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Inter-America: Church Leaders to Dialogue with Theology Students Across Campuses During Online Event

Seventh-day Adventist Church leaders want to speak to theology students at each of the 12 Adventist universities throughout the Inter-American Division (IAD) territory during an online webcast this week.

The online event will take place from the campus of Montemorelos University in Mexico on Tuesday March 4 starting at 11:00 a.m. (Eastern Time) through the division’s webcast channel.

Image by Abel Marquez/IAD“As times are changing, IAD leaders are interested in speaking to the pastors who will lead the church tomorrow,” says Pastor Hector Sanchez, ministerial secretary for the church in Inter-America and organizer of the event. “Church leaders want this precious resource that the church in the IAD has been educating to know more about the realities of the pastoral work, what they will step into as they begin their ministry.”

As pastors step into the field, many will have to relocate to a remote location, lead several congregations and start a family while learning the ropes of ministry, explains Sanchez.

“[It’s crucial] that our pastors know what to expect when they go out there,” he continues, “what is the growth of the church in the IAD, their role as evangelists, their role in motivating members to expand through the church’s small groups ministry, the role of the pastor’s wife and the like.”

The one-and-a-half hour program will include guest speakers, a panel forum, special prayer sessions, and more.

Tune in to watch the live program on Tuesday, March 4, at 11:00 a.m. (ET). The program will be carried in English, Spanish and French at the IAD web channel.


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