While the course is both comprehensive and theologically challenging, it also requires that the student engage in and participate in very practical, “hands-on” ministry. Specifically, the student must take 72 lessons, pass 72 exams, lead two people to Christ through one-on-one evangelism, pray for at least two sick people to be healed, lead two believers into the baptism of the Holy Spirit, participate in deliverance ministry for someone who is either tormented by or otherwise demonized, and find an opportunity to preach the full gospel of Jesus to a group.
Since 1996, over 3 million people have been trained in more than 60 countries. These students have in turn participated in the planting of more than 89,000 churches and worship centers. All of this training has been conducted using printed manuals and in a classroom or conference setting.