EMPOWERING AND EQUIPPING YOU
As a result of the powerful promptings of the Holy Spirit, Pastor Harold Weitsz established the Discipleship Training Centre (DTC) in 1986. His passion has been to fulfill the Great Commission by making disciples and empowering and enriching believers.
Since the inception of DTC, many students from diverse backgrounds and cultures have completed their studies and are actively involved in different areas of ministry.
At DTC we focus on spiritual issues in a practical way, so that authentic Christianity can be clearly lived out as we apply the life-changing principles of God’s Word. We are not a theological institution where the emphasis is on academic and theoretical information as such, but a Discipleship Training Centre endeavouring to impart functional and useful revelation knowledge from the Scriptures to believers.
We, as Christians, should be an example in all our attitudes and actions. Whether we realise it or not, our behaviour is always being watched. For us, excellence of ministry means that we should always strive for the best in what we are, do or say. Jesus gave His best and so should we.
LFCC Discipleship Training Centre is not accredited by the South African government and is not registered by the Department of Higher Education.
Founder & President
Pastor Harold Weitsz
"To be effective and productive in life and ministry, you need power, passion and persistence. I encourage you to seriously consider enrolling at DTC. It will enrich your life, empower you to be a mighty instrument in the hands of God and fulfill your unique God given purpose and destiny."
Pastor Theuns Blom
"I believe that now is the right time to take up the challenge of the call of God. Do not delay! The words of Jesus were never more appropriate than now: 'The harvest truly is plentiful, but the labourers are few.' Sign up for DTC and join the harvesters now."
Pastor George Brandon
"Discipleship training is the cornerstone of spiritual growth. Jesus chose 12 to teach as disciples and they went on to train the church of today."