Solomon Islands



YWAM Solomon
P.O.Box 547
Solomon Islands

Upcoming School Dates:
July 2-September 21, 2018

$1,600 USD


Why do a DBS?

Studying the Bible can be both fun and beneficial for the life’s of everyone! Apostle Paul said: “All scripture is inspired by God, and is useful to teach us what is true and to make us realize what is wrong in our lives. It corrects us when we are wrong and teaches us to do what is right. God uses it to prepare and equip his people to do every good work.” (2 Timothy 3:16- 17 NLT).

During the Discipleship Bible School, you will be reading through all 66 books of God’s Word, gaining an overall perspective of God’s story. You will learn techniques for effective Bible study, and a series of international guest speakers will help unlock the Bible’s fascinating content.

The DBS will also be engaging with God in times of worship and intercession. There will also be an exciting opportunity to put learning into practice on an outreach, taking God’s Word to the communities and out to the nations!


Why Solomon Islands?

YWAM SOLOMON DBSSolomon Island with its 300 inhabited islands, has a lot of false teaching and cults, especially in the more remote islands. With the DBS and an optional Outreach in Solomon Island, we want to encourage the locals to study the Bible and help them to understand the truth of the Word of God.

God gives us the opportunity to pioneer and run the Discipleship Bible School (DBS) with the help of YWAM Kona. If you are the kind of Person who is open for an adventure and simple life, than this DBS in the beautiful Solomon Island would be the right place for you.

School Leaders:

Mark Lerch 

LerchsMark, Mary and their four children work fulltime to establish UofN in the Solomon Islands. Since four years they are serving in the Pacific Islands. They helped pioneer a YWAM Base in Vanuatu. Mark did his DBS 2016 in Samoa. The Lerch’s are excited to launch Solomon Islands first DBS in July 2017.

Sarah Davis

Sarah is from SaraBranson, Missouri. She has been with YWAM since 2010. She was a student in the first DBS which took place in Kona, HI in 2012 and has been a part of the DBS family ever since. She has staffed three schools with DBS and has helped Pioneer the school in Samoa. Sarah has a desire  for people to know the word of God and let it truly transform their lives,