Titus Overview

Titus is a 3-month program designed to develop SBS graduates in communication skills and equip them for teaching and preaching on the mission field. Titus is dedicated to training church leaders throughout the world in the Word of God. To accomplish this, we prepare School of Biblical Studies graduates in teaching and preaching, and mobilize them where Bible teaching is greatly needed.

The Titus Project program is 12 weeks long, and consists of:

  • Three weeks of Training & Preparation
  • Eight weeks of Outreach
  • One week of Debriefing

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Lecture Phase

During the Training and Preparation Phase, participants receive training on how to put together and present a lecture, with opportunities to practice and receive feedback. Other topics include learning styles, how to illustrate effectively, and teaching cross-culturally. Classes are bi-lingual in English & Khmer and Students may do their teaching in either language.

Outreach Phase

During the Outreach Phase, teams consisting of 3-4 people are sent out to teach and preach, training up church leaders around the world in God’s Word. Teaching usually consists of passing on the tools of the Inductive Method and teaching through a variety of books of the Bible. Other speaking opportunities may include teaching Biblical topics or preaching. Outreach locations are focused within South-East Asia.

Upcoming School

Titus runs every year from around June – September

The next Titus will run from July 10th – September 27th, 2017

Prerequisites

Completion of the Discipleship Training School and Field Assignment (DSP 211,212) as well as completion of the School of Biblical Studies (CHR 213,312,313).

Costs

Lecture Phase

Country A = $450
Country B = $300
Country C = $150

Outreach Phase

Costs vary depending on the outreach location.

YWAM DTS Fee Structure

For more information, please email us at info@uofnbattambang.com

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University of the Nations

This Titus is a University of the Nations registered course. Twelve (12) semester equivalent credits will be earned upon successful completion of Titus Project (CHR 214). These credits may be applied to a U of N degree program or transferred to other participating colleges or universities.