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YWAM Offers Discipleship Training

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YOUTH with a mission (YWAM) has announced the launch of a part-time Mission and Discipleship Training School (MDTS1) here in Saint Lucia at their base in Reduit Road, Gros Islet, to accommodate workers who cannot attend a full-time live-in standard DTS, a well-known life-changing programme.

The new training programme will be divided in two six-month courses covering 150 hours each, which upon completion, will allow students to cover the standard DTS lecture content with additions specific to worker. The training is fully accredited with YWAM International University of The Nations (UofN) extension study. Flexible cross-cultural short-term outreaches will also be organized for applicants.

Previously, persons desirous of completing most YWAM courses had to do so full-time and on a live- in basis. This had been a serious setback for many holding a full-time job but wanted to benefit from the unique renowned missionary perspective offered by YWAM trainings. Your prayers and suggestions have been heard and you can now embark on a lifelong adventure with the Mission and Discipleship course offered by YWAM Saint Lucia.

Registration is now open and we expect to start in April 2017. We encourage you to apply soon as we can accept only a limited number of students. Among the topics to be covered will be Missions and Evangelism, but also Hearing the Voice of God, Intimacy with God, the Nature and Character of God, Destiny by Design, Worldview, and more.

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If you want to deepen your relationship with God, or just want to find out new and exciting ways to live out your faith and make a difference in this generation, then this course is for you. Contact us for more details.

YWAM Saint Lucia is a ministry of Youth with a mission International, a global movement of Christians from many cultures, age groups, and Christian traditions/denominations, dedicated to serving Jesus throughout the world. YWAM (pronounced “WHY-wham”), unites people with a common purpose to know God and to make Him known.

When YWAM began in 1960, the main focus was to get youth involved in missions. Today, it still focuses on youth and also involves people aged 8 to 80. YWAM currently works in more than 1,100 locations in over 180 countries. With more than 18,000 full-time and much more short-term volunteers. The aim is to reach all the spheres of the society through training, compassion (demonstrating God’s love), and evangelism.

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