Strengthening the Assembly
Equipping the saints!

How Quest for Souls helps the local Assembly. 

Much of the lacks of revival in our assemblies is due to a lack of training and equipping, the good news is lack can be fixed by theologically sound training.

Many Evangelist just bash pastors and churches without giving any type of solution. Quest wants to be a giver of the solution.  This is possible by some training that we offer to pastors, leaders and local assemblies. 

There has been the development of two free seminars that we offer local churches. The only thing we ask churches to provide is the meal for the day of training. A love offering is not even required. This is just a way to train up people to be biblical believers. 

All three of these trainings are required to be in person. Online or video is not possible. 

Parts of these training has been developed in many nations around the world as a missionary.

  • Samoa
  • American Samoa
  • Fiji
  • New Zealand
  • Japan
  • Hong Kong
  • Mexico
  • Jamaica
  • Tanzania
  • India
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 Crisis Intervention & Suicude Prevention

Many times, pastor and ministry teams (altar workers)are faced with people in crisis and in some cases, they need help due to suicidal ideation. It becomes critical that people are trained for response. That is why we offer Crisis Intervention training for churches.

What you will learn

  • Identify:How to tell if someone is crisis or consider suicide. In many cases, people are crying out for help and see churches as a place of hope. Therefore, the altar remains the front line for helping people in crisis. However, many people try and conceal the crisis as best they can. The training offered is to help you see the things that determine if there is a imminent threat for crisis.
  • Minister: Once a threat is determined, it is important that the person is given hope in Christ. How do we minister to them?  There is specialized ways that we can give them hope and be biblically faithful. In this training, you will learn what to do and not do. It is also important that you do not give alarm to the person. 
  • Reporting: As ministers, we are required to report threats to themselves, others or the community. What is that threshold and how do you do it? What is the process for reporting a threat that is crisis intervention. 

Becoming a missional community

One of the greatest needs in the Pentecostal church is training on how to walk out what pentecost means. In other expressions, they call this the "missional church." What can we learn about it and apply to being Pentecostal?

3 things you will learn

  • Prayer: While pentecostals have been a leader in the prayer discussion, we have historically centered around prayer meetings. What will happen if we move from have a prayer meeting to just being people of prayer. Being missional is living in prayer, not just going to prayer meetings.
  • Community: Historically, we will have seen discipleship is done through programs like Sunday School and fellowship groups. However, what happens when we move from doing it as a program and doing it organically?  This is when we are making disciplines by how we shop and where we eat dinner. Community must be Spirit formed and done in the Spirit, not in our flesh and in our programs.  This is what the Book of Acts saw as community.
  • Evangelism: What happens we quit doing "outreaches" and just start reaching the waitress at the diner for Jesus? When we shop at a shop with the purpose of building relationship with the workers for the cause of Christ? It is not doing evangelism but being evangelistic. Moving from an event to a lifestyle.  

Work Location: London, England

Are you passionate about creating easy-to-use products that delight customers? Do you thrive in an environment where you can collaborate and be analytical? Do you want to work on a product that actually makes an impact on people's lives?

Primary Responsibilities

  • Strategy: Work with the Chief Product Officer to iterate on our product vision and strategy. Clearly articulate the business value to the wider team so they understand the intent behind new products or features. Co-own the roadmap and prioritize building what matters most to achieve our strategic goals and initiatives.
  • Ideation: Help lead the creative process of generating, developing, and curating new ideas. Help determine which ideas should be promoted into features to push the product strategy forward — namely those that will achieve key objectives for the product line and business. To this end, also ensure that feedback and requests are seamlessly integrated into their product planning and development processes.viverra rutrum
  • Communication: Be an excellent active listener to hear what user needs are, and communicate the status of ideas, projects, and products to customers, partners, and internal team members.
  • Feature Backlog: Define the requirements for each feature and the desired user experience. Prioritize features by ranking them against the strategic goals and initiatives. This requires making difficult trade-off decisions based on the value that new features will deliver to customers and to the business. Work closely with engineering on the technical specifications and ensure that teams have all of the information they need to deliver a complete product to market.
  • User Experience: Improve the experience of our product for all users—including corporate partners, internal users, project partners, and donors—by simplifying processes, questioning existing workflows, and simplifying/improving interfaces. You don’t need to be a graphic designer, but you should know user experience best practices and be able to whiteboard out a first draft that adheres to them while brainstorming solutions.

Work Location: London, England

Are you passionate about creating easy-to-use products that delight customers? Do you thrive in an environment where you can collaborate and be analytical? Do you want to work on a product that actually makes an impact on people's lives?

Primary Responsibilities

  • Strategy: Work with the Chief Product Officer to iterate on our product vision and strategy. Clearly articulate the business value to the wider team so they understand the intent behind new products or features. Co-own the roadmap and prioritize building what matters most to achieve our strategic goals and initiatives.
  • Ideation: Help lead the creative process of generating, developing, and curating new ideas. Help determine which ideas should be promoted into features to push the product strategy forward — namely those that will achieve key objectives for the product line and business. To this end, also ensure that feedback and requests are seamlessly integrated into their product planning and development processes.viverra rutrum
  • Communication: Be an excellent active listener to hear what user needs are, and communicate the status of ideas, projects, and products to customers, partners, and internal team members.
  • Feature Backlog: Define the requirements for each feature and the desired user experience. Prioritize features by ranking them against the strategic goals and initiatives. This requires making difficult trade-off decisions based on the value that new features will deliver to customers and to the business. Work closely with engineering on the technical specifications and ensure that teams have all of the information they need to deliver a complete product to market.
  • User Experience: Improve the experience of our product for all users—including corporate partners, internal users, project partners, and donors—by simplifying processes, questioning existing workflows, and simplifying/improving interfaces. You don’t need to be a graphic designer, but you should know user experience best practices and be able to whiteboard out a first draft that adheres to them while brainstorming solutions.

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info@questforsouls.com

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