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FADES in Uruguay

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FADES in Uruguay

(Uruguay CNSAM). Two conferences on professor development were held on the North and South Uruguay districts on July 10, 2014 and July 12, 2014, respectively.

In an environment of motivation, reflection and fellowship, two training conferences were held for the professors of the Theological Education by Extension program. The purpose of the events was to provide continued training for the professors who teach the classes for the Bachelor’s Degree in Theology program on the two districts.

On July 10 the first meeting was held in the city of Tacuarembó with 22 professors attending from the Uruguay North District, along with the District Superintendent, Rev. Jesús Bernat.

On July 12 the second meeting was held in the city of Montevideo with 15 professors present from the South Uruguay District. In both events the National Coordinator of Theological Education by Extension, Prof. Laura Bianchi, was present.

The workshops were presented by the faculty of the Nazarene Theological Seminary of the South Cone: Professor Roberto Sosa, B.A. on-site faculty; Professor Pablo Tello, B.A., coordinator of the Theological Education by Extension for the South Cone and Professor Eduardo Velazquez, Academic Vice-President.

The subjects addressed were: The Pastoral Family, Formation of Ministers for the 21st Century, Class Didactics and Administrative Matters in Faculty Assignments.

The participation, interest and support of all the professors, education coordinators and pastors of the Uruguayan districts allowed for a blessed and enriching time that contributes to the task of continuing to form those who have been called to the ministry by the Lord in the beloved country of Uruguay.

For more information concerning FADES (Faculty for Extension Classes), visit: http://www.seminarionazareno.com.ar/fades.html

Source: Eduardo Velázquez.
Translation: Evelyn Ovando.

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