About Us


Deadline: May 10, 2020

Titus Project is a 3-month program designed to equip School of Biblical Studies graduates to learn to be effective communicators of the Word of God wherever they go.

3 Week training phase – participants learn to prepare and present Bible teachings to anyone/ anywhere
2 Month outreach – aimed for participants to teach 6 to 12 hours a week
1 Week debrief

Titus 1:1 “… to further the faith of God’s elect and their knowledge of the truth which accords with godliness.”

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OUR FOCUS


Bible illiteracy is a real thing and there is a need! Titus Project’s focus is to equip the global church with tools for studying the Bible for themselves. We want to raise long-term Bible teachers who are passionate to be part of ending Bible Illiteracy around the world.

Why Titus Project?


The global church is suffering from Biblical malnutrition. Despite Christianity’s explosive growth the church in the developing world lacks trained, Biblically educated leaders. To date, there is one formally trained church leader for every 450,000 people outside of the U.S. Some even say that 85% of Pastors worldwide have had no formal training whatsoever. That means that most of the 77,000 unbelievers coming to Christ daily are left with a shortage of qualified leaders to disciple them. Our purpose is to meet this need by training and sending Bible teachers to disciple a new generation of believers who are deeper grounded in Biblical truth.

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SCHOOL INFORMATION


Dates

Arrival day: July 2, 2020
Departure: Sep 16, 2020

Dates

Arrival day: 01/07/2021
Departure: 03/31/2021

Costs

$5,000

Languages

English

Prerequisites

Successful completion of a School of Biblical Studies

SCHOOL TOPICS


The Heart of a Teacher
Methods of Teaching and Preaching Preparation
Illustrating Your Teaching
How to Present a Teaching (Communication)
Different Learning Styles
Methods and Models for Teaching & Illustrating the Inductive Method
Teaching Through A Translator
Teaching Bible Overview
Teaching Oral Learners
Team Dynamics
Cross Cultural Communication

Grace Kim


Grace did her DTS in Kona 2014 and completed her BA in Elementary Education 2016. She then went on to do her School of Biblical Studies and Titus Project in Lakeside, Montana in 2016-17. She loves studying God’s Word and is passionate to teach others how to read the Bible. Bible illiteracy is a real dilemma and she is called to raise up long-term Bible Teachers to go out into the nations to equip, disciple, and love the church.

Gracie Walton


Gracie Walton is originally from the suburbs of Chicago and completed her DTS, SBS and Titus Project in Tijuana, Mexico. She starting out staffing SBS in Mexico before joining the DBS team in Panama and then in Kona. She has a heart for teaching God’s Word, counseling students, and discovering how historical background can make the Bible come to life. One of her biggest desires is to see young people build a healthy foundation for their lives based on the Bible.

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Accreditation


THE UNIVERSITY OF THE NATIONS IS NOT ACCREDITED BY AN ACCREDITING AGENCY RECOGNIZED BY THE UNITED STATES SECRETARY OF EDUCATION.  Admission to the University of the Nations (U of N) and any of its sponsored programs is open to qualified individuals regardless of race, color, nationality, ethnic origin, gender, and educationally unrelated handicaps. U of N reserves the right to change schedules and course offerings as deemed necessary.