Meet Our Board of Directors
Founder & CEO
Trent founded Servants in May of 2000. Trent had been working as a CPA in Baltimore, MD when he heard God’s call to start an organization that would help connect people in need with people that want to serve. Trent has led over 40 mission trips to Guatemala as well as teams to India, Haiti and in the Gulf Coast of the USA. Trent is passionate about seeing others serve and especially enjoys seeing people fall in love with missions for the first time.
David Shoop is an Assistant Property Manager of Kinsley Properties. He has adopted 3, soon to be 4, children through the local foster care system. He believes in strong community and lifting those around you, as Christ would do, with love and compassion. David enjoys spending time with his growing family, bicycling, listening to music, woodworking, and gardening.
Jason Roberts has a public service and business management background. Jason believes in Servant’s vision, serving Christ building relationships transforming lives providing hope. Jason felt God’s calling to get more involved with ministering. The ministering to the spiritual and physical needs of hurting people in his communities, across the USA and around the world is the ministering challenge that Jason can embrace. Jason is a Guatemalan Mission Team Leader for Servants. Jason enjoys spending time with his wife, and there furry and feathered kids. Jason and his wife enjoy spending time together cooking, outdoors activities, and listening to music.
Ken Painter and his wife, Karen, are the owners and managers of the Stone Mill Inn in Hallam, PA. He is also an Adjunct Professor at York College of Pennsylvania. Ken’s heart for the Lord and serving Him in missions and on mission trips to Guatemala is what brought Ken to Servants. Ken wholeheartedly believes in Servants’ focus of being a Christ-centered, compassionate organization. Ken leads mission teams to Guatemala for Servants. He also volunteers with a few local nonprofits and enjoys biking, fishing, traveling, and continual learning.
Michael Renga is a servant of Christ, York County native, and current student at Dallas Theological Seminary. God connected Michael to Servants through a Home Helps work camp in 2018, after a short career in engineering left him feeling unfulfilled. Through working with Servants, Michael discovered a passion for serving others and spreading the gospel through practical work. He believes wholeheartedly in the mission of Servants, and has seen firsthand the impact that volunteering with Servants can have on one’s life. He enjoys fly fishing, reading, and any sort of outdoor activity.