Deaf Leadership Seminar

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Deaf Leadership Seminar

Professional Development for: Deaf Leaders, Preachers, Laypersons, and Coordinators

Our Goal

  • The Goal of the Deaf Evangelism Leadership Seminar is to train and equip men and women for effective evangelical ministry in their communities.
  • Classes will provide question and answer sessions for Deaf leaders, ministers, Bible teachers, state coordinators, and local deaf ministry coordinators. Spouses of the participants are welcome to attend.
  • The forms of instruction include hands on training, ASL, and visual aids which include marker boards, overhead projectors, and Power Point presentations. Our goal is to meet each student’s learning style as much as possible.

Seminar Schedule

  • The seminar will be a two and half day event. Classes will begin with prayer at 8:30 a.m. and will conclude at 5:30 p.m. on Thursday and Friday. We will have half day class on Saturday 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.

Instructors

 – Bro. Don Hanscom
   Multicultural Ministries Director

 – Sis. Mendy Olson
   Pastor of the Deaf Ministry of Christian Life Center 

 – Bro. Dale Delp
   Pastor of Deaf Ministry at Christian Life Church

– Bro. Meloy Richmond

   Pastor of New Destiny Deaf Church

– Bro. Ernie Murillo

   National Deaf Evangelism Coordinator

 – Sis. Marietta Patchin
   Pastor of Deaf Ministry at Palm Bay Pentecostal Church

Curriculum

  • The Book of Revelation - Sis. Mendy Olson will teach on the book of Revelation: Rapture.
  • What’s Love? – An examination of Adam Clarke’s analysis of the phenomenon.  It will be taught by Bro.Dale Delp.
  • The Travels, Maps and Epistles of Paul – We will study the epistles of Apostle Paul.  Bro. Dale Delp will be the instructor.
  • Study of Ecclesiastes – Bro. Dale Delp will teach the principles of Ecclesiastes (Wisdom Literature) and how to apply the profound biblical truths to your life.
  • A History of Christian Doctrine – This scholarly book identifies the significant people and events in church history. It describes how biblical doctrines were abandoned, how unbiblical doctrines were embraced, and how some still affirmed apostolic teachings.
  • God’s calling – Bro. Meloy Richmond will talk about God’s calling and what it means to heed to God.
  • Listen to the Elders – Bro. Meloy Richmond will discuss the importance of listening to the elders of the church.
  • Roles of the Minister –  Bro. Meloy Richmond will explain the various duties of the minister.
  • The Chain of Command –  Sis. Mendy Olson will teach on the Leadership concept.
  • Raising up and Releasing Leaders – Bro. Hanscom will define missions as “worldwide disciple making” and disciplers as “followers of Jesus Christ who cross cultural and language barriers to preach the gospel, plant churches, and equip future leaders. He believes resources are in the harvest and that we multiply our effectiveness by equipping equippers and discipling  disciplers.
  • Reading Requirements for Ministerial License and MinistryCentral.com (after hours) – Bro. Swanson will read and explain the reading requirements for ministerial license. We will also cover the UPCI manual and discuss the importance of working together. Bro. Swanson will also show how to register MinistryCentral\PCminister.com online and give pointers.

New classes to be announced soon!

Cost of Seminar – Registration Fee

  • $200 per participant (Early Bird Special)
  • $250 per participant (regular)
  • $400 per married couples (Early Bird Special)
  • $450 per married couples (regular)

The Registration fee includes two nights of Hotel –March 12 &13. Two people per room.

Early Bird Special – by January 31, 2015
Regular fee after February 1, 2015 

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Phone: (314) 839-2200

General Conference Live in ASL!

General Conference 2014 Live from St. Louis

Beginning September 30 – October 3 at 7:00 PM

Click the link for Live Stream:  http://clients.globaldatalink.net/upci/deaf.htm

It is FREE!

2015 National Deaf Conference

Plan Now to attend the 2015 National Deaf Conference

WHERE?  Anamosa, Iowa!

You won’t want to miss it.

WHY?  

This year’s conference in Austin, Texas we experienced a mighty move of the presence of God!!  

Many Deaf were baptized and filled with the Holy Ghost!

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General Conference is about to begin – September 30 – October 3. We hope that if you are able to attend you will be blessed. Services will be recorded in ASL and sold during and after the conference on the Deaf Evangelism website.

Pray for the Lord to give direction to the UPCI and that God’s presence will fill each meeting, session, and service giving fresh direction to Advance the Kingdom of God!
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Thought you would enjoy seeing the Deaf Choir from the 2011 General Conference!

Click on the filmstrip to watch the 33 member Deaf Choir at General Conference! What an inspiration! They truly blessed us all.