Get Ready for the Mission Field | ready2go Candidate School

Are you full of passion and determination to follow the call of Christ and take the Good News into all the world?

Are you interested in missions or on the mission field already and want to learn more about Globe Mission as a sending agency?

Come to the Globe Mission Candidate School – one week of intensive learning, participating, and making connections with students from many different backgrounds.

Dates

14 – 19 February 2022

Important notice

Due to the current coronavirus protection regulation for the containment of COVID-19, participation is only possible for fully vaccinated and recovered persons (“2G”).
Masks (medical or FFP2) are mandatory in the rooms until you take your seat.

We want to train missionary candidates for the tasks and challenges of missionary life. Our approach is a holistic one.
Some of the lessons covered are:

  • Evangelism and cross-cultural communication
  • Family life on the mission field
  • Biblical principles of multiplication
  • Biblical approach to poverty
  • Financial management for missionaries
  • Fundraising and communication with supporters and sponsors
  • Developing a ministry strategy
  • Globe Mission’s goals and core values

Globe thus wants to send out missionaries with a biblical understanding of the Great Commission and of 21st-century missions so that many people can be reached with the Gospel of Christ!

Completion of the Candidate School is a requirement for becoming a Globe missionary.

Informations

Cost: Individual: 150 €, Couple: 250 €
This fee includes tuition, accommodation and lunch.
Breakfast and dinner must be provided by the participant.
Application deadline: After consultation
Languages of instruction: German or English 
Registration: Application form
Please consider that during Candidate School we can not take care of your children. It is not possible to take pets with you during that time.

“For us, missions school was a blessing as well as an ideal preparation for the next step toward cross-cultural ministry.“

“The sessions were a valuable extension to previous experience on the mission field. Many lessons were enlightening, and I also found myself confronted with a series of new questions.”