Mobilizing and Equipping churches for Justice and Compassion ministry worldwide

(Is. 61: 1 – 4)


Donate To Help Fight Ebola

The Ebola outbreak that has been sweeping through Sierra Leone and West African countries is an overwhelming crisis. Many people feel an urgent need to join the fight, but they don't know an effective way to get involved. That is why i-61 has developed two opportunities for people to be directly involved in the fight against Ebola. One is for donors and one …

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Medical care

Medical Professionals Needed To Fight Ebola

There have been inquiries about how to volunteer and help with the current Ebola crisis. The i-61 staff has gathered information to assist qualified physicians and nurses who would like to join in the fight against Ebola. We are not sending volunteers, but we are able to assist people who would like to get involved by providing information about required …

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Local i-61 Impact:

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Missions on the Move

We had 170 people attend our “Missions on the Move” event at the Vineyard Boise! It was a great turnout and a fun expression of support for our full-time missionaries in Nicaragua, who each shared from the front. After connecting and eating lots of amazing potluck food, guests were invited to sign up to participate in over 20 local ministries …

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“The Network” is Vineyard’s effort to connect and gather like-hearted ministry leaders who are already engaged in justice & compassion ministries in various parts of the world. Click Here to learn more about "The Network". 

Geneva Vineyard is part of the i-61 Ministry Network. Pastor Boris Eichenberger of the Geneva Vineyard in Switzerland and Pastor Patrick Obumselu of the Vineyard Lagos in Nigeria oversee the two vineyard churches in Sierra Leone in Grafton and Makeni.

Kamara and Glorious Kabu

Letter from Glorious in Sierra Leone

Glorious Kabu is a member of the Vineyard Makeni. Makeni is one of the largest cities in Sierra Leone. There is no testing center in Makeni and critically-ill patients must be transferred to a clinic in Kailahun which is an 8-hour drive away. Glorious recently sent this update regarding the current circumstances of the city: Good morning my dear Friends. I …

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We currently offer two training platforms: a 10-day Holistic Missions Training Experience in Nicaragua and classes at our campus in Boise, ID. 

i-61 Holistic Missions Training Experience (Nicaragua):

Last month we introduced the Directors of i-61 Nicaragua, Shelton and Rebecca Taguma.  This month, meet another beloved full-time staff couple: Samuel and Sarah Burns.  They host dozens of teams at our Isaiah House training base in Nicaragua.

Samuel and Sarah Burns

Samuel and Sarah Burns moved to Nicaragua in March 2013 to help start The Isaiah House as part of i-61 Nicaragua.…  Read more.

Click here to learn more about our Nicaragua holistic missions training experience and reserve your date on our online calendar.

i-61 Campus (Boise, ID)

This year's Mission Medic students are half-way through their Developing World Medicine class. Jeff, Julie, Tricia, Feraol, Matthew, Karen, Deb, and Bri are studying hard. We enjoy the unique contributions each bring to class.  After these students complete their coursework, they will be invited to work in Nicaragua and get hands-on training with our partner ministries there. We look forward to seeing how God uses this medic class to change the lives of others!


What is i-61 Global Ministries?

Tri Robinson

About Us

Tri Robinson, Founder

The ministry of i-61 has been a work in progress for as long as I have been in full time ministry. It has evolved and been refined through the last 35 years. It really launched in 2006, when I wrote a book called, “Saving God’s Green Earth”, which really called Christians to environmental stewardship within the evangelical …Read more.


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Boise, Idaho 83714

ph. (208) 985-6448