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Part Time


 Who is the part-time Intensive for? 

For many, especially those over the age of 25, the Part-Time Intensive may be exactly what they need.  This program is ideal for two groups of people.


First, this program is ideal for those who have to work or have family responsibilities, but would love to take a few weeks to be intentional about finding the Lord in the midst of the busyness of life, even if they are out of college.   


Second, it is ideal for college students who want to have a season of consecration and help stir up prayer on their campus but still need to work.  

What to expect:

The Part-Time Intensive is designed to give you the accountability to make prayer a priority in your life, but in a way that is flexible around your busy weekly commitments. Applicants will work with the Intensive leadership to create a weekly schedule that works for them.  Although welcome to all the classes, Part-Timers will be asked to come to 2 of the 3 weeknight classes (3 hours total), and to join the Full-Time interns for 7 hours a week in the prayer room, for a total of a 10 hour weekly commitment. 


They will also need to attend the first day of their track for orientation.  Part-Timers are welcome to come to reading discussion groups, two dinners a week, any outreaches, and, of course, as much additional prayer room time as their hearts desire!

The Activities:


The core of the Intensive is the prayer room.  Here, you will engage in vibrant worship, learn to commune with God, deepen your love for Scripture, shape history through prayers for justice.


You will receive classes each track that will expand both your mind and heart to know and love Jesus more. You’ll learn how to actually enjoy prayer.


Through an encouraged weekly fasting day and separation from media, you will learn to set your life apart to grow closer to the Lord.


Not only will you learn to pray in the prayer room.  You’ll also learn how to inspire powerful prayer meetings.  You will grow in leadership skills so you can impact your campus.

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