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"Supporting SKMB Churches and Camps in making disciples."

Discipleship Saskatchewan

For more information please contact: Ryan Epp @  ryane@multiply.net 


Saskatchewan Mennonite Brethren have a rich history of discipleship and disciple-making. Our M.B. faith pioneers were compelled to make disciples by their love for God and the Great Commission of Jesus. Our provincial M.B. history gives testimony to discipling followers of Jesus in creative ways. The Saskatchewan Conference of M.B. Churches (SKMB) is seeking to build on this history by responding to a profound need for disciple-ship amongst youth and young adults. Our unique partnership with MB Mission to actively promote the SOAR, TREK and Discipleship on Mission discipleship programs is one path to addressing that need.

SOAR Saskatchewan

SOAR Saskatchewan is a 10-day discipleship training and mission program. Teams are partnered with local ministries in Saskatoon and Regina.

What to Expect

  • Orientation - 4 days - Spiritual formation, team building and inner-city exposure
  • Assignment - 5 days - Hands on service with local ministries, learn as you serve together
  • Debrief - 2 days - Process what you learned and be prepared to continue living out God’s call

Discipleship on Mission

Discipleship on Mission (DOM) is an 8 month school where you get both classroom and experiential learning. You will be challenged by mission in Canada and Thailand. Discover God, Yourself and the World.

What to Expect

  • First Semester - 4 months of spiritual formation, team building and mission training across Canada. Focused on themes of reconciliation, North American idols, spiritual authority, and knowing how your story fits with God’s bigger story.
  • Second Semester - Learn from and serve along- side long-term missionaries and national workers. Engage experiences in church planting, evangelism, international development, human trafficking, refugees and migrant workers.

Trek Central Canada

Trek is discernment for long-term local, global, inner-city, church planting or marketplace ministry. TREK internships are partnerships with MB confer- ence churches, plants, ministries or global workers.

What to Expect

  • May - June - orientation phase with 8 intensive modules that cover topics such as introduction to mission, preaching, prayer counseling, intercession, cross-cultural adaptation, evangelism and disciplines of leadership. Each participant will develop a ministry portfolio highlighting their ministry vision, values, giftings and practical ministry experiences.
  • July - April - on-site across the globe assisting local ministries and creating community while dis- cerning your next steps.

 

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