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Questions Unanswered: Why You Should Do a YWAM BSN

October 30, 2020
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During my School of Ministry Development (SOMD) the Lord first placed it on my heart to be a part of YWAM Louisville’s Bible School for the Nations (BSN). I had already determined in my mind that I was going to apply for staff after I graduated my SOMD. My hope was to join at the…

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Collin’s Story: What’s Changed?

October 16, 2020
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I’m not who I was before DTS, I’ve changed.   I did my DTS in the fall of 2016, right after I graduated high school. I started following Jesus around the age of eight, and it deeply changed my priorities in life. The more I learned about Jesus, the more I was slowly compelled to…

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What I Heard in the Stillness

August 28, 2020
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Change: it’s a part of life. We can know this, say this, but when the ole’ saying “the rubber meets the road” occurs, we can come to a screeching halt. In these current days, this pandemic has brought about more change than we could have ever known was coming, while currently impacting us in ways…

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From College to Missions: Heather’s DTS Story

July 31, 2020
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I had just graduated college with a Bachelor’s in Social Work and a determination in my heart to “help” others however I could. I was a fiery-eyed social worker, ready to see justice put into action but where? How? That, I was unsure of. However, I could not deny this stirring in my heart that…

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Tips on How to Spend Time With God

April 24, 2020
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“You have made us for yourself, O Lord, and our heart is restless until it rests in you.” -St Augustine   Life is made up of seasons. Some are crazy and busy, some are quiet and still. There are seasons of sowing and preparing. Some seasons are those of waiting, of pressing in and trusting.…

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5 Ways To Tell if You Are a 3rd Culture Kid

January 16, 2020
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First of all, a third culture kid (or TCK) is someone who was raised in a culture that is different from their parents culture, or the culture of the country on their passport. They assume a new third culture that is influenced both by their parents and where they’re raised.

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How to dress like a Fijian

September 27, 2019
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How to dress like a Fijian My Experience I went to Fiji for one month this past spring for the outreach phase of my Bible School for the Nations (BSN) and it was different from any place I’d gone before. Fiji is a Christian nation, and it showed. Everywhere I went, I felt safe. I…

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