Ministering in the wake of a disaster can be an emotionally, physically and spiritually draining experience. That's why it requires specialized training so you can best serve others and share the hope of Christ. The classes help volunteers understand how disaster relief teams work, teach critical skills and build fellowship amongst the group.
All TBM disaster relief volunteers are required to take the DR Overview course, which provides the basic foundation of disaster relief ministry. From there, volunteers pick specialized classes, which allow them to serve in those areas. Those classes include food handling for mass feeding, chainsaw courses for limb removal and others.