Make Him Known

Know Who God Is

Want to Grow Your Relationship with God? Discover your purpose, go deeper with God, and travel the globe sharing the love of Jesus with YWAM.

What is YWAM?


Learn More About God And Yourself

YWAM's Discipleship Training School (DTS) is packed with powerful teaching and in-depth discipleship. It is a five-month long program where you’ll learn all about who Jesus is and how to be more like him as you grow with others in a Christ-centered community.


Share Jesus With Others

Now take that knowledge and turn it to action! We believe God created you with a purpose and part of that purpose is introducing others to the life-giving hope of who Jesus is.  So get ready to pack your bags and head off to another country and be immersed in another culture and have opportunities to share the gospel. We had teams this year in Thailand, Mexico, North Africa, South Africa, Brazil, Vietnam, and Colombia!

Be Captivated By God

Don't settle for a shallow and unsatisfying relationship with God. Grow in knowing who God is through:


Join others from around the world who desire to know God and make Him known. Community isn’t just a buzzword for us; it’s a calling that works itself into our day-to-day realities


Our discipleship takes you deep, rooting you in the truth of God’s Word and helping you grow in His love as you encounter Him in real, practical ways. 


Praise Him from the overflow of your relationship with God

What is a Discipleship Training School?


DTS Electives

Invest in your interests, skills, and passions to serve the Lord. Electives are added on to the Foundations DTS.  Click on an elective to find out more:

Considered Doing a Gap Year?

Do a full-year of missions by combining your Discipleship Training School (DTS) with the School of Ministry Development (SOMD). Travel the world, share the gospel, and discover your calling.


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