Steiger is dedicated to reaching and discipling the Secularized Global Youth Culture for Jesus.
What does Steiger do?
Steiger uses art and music to present Jesus in a clear and relevant way to today's Secularized Global Youth Culture.
Steiger establishes a long-term presence in urban centers across the globe.
Steiger immerses and engages in local youth culture, demonstrating the love of Jesus through ongoing outreach, discipleship and church planting (where necessary).
Steiger Missions School
The school is for those who feel called into full-time missionary service with Steiger somewhere around the world.
The 10-week school – led by Jodi Pierce and Luke Greenwood - places a great emphasis on seeking God in a contemplative atmosphere and provides students with the strong spiritual and practical foundations necessary for a lifetime of missionary service. Steiger leaders (including David Pierce) and missionaries from around the globe will provide examples of "real life" missionary work, teaching on a wide range of topics and will introduce students to Steiger's mission, vision, and values.
In addition to lectures, the school includes regular hands-on local evangelistic opportunitIes, a week-long international outreach, corporate prayer and worship, personal time for seeking God and a weekly meeting with a personal mentor.
Upon completion of the school, students can begin the process (internship, practical field experience or further training where necessary) of becoming an official Steiger missionary in the areas of evangelistic art/music, evangelism to secularized global youth, administrative and organizational support, discipleship or church planting.
Below are some of the topics covered during the school:
- The values and principals behind Steiger
- Having a life of prayer and seeking God
- Missions to Secularized Global Youth Culture
- Missions to Globalized Muslim Youth
- Apologetics to secularized society
- Personal development
- Steiger models in mission
- Pioneering new ministries
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