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Adventist Lay Seminary
The purpose of Adventist Lay Seminary is to upgrade the ministry skills of lay members, as a solution to the evangelization challenge we face as a church in reaching people for Jesus. The 10 lay seminary courses are taught by seminary professors from Andrews University and around the world. 

 Details regarding the Adventist Lay Seminary for 2017:
  • Meets one Sunday per month for eight months as an intensive - students spend six hours in training on Sunday and follow-up on their lessons for four weeks until the next session
  • English session for 2017 will focus on Small Group Leadership and begins June 18 during camp meeting
  • 2017 focus for the Spanish session is on the Bible Worker
  • Graduation services for both English and Spanish groups will be held in February of 2018
  • Graduates receive a Certificate of Graduation, and may receive two hours of graduate credit from Andrews University Theological Seminary
  • $100 registration fee includes handout materials (not assigned books) and lunch during the Sunday sessions
“We believe in the ministry of our lay people,” said Wisconsin Conference President, Mike Edge. “Together with our pastors and teachers, our members are our greatest resource. This training program will help our leaders to be more effective for Jesus.

Below are the leaders for both Spanish and English Adventist Lay Seminary events. Contact them if you have questions.
  Miranda, Evelio
El Ministerio Hispanos                       

(414) 446-5964
Email Pastor Evelio Miranda
  Skaife, Nate
Personal Ministries Coordinator

(414) 897-4306
Email Pastor Nate Skaife
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