Int'l Trainings

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Jesus Youth trainings play an integral role in the faith formation of its members. They bring together people from a variety of backgrounds to have an experience of living in Christian fellowship. Trainings also help to update the members’ vision with particular emphasis on a lifestyle of holiness, missionary enthusiasm and personal effectiveness.
 
Jesus Youth International Fulltime Volunteers’ Training (JYIFT)
It is meant for prospective young people who have a desire to grow in the Lord and dedicate their lives for the Kingdom of God. We encourage people who can set apart valuable time for the Lord’s work in their countries. Each batch is limited to a maximum of 30 participants. JYIFT 2010 will be the fifth batch.
 
JYIFT ’10
3 July 2010 to 31 July 2010
Garden of Gospel Peace, Thailand
 
Jesus Youth International Leaders’ Training (JYILT)
It is meant to train and equip key leaders to help facilitate the movement’s growth globally. Each batch is limited to a maximum of 30 participants. JYILT 2010 will be the third batch.
 
JYILT ’10
4 July 2010 to 16 July 2010
Garden of Gospel Peace, Thailand
 
Jesus Youth International Animators’ Training (JYIAT)
It is meant for lay animators, priests and religious who are interested in animating a youth ministry and in helping young families to grow in Christian maturity. Possible future animators are also welcome. Each batch is limited to a maximum of 25 participants. JYIAT 2010 will be the third batch.
 
JYIAT ’10
23 July 2010 to 4 August 2010
Garden of Gospel Peace, Thailand
 
Jesus Youth International Exposure Programme (JYIEP)
It is meant for upcoming young leaders to get a deeper exposure to the Jesus Youth lifestyle and spirituality. A team of key leaders from the movement will accompany the group throughout their training.
 
JYIEP ’10
12 July 2010 to 22 July 2010
Garden of Gospel Peace, Thailand
 
For more information please contact jyglobal@jesusyouth.org 
Click below to download programme outline and other details along with the registration form.   
 
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