DISCIPLESHIP BIBLE SCHOOL
Spirit & Truth – Making The Bible Your Companion For Life
Encounter God and see his story unfold as you study the Bible under dynamic teachers and within a passionate community. Observe the chronology of biblical events, better understand each book in its historical context, understand the harmony between the books, know why it was written, and grasp the main ideas. While in DBS you will learn the foundational truths of Christianity.
Our goal is to see both Word and Spirit blend together and see the flame of revival go forth! The journey that began in the DTS will now continue in DBS.
One of the first things we learn in the DTS is the YWAM motto upon which the mission is founded is: “To know God and to make Him known.” Yet one cannot possibly claim to know God if he/she does not even know His Word. So in the DBS we make the Bible the student’s companion for life! The student will discover the unified story of the Bible, be discipled by the Bible and will fall in love with the Author of the Bible.
The course is like a sequel to the DTS: Students continue the discipleship process begun in the DTS by addressing a variety of topics illuminated in the Scriptures, by building godly character and developing a lifelong hunger and love for the Word. At the end of the 12-week lecture phase besides knowing your Bible better you will also be equipped to lead small group bible studies and you will be able to retell “God’s Story” by presenting an overview of the whole Bible to an audience of your choosing (e.g. to your fellow classmates, to a DTS on the campus, or to a group of preschool kids, etc. etc.).
Worldview and Origins
The Tribal Era
The Life of David
The Kings of Israel
Jesus and The Church
The life of Paul
The 5 books that John wrote
Post exile and intro to Gospels/Jesus
Successful completion of a YWAM – DTS and outreach
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