On the Big Island of Hawaii sits the University of the Nations Kona campus, also known as YWAM Kona. It was YWAM’s first university campus and now trains thousands of students every year, sending them out all over the globe. The legacy of this island from the 1800’s continues as YWAM vessels serve their neighbors around the Pacific Rim.
YWAM Ships Kona affirms the Christian Magna Carta, which describes the following basic rights as implicit in the Gospel. Everyone on earth has the right to:
YWAM’s purpose, core beliefs, and foundational values have been compiled in response to specific directives given by God since YWAM’s beginning in 1960. They are recorded here: ywam.org/about-us/values/. YWAM Ships Kona’s Code of Conduct is based on these shared guiding principles:
This code of conduct is in effect since April 2015, YWAM Ships Kona.
All volunteers with YWAM Ships Kona (YSK) are expected to follow YSK policies and respect the YWAM Foundational Values.