NGM Intercultural & Residential Mentoring
ONE STEP is a mentoring course being offered for those who want to be all in when it comes to living life upon the foundations stones of identity, purpose, and vision.
ONE STEP is sponsored by Next Generation Ministries and is conducted in Uganda.
ONE STEP is looking for students who are serious about being mentored by some of the greatest leaders in Africa.
ONE STEP is committed to equipping their students for the journey of life.
ONE STEP is looking for students who will be passionate about living life with purpose instead of default … intentionally for the glory of God.
ONE STEP is committed to seeing their students living life with greater impact and success than their mentors.
With a limited enrollment of 18, ONE STEP is currently offers scholarships for the first three students from America who enroll with their $50 non-refundable registration. The need for scholarships in Africa is much greater. The scholarships offered to Africans are partial all the way to complete. There is a serious need for donations to the One Step Scholarship Fund to assist African students enroll. More information can be found at the end of this page.
If you, or someone you know, could benefit from a 12 week intercultural mentor ship, please go online at onestepug.com and investigate the course which begins in September and concludes in early December. Or, feel free to email the director, Paul Hunter, at email@example.com.
ONE STEP will incorporate the following elements in an effort to produce people of impact:
- Residential training done in the context of community
- A focus on relational mentoring
- A blend or formal & informal instruction
- A cross-cultural environment
- An integration of instruction with practical application
- An effort attempted in the third world nation of Uganda
These 12 weeks could be a vital part of a person’s life journey. They have the potential to establish foundations critical to successful living as a follower of Christ. We believe that those who have opportunity should
… enroll today!
The challenge for potential students from Africa is the lack of funding. The option for students from America is most likely within reach of the $3,000 investment in mentoring that will serve them well for the remainder of their lives. Africans would love to be a part of this, but typically financial status removes the option for most of them. In light of this reality, NGM attempts to raise funds to sponsor most of the African students.
Won’t you join the One Step Team today and send a check to help sponsor a student? NGM needs approximately $2,000 for each African student, though the cost of tuition to them is 1,500,000 Ugandan shillings (roughly $425). Please consider making a $50 monthly commitment of sponsorship. Mail your donation to NGM, 29940 South Dhooghe Road, Colton, OR 97017.