If you are considering entering the Full-time Training, we welcome applications from seeking Christians with the following qualifications:
1. University degree or similar qualification
2. Age 21 to 50 years
3. Sound physical and mental health
4. Recommendation from an elder in your locality
The Full-time Training in Hamilton is open to all applicants who meet these requirements. Exceptions are assessed on a case-by-case basis.
To apply, visit the Apply section and carefully follow the directions for submission.
As a young person, now is the time to consecrate your life to the Lord and to give the Training your priority over other objectives.
“Give yourself to love the Lord. No other way is so prevailing, and no other way is so safe, so rich, and so full of enjoyment. Just love Him.”Witness Lee, Life and Building as Portrayed in the Song of Songs, ch. 2
Focus on your education and obtain a university degree a university. Seize the precious opportunity to develop your mind, character, and study skills while in high school and college. Additionally, the study of a foreign language and computer skills will enhance your future usefulness.
Sanctify your lifestyle from worldliness, maintain good health, and thoroughly immerse yourself in the church life and college work wherever you are. This will help you enter into the Training in a full way.
There are several books which are suggested reading before arriving at FTTH. It is highly encouraged that you read through the entire Bible at least once before enrolling. In addition, the following titles are recommended as preparatory reading:
"For it is God who operates in you both the willing and the working for His good pleasure"Philippians 2:13
The most important prerequisite of the Full-time Training is to have a heart to be trained. If you possess a personal desire to be a living, overcoming, functioning member of the Body of Christ, and are willing to allow the Lord to touch and perfect you through the Training, you will benefit greatly.
"For it is God who operates in you both the willing and the working for His good pleasure" Philippians 2:13