Foundations for Transforming Nations
Jesus told us to disciple every nation. How do we do this?
Foundations for Transforming Nations equips YWAM missionaries with biblical principles for each sphere of society and an understanding of how God brings transformation to nations.
FTN aims to be practical – to teach both principles and application in real world situations — so you can obey Jesus’ command to make disciples in all nations.
During FTN, you’ll learn how to find biblical principles of the kingdom of God in every sphere of society. For example, we’ll discuss environmental issues, the make-up of families, and the role of government in a just society.
You’ll gain experience teaching and applying these principles in real world situations to see transformation. And you’ll trace how God has worked through men and women in history to bring transformation to individuals and communities. Throughout the school, you’ll research and strategize with God to create a plan to see real change brought to a real community.
Pre-Requisites: Successful completion of DTS and DTS outreach; Successful completion of a University of the Nations Bible Core Course (such as Bible School for the Nations, School of Biblical Studies, etc)
What To Expect?
Expect to have your thinking challenged about what God wants for nations and how to work for it. Expect lively discussions and hard work, lots of laughter, and for transformation to begin with you.
January 5 – April 6
Tuition covers the cost of meals, lodging, guest speakers, and books. Outreach fees vary from $2500 – $4000, depending on the location and cost of airfare.
Learn More About FTN
You’ll investigate real life situations to apply what you’re learning and to see how God has brought transformation. You’ll produce your own change plan to impact a situation that you are passionate about. Learn More.
You will research hands-on projects to apply and teach biblical principles in cross-cultural settings. You’ll partner with a ministry to apply these principles, create a change initiative, and sustain it.
Check out our videos from past 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 YWAM community? Our blog is filled with stories written by students like you. Learn More.