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So what is a YWAM DTS anyway?

Jordan Norris September 2, 2014

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Picture = 1000 Words 

Maybe you've heard a lot about a YWAM DTS, maybe not, but if a picture is worth a 1000 words, how many words are 2500 pictures worth?(...and that's just the first 1 1/2 minute video.)

 

 

 

And some words...

Who's words could be better than the wife of the founder of Youth with a Mission?

"The original purpose for the DTS was to make missionaries. We wanted to give students the equipment to be able to serve God: to give them the tools, but also to give them the character. We wanted people to know God and learn how to make Him known. We recognized that the learning process was speeded up by living together, by learning from people who actually were walking in faith, working in some category of service to the Lord.

Part of the goal was to have a cross-cultural experience, to be able to know how to share the gospel cross-culturally, but the bottom line of this was always to make missionaries, that was the purpose of the DTS and so the best way possible to equip them."[1]

-Darlene Cunningham

 

Discipleship: 

 

 

And go:

Complete the process of becoming a missionary, go and share God's love with the world! 

  

 


15 REASONS WHY YOU SHOULD DO YOUR YWAM DTS IN MAZATLAN

Become A Missionary

FEEL LIKE YOU'RE NOT READY TO BECOME A MISSIONARY? ...YOU MAY NOT BE.


 

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