Revive - A Heart After God"I will put My Spirit within you and you will come to life, and I will place you on your own land. Then you will know that I, the Lord, have spoken and done it,” declares the Lord.’' Ezekiel 37:14
Come and seek the heart of God for prayer and worship. We will dive into what it looks like to partner with God in song writing, prophetic worship, intercessory worship, & praying without ceasing.
In John 15:15, Jesus says He no longer calls us his servants, but calls us His friends. Through listening, worshiping and talking with God we develop a deeper relationship with Him.
The Revive DTS offers a choice of 3 tracks (themes) for your school. Your track will be an area of development, enjoyment and intimacy with God for you during your school.
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The Revive DTS is designed for people aged 18-30. It is for those who are seeking spiritual refueling, refining of their identity in Christ and who have it on their hearts to learn how to reach out and bring the love of Jesus to the world.
What is a DTS?
This five-month discipleship training school has a 12-week training phase followed by an 8-week outreach across New Zealand. Students will have the opportunity to grow closer to God and listen to His voice in their own lives. You will have one on one time with Jesus, mentoring, small groups, engaging lectures, and lots of adventures while you are equipped to bring the Gospel to the nations. It is a time where faith, not just knowledge, is developed, strengthened, and applied in powerful ways.
Life on the Nelson campus is fun, community-focused, and enables you to learn both in and outside of the classroom. Nelson is the geographical center of New Zealand, known for being the sunniest region! Check out our local activities such as surfing, hiking, sailing and mountain biking with new friends from all over the world!
The 2 month outreach phase will be focused on partnering with God to reach out and bring revival across New Zealand! Join us as we set out on a prayer walk across the North Island