Missional Training

by | Focus Initiatives |

Every Christ follower is a missionary

God has called and commissioned every Christian to be a missionary. Throughout the year, DBA will offer conferences, meetings, calls to prayer, and service projects to equip our churches to be salt and light in places of spiritual darkness and material need in Dallas.

Equipping Christ-followers to be missionaries requires praying, learning, serving, and discipling. DBA provides beginner, intermediate, and advanced resources and training for each of these four areas.

“If you point out these things to the brothers and sisters, you will be a good minister of Christ Jesus, nourished on the truths of the faith and of the good teaching that you have followed.” (1 Timothy 4:6).

I Want to Answer the Call

Entry level

The entry level opportunities focus on one-time learning experiences or  “how to” learning activities. An example of an entry-level missional learning activity is prayer-walking in your community.

Intermediate Level

The intermediate level involves pastors, church staff, and key church leaders in a one-day service project or short-term learning group. One example of this kind of activity is facilitating a group to study a discipleship guide such as Missional Essentials together.

Advanced Level

The advanced level for missional training involves a longer-term commitment for a church or an individual. An example of an advanced activity would be training church leaders to begin quickly-multiplying, relational groups with non-believers who want to know more about following Jesus. Examples of study texts are Contagious Disciple Making or T4T: A Discipleship Re-Revolution.

Bobby Martin | 214.319.1154

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