Titus Project

The Titus Project is a 3-month training course focused on equipping School of Biblical Studies graduates with tools to become teachers, and to reach people in need of Bible teaching. 

Ignite your passion for teaching

Our primary focus is to reach unreached people groups, or places with limited access to Bible teaching, and to equip the church worldwide with a Biblical foundation. Secondly, our heart for our participants is to ignite their love for the word and raise up teachers with a heart to pass on their love for the word. 

In Titus Project, you won’t be considered a “student”; you’ll become a co-leader. During the first 3 weeks of Titus Project, you’ll learn how to prepare, present, and illustrate Bible teachings. The next two months will be spent on outreach with a focus on teaching the Bible to those in need. On outreach, every participant will teach between 6 and 12 hours per week. Following outreach, there will be a final week of debriefing.


Completion of School of Biblical Studies


January 2021


$4,000 – 6,000 (costs vary on outreach location)

  • Thailand
  • Philippines

Topics You’ll Learn

  • The Heart of a Teacher
  • Reaching Oral Learners
  • Illustrating Your Teaching
  • Teaching through Translators
  • Learning Styles
  • Public Speaking

Topics You’ll Teach

  • Bible Overview
  • The Inductive Method through Philemon & Titus
  • A Sermon on a Topic

SBS graduates have been given tools to study the Bible that every Christian should have. Titus Project equips you to teach those tools to others.

Austin Kinnunen

Titus Project is a bridge that connects those who have received an understanding of God’s word with those who desire to do so.

Berkeley Swaringen

What are the costs for this program?

To find your estimated costs (excluding outreach phase), use the Cost Generator above. Training phase costs include housing and food. At registration, you will be notified of your remaining balance, which will be due in full at registration. You must inform your school leader prior to arrival if you have incomplete fees. Payments can be made by Visa, Mastercard, cash in person, or a US check addressed to “YWAM” at YWAM KC, Attn: Training Staff PO Box 616 Grandview, MO 64030

How do I pay for this program?

You are responsible for covering all of your school fees. To help with fundraising, we recommend “Friends Raising” by Betty Barnett and “Daring to Live on the Edge” by Loren Cunningham, available at YWAM Publishing.

What is your refund policy?

Many of the purchases are made before the lecture phase starts. Certain elements of the school cannot be refunded. However, you may receive a 50% refund of just the lecture phase up to arrival day.

How many credits does Titus Project apply for the University of the Nations?

U of N Credits: 12. These credits may be applied to a U of N degree program or transferred to other participating colleges or universities.

When is the outreach phase and how much does it cost?

Outreach starts the 4th week into the school. Titus is an outreach within itself, so the cost of Titus is the total cost for both lecture and Outreach phase.

What if I need a visa?

When you are accepted, the staff will walk you through the visa process

What is the housing situation?

YWAM Kansas City is a live/learn community as we value the relational aspects of learning together. This means that we are primarily a residential campus and campus housing is dormitory style. Families and married couples are given their own room. There is limited storage space in the rooms so please bring essential items only. Room assignments will be given to students on Arrival Day. Housing costs are included in your course fees.


Talk to someone from the YWAM Kansas City Training Team or find out how you can get started on your application today.