September 1, 2019 – November 22nd, 2019
Lecture Fees: $4300
Outreach: Dependent on location
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Are you ready to see people and communities transformed?
Then the School of Missions (SOM) is for you!
The SOM is designed to equip you to confidently disciple people and communities from any culture, religious background, or language group. You will learn how to work in teams, develop a lifestyle of prayer and intercession, effective church planting, cross-cultural adjustment and how to start a ministry, business or organization to reach the sphere of influence God is calling you to.
We want to see waves of transformational leaders released into the nations and the spheres of influence, so that every single person has the opportunity to hear the Gospel. The SOM will not only equip you to go, we’ll help you get there!
The SOM is for everybody. If you are preparing for a lifetime in missions, live a missional lifestyle or just wanting to learn more, this school is for you!
Lecture phase: During the 12 week lecture phase you will get an in-depth look at missions and its various strategies from people who are doing it hands on.
The weekly topics of the lecture phase are:
– Biblical Foundations for Missions
– Church planting and Language Learning
– History of Missions and Revivals
– Teamwork and Unity
– Evangelizing to Other Religions
– Cross-Cultural Adjustment
– Pioneering with the Holy Spirit
– Intercession that Changes Nations
– Make Disciples, who Make Disciples
– Worldview of Different Cultures and Religions
– Character of a Missionary
Empowered to go!
In the 3 month outreach phase you will have the chance to apply the skills and knowledge learned in lecture phase to see churches planted, people coming to Jesus and communities transformed!
The outreach locations are chosen by the individual student. You have the option of joining an existing team/ministry in the location of your choice, or join one of our pioneering teams.
This course is eligible for credit with the University of the Nations. For more info see www.uofn.edu