Treasure DTS is a 5-6 month discipleship training school that provides biblical understanding and practical application of who God is, his heart for the nations, and his heart for the individual; it includes classroom lecture, intentional discipleship, local and international evangelism, and teaching on how to make Jesus Christ known throughout the world.
To give students the opportunity to grow in discipleship, evangelism, worship, intercession, and Christian values. This happens during a three-month lecture phase with twelve different topics centered on Jesus Christ, the Trinity, Evangelism, Identity, and Discipleship. During the course of the Lecture phase, there are weekly assignments that focus on finding the Treasure around you. You will be tasked to go out in the community and get to know those around you, ranging from store owners, students, refugees, and locals. Then through different means, you will tell their story!
-We will also be part of a ‘Perspectives Class’ which is included in your DTS tuition. Each Monday evening we will join the greater Boise community for this course which will lead to an even greater understanding of the world we live in. http://www.perspectives.org/
-This leads to our two-month outreach somewhere out in the world. We will pray as a staff team and hear God’s voice for where he wants the DTS to travel. We will be working with, Refugees, homeless communities, mercy ministries, and individuals worldwide.
The DTS Aims to Graduate Students:
With a growing understanding of the breadth and depth of God’s character and ways
Who are becoming more like Jesus in the way they relate to God and people
Who increasingly cooperate with the empowering presence of the indwelling Holy Spirit
Who listen to and obey God as the result of God’s enabling Grace
Who search the Scripture in such a way that transforms beliefs, values, and behaviors
With strengthened lifestyles of worship, intercession, and spiritual warfare
With a greater ability to work with others, especially those different to themselves
Who can share the Gospel with the lost and have a lifelong commitment to do so
With a commitment to continue to be involved in some way with God’s work among the nations, including unreached people, the poor, the needy, and in spheres of society
Who understand the calling and values of YWAM and are aware of a variety of opportunities available to them throughout YWAM
With a clearer understanding of God’s purposes for their life and a sense of their life direction
Go on to serve God in either a context familiar or foreign to
Pursue further training (in or outside of YWAM) to equip them for further service.