Apostolic Catalyst Training School
Lead > Pioneer > Multiply
The Apostolic Catalyst Training School is designed to equip pioneers with the skills knowledge and character to successfully pioneer new YWAM bases, schools, mercy ministries, and outreach initiatives.
Next school: March 5 – May 27, Ogden Utah
Who Can Benefit from ACTS?
YWAMers who have the heart of a pioneer and have the tenacity to face the challenge of starting new ministries!
- YWAM Bases
- New UofN Schools or Seminars
- UofN Schools or Seminars in New Locations
- Mercy Ministries
- Outreach Initiatives
The heart of the pioneer is found listening to God’s voice and putting the vision he receives into action. Students and staff of the ACTS have gone on to pioneer each of the examples above!
What has God put on your heart to pioneer?
A Word from the ACTS Founder, Marty Meyer
Reading through the book of the Bible, “The Acts of the Apostles”, we are struck by the realization that it is not primarily about the 12 apostles who were with Jesus. Rather than Peter, James and John taking center stage, we are thrust into the missionary adventures of Paul, Barnabas, John-Mark, Silas and Apollos and others who were recognized as apostles.
We learn from the parables of Jesus that the kingdom of God is always multiplying, always growing. So it’s not surprising that from the early days of the church- God was multiplying his apostles- sent ones- called of God to start new works and expand His Kingdom. According to Ephesians 4:11 apostles work with prophets, evangelist, pastors and teachers to equip God’s people and to build up His church.
A peculiar thing about the book of Acts is its ending, or shall we say, the lack thereof. It speaks of Paul preaching the gospel in Rome “with all boldness and without hindrance!” One is compelled to turn the page but there’s nothing there… that’s it. Well, not exactly. The Acts of the Apostles continues to be written today wherever men and women of God step out in faith and in obedience to God expand His church on earth.
We have created ACTS, the Apostolic Catalyst Training School with the goal of equipping pioneers to complete the great commission. ACTS is for individuals and teams with apostolic calling and spiritual passion that want to impact the world for Jesus. ACTS will prepare such people to refine their vision and gain the skills and knowledge to make their dreams for God reality.
ACTS Intensive is an abbreviated version of ACTS especially designed for those in the process of pioneering or who have a clearly identifiable pioneering project. The ACTS Intensive will hit the ground running to equip pioneers to successfully implement their apostolic vision.
Each team graduating from the ACTS Intensive will be linked with an experienced Apostolic Coach who will provide accountability and insight for achieving their vision.
Join the next ACTS and prepare to change your world!
Topics & Speakers
Past schools have included:
- Faith In Pioneering with Marty Meyer, founder of YWAM Idaho Boise-Cascade
- Counting the Cost with Richard Thompson, founder of YWAM Las Vegas
- Strategic Missions with Fred Markert, founder of YWAM NSI
- Reaching the City with Tim Svoboda, director of YWAM San Francisco
- PROS Leadership with Sean Lambert, founder of YWAM San Diego/Baja
- Principles of Pioneering with Kel Steiner, founder of YWAM Myrtle Beach
- Apostolic Strategic Planning with Greg Griffin, founder of HopeVault
- Business as Mission with David Stone, founder & CEO of First Rate
- Destiny Finder with Michael Brodeur, Author of “Revival Culture”
- Multiplicational Apostolic Ministry with Rob Meyer, founder of Harvest Frontiers & The Depot Ministry
ARE YOU READY TO START SOMETHING NEW?
Dates: March 5th – May 27th
Cost: $3,000USD (Regular Student Tuition)
Location: The next school will be run at YWAM Utah Campus, a campus of YWAM Idaho, in Ogden, Utah.
Curriculum: Each week of the ACTS school includes 12 – 14 hours lectures + work duties, time for assignments, worship, intercession, and discipleship time.
By the end of the school each student will have a pioneering project. This project will be constructed from weekly assignments. Students will have the opportunity to present their pioneering project to the students, staff, and other invited guests of the school.