One thing I’ve really appreciated about the Missionary Training Centre is how they value training women, not just men.
When my husband and I entered the Missionary Training Centre, we were headed to West Africa. I had wanted to minister there since I was a little girl.
“Can you tell us where to go?”“How do I know where God wants me?” “What if I go to the wrong country?”
NTM’s ongoing educational programs demonstrate our commitment to excellence and care for your missionaries.
Right now, many people groups are ready -- even asking -- for missionaries to work among them. But there aren’t enough.
Shane Cateriny's ministry is not simply working on a building. It's making sure there's a place fit for training people to take God's Word to unreached people.
A teacher urges his students to focus on God Himself.
A dedicated team worked for years to translate God’s Word into the language of this isolated tribe. Yet even as the cheers of joy and accomplishment echo, the clang of uncertainty reverberates as well. Some ever-present questions remain unanswered. What happens now?
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Missionary candidates are discovering that God will use a culture and language acquisition practicum to mould them more into the image of His Son, Jesus.
Missionary candidate considers why one veteran missionary is still pressing on, even after enduring significant hardships.
Bob Nyberg helps new missionaries acquire the skills they need to establish a church among a remote people group.
What does an institute in Michigan have to do with cross-cultural church planting? Everything.
Joanna Kreiger is finding that strength and perseverance are also necessary to becoming a missionary, not just remaining one.
Sometimes tribal peoples’ hearts seem as dry and dusty as the landscape. But giving up would mean missing out.
Students at NTM's Missionary Training Center gain insights on many aspects of missionary life.
A powerful truth emerges from a Hdi Bible translation session.
Even in training, NTM missionaries learn to build relationships to prepare hearts to hear and receive the Good News.
The people fear that looking at one can cause paralysis or death.
Missionaries-in-training know their future work will flow from walking in the Spirit.