Venezuela Regional Evangelism Seminar
That the World May Know Jesus Christ
August 1-8, 2013
The Venezuela Regional Evangelism Seminar will take place from August 1-8, 2013 at Seminario Wesleyano de Venezuela, in Cabudare, Venezuela (outside of Barquisimeto). The seminar will be preceded by an pre-seminar tour, July 29th – July 31st, in Aruba.
Special Seminary Student Pricing
All inclusive price for Seminar Students only
Just reduced from $1995
Students will receive 3 hours of academic credit as a Mission or Evangelism course, when enrolling in appropriate August Term course with Dr. L. Wesley de Souza, Arthur J. Moore Associate Professor in the Practice of Evangelism, Candler School of Theology at Emory University
All inclusive price only
Just reduced from $2295
Continuing Education Unit (CEU) credits available through Emory University
- 100 World Leaders expected, including Methodist Bishops, Clergy, Lay, and Evangelism Leaders from the regions.
- Theological Studies, Training in Evangelism Ministries
- Planning Evangelism Strategies for the New Millennium
- Lectures, Workshops, Discussion Groups, Wesley Groups, Dynamic Worship, Evangelistic Preaching, Cultural Interchange
- Simultaneous translation is available during the seminar for English-speaking delegates
Pre-Seminar Discipleship Tour in Aruba:
- 2 Nights in Beautiful Aruba
- Tour of the Island
- Evangelistic Services
- Met with Church Leaders in Cultural Context
Includes: Round-trip International Airfare from Atlanta, GA – Aruba – Barquisimeto, Lodging, meals, transportation in Venezuela, pre-seminar Discipleship Tour in Arbua, seminar fees, taxes, registration fees, and UMVIM trip insurance.
* Special Discount for Seminary Students
Total net cost per person for the first 10 students is $1500, which is an all-inclusive price, With a WMEI $300.00 Student Scholarship already included.
** Non-Student Cost
Total net cost per person is $1800, which is an all-inclusive price.
|Due by February 28, 2013|
|$20|| Student Early Application Fee
|$250||Non-Student Early Registration Fee|
|Due by April 28, 2013|
|$1000||Trip Commitment & Airfare
|Final Balance due by June 28, 2013|
About the Wesleyan Seminary of Venezuela
In October, 2002 the first seminary class of 42 students was taught by Bishop Luis Palomo, Costa Rica and David Cosby, seminary professor, Mexico. The seminary began in partnership with the Evangelical Methodist Seminary of Costa Rica. Since 2002, an average of five seminary sessions of one week each have been taught annually. One or two courses are normally taught per week. These courses are taught in a non-traditional manner offering intensive weeks instead of the traditional residential program. This non-traditional offering is required to make quality theological education accessible in the cultural context of Venezuela.