VISION


Foundations For Revival and Reformation is a second-level program that brings together students, scholars, leaders, and practitioners. It exists to combine thought, encounter, and action to advance the Kingdom of God in the earth. We believe that training through biblical teaching, a Christ-centric worldview, and God-inspired modes of communication through action will lead people to walk into significant impact for the Kingdom.

The Foundations For Revival and Reformation program teaches current and future leaders the foundations and the skills necessary to be effective in your calling to any sphere of society and any nation. We desire to foster and pioneer bold new ideas and create space for you to deepen your relationship with God.

Join us in this endeavor. Expand the frontiers of your understanding and skill-set, and make a difference in global society!

 

 

Exciting News!


We have some exciting news to share with you. Recently we have felt God leading us to merge the Discipleship Bible School (DBS) with Revival and Reformation.

What does this mean for Revival and Reformation students? It means that your core curriculum bible course will now be the DBS school. You do not need to change your application or apply for it – it will automatically be a part of the school.

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FOCUS


The Foundations For Revival and Reformation is a 9-month program divided into three areas of focus. The morning class will be attended by all, followed by 11 afternoon elective tracks.

 

Introductory Bible Course

SEPT-DEC

Our goal is to see Word and Truth blend together to bring revival and change. Strengthen your foundation and receive tools for a life long study and application of God’s Word.

 

Worldview: Shaping Culture & the Spheres

JAN-MAR

Grow in your understanding our world and how to live and impact society with a Biblical and Christ-centric worldview.

 

Communication & Advocacy

APR-JUN

Be trained in various forms of communication. Learn how to take revelation and Scripture and communicate it through a variety of mediums to impact the world around us.

School Date


SCHOOL INFORMATION


Dates

Sept 24th, 2020 – Jun 23rd, 2021

Dates

Sept 26th, 2019 – Jun 24th, 2020

Costs

Application: $50

Lecture: $3,000 per quarter (3 quarters)

Click here for information about financial assistance.

Languages

English

Prerequisites

A successfully completed DTS.

Any children under 4 must have a nanny, those 4 and up can attend Foundation School. Please confirm child’s admission to Foundation School.

Foundations for Revival & Reformation consists of three University of the Nations core curriculum courses that can lead to an AA Degree.

If you’ve already done your DTS and/or taken some UofN Courses, click here to see how many credits you have.

 

Meet the School Leaders


DBS: Andrew York


Andrew has served with YWAM for over 18 years, has served in around 40 nations and he’s completed multiple training schools through the University of the Nations. He completed his BA in Religious Studies in 2016. He has a heart like to see young people catalyzed into their destinies, and carries a passion and vision for a unified Korea. He and his wife Terry, live in Kona with their 3 children.

Rebecca Hedger


After being on staff for a number of years with the International House of Prayer in Kansas City, she joined YWAM in 2013. Since then she has led multiple schools and staff teams with Fire and Fragrance and Foundations for Revival and Reformation. Rebecca believes that this generation will rise up to be radically in love with and set apart to Jesus and His purposes. She has a passion to see young men and women to trained, equipped an sent out into the nations.

 

Nathaniel Baldock


Nathaniel is a second generation YWAMer who grew up in the Philippines and has served with YWAM for 15 years. For 9 years he worked with DTS’s in Australia and was involved in the pioneering of medical ships in Papua New Guinea. He has spent the last 7 years studying and teaching reformation in the 7 spheres of society and innovating new Bible tools with the SourceView Bible. His passion is activating Gods people for transformation in every sphere! Nathaniel and his wife love living and working with the community at YWAM Kona.

Elective Tracks


The purpose of these afternoon tracks are to train and equip students within a culture of excellence for a specific skill set. That skill set, coupled with the holistic Gospel, will then be available to the student in the nation God directs them. Check out the options below.




Trades


Students will learn basic carpentry, building and constructing skills.







Messenger


Trained by expert and experienced church-planters, students will learn and apply valuable models for planting churches in multiple contexts.






Music


Master your instrument of choice and learn to capture the lyrics and melodies on the heart of God to mobilize, activate and inspire. Students will learn songwriting techniques from seasoned artists.







Media


Students will learn basics in photography, editing and cinematography. Imagine the fulfillment of being on the cutting-edge of creativity with a team of like-minded creatives.







Dance


Learn the art of dancing to communicate in a way that impacts and inspires.







Community Development


Receive hands-on training in the areas of food, energy, water, and sanitation. Be equipped to bring lasting Kingdom Restoration throughout the nations.






Respect the Corners


Be trained in functional fitness and learn how to to use functional fitness to share the gospel in all nations.




Compassion


Compassion requires a response. Students will dig deep in discovering heavenly strategy for the most broken and forgotten, whether it be the homeless, refugees, orphans or the sick. Students will also be equipped in basic healthcare tools to bring holistic care to impoverished areas around the world. Be activated in courageous love that transforms and restores cities and nations


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Accreditation


THE UNIVERSITY OF THE NATIONS IS NOT ACCREDITED BY AN ACCREDITING AGENCY RECOGNIZED BY THE UNITED STATES SECRETARY OF EDUCATION.  Admission to the University of the Nations (U of N) and any of its sponsored programs is open to qualified individuals regardless of race, color, nationality, ethnic origin, gender, and educationally unrelated handicaps. U of N reserves the right to change schedules and course offerings as deemed necessary.