A Day in the Middle-age Full-time Training

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Rise & Clean (6:30 am)
After waking up at 6:30 a.m. every morning, we utilize the next forty-five minutes to wash, groom, dress, and clean our living areas for a weekly inspection.

Breakfast (7:30 am)
At 7:30 a.m., we eat breakfast together at the FTTA cafeteria. Breakfast preparation and clean up is performed by assigned trainee service groups.

Personal Morning Revival (8:00 am)
As a time to come freshly into the presence of the Lord early in the morning, morning revival gives us the opportunity to be nourished by the Word and revived through personal prayer.

Corporate Morning Revival (8:25 am)
We come together to enjoy the Lord in different languages by calling on the Lord, singing, pray-reading and blending with the fellow trainees. Whether spent individually or corporately, this time is crucial in developing a personal relationship with the Lord and establishing a healthy foundation for a daily walk in spirit.

Training Classes (8:55 am)
At 8:55 a.m., we take our seats and prepare for the daily infusion of the healthy teaching. Four mornings and afternoons a week, Tuesdays through Fridays, we attend three classes daily, two in the mornings and one in the afternoon. Classes are an hour and fifteen minutes in length.

Lunch (12:15 am)
We eat lunch together at the LSM Campus. Assigned service groups are responsible for cleaning up.

Group Prayer (1:05 pm)
At 1:05 p.m. we pray with our vital companions.

Training Classes (1:25 pm)
Tuesdays through Fridays we attend the afternoon class to receive further infusion and supply of truth and life.

Study Time (4:00 pm)
After leaving the campus at 2:45 p.m. we rest at home until our study time at 4:00 p.m. For each class we are assigned readings from crucial portions in the ministry, which complement and provide the basis for the material covered in class. During study time we read, pray over, PSRP, and enjoy this material and our class notes individually or in groups. Study time affords a unique opportunity to be constituted daily with the ministry and the Word.

Dinner (5:45 pm)
At 5:45 p.m., we eat dinner together at the FTTA cafeteria. Dinner preparation and clean up is performed by assigned trainee service groups.

Evening Activity (7:00 pm)
On the evenings that we are not studying, we enjoy meeting with the saints. On Tuesdays we attend prayer meetings in the localities where we serve. Every Wednesday night, we attend the ministry meeting in Anaheim. In this meeting the Lord continues to speak the high truths to His recovery through the blending brothers. The videos of these meetings are recorded and sent out to the churches all over the earth. On either Thursday, Friday, or Saturday evening we attend a group meeting, a young peopleís meeting or a childrenís meeting, depending on our area of service.

House Prayer (10:30 pm)
For fifteen minutes every evening, each house gathers together to enjoy the Lord. This time gives us an opportunity to sing, fellowship, and pray with and for one another. This is a good time for those in a house to be built up together in spirit.

Sleep (11:00 pm)
Lights out is at 11:00 p.m. We rest in the Lord, restoring our strength for the new day ahead.

Gospel Service
On weekend we go out in gospel teams to preach the gospel of the kingdom and shepherd those who are open, by knocking on doors in the nearby community, visit the homes of Bible recipients through BfA and give out free Bibles at shopping malls, following up with later visitations.

Lordís Day
After the Lordís table and prophesying meeting we blend with the local saints in their homes for lunch and an enjoyable time of mutual fellowship. The training is in recess from Lordís Day 4 p.m. to Monday 5:45 p.m.