Frequently asked questions
What are the distinctives of the WWMT spiritual formation process?
All modules are interactive, include life-on-life mentoring, are done in small groups, include practical experiences to practice skills and contain components that lead to intentional multiplication of leaders. The goal of our training reaches beyond personal transformation to the need to multiply shepherds who will continue to train others. (2 Tim 2:2).
Are the skills transferable to a variety of cultural contexts?
Each ministry leader is given tools, coaching and time to reflect on the best way to apply various concepts into unique ministry contexts. We acknowledge that there is no such thing as a one size fits all curriculum, but we believe that applying the adult learning principles that are provided throughout the modules will be effective in any culture. Our leadership modules have been translated into multiple languages.
What is a Women-to-Women Ministry Training partnership?
From its inception, Entrust has been an organization that values partnerships. Women who sense a calling on their lives to equip other women are welcome to explore the idea of starting a regional hub with the Entrust WWMT leadership team. Entrust requires that the WWMT guidelines are followed in all hub settings. This ensures a standard for the WWMT facilitator certification process. We ask that all partners of Entrust WWMT sign a partnership agreement, indicating a commitment to that process.
In what languages are the modules available?
WWMT modules are in high demand worldwide and have been translated into over 20 languages. As we are able, we continue to translate our modules into additional languages. Please email email@example.com for more information.
Who do I contact for more information?
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
What does a typical day of training look like?
Often, multiple modules are offered simultaneously at a training center. All participants share breakfast and a time of worship, then break up into their respective module groups. Each module includes a maximum of 12 women, to allow for dynamic small group interaction. All discussions are facilitated and a variety of learning activities are used in the instruction process. There is a long break for lunch, with time included for rest, socializing or exercise. Evenings are kept open for rest, study and fellowship.
What can I do with this training?
After a training is completed, participants are free to multiply that training material in their local ministry context. Training facilitators are available for ongoing coaching of participants, as they implement what they learned in their ministry context. For those that desire to become a trainer of trainers in our training hubs, see next steps.