Frequently Asked Questions


What is the goal of the College Training?

To supply college students with a vision, equip them with truth, help them in their experience of life, perfect them in the preaching of the gospel, and develop their character so they can become useful vessels for the building up of the Body of Christ.

How much will the college training cost?


What if I already paid the $50 registration fee?

We will refund you $25 assuming you will still attend this college training.

I overpaid. Can I use my $25 credit to pay for my friend?

Unfortunately we cannot handle that. We will refund you what you overpaid and you can send that money to your friend.

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Training Regulations

Our Pursuit

  1. This is a time to seek first God's kingdom and His righteousness.

  2. Maintain a proper spirit and attitude at all times in cooperation with the training.

  3. These seven days are separated unto the Lord; no one should use this time for promoting social relationships. Rather, let us cultivate an atmosphere of prayer, fellowship in life, and seeking the Lord.


The afternoon digestion sessions (5-6 PM) are recommended rather than required. Registrants must attend 5 out of the 6 evening message meetings.

NACT Meeting Commitments:

  • Friday, July 10: 5:00-6:30 PM PDT Nationwide Webinar
  • Saturday, July 11: 7:30-9:00 PM PDT/CDT/EDT
  • Monday, July 13: 7:30-9:00 PM PDT/CDT/EDT
  • Wednesday, July 15: 7:30-9:00 PM PDT/CDT/EDT
  • Friday, July 17: 7:30-9:00 PM PDT/CDT/EDT
  • Saturday, July 18: 5:00-6:30 PM PDT Nationwide Webinar

Recommended Digestion Fellowship (Not mandatory)

  • Saturday, July 11: 5:00-6:00 PM PDT/CDT/EDT
  • Monday, July 13: 5:00-6:00 PM PDT/CDT/EDT
  • Wednesday, July 15: 5:00-6:00 PM PDT/CDT/EDT
  • Friday, July 17: 5:00-6:00 PM PDT/CDT/EDT

During the college training:

  • Join a church meeting, preferably a Lord's day meeting, where you can share your enjoyment from the college training
  • Attend a corporate prayer gathering during the week (e.g. prayer meeting)
  • Maintain a daily, morning time with the Lord (15 minutes)

Dress Code

We realize the meetings for this training are virtual and it is not possible to monitor your attire completely, however your attire does impact your attitude, so please dress according to your spirit and the following requirements.

  • Do not dress in a way that would distract others from the enjoyment of the Spirit.

  • No sleeveless shirts or sleeveless dresses permitted.

  • No shorts, jeans or t-shirts with writing should be worn during the meetings.

  • During the meetings all sisters should wear conservative skirts / dresses of a length that is below the knee or slacks / pants and brothers should wear trousers (jeans are not considered as trousers).

  • No pajamas, lounge wear, or clothing that is low cut or uncovering.

Code of Conduct

  1. Speech: Speak respectfully and appropriately with others as you would in normal circumstances.

  2. Join from a public place: As much as possible, move your laptop/phone out of your bedroom to the lounge/kitchen. If not possible, keep your bedroom door open.

  3. Field of View: Be aware of what is in view of your camera, including things on the wall and other people in the house. If you need to use a virtual background we will provide you with a background.

  4. Let others in your place of residence know when you will be in a virtual meeting.

  5. Do not distract others.

  6. Do not abuse others.

  7. No photos or videos: Do not take photos, screen captures, or videos of any young person or serving one, and do not post them online or send them to anyone.

  8. Maintain a brother-in-the-Lord/sister-in-the-Lord relationship in all situations (in language, attitude, intention, and heart).


Who can attend?

  • Newly-graduated high school seniors (17+)
  • All college students or college-age
  • Recently graduated college students
  • Serving ones coming to care for the students

I don't know where I'm going to college in the fall. Should I wait before I apply?

No! Please apply as soon as possible because space is limited. You can enter your college information after you complete your application.

Can I come part-time?

Full-time participation is highly encouraged. However, participants are allowed to miss 1 of the 6 evening session meetings with a legitimate excuse. The 5-6 PM afternoon digestion sessions are recommended rather than required.

Can I bring a Christian friend?

Absolutely! Bringing a Christian friend would be wonderful as long as he/she is ready for a training like this. We recommend that you fellowship with your local college training serving one about this matter. We also encourage you to help them with the application process. No one can come unless they apply, pay, and are approved.

Will translation be provided?

All trainees are required to be fluent in English, including ministry terms.

How can I prepare for this training?

First of all, pray! The more we open to the Lord in prayer for this time the more He will have the free way to speak to us and work in us during the training.

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Please see registration info for information about registration (how to apply, what you need, cancellation policies, etc.).

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