This year-long training course provides a ‘taste’ for local church gospel ministry. It aims to train men and women in the fundamental principles and skills of various gospel ministries.
Jesus stated that the world needs more gospel teachers (see Matthew 9:38). We’ve noticed over the past years that more and more young people want to start their theological training for gospel work in one/two year apprenticeship programmes before possible training at theological college or Bible college.
In co-operation with the national 9:38 scheme Dundonald runs this year-long training course. It provides a good ‘taste‘ for local church gospel ministry. It aims to instil deep convictions of the necessity and nature of a Word ministry forged in the context of practical experience and to train men and women in the fundamental principles and skills of various gospel ministries.
Each apprentice works in the church and receives counsel and help from a ‘trainer’ as well as weekly participation at the Apprentices’ Workshop.
If you would like more information about the Apprenticeship Scheme please contact the church office.