ARC School – Durango, CO
March 1st – April 22nd
Do you want to run hard after God, grow in prayer and clarify your missional calling?
Come join others like you who are hungry for more, have a deeper “yes” in their hearts and long to see transformation come to devastated cities and nations through the power of God.
The ARC School will help you clarify your calling, gain confidence in your identity, grow in prayer, develop leadership skills and train you as a crisis response missionary.
Do not miss this very unique opportunity to set aside a season to seek God and go deeper in your crisis response skills all in the context of a praying, missional community.
The ARC School is hosted by the Durango House of Prayer in Durango, Colorado.
Limited space; so apply soon!
Durango is a beautiful western town, nestled in the San Juan National Mountains. It is an ideal place to pull away and get trained as a crisis response missionary, leader, intercessor, and worshipper.
“Crisis” is a mission field and laborers are needed! However, we must go beyond simply bringing in aid and relief. We need a true “Apostolic Response to Crisis” to see transformation come to cities and nations. Whether it is areas affected by crisis, war, terrorism or disaster, an apostolic responder is “sent” going at any cost to themselves to see Jesus gain nations as His inheritance. Read more about an Apostolic Response to Crisis.
These “sent ones” are commissioned to bring the culture and atmosphere of heaven to the darkest and most desperate situations around the world. Worship is their warfare, and the Word is their sword. They dismantle dark fortifications in cities so the harvest can be reached, prisoners set-free territory be taken back for the Kingdom of God.
The purpose of this school is to create an atmosphere of prayer, worship and growth in which individuals can develop into leaders and walk in their callings and passions, especially for the purpose of reaching the harvest in crisis. We also desire to raise up and sending out leaders that put apostolic feet to the prophetic hope we have of bringing transformation to cities and nations caught in the midst of crisis and disaster.
After the school you will have opportunity to deploy short or long term around the world with us.
Here is what to expect:
Day 1 – Arrival day, room assignment at the Wapiti Lodge and welcome meal.
Day 2 – Orientation, family meeting, prayer and worship.
Days 3 – Trip to Pagosa Springs: The entire ARC School and staff will have the opportunity to soak in the world famous hot springs, get to know one another and have some fun.
ARC SCHOOL TRAINING will begin the following Monday and will include Crisis Intercession & Worship Teaching, Prophetic Ministry Training, Culture of Honor, Knowing God’s Will for Your Life, Deliverance Ministry Training, Basic and Advanced Chaplaincy Training, Crisis Ministry Skills, Developing a Kingdom Mindset, Crisis Evangelism, Making Disciples, Missions, Church Planting, Israel, Cultural Sensitivity, Conflict Resolution, Leadership Training, Servanthood, Deployment Leadership, CRI’s Basic and Advanced Crisis Response Training.
(Subject to change. Guest speakers and trainers will be added as confirmed to the registration page.)
ARC School Director & CRI Founder – Laura Malone
Prayer Room & Outreach Director – Garth Schultheis
ARC School Leaders – Natasha Istomin and Jason Allemand
The daily schedule will include worship, prayer, teaching, physical fitness (optional), community meals, outreach, serving in the house of prayer and personal time. There will be special outings throughout the school as well as outdoor adventures and challenges so you can take in what this amazing region has to offer.
You will likely participate in outreaches to local bars, do dream interpretations and even hike into homeless camps to love on the lost and forgotten. You will go on day trips and overnights to the Ute Mountain Reservation in Towaoc, Colorado to minister and meet needs of the Ute People as this will be a main outreach focus for the school.
During the school, transportation will be available for all school activities. You will be staying at the Wapiti Lodge which is within easy walking distance to the Durango House of Prayer, downtown, restaurants and shopping. In your downtime, you can stroll through historic downtown, visit one of the great coffee shops, take a hike or even go skiing.
The ARC School will culminate at the end of week seven with your participation in the Advanced Training Summit (ATS) in in the remote Colorado location of Three Trails Ranch. The ATS Extreme will focus on Wilderness Search & Rescue, Wilderness Medical, Wilderness Survival and will push you to your limits.
Attendees are responsible for travel to and from Durango. Airport pick-ups and drop-offs will be provided for students who have requested them in advance.
Registration is open to 18 and older, regardless of physical condition or training experience with CRI.
Early Arrival: February 28th
Arrival Deadline: March 1 by 12pm
Departure: April 22nd
Cost: $2,900.00 – includes all meals, housing, ground transportation for school functions, CRI gear, school outings, background check, CRI credentials, as well as Advanced Training Summit registration, food, and lodging costs.
There is an application fee to apply and deposit required to hold your spot. We are also offering a payment plan for your convenience.
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Durango House of Prayer
120 Rockpoint Drive
Durango, Colorado 81301
Downtown Durango: https://www.durango.com/downtown-durango/
Mesa Verda Park Video: https://www.nps.gov/media/video/view.htm?id=1632ACC5-1DD8-B71B-0B44D3B74E6201AB