So, while the missionary brings the framework for the workshop - such as the doctrinal elements and the supporting Scripture - he works together with the local team to make those doctrines especially relevant and understandable to the local church. Ultimately, the workshop is comprised of two principle parts: (a) training the indigenous leaders in the course material and (b) training them to train others in the same material. After the workshop, workbooks and resources are printed and given to the indigenous leader(s) to enable them to instruct the believers under their care, and to train them to disciple others, in turn.
Finally, TTPI is committed to the long-term success of local churches. To this end, ongoing support will be provided to insure the vitality of the local church(es). This support consists of regular email and/or telephone communications to answer questions and provide guidance; additional resources, as needed; and personal visits as deemed necessary.
There are a number of ways to get involved with the work of TTPI:
- Churches and other ministries anywhere in the world can request TTPI training for themselves or for people groups with whom they are working at present (click here for more information).
- Individuals can apply to become TTPI trainers to serve on short- or long-term projects (click here for more information).
- Anyone can provide prayer and financial support! TTPI relies wholly on the provision of God as He makes resources available through the support of His people. Please prayerfully consider how God might have you to get involved. To commit to prayer or financial support, click here.