Thanks for the insight. I wasn't skeptical so much as trying to understand the dynamic of the Master's Commission and its role in various churches. The program's not quite a youth program in the way that kids and teenagers convene after school to have fun and talk about their personal faith and do some social service; and it doesn't seem quite the same as a seminarian/pastor-in-training approach. I guess I'm likening it more to the two-year mission work that many young LDS members do sometime after high school and before family life.
Disclaimer: I've done a bit of searching and the closest I've come to understanding the meaning of "weltenschang" is something akin to a cognitive worldview. But this translation doesn't seem to be adequate in the context of which you used the term.
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