Transformation leading to Multiplication
Encouraging, Equipping and Empowering Global Ministry Leaders
Hub coordinatorNancy Goodman
FacilityWomen-to-Women Ministry Training in Colorado is currently held at the Mission Training International (MTI) Retreat and Conference Center (www.mti.org) in Palmer Lake. Nestled in a beautiful, restful location surrounded by mountains and walking trails, it’s within walking distance of local shops and coffee places. Common areas throughout the facility serve as natural meeting grounds for conversation and community building with like-minded brothers and sisters. Breakfast and lunch are included in the training fee at this facility. For the evening meal, women are encouraged to dine locally with other training participants or utilize the local grocery store and small kitchenette at MTI.
HistoryEntrust began offering trainings in Colorado in 2014. Women coming to this hub are often cross-cultural workers from a variety of Christian organizations, as well as U.S.-based ministry leaders. All trainings at this hub are 7-day intensives, offered at least one time per year, with up to four training modules available simultaneously.
June 1-8, 2018Mission Training InternationalPalmer Lake, CO
“This course will have a huge influence on my ministry with personal interactions, leading women’s studies, discipling and mentoring.” Debbie Suits
"I think this training is extremely effective and practical for taking and using immediately."Christina Mueller
“This course will restructure the way we train our facilitators … it will also change how I teach and interact with my children.”Lynn Guertin
"It was good to be away from all distractions to focus on learning. It was good to be in community in a beautiful setting and facility." Laurie Lind
“This has been a wonderful opportunity to grow together, connect, and gain equipping. The influence this will have on my ministry is more skills, empathy and hope for those I minister to.” Sarah Hurley
For more information contact Nancy at: ColoradoHub@entrust4.org