Exploration: A vocational call to ministry with the poor; a ten-week internship in a variety of ministry settings exposing participants to CCDA types of ministry assessing them for potential work in this area.
Immersion: A week-long training covering the eight principles of CCDA. Participants have the opportunity to be certified as CCDA practitioners.
Apprenticeship: A year-long appointed mentoring program for those committed to three years of ministry under appointment in ministry with the poor.
Poverty Simulation: A live-action simulation to role-play lives of low income families.
CCDA Intensive: A 1-2 day event that focuses on particular aspects of Christian Community Development and is taught in a host ministry’s local context by CCDA practitioners.
CCDA National Conference: An annual national four day gathering in different states. Each year workshops and speakers are provided to equip participants with tools that they can use to engage their communities