The Headquarters of the Youth Evangelical Fellowship (YEF HQ) is currently planning to open a second, and possible third mission school to finish the Old Testament curriculum of the first program. Each mission school will be a two weeks intensive program with the same daily schedule as the last mission school. Through this, YEF staff would like to equip a biblical holistic view of understanding the Bible or as they like to call it a ‘Kingdom View’.
The program will consist of basic, yet highly important activities such as reading the Bible together in chronological sequence, prayer meetings every day, and introducing student-oriented mission movements or modern mission stories to ignite a mission-driven heart for attendees.
YEF staff member, Pastor Hyunhee Park, explained, “Practical reasons to have this is to raise student mission leaders for ministry and to allow them to read and deeply understand the Bible by themselves.”
The programs are structured for students to better understand the Word, therefore, the Bible studies themselves won’t zero in on specific details, but be taught in a way to understand how to read the Word of God and understand the context of many things within the Bible. All plans are subject to change at this point, so the ministry asks for prayer over their planning time and that God would allow many potential leaders to join.