In early November, over 100,000 students took part in what is being called, the world's largest graduation.

A total of 103,764 students graduated from Zion Mission Seminary (ZMS), an international tuition-free theology school, on November 10, 2019.

The graduation was held in South Korea in three distinct locations - the Seoul Metropolitan Area, Busan, and Gwangju - as well as internationally through 112 countries around the world including Canada and United States.    

ZMS classes are divided into three levels: beginner, intermediate, and advanced which covers content from Genesis to Revelation. The program also emphasizes leadership skills and public speaking to train graduates to become community leaders.

"Many of our graduates become counselors, mentors, and even professors. ZMS allows students to receive education tuition-free, allowing for greater community advancement" said Sue Kim.

Enrollment at ZMS is expected to grow exponentially after the graduation. With currently 200,000 more students enrolled in the theology program. At this pace, ZMS is expected to exceed 1 million people in three years-marking an unprecedented religious breakthrough.

"All of this is truly through God's power that was revealed through the work of the Holy Spirit of God; none of this was done by man's power, but God's," said graduate Dejanique Joseph describing her recent graduation. "All of this historic work is the miracle of God."