Gathering the Nations
If you love building close relationships with people from other cultures, then the MDTS is just for you. Each MDTS will offer translation & financial scholarships. See dates below to see what languages are offered.
About This Elective
Just as God displays the beauty of unity & diversity through the relationship of the Trinity, so we believe that great joy is released when the nations share their unique gifts with each other. And this joy shines like a light to the rest of the world showing them that peace and hope are possible no matter our differences. Jesus said it this way — “Your love for one another will prove to the world that you are my disciples.” (John 13:35)
The Multicultural DTS begins with 3 months of missions training (offered in multiple languages), and then sends you out on 2 months of international outreach.
What To Expect?
A YWAM DTS is for people of all ages (17+) who are serious about taking their relationship with God to the next level. You’ll be in situations that challenge you and bring out your strengths and weaknesses as you learn to give your all for Jesus. You’ll learn how to hear God and to obey Him. Your relationship with God will be on the fast track!
June 21 – Nov. 7
Languages: Portuguese & English
Training phase tuition covers the cost of meals, lodging, guest speakers, and books. Because we are wanting to have a diverse community, we are offering several financial scholarships. Contact us to apply for a scholarship. Outreach fees vary from $1000-$4000, depending on the location and cost of airfare.
Learn More About DTS
The first three months of DTS prepares your heart and your mind to go. We bring in gifted speakers to teach on topics like God’s father heart, forgiveness, and how to study the Bible. Learn More.
The DTS outreach will take you to the ends of the world to preach the gospel, to show God’s love to the poor, to pray for the sick, to rescue the enslaved, and to care for those in need.
Check out our videos from past DTS teams. Hear our students express in their own words what they saw and did and picture yourself in their shoes. Learn More.
What is outreach like? What is it really like to be part of the DTS community? Our blog is filled with stories written by DTS students like you. Learn More.