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Missionary Training Program
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ACM's Missionary Training Program (MTP) is a six-month training course designed to equip Christians towards effective cross-cultural ministry through subjects on world missions, spiritual development, leadership development, personal discipline in the ministry, Asian missionary life, team dynamics and building, cross-cultural anthropology, effective teaching, resource communication, and the like. The training is comprised of:
  • 3 1/2 months of FREE classroom instruction
  • School materials, food and transportation expenses not included
  • 2 weeks partially subsidized local missions exposure trip
  • 2 months international missions exposure trip to the trainee's target country
  • ACM will subsidize 50% of the total cost of the international missions exposure trip (excluding pocket money) provided it does not exceed $2,000.00. The student should raise the remaining 50%.

Qualifications for Admissions:

  • A clear divine call from God to be a missionary
  • Integrity of character
  • At least two years track record of good and effective ministry
  • The full support of his/ her local church
  • Sound theological foundation
  • Effective communication skills
  • Emotional stability
  • Good physical health
  • An age of 27 to 55 years
  • Should pass all screening interviews

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