We want our students to be completely immersed into the lifestyle of discipleship and service to God.
We provide the lodging for the students and most of the meals during the week, so that they can concentrate on their studies, spiritual growth, and service projects. Initially, students will stay with the host families from our church but we already have some plans to arrange the lodging at the school’s campus in the future.
Worship and singing are first and foremost a Give Glory to God, yet on a different level worship changes and challenges the worshiper who comes into God’s presence.
Choir singing is also instrumental in teaching participants the practical importance of team work and the necessity to listen to those who sing next to them.
Sometimes this outreach includes street evangelism, at other times it is helping in a homeless shelter, or packing the food for the hungry, or visiting the nursing home for elderly. This regular witnessing
opportunity helps the students to embrace a lifestyle of a witness of Christ and to prepare to be Jesus’ witnesses in all circumstances.
We want all Missio Dei participants to experience deep spiritual transformation. We realize that no human can actually change another human being: God changes people. We see our task in helping to
bring students into God’s presence so that they experience a lasting change. In order to facilitate that, students have to embrace spiritual discipline that includes daily reading from the Bible (at least 3 chapters a day), individual and group prayer daily, regular participation in a local church.
"Now to him who is able to do immeasurably more than all we ask or imagine, according to his power that is at work within us, 21 to him be glory in the church and in Christ Jesus throughout all generations, for ever and ever! Amen." Ephesians 3:20-21