Titus Project is a 3 month teaching experience for graduates of the School of Biblical Studies. The first 3 weeks involve a focused training time where interns learn the basics of teaching and preaching followed by 9 weeks of outreach. After working at an incredible pace for nine months, graduates of the School of Biblical Studies know the Bible better than 99% of the world! What more appropriate way is there to obey the words of Jesus, “…go into all the world and make disciples of all nations…” than to spend 3 months teaching people how to study the Bible inductively and inspiring them with your passion for God’s Word?
- Dates: January 14- April 7, 2018
- Program Leader: Sonya Yakavenko
Three weeks of training are conducted on-site and cover topics such as:
- Teaching Preparation Methods
- Illustrating Your Teaching
- Teaching Oral Learners
- Teaching Bible Overview
- The Seven Intelligences
- Learning Styles
- Teaching and Illustrating the Inductive Bible Study Method
The course also includes training in personality types, team dynamics, and cross-cultural communication. There is also a reading requirement, usually from these books:
"The Seven Laws of the Learner” – Wilkinson
"How To Read The Bible For All Its Worth” – Fee, Stuart
"Discipling Nations”- Darrow Miller
“Foreign to Familiar” – Sarah Lanier
The goal of outreach is to pass on to pastors and church leaders the tools of Inductive Bible Study so that they will be better equipped to teach their congregations. Topics such as Bible overview, Historical and Geographical Overview, and Effective Communication are also frequently requested of our teams. Outreach locations are selected on the basis of prayer, need, relationship, potential for growth and participants desire. We weigh the different options for each program and make the final decision.
- Prerequisites: Completion of the Discipleship Training School and Field Assignment or Crossroads Discipleship Training School (DSP 211/212) as well as completion of the School of Biblical Studies (CHR 213, CHR 315, CHR 316)
- Accreditation: 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
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Join us this winter! Course starts January 14, 2018
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