REACH Track

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REACH Track

REACH stands for Restoring people through Evangelism, Acts of mercy, and Church support, out of a Heavenly perspective. Spread throughout the fjords and islands of Nordland are many small villages and towns, this track focuses on reaching these people. We believe that God has a special place in His heart for each and every individual, and using our unique gifts and talents we seek to find creative and life bringing ways to bring a light to these dark places.

The REACH track switches between teaching weeks as a whole DTS and weeks exploring Nordland. These weeks are full of opportunity to learn how to work in a team, using what we’ve been learning in class, and practical skills in reaching out to people. From meeting youth on the streets, to blessing seniors in the elderly homes, to encouraging the local churches with dance and song, there is hardly a limit to what this track could be doing! Ready for an adventure?

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“DTS has helped me see Gods immeasurable love for me and how much he wants a deep relationship with us.”
Lili – Australia Adventure DTS - 2015
“DTS marked the beginning of a life walked with Him, instead of life only working for Him”
Luke – Canada Adventure DTS - 2012
“During the dts God brought me into more freedom to live my live with Him and how to see myself in His eyes”
Maaike – The Netherlands DTS student - 2012
“I came as a boy and left like a men”
Trygve – Norway Adventure DTS - 2012
“DTS helped me use the tools that wore already given to me.”
Sondre – Norway Adventure DTS - 2014
“Through the DTS God brought me to the top of mountains in my life that I could never have defeated without Him”
Lydia – Iceland DTS student - 2010
“I did not leave my DTS with a backpack filled with knowledge and wisdom. But with a heart changed by the experience of Gods love and His goodness!”
Hanne – Norway DTS Student - 2014
“The DTS I did at Nordland really showed me so much new things about God, truly life changing”
Jonathan – The Netherlands DTS student - 2009