The curriculum for TGM comprises the parts discipleship, evangelism, medical missionary work and manual work. These parts are principles for a life that aims for living eternally.

“The Lord calls for strong, devoted, self-sacrificing young men and women, who will press to the front, and who, after a short time spent in school, will go forth prepared to give the message to the world.“

(Christian Service, p.64.4)

1) Discipleship & Identity

Here you learn about how you can understand the will of God for your life. Furthermore, you learn how to study the Bible. You will discover secrets for a content and happy life and for cherishing relationships that are pleasing God. You learn also about how to develop goals for your life. These and other topics will help you to grow not only in your relationship with Jesus Christ, but you will also grow in your personality.

2) Bible Studies & Evangelism

Beholding Jesus as he shared his father’s love and illustrated the principles of the kingdom of heaven. Among other things, the following topics are going to be discussed: How do I conduct a Bible study? How can I witness over Jesus Christ? How do I conduct a lecture? Participants the opportunity is offered to apply many of the things they've been learning in class.

“The Lord calls for strong, devoted, self-sacrificing young men and women, who will press to the front, and who, after a short time spent in school, will go forth prepared to give the message to the world.“

(Christian Service, p. 64.4)

3) Health Components

God has given man instructions for use for the soul and the body. In this part of classes, the most essential factors for health will be presented. In the case of sickness, in addition to traditional medicine God has provided natural remedies.
In his three and a half years of his public ministry, Jesus spent more time on healing than preaching. He gained their trust by ministering to their needs and healing/helping them. Thus, medical missionary work becomes the “right arm” of the gospel.

“We have come to a time when every member of the church should take hold of medical missionary work.”

(E.G. White – 7T 62)

4) Practical Work - Work Study Concept

God has given people hands not only for holding a pen, but also for more intense practical work. Practical work is one of the ingredients for a balanced personality that stands firm in life. Teachers and students work together outside of class time in the garden, household, hotel and lifestyle center. Thus, you may have some "relief" from the theoretical classes and time for processing the learned facts.

“True education is missionary training. Every son and daughter of God is called to be a missionary; we are called to the service of God and our fellow men; and to fit us for this service should be the object of our education.“

(Ministry of Healing, p. 395)