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Encounter God and see his story unfold as you study the Bible under dynamic teachers and within a passionate community. Observe the chronology of biblical events, better understand each book in its historical context, understand the harmony between the books, know why it was written, and grasp the main ideas. While in DBS you will learn the foundational truths of Christianity.


Our goal is to see both Word and Spirit blend together and see the flame of revival go forth! The journey that began in the DTS will now continue in DBS.

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Arrival Day: 04/07/2022
Departure Day: 06/30/2022






Successful completion of a YWAM – DTS and outreach

In accordance with State Law, all students and student children must present proof of age appropriate vaccinations in order to attend any program at the University of the Nations—YWAM Kona. Please click here for the vaccination requirements.


Worldview and Origins

The Pentateuch

The Tribal Era

The Life of David

The Kings of Israel

The Prophets

Jesus and The Church

The life of Paul

The 5 books that John wrote

Post exile and intro to Gospels/Jesus


Gracie Walton

Gracie Walton is originally from the suburbs of Chicago and completed her DTS, SBS and Titus Project in Tijuana, Mexico.  She started out staffing SBS in Mexico before joining the DBS team in Panama in 2017, and then moved to Kona in 2019 to work with DBS and Titus Project. She loves teaching God’s Word, counseling students, and helping others discover how learning about the context of Scripture can make it come to life. One of her biggest desires is to see young people build a foundation for their lives based on Biblical truths!

Contact School


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