Arjan shares one of the precious lessons he learned during his time at Cornerstone. Creating self-supporting ministries which do not depend on missionary or foreign presence. “Work yourself out a job. Because you will go home one day, but the people will stay” Arjan.
For HyangSuk, studying, training and living together with different nationalities in Cornerstone Bible College for Mission Training equipped her for her ministry in Cambodia.
One of the great things about Missionary Training College is living in community … learning how to live with people who are different from you.
Corne and Erika’s story
Corne is building meaningful relationships, and sharing life among Khmer believers. “I feel so blessed to be able to do discipleship together, combined with practical work. (Corne).” Through practical work Corne walks alongside Cambodian men, helping them live life as a follower of Christ. Corne: “We drill wells and build toilets for poor villagers in rural areas near Siem Reap.”
Roos came to Cornerstone with a vague idea of her giftings, but during her time here she learned to develop and further practice the gifts God gave her. She has also learned how to interact and adapt to the different cultures. “It makes you feel at home more quickly” she says.
Roxana is from Taiwan and is currently in her second year at Cornerstone. After having two years’ experience in missions with OM she decided to join our mission training college to further develop her knowledge and ministry skills.
Tiago from Brazil is called to serve in Cornerstone College. He shares why WEC’s Missionary Training Colleges (MTC) are brilliant places for learning and for family life: “I feel so privileged to be able to serve in this place and to have my family with me.” We offer accredited courses, personal growth, mentoring and expertise from experienced cross-cultural staff.