MUSIC EDUCATION & MISSIONS V (ATS 367)

26 Sep 2024 - 20 Dec 2024

University of Nations - YWAM Kona

Offered in: English

Prerequisite: DTS Music Education and Missions V is a 12-week intensive leadership and teacher training course in instrumental music education, ministry, and missions. This course is designed for the student who has a passion for reaching the orphaned, abandoned, refugee, and at-risk children and young people of the world through instrumental music education, evangelism, and discipleship - equipping them to be musical ambassadors with a life-changing message for their own people and the nations of the world. This training course is also designed to equip the student to be a qualified teacher/discipler in YWAM Symphony of Hope - an international YWAM ministry founded by Doug McClure. Music Education and Missions V is followed by Music Education and Missions VI. Each course is 12 weeks in length and will run in two consecutive quarters resulting in 24 total weeks of lecture phase. Upon completion of Music Education and Missions VI, the student will be required to participate in the Music Education and Missions V & VI combined outreach Field Assignment course. The main focus instruments of this course are: Strings - violin, viola, cello, and bass Woodwinds - flute, clarinet, oboe Indigenous instruments This course is designed for the intermediate string player, however, there is also a beginning track and an advanced track for the experienced player. Entrance into the advanced track is by audition. In addition to instrumental music training on strings, woodwinds, guitar, keyboard, and indigenous instruments, intensive Biblical leadership training including Bible Foundations of Faith, Apologetics, World Cultures and Music, Making of Disciples, Principles of Teaching, Youth Leadership and Evangelism, and Strategic Missions will be an integral part of this course.

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