Look what people had to say about MST 103!

“I was driven out of ministry because I was completely blind to my terrain. I was ineffective at setting boundaries and blind to the traps the enemy was setting for me. I wish I had had this course before I had left and will carry this knowledge with me when I return.”

“You all have a great concept going here – group interactions, intense equipping – it’s like Christmas for our growth!”

“So much wisdom – I will carry these truths with me for all my years – convicting, challanging and encouraging.”

MST-102 was amazing! Here’s why…

“Going into MST 102 I had a good idea of what’s God vision for my life was. After completing MST 102 I was able to turn that vision into the specific missions God had for my life, it was amazing!” -Graduating Seminary Student

MST-103 at Eastern University

With the first two modules behind us, we are mixing things up for our next offering “Know Your Terrain” with a new format and a new location!

MST-103: Know Your Terrain will be offered on Saturday, January 23rd in the Harold Howard Building at Eastern University.

The schedule for the new, one day module will follow this format:

Session #1: 8-9:30 a.m.– Know the Terrain: The Example of Gettysburg

Session #2: 9:30-11:45 a.m.– Boundaries That Must be Established and Maintained

Session #3: 12:30-3:00 p.m.– Relational Snares

Session #4: 3:20-5:30 p.m. –Prayer, New Discoveries, Worship

Sessions will be held in classrooms HHC105 and HHC106.  Map and Directions:

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More details will be posted as they become available.  Head over to the REGISTRATION page and reserve your seat!

Check out what Pastor Bate had to say about MST-102…

“I believe ‘IDS’ has come to stay. The concept of ‘survivalism’ in ministry is one that has been ‘under looked’ or ‘over looked’. I believe pastors, missionaries and anyone engaging in any type of work in the ministry needs this. This is not very much about our preaching or church history. . .it is about the trenches, the other side of ministry, the real battle ground. I greatly recommend the Identity School.” (Pastor Arung Bate, Cameroon, Africa).

A must read about MST-103 “Know Your Terrain”

The information shared in this next module is extremely practical and could save your ministry! It is essential that every minister have open and seeing eyes. We must train ourselves to see what others don’t normally see.  The Identity School’s next weekend, “Know the Terrain,” will be offered on January 22-23, 2010. Among other important topics, we will be focusing on “relational traps” and the necessity of establishing and maintaining healthy boundaries in ministry.

MST-103 : “Know Your Terrain” registration now open!

Two of the modules are now in the books. . .four to go! Don’t worry if you’ve missed one or both of the previous weekends.  Your ministry survival training can begin with any of the modules.  The Identity School’s next weekend, “Know the Terrain,” will be offered on January 23, 2010:

Session #1: 8-9:30 a.m.– Know the Terrain: The Example of Gettysburg

Session #2: 9:30-11:45 a.m.– Boundaries That Must be Established and Maintained

Session #3: 12:30-3:00 p.m.– Relational Snares

Session #4: 3:20-5:30 p.m. –Prayer, New Discoveries, Worship

MST-103 is designed to help ministers become more proficient in understanding the landscape of ministry context while working to develop strategies and structures that bring life to the system.  If you happened to miss out on the first two modules, do not be discouraged.  It is true that all six modules are designed to comprehensively work together, however the modules may be taken in any order so you can begin attending the Identity School modules at any time.  Head over to the registration page and sign up now to reserve your seat.