Our world is waiting for a hero generation, brave souls, radical thinkers, men and women of action. We believe God is giving you the dreams and courage to lead the future and transform nations. At YWAM Kona, in partnership with the University of the Nations, we are raising up a generation of activists, full of passion and love for Jesus, to bring his truth, power and love to every area of society.
The pre-requisite to our degree tracks, DISCIPLESHIP TRAINING SCHOOL (YWAM-DTS) is a wild adventure. A program designed to bring you into a community, tangibly experience God’s love, hear his voice, and discover his plans for your life.Learn more about DTS
Crafted to challenge you, the DTS will inspire your love for the Bible, intercession, reaching the lost and servant hearted leadership. Three months of training in Kona, Hawaii followed by a two month international outreach applying all you have learned.Learn more about Outreach
Be immersed in and transformed by the Word of God. Begin a systematic study of each of the sixty-six books of the Bible.Learn more about SBS
Explore the whole Bible in detail. Become grounded in the truth of Scripture. Get prepared for your ministry and calling.Learn more about SBS
Learn the Inductive Approach to Bible study, which gives you tools to begin a lifetime of revelation. Experience a panoramic view of the Bible and God’s message in every book.Learn more about SBS
Carry the truth you have found to a world of hungry souls! Go on an adventure with your friends as you learn to teach and preach in a variety of cross-cultural contexts.Learn more about SBS
To finish up your Biblical Studies AA Degree, you can choose from any one of our other UofN courses. Browse through, and decide on an elective course based on your passion and interests.Choose an Elective
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