What is it?
Welcome to this page about the Luke 10 school in the US. This is not a normal Bible school where you sit all day and listen and then go home. This is a life school where you listen, learn and apply what you have learned, and where we come close to each other and become family.
The duration of the school is 8 weeks with a possibility to continue the rest of your life. Yes, we really hope many of you will take this and run with it and never look back. This school is for you that are hungry to follow Jesus and want to live the life of a disciple. This is not always an easy life, but it is an amazing life led by the Holy Spirit, just like we read about in the Book of Acts. This is for those who have seen our online Pioneer School and our movies and are ready to learn and to walk with us.
This is for those who long to be used by God and experience real church/disciple life.
The Luke 10 school at our new Jesus Center in North Carolina near Charlotte. See in what miraculous way we got this place.
Full time school
A normal day will begin with practical work, prayer time, teaching, small groups and outreaches to the nearby cities. In the evening there will be time to “hang out as a family” and share life together. The first week we are laying a foundation and getting to know each other. For three weeks we will be learning together with the Pioneer Training School (our 3 week school) and following their program. After this, the Luke 10 students will continue to build deeper and do more outreaches.
During the 8 weeks of the school, there will be different opportunities to join trips and kickstarts both inside and outside America. We will also focus on starting up new fellowships in the local cities or helping other churches or house fellowships. In this way, we can work to see the Kingdom grow while getting good training where you experience the real life, so you can go help others and continue doing the same.
Is this something for you? Then sign up today.
When does it take place?
- Start: Dec 1, 2019
- End: Jan 31, 2020 (or maybe later… much later…)