Upcoming Schools: September 2018 – A Life Together DTS – Apply Today!
Sep 24th, 2018 – March 1st 2019 / Muizenberg, South Africa
“For in Jesus all the fullness of God was pleased to dwell, and through Him God has reconciled all things, whether on earth or in heaven, making peace by the blood of His cross.” – Colossians 1: 19&20 (ESV)
In the wake of war and mass migration, racial tensions and ever widening economic inequality, we often feel that our sense of hope has all but dried up. There are days when we feel that the world has simply lost it’s imagination; and when we look in the mirror, we recognize that same tension within ourselves. This prevailing sense of isolation and insecurity, and a deep ache for honesty, belonging and community. Yet, as we face this ache within us, we are learning to be stubborn and choosing to take our cues from the Good News over and above the nightly news. For in our bones we believe that nother world is not only possible, but that she is already here…and on a quiet day we can hear her breathing.
Do you share our groaning for deeper community?
Our passion to see communities of conflict reconciled?
Our yearning for peace and the presence of justice to take root in nations?
Our longing for The Way of Jesus to be the very fragrance of our lives?
Our desire to know the love of God?
Our hope for the world?
The “A Life Together DTS” is a six month intensive YWAM Discipleship Training School focused on reconciliation, community and discipleship in the Way of Jesus. Throughout DTS participants will be invited into a lifestyle of merciful-missions and equipped to walk as ambassadors of reconciliation (2nd Corinthians 5:20) in the nations and in their communities. At it’s heart, A Life Together is a gathering space where fellow recovering sinners can wander together to widen their imaginations of what is actually possible in this world. We believe, whole heartedly, in a movement of loving God, one another, and the world well. We believe in learning to live justly, honestly and more beautifully so that theKingdom of Jesus can reach into and reconcile the most divisive, most violent and most segregated spaces in our lives and the communities around us.