Movilizando a corto plazo Educadores en Teología para África del Norte

La iglesia local tiene la intención de fortalecer el entrenamiento dentro de este país del Norte de África para construir un fundamento fuerte de integridad teológica en los pastores y líderes eclesiales. Al SIM se le ha pedido que ayude en este proceso. A través de los años han enviado a estudiantes importantes al extranjero para una educación teológica (TE). La mayoría de estos estudiantes no han regresado. En respuesta la iglesia ha construido una aproximación dual para la TE. La primera envía estudiantes  a módulos de enseñanza en Francia y Túnez. La segunda es el Instituto de Cristianismo (ICA).

Mientras que la iglesia fortalece sus propios rangos, el SIM ayudará llenando una lista de educadores teológicos de habla francesa que puedan dedicar dos semanas al año para enseñar en este país. En estos primeros años deseamos que los profesores externos puedan convertir el ICA en un instituto de nivel máster.

La iglesia está creciendo a un promedio de 15% al año aquí. La necesidad de pastores fuertes es esencial. Conociendo que es la iglesia más grande en África del Norte, la iglesia tiene también una visión por las misiones. La necesidad de misioneros bien entrenados es crucial. 

 

Ven y Sirve

Profesores de teología de habla francesa

Oracíones

1

Orar para que el SIM pueda ayudar al ICA a tener una lista llena de profesores francófonos que puedan enseñar a través de todo el año.

2

Orar para que el gobierno permita la entrada de estos profesores para cada módulo de enseñanza.

3

Orar para que más estudiantes locales puedan estar equipados para enseñar y que los profesores externos sirvan como mentores para ellos. 


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