Opening Doors to the Gospel

Training mature indigenous Christ-followers with practical skills that create opportunities to share their faith.

Why Train?

Including Indigenous Believers in the Great Commission

 

‘Training’ instead of ‘doing’ on short-term trips is a critical part of our model. We work with trusted international partners and mature believers, teaching them new skills that meet needs in their communities as a door opener to share the Gospel.

Recent Training Updates

How It Works

Have you thought about ‘training’ instead of ‘doing’ on your next short term trip?
Learn some of the steps that we take in implementing our training trips.

1

Partner Selection


Finding a local partner with a vision for sustainable ministry.

2

Training Selection


What training would be the most strategic for the partner’s ministry?

3

Curriculum Preparation


Create, refine, order supplies, have materials translated.

4

Build Your Team


Find people with a vision to equip and share their knowledge.

5

Communicate


Clarify details and set expectations with the partner and the team.

6

Prepare


Passports, Airfare, Visas, Immunizations, Prayer.

7

Go!


The execution for the training after months of preparation.

8

Follow Up


Follow up with partner and trained students to support and receive reports of training use.

Training allows physical and spiritual needs to be met long after the team returns!

Areas We Train

Training typically takes place over one week.

Dental Training

Medical Training

Eyesight Training

Film Training

Mechanical Training

Farm Training