle the details so you’re free to focus on discipling students. We hope you’ll give us the privilege of partnering with you.Learn More
For 25 years, LeaderTreks Youth Ministry has been running short-term mission trips for students. We’re committed to helping your students grow and providing your team with an opportunity to leave a lasting impact on a local community. We lead several different styles of trip designed to meet the goals and outcomes that are right for your group. And no matter where we serve, we always work alongside full-time missionaries who know the community and its needs.Learn More
Relationships cultivate trust.
Mission Drives Programming.
Discipleship Promotes Change.
Parents Foster Consistency.
Leadership Promotes Ownership.
We desire to see our students truly own their faith as they go through high school. We are on a pursuit to equip students to be leaders in not only the student ministry, but in life. LeaderTreks Youth Ministry is a valuable asset to this process.
Don’t leave your mission trip outcomes up to pure chance. Go with LeaderTreks Youth Ministry, the team that knows how to equip your students to walk with Jesus, as disciples and as leaders.
LeaderTreks Youth Ministry has provided student ministries with solid leadership training materials that engage students and challenge them to grow personally and as leaders.
Our ministry goal is to equip students to be leaders—disciples making disciples. The only way they can is when we allow them to put it into practice. LeaderTreks Youth Ministry helps us so much at this.
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