New! Online Course
The Sustainable Missions course will help you turn your dreams into the powerful, long-lasting, impactful forces on the world that God intended them to be. Let's get you ready for an incredible journey!
• Fundraising & Budgeting
• Cross-cultural Relationships
• Mission Statements & Planning
• Maintaining Physical Health
• Protecting Marriage & Family
• Culture Shock
• Much More!
School of Orphan Care
Our virtual courses are specifically designed for students who are, or have a calling to become:
"The orphan care training you need from the comfort of your home, and at your own pace!"
Trauma-Aware Child Care
Learn to care for children of abandonment and trauma, and ultimately help them heal from their past.
This course delves into the impact of trauma on the developing brain, and gives you the tools to empower children to find their voice again, attach holistically to parental figures and reshape their futures.
The Sustainable Missions course will help you turn your dreams into the powerful, long-lasting, impactful forces on the world that God intended them to be.
You will learn skills in fundraising, cross-cultural integration, organization building, setting appropriate missional boundaries, avoiding burn-out, and much more.
In this course, you will explore the various structures and methods used to build a successful shelter. Learn the importance of every staff member, and how to write policies and procedures that keep everyone safe.
A key part of this curriculum will take you through the pros and cons of institutional living on children, and how an institution can instead become a "family."
Upon completion of each course, you will receive a “certificate of course completion.” With all three, you can apply for our Advanced Internship, which is the final requirement for the Orphan Care Certification.
That’s fine! We highly recommend the online courses for professional development. They will teach you the skills to work with children in alternative care.
You will receive certificates of course completion, and not an Orphan Care Certification.