On this episode, Seth Barnes shares how Global U is being used as a platform to help young people develop as followers of Christ, both spiritually and professionally.
Questions and lessons explored in this episode:
- What is the role of business professionals in the cross-cultural mission of the Church?
- For recent high school graduates, do apprenticeships offer a better model for Christian discipleship than attending college?
About the guest:
Seth Barnes is the Co-Founder of Global U, a Christian gap year program for artists, builders, and entrepreneurs looking to live life on mission.
He is also Founder of Adventures in Missions. Adventures in Missions is an interdenominational missions organization that has taken over 125,000 people into the mission field since 1989, some for as short as a week and others for as long as a year or longer.
To move toward the fulfillment of the vision, Seth also founded the World Race in 2005. The World Race provides trained teams of young adults the opportunity to engage in 11 international mission contexts in 11 months using an experiential, missional discipleship model.
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