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How We Minister

How We Minister

Ministry takes place as one or more teachers or trainers get involved with a gathering of pastors or church planters along with ministry leaders.  This might mean a training as brief as a one-hour elder training event.  Or, it could mean spending 2 to 4 days teaching and training from morning to evening a gathering of God’s servants – followed by repeating this format back to back in multiple locations during a 10-20 day trip.  Some trainings are as simple as a one-time event.  Others are clearly long-term commitments involving multiple teachers and trainers bringing multiple events over a few years’ time.

The international ministry opportunities are at the expense of the teachers and trainers participating. On some occasions, a small amount of funding could be available to supplement the anticipated ministry expenses on location. All such international ministries are typically arranged IN FULL by the staff of IMD International.

The great spiritual thrill acknowledged by most taking advantage of this avenue of teaching and training is the experience of ministering where the receptivity by participants is HIGH.  Most teachers are nothing short of thrilled to travel wherever to share with an audience of enthusiastic servants of God!

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Who Ministers

Where We Minister

From an IMD Donor:

I enthusiastically endorse IMD’s work in Africa spearheaded by Koos Basson. We have supported IMD since September 2005 when my pastor and I were with Koos & Phil in Kenya to teach disciple-making. We had quite an adventure and I have wonderful memories of our time together. I bonded with one particular pastor in Kenya and have stayed in touch with him via e-mail and supported them with prayer during the challenges they have faced. My goal is to return with my son to Africa for a mission trip before he graduates from high school.


"Highly recommend the message of this book!" Phil Largent
"I readily admit that it verges on the impossible to describe in any degree of adequacy the conscious, manifest presence of God... The best I possibly can hope is to put forth my personal experience backed up by Scriptural exhortation. My part is only to whet the appetite and then trust the Holy Spirit to take it from there." (p.25)