The immersion discipleship model of Echo training impacts every area of a student’s life: heart, head and hands.


1. HEART

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2 Timothy 2:22

Who you are is more important than how much you know and what you can do. Because of this reality, trusted pastors and leaders build relationships with Echo students, encouraging them and challenging them as they move to new levels of faith and personal development. It is through this critical “heart” piece of immersion discipleship that students form the rock-sold foundation needed to live out God’s call in their lives.


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 2. HEAD

1 John 5:20

Engaging in an intentional and well developed curriculum is an important part of the Echo program. Students grow in deep ways as they are equipped to understand God’s Word and who they are in Christ.

 


3. HANDS

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Ephesians 2:10

The Echo program utilizes an in-the-trenches approach to developing ministry skills. Students don’t just learn “about” ministry, but are trusted to step out and “do” ministry. They are given the opportunity to discover the beauty and power of trusting in God while learning to authentically and effectively serve others.


Echo is a part of the Emerging Leadership Network (ELN). It provides opportunity to grow in relationship with God as well as creating authentic relationships with other people in the group. Other opportunities are earning college credits through Life Pacific College, participating in missions, practicing different ministry, working with several churches, networking with other Foursquare leaders and people in ministry, and exploring different passions.