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If you want to deepen your personal biblical studies…

If you want to start a local learning community group…

If you are a seminary, Bible school or a church needing to train leaders…

If you are a ministry that wants to raise up the next generation of leaders…

The Global Opportunities Team at Third Millennium Ministries is here to help.

All Curriculum is Available for Free Download

You may freely download our entire seminary curriculum. (A number of our partners have found internet cafes to be an affordable option when their personal internet connections are limited, slow and/or unavailable.) You may also make copies to share with others, in accordance with our reproduction policy.

Request USB Flash Drives or DVDs

If you would like to receive our material via USB flash drive or DVD, please use our request form. This form will also allow you to ask questions or to give us your feedback. Third Millennium Ministries is committed to free distribution. But in some cases we ask groups to cover the cost of physical copies (such as USB drives and DVDS), and/or the cost of international shipping. Further details are provided on the request form.

Do You Want Quizzes and Tests?

For an online classroom experience, you and your group members can register for one of our distance education classrooms. This will give you access to study guides, tests, quizzes, online learning activities, and a glossary for each course. The online classroom is also available in Spanish and Chinese. Estos cursos también están disponibles en español. 这些课程也有中文版.

Setting up Local Learning Communities

We have developed a Leaders Training Manual for those interested in learning how to integrate academic biblical studies, such as our curriculum, with local ministry experience and mentoring. If you are interested in learning more please let us know through our request form.

Various Ways to Use the Third Millennium Ministries Curriculum

Viewing Lessons in a Group Setting

  • Each group meeting can focus on an entire lesson, or on one or more major sections of a lesson.
  • It's helpful for each student to have a copy of the study guide and to complete the Notes section of the guide while viewing the lesson.
  • After each major section of a lesson, it's recommended to include a period of discussion so that students can reflect on the content of the lesson and interact with each other. The study guide for each lesson includes Review Questions and Application Questions that can help spark discussions.
  • The Review Questions in the study guides can also be used as homework or essay test questions.
  • The Application Questions in the study guides are often useful as topics for essay assignments.

Classroom Flipping / Assigning Lessons as Homework

  • Flipped classrooms assign videos as homework to be watched before class, and spend classroom time on valuable activities like group discussions and projects.
  • Each assignment can focus on an entire lesson, or on one or more major sections of a lesson.
  • Each student can replay portions of the lesson as desired.
  • It's helpful for each student to have a copy of the study guide and to complete the Notes section of the guide while viewing the lesson.
  • The Review Questions in the study guides can also be used as homework or essay test questions.
  • Classroom meetings following completion of these homework assignments can be used to discuss the content of the lessons.
  • The Application Questions in the study guides are often useful as topics for essay assignments.

Self-Directed Study

  • Lessons can be used by individuals who are not part of a class or study group.
  • View as much of the lesson as feels comfortable to you.
  • Replay any portion of the lesson if you find it helpful.
  • Complete the Notes section of the study guide while you view the lesson.
  • Complete the Review Questions in the study guides to make sure you understand the major concepts of the lesson.
  • Reflect on the Application Questions in the study guides. You may also find it helpful to write out your thoughts in short answers or journal entries.

Extra Resources for Group Leaders

  • To supplement the curriculum, register for one of our distance education classrooms. This will give you the ability to obtain Academic Packets (syllabi, study guides, guidelines for facilitators, etc.) as well as Resources for Offline Study such as printable Tests and Answer Keys. The Tests and Answer Key section requires a password, which we will be happy to give you. Email msouthard@thirdmill.org to request the password.
  • For offline use of our curriculum, you might also be interested in the this video explaining the tablet model. This model has proven to be extremely successful in many different contexts. Special thanks to Will Savell of The Grace Institute who made the video while working with ESEPA in Costa Rica.