Would you like to partner with God and others to bring restoration, healing and wholeness to the nations? People of all cultures experience the pain and suffering that comes from living in a broken world. Whether that brokenness is within the individual, the family, the culture or the nation, healing is a crucial part of the discipleship process.


You will begin with three months of classroom experience that utilizes teaching, discussions, small group sharing, ministry practice, personal reflection, worship and prayer. You will be able to develop and apply your skills in the context of the safety and support of your FBC community. The experience is designed to challenge and invite a deep movement into authentic relating and ministry to others as you are led by the Holy Spirit.  The field assignment, taken the following quarter,  will provide enriching cross cultural opportunities and challenges  as you work with your team to facilitate healing, restoration and wholeness.

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Arrival: January 2nd, 2020

Departure: March 25th, 2020


Non-Degree: $4,395

AA Degree Track: $3,000




Pre-requisites: YWAM DTS

Course Code: CNH 211

U of N Credits: 12


Partnering with the Holy Spirit in the ministry process

Learning specific ministry tools

Implementing specific ministry tools

Gaining Biblical foundations for  ministry

Gaining Biblical foundations for the normal discipleship process


The field assignment provides a practical experience where the knowledge, skills and character qualities of a Biblical counselor learned in the lecture phase are put into practice in a mission field setting. Students will find enriching cross-cultural opportunities and challenging experiences of working on a team at one of the ministry locations around the world.

Jessica Leigh

Jessica Leigh was born and raised in Seoul, South Korea until she immigrated to the US at age 16.  She has been a believer since 1994.  She graduated with a Masters of Social Work degree in 1998 from University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC) Jane Addams the College of Social Work and subsequently worked as a school social worker in an early childhood program at Chicago Public Schools.  In 2007, God called her to serve Him as a full time minister/counselor at her home church until 2015…

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Contact School


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.