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 The BAM International Bible School has been providing biblically based leadership education for the past 30 years. Becoming Anointed Ministers is an internationally recognized Bible School with graduates from around the world. This leadership training that has been so successful in local churches is now available to students online.  It is facilitated in much of the same way as a live school with the exception of all communication, instruction, and interaction is online through forums, email, and video.  The one constant factor is graduation services are still hosted live, up-close, and in person.  

 The online school is structured and yet flexible. Because the school has a specific start date, students can enjoy the benefits of interacting, communicating, and graduating with others who are learning with them. It is also easier to make a commitment with the structure of start and stop times and yet the weekly flexibility of coursework requirements.  
 
How exactly does the online school work?
Once you have registered, you will receive login information within 24 hours that will give you access to the course content on the bible school site. You can view the site at www.bambibleschool.com however, without login information you can only see the main page. 
 
What is the format of the school?
The school is broken down into 12 weeks. Each week contains a 55-minute class on video, a discussion forum concerning one or several of the topics in the class, and a place to upload the required 1-page paper homework assignment. The weeks begin at 3:00pm on Sunday and end at 3:00 pm on Saturday. In summary, the weekly content is available beginning 3:00pm on Sunday and required assignments are due by 3:00pm on Saturday.
 
How much time does it require?
The amount of time each student will spend attending bible school will obviously vary. The minimum time a student should schedule is 55-minutes to attend the weekly class and the time it requires for the student to write a one-page paper each week and interact online with other students.  On average, students should plan to spend a minimum of 3 hours a week.
 
What if this is my first experience with an online class?
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