Start Date: Wednesday, 01 August 2018
Missions Discipleship Training (MDT) is an intensive training program aimed at equipping you for a missional life wherever God calls you. We focus on growing you in your journey as a follower of Christ.
Are you eager for more of God and desire to grow and experience His working in and through you? MDT Love Europe is a foundational Discipleship course to help you grow as a believer. It prepares you for a lifetime journey of following Christ and equips you to be His Ambassador to the nations.
See also https://www.om.org/de/deutsch/mission-trip/de/G4082
Our four key focus areas are:
Cross-cultural community life - We live in a vibrant cross cultural community of many nations from around the world, learning how to understand and grow together.
One-on-one mentoring - We aim to prepare you, equip you and expand your world view as you discover who you are in Christ and all that He has prepared in advance for you to do!
Study-based knowledge - Our program will take you through a discipleship module, give you a structure of spiritual discipline and cover an introduction to missions through our missions module.
Our modules are: Discipleship, Missions, Identity in Christ, World Faiths, Kingdom of God and the Scarlet thread through the Bible.
Practical ministry experience - We take you on outreaches across Europe to introduce you to a wide variety of communities, cultures and ministries.
Please note: UK-based vacancies on this site are salaried and non-UK-based vacancies are unsalaried.
Most people joining OM raise financial support towards the cost of their salaries/expenses. This is usually through gifts from home churches and other supporters. Training and support in this is provided.
Please also note: as a result of our Christian ethos, this post is covered by a Genuine Occupational Requirement (GOR) under the Equality Act 2010. The successful applicant will be expected to be a practising Christian and to clearly demonstrate a personal commitment to the mission, principles, values and practices of the organisation.