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Missionary Gospel Academy

School of Outreach-Evangelism Training

“We Proclaim Christ Crucified!”
Mark 16:15 -- 1 Peter 3:15


A one-semester missionary crash-course designed primarily for Missionary Gospel Church members, with an emphasis on practically training and discipling believers from all age and status groups to take every opportunity to share the Gospel of Jesus Christ. A general variety of topics will be covered but interns will be encouraged and mentored to study deeper into areas of personal ministry interest. Though this course is designed for M.G.C., members of other congregations are more than welcome to apply as well.


Educate and equip believers to reach out to a variety of religious, social, and cultural people groups with the Gospel and inspire an exploration of potential calling within these or other evangelistic ministries.


  • Directed by the Daniels (Melnik & Borisov)
    • Qualified teachers/testifiers from MGC to teach
      • Yuriy Chiley, M.Div.
      • Joseph Dunca, BSc.
      • Yana Katsura, BA
      • Peter Makovey, BA
  • Up to 10 missionary interns per semester
  • Intern Qualifications
    • Burning desire to fulfill Great Commission
    • Commitment to prayer & holiness
    • Baptized member of a Biblical congregation
    • English Proficiency

      (Open to GDTM students with teacher approval)

  • Timing
    • 1st Academy Fall 2020
    • Sessions on Wednesdays 6:00PM – 9:00PM in MGC classroom ____ (TBA)
    • 14 sessions: lecture + scenario-based practice (first 5 weeks lecture only)
    • Field-trips/events scheduled throughout each week (second half, weeks 5-13)
  • Officially a small-group of MGC Youth’s Cell Group Ministry but will function to bridge gap between generations within MGC as an arm of the Missionary Department.
  • Finances: given the full financial coverage from MGC Missionary Department, the Missionary Gospel Academy is offered to missionary interns absolutely free of charge!

Session Topics:

  1. What is the Gospel?
  2. History & Heritage of Christianity
  3. Being Led by the Holy Spirit
  4. Genuine Christian Lifestyle

  1. Why Trust the Holy Bible?
  2. Biblical Doctrines
  3. Studying Scripture in Context

  1. Why Believe in God’s Existence?
  2. Why Surrender to Jesus Christ of Nazareth?

  1. Love: the Ultimate Motivation
  2. Being People-Oriented
  3. Developing Your Testimony + Grasping The Gospel
  4. Courtesy & Etiquette

  1. Approaching
  2. Bringing Conversations to Christ Crucified
  3. Concluding

Order flexible from here down
Arrows indicate a mandatory field trip

  1. College or University campus ministry

  1. Catholic high school ministry

  1. SALAM Mosque ministry

  1. Mormon elders ministry (&
  2. Jehovah’s Witness stand ministry

  1. Planned Parenthood ministry

  1. Golden Gate Bridge and Downtown S.F. ministry

  1. Lovelock or Red Bluff Rehab Center ministry
  2. Teen Challenge

** Street Preaching & Miscellaneous Outreach Opportunities Throughout **

  • 5 Fundamental Theology Sessions
  • 6 Religion Outreach Sessions
  • 3 Movement Outreach Sessions



  • 9 Field Trips
  • Street Preaching days
  • Misc. Events (i.e. S.F. Walk for Life, Phoenix Jewish Outreach Festival, etc.)




  • Personal analysis of outreach from practical experience
  • Each intern, minimum 3/semester
  • Must be written at least 1 day after the encounter for purposes of reflection
  • Will form basis for constructive criticism


  • Entry Exam: administered at orientation (1 week prior to first lesson) in order to gage spiritual knowledge and understanding of incoming missionary interns.
  • Exit Exam: will consist of a written knowledge-based exam, a final scenario, and time to share personal witnessing testimonies.


Missionary academy interns will be challenged to consider a full-time calling to one of the ministries covered throughout the course or other outreach ministries, such as homeless outreach, sexual abuse ministry (i.e. LGBTQ), sex trafficking outreach, senior care ministry, foster care system outreach, prison ministry, New Age outreach, etc. within their local congregation. Furthermore, we hope to challenge interns to seize the various daily opportunities they encounter in their personal lives to share the Gospel.


  • 09/02 Orientation & Entry Exam
  • 09/09 Session 1: Foundation
  • 09/16 Session 2: Scripture
  • 09/23 Session 3: Apologetics
  • 09/30 Session 4: Communication
  • 10/07 Session 5: Witnessing
  • 10/14 Session 6: Atheist/Agnostic Outreach
  • 10/21 Session 7: Substance Abuse / Addiction Outreach
  • 10/28 Session 8: Catholic/Orthodox Outreach
  • 11/04 Session 9: Cults (LDS/JW) Outreach
  • 11/11 Session 10: Muslim Outreach
  • 11/18 Session 11: Jewish Outreach
  • 11/25 Thanksgiving Break
  • 12/02 Session 12: Suicide / Depression Outreach
  • 12/09 Session 13: Eastern Mysticism - Hindu/Buddhist/Sikh Outreach
  • 12/16 Session 14: Prolife Outreach & Exit Exam