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Experience 28 Online Missions Training Courses Designed to Help Reach the Lost Wherever God has Called You

LIVE SCHOOL MONARCH PROJECT

 

Equipping Passionate Believers with the Truth of God’s Word to
Obey the Great Commission Wherever God has Called them.
“It’s so exciting to see that the tool is finally getting into people’s hands. I can see that it is going to spread all over Central America.”
“A video-based curriculum, integrated especially for the church-planting, multiplication, and leadership training program. It fits exactly in our rural setting where the churches are expanding.”
“70% of our graduates have gone into the rural areas to plant churches.”
“A big task for all churches is how to mobilize people for ministry. Live School is a very good solution for that.”

Bettie

Missionary to Guatemala

Alok

Pastor in India

Felix

Pastor in Zambia

Duman

Pastor in Kazakhstan

1. Before you watch

You can watch the school at your own pace, but we encourage you to set a schedule.
In a full-time school, you will need to go through three sessions of teaching a day, taking 18 weeks to complete. In a part-time school, you will need 18 months.
You can decide how to fit in the curriculum over this period.

The preferred way to run the school is to gather a group of family and friends together to join in. In this way, you will help to train many more people to reach the lost. However, you are welcome to go through the curriculum on your own, especially if you live in a hostile or restricted country.

If you have a group, or would like to lead a group, please apply to be a partnership leader by filling out the group application.

It is best to have a set time for Live School so that everyone has it in their schedule.
Another way to do it is to have your group watch video sessions individually, at their own pace, and then discuss them together.

 

2. As you watch

Once you have your group together, have a time of prayer, and then watch the next video. (It is important to watch the courses and sessions in the sequence that it is presented on your thumb drive because the Live School courses build from principle to principle, which greatly contributes to the development of the student).

While watching the video session, take notes on what stands out to you.

Using your notes, write a reflection page, preferably in the form of a sermon. (In bullet points/outline)
Then, upload your one-page notes by clicking the “submit homework” button after each video session. You can take a photo to upload and our form accepts word documents as well as photos.

Keep your one-page notes in a file for future reference and use.
Continue with this process as you watch all the courses and lessons.

 

Once you are done with all the Live School sessions

A Live School certificate of completion is issued once these three requirements are met:

    1. You have gone through the entire curriculum (242 hours).
    2. You have uploaded 242 one-page reflections after every session.
    3. Go on one outreach to apply what you have learned either locally or internationally. Please provide pictures.

You can then apply for your certificate by emailing our Certificate Issuing Office at cio@wmcint.org

 

Live School Curriculum

 

Live School is a comprehensive and portable missions training and discipleship program. It consists of 27 courses made up of 242 one-hour video sessions that seeks to train indigenous and local believers around the world as national missionaries who can plant sustainable churches and bring the Gospel to their own and neighboring people groups.

 

TRY THE FIRST COURSE

 

INTRODUCTION TO MISSIONS

If you have a group or would like to lead a group, apply to be a partnership leader by filling out the Group Application and we will be in touch with you regarding your Live School.

How Do I Get Started?

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Signup

Join the Monarch Project by signing up here.

Watch the Live School Sessions

Live School is comprised of 242 sessions designed to transform individuals into holistic missionaries for their communities

Submit your Homework

Write your one-page reflection and notes, and submit them with a picture or document file.

Get Certified & Be Released

Once all 242 sessions are completed with your homework, you’ll be able to receive your Live School certificate, and be eligible for partial credit toward your higher education degree.

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Frequently Asked Questions

How much does Live School cost for individuals on the Monarch Project?

A single $20 fee unlocks all courses of Live School on the Monarch Project. Generous donors keep the price of the curriculum to $20 compared to the $92 per student operating fee.

This $20 fee includes access to all the curriculum viewable on the Monarch Project on a phone, tablet, or laptop. You will also be able to

Upload your one-page reflections
-Be eligible for certification after completion
-Access our Tech Desk for technical support
-Access the Discipleship Desk for spiritual and theological resources
-Join groups known as Partnerships so that your group can monitor progress
-Apply to create Partnerships
-Receive the Live School Monarch Student Manual
-Be the first to know about life-change in the Live School students from all over the world

What are the select countries that are available for the Monarch Project?

The Monarch project is designed to operate in countries where our regional teams do not focus. If you live outside one of these countries, you are still eligible if you do the Live School Monarch Project through a Partnership. See the list of countries here.

How do I see my courses after I have enrolled and paid?

You can view your courses by
1. login at worldmissioncentre.com/monarchproject
2. click on the My Courses button.
(You can also see your courses when you view your account.)
3. Select the Live School course in your language that you selected when you signed up

Don’t see the buttons you are looking for?
Email lsadmin@wmcint.org about your account and we would be glad to help!

What does a Live School Certificate do for me?

The Live School certificate is awarded to the students that watch all the sessions, submit their one-page notes of homework for each session, and serve one community outreach to put into practice what they have learned.

After their work has been reviewed by our team or the partnership leaders, they can get their Graduating Student Evaluation Form, needed before getting their certificate.

Once they have their Live School certificate, they can go on to receive up to 60 credits toward higher education from multiple different organizations around the world (Currently English and Spanish speakers). Read More

Why is it called the Monarch Project?

We named this project after the Monarch Butterfly, capable of migrating thousands of kilometers across continents. Our prayer is that Live School students and Alumni would be like the focused monarch butterfly. They would be released to spread the gospel wherever God would lead them in their own community, or even to other continents like the monarch butterflies.