Timothy Ministry Training

Wellington, RSA

19 January 2019 to 6 December 2019 • Application deadline: 1 December 2018

TMT is a one-year intensive discipleship training program focused on training men and women for life and ministry. As a ministry of Joshua Generation Church (JoshGen), we firmly believe in the role of the local church and the value of being part of a church family. Because of this our training takes place within the context of the local church, with a focus placed on both theoretical learning and practical application through direct experience. More than just conveying information, our passion is to facilitate the growth of a student, equipping them to effectively fulfill their destiny, by supplying the necessary competencies and experience to succeed. We aim to develop a person to walk as someone of character, with a dynamic relationship with God, one who will be effective in whatever they set out to do. Resulting in an individual, encountered by a living God, changed and ready to bring change! Jesus is our model in all things and it is our goal to model the way we train our students, on the way He walked with His disciples on a day-to-day basis. We are based in the beautiful town of Wellington, in the Western Cape at JoshGen’s picturesque ‘Provence’ facility. Whilst studying at TMT, you will receive the opportunity to be equipped by gifted teachers and leaders; be involved to daily church life; and to serve and visit congregations all over the Western Cape, whilst having some fun doing it. We are able to expose you to a number of ministries and ministry gifts, allowing you to see first-hand how these ministries and gifts practically function within the Church. We also offer an optional internship program (2nd and 3rd year). The students that are accepted into this program are based in local JoshGen and Four12 Partnering congregations where they are able to serve and learn more about life, service and ministry in a safe and healthy environment. Check out our website http://timothytraining.co.za where you can find out more about us and how to apply. Contact: Anelda Rennison +27 (21) 873 6542

Altitude Ministry Team

Oxygen Life Church, Port Elizabeth, RSA • Starting Date: 31 January 2019

Altitude is a one-year intensive discipleship training program of Oxygen Life Church (www.oxygenlife.co.za). The goal is to train men and women for the work of ministry in the context of the local church through theoretical training and practical experience, to equip students with the necessary skills to be effective ministers. Why Altitude? More than ever, this world needs people who will follow the upward call of God. People who will put aside earthly pursuits that have no eternal value, and seek His kingdom first and foremost. The name Altitude is a reflection of our desire to do just that – to go up. Not in pride or position, but in seeking first the interests of the kingdom of God. It’s a kingdom above the kingdoms of this world, and God is looking for a generation that will let the reality of the heavenly kingdom inform their approach to the earthly one. We believe that by training and equipping men and women to seek the things above, we are going to see a greater outpouring of the power of God through our church into our city and beyond. Throughout the year, we aim to cover all the following areas of training: • Theology classes / theoretical training • Character and practical ministry classes • Gifting and skill development • Leadership training • Training through church (DNA, value system, community) • Intensive discipleship • Practical ministry (outreach and service) Apply now for 2019! Applications Closing Date: 16 November 2018.

Year of Your Life

Living Hope, Isle of Man • Next YOYL Dates: 8 September 2019 to 26 July 2020

Year of Your Life (YOYL) is a one-year internship dedicated primarily to serving Living Hope Church. The YOYL programme is aimed at students ages 18 years and older who are fully on board with the vision and heart of Living Hope. The applicants will need to be able to cover the costs of their air ticket and visa (but visa supporting documents will be supplied by Living Hope). The internship is a full-time commitment requiring at least 35 hours from Tuesday to Sunday. All interns will have a role that requires them to serve at weekend services and special events. Your individual role will be attached to a specific Living Hope congregation and this role will be managed by that congregation’s eldership team. The internship is a volunteer position and unpaid. However, accommodation and food are included via a host family to which you will be assigned. There are some expenses you will incur which are reclaimable. Interns must seek once-off sponsorship and/or monthly sponsorship for personal finances during the YOYL internship. Currently, the YOYL internship is open to international applications from members of Four12 partnering churches. We have a January and September intake. Applications are currently open until 22 April 2019. Email YOYL at yoyl@livinghope.im to ask for an application form or to request further information. NEXT PROGRAMME DATES: 8 Sept 2019 to 26 July 2020 APPLICANT REQUIREMENTS: • A committed Christian • 18+ years old • Exemplifies a godly lifestyle • Fully supports the vision of Living Hope APPLICATION PROCESS: 1) Complete the online application form (Email yoyl@livinghope.im to ask for an application form) 2) Provide a cover letter 3) Ask for a character reference from your Four12 church elder (emailed to yoyl@livinghope.im) 4) A 1-2 minute recorded video (from a phone is fine) explaining why you want to be a YOYL intern, and why you should be chosen. APPLICATION DEADLINE: 22 April 2019 INTERVIEWS: • The process for international applicants for the September intake will be a video chat arranged by Living Hope upon receipt of a completed application form. • Application form available by request, please email yoyl@livinghope.im. • For the January intake, we now plan to interview via video chat in August or early September. • During the Four12 Conference there will also be an opportunity to meet with some of the Living Hope elders over a lunch event. • After the interview process is complete, applicants will then be notified if they have been selected for the Year of Your Life Internship Program. After a successful application, the future interns will have to undergo a DBS check (find out more here: https://www.gov.uk/government/organisations/disclosure-and-barring-service) prior to starting. For more info contact Year of Your Life by sending an email to yoyl@livinghope.im.