James Seymour, Head, Department Religion and Philosophy, St. Augustine's College
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Head, Department Religion and Phi...

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St. Augustine's College
1315 Oakwood Avenue
Raleigh, North Carolina 27610
United States

Company Description: St Augustine's College prides itself on being an all-inclusive school where boys of varying abilities are given the opportunity to achieve to their full potential....   more
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Education

  • Doctor of Ministry , Theology
    Faith Evangelical Lutheran Seminary
  • BA Secondary Education , History
    Southeastern College
  • MA , Community/Agency Counseling
    Fairfield University

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Biography

  • BIOGRAPHICAL OVERVIEWDr. James J. SeymourJames J. Seymour was born and raised in Bridgeport, Connectict as the middle of five children born to James and Ida Seymour.  He is married to the former Dawn Karen DeGroat of Chester New York.Dr. Seymour has ...
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Dr. James ...
www.impactofhope.org, 31 Dec 2010 [cached]
Dr. James Seymour Dr. James Seymour is the Executive Director of ARKS and serves as the Senior Pastor of North Haven Church in Raleigh, NC. He has an extensive ministry background over the last thirty years having spent sixteen years as a missionary. He first served as a missionary in Bethel, Alaska and then spent 12 years in Zimbabwe, Africa. Since1996 he has been the Head of the Department of Religion and Philosophy at Saint Augustine's College in Raleigh. Dr. Seymour is also a Christian Counselor and charter member of the American Association of Christian Counselors. Dr. Seymour has dedicated his entire adult life to cross cultural and interracial ministry with a focus on dismantling the walls of separation and misunderstanding in our nation and around the world.
ARKS:
www.arks.net, 25 April 2010 [cached]
Dr. James Seymour is the Executive Director of ARKS. He has an extensive ministry background over the last thirty years having spent sixteen years as a missionary, first in Bethel, Alaska and then for twelve years in Zimbabwe, Africa. He has served as senior pastor at two churches with the Assemblies of God, one in Alaska and one in Raleigh, North Carolina. Since 1996 he has been the Head of the Department of Religion and Philosophy at Saint Augustine's College in Raleigh. Dr. Seymour is also a Christian Counselor and charter member of the American Association of Christian Counselors. He was the Director of Pastoral Counseling at Biblical Wellness Ministries from 2001-2006 in Raleigh.
With his wife Dawn, James founded a nonprofit organization called First Steps Ministries in 1999, and in 2000 authored the book Black History Through Blue Eyes. From 1997-2006 he hosted a weekly television program called "Issues of Life" teaching on a number of relevant issues from a Biblical Worldview. Dr. Seymour has dedicated his entire adult life to cross cultural and interracial ministry with a focus on dismantling the walls of separation and misunderstanding in our nation and around the world.
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Dr. James Seymour, Executive Director
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www.firststepsministries.org, 14 Oct 2005 [cached]
Posted: Friday, October 14, 2005 by Dr. James Seymour.
Raleigh, NC - Dr. James Seymour, head of the department of philosophy and religion at Saint Augustine's College, has written a new book titled Black History Through Blue Eyes: The Debt the World Owes to Africa.
Black History Through Blue Eyes focuses on the contribution of the people of Africa to the development of the Bible; the first 300 years of Christianity; the contributions to the development of Christianity by African-American religious pioneers; and the failure of white church members to stand with their brothers during the civil rights movement.
"I wrote this book to challenge the church community to break down the walls of racial separation and join hands together to make our communities and our world a better place," says Seymour. "I suggest several successful models of racial reconciliation in the final chapters that can do just that."
Seymour, who has spent virtually his entire adult life in cross-cultural and interracial service, is deeply committed to the principles of racial healing. He served as a missionary for 16 years, first among the Yupik Eskimos of Western Alaska and later in Zimbabwe, Africa. In addition to being a professor at Saint Augustine's College, he produces and hosts Issues of Life, a weekly television show examining life issues from a biblical worldview. He maintains a busy schedule, traveling and speaking at churches of all denominations throughout the southeast.
After our Motherland Ministry, Dr. ...
www.jlwilliams.org [cached]
After our Motherland Ministry, Dr. Seymour and I traveled to Yei, Sudan, for a Conference in this country that has been devastated by nearly 30 years of warfare.
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I was first invited there by Dr. Jim Seymour, who was serving as a missionary there during those tense days leading up to Zimbabwe's Independence. He had accepted Christ as a university student at a Crusade being conducted by Leighton Ford. New Directions provided the music and counseling at those events in large tent in Bridgeport, Connecticut. Appropriately, one of our Black teenagers counseled with Jim when he came forward to publicly accept Christ. That began a relationship with NDI that has lasted and grown until this very day.
Remembering how NDI's interracial ministry had impacted his life as a college student, Jim invited me to come to Zimbabwe with one of our Black musicians to minister in those racially-charged days immediately after Independence. He felt that such a "salt-and-pepper" team-ministry could incarnate the racial reconciliation that Christ brings. God wonderfully blessed that first ministry trip to Zimbabwe - and to the African Continent. I have been incurably "hooked on Africa" ever since!
So it was a great personal delight to return to Africa with Dr. Seymour on this mission (He is currently Chairman of the Religion and Philosophy Department at St. Augustine's College in Raleigh, NC. He is also the Director of ARKS, or Accumulated Resources of Kindred Spirits, which facilitates and funds ministry domestically and internationally). Over a year ago Jim and I envisioned together a special outreach we called "Ministry to The Motherland.
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James and John even got their mother to try and persuade Jesus to give them the highest places of honor in the Kingdom - one enthroned on His right and one on His left (Matt. 20:20-28)!
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And their wrath toward James and John was because they had not thought of this first!
After our Motherland Ministry, Dr. ...
www.jlwilliams.org, 15 June 2007 [cached]
After our Motherland Ministry, Dr. Seymour and I traveled to Yei, Sudan, for a Conference in this country that has been devastated by nearly 30 years of warfare.
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I was first invited there by Dr. Jim Seymour, who was serving as a missionary there during those tense days leading up to Zimbabwe's Independence. He had accepted Christ as a university student at a Crusade being conducted by Leighton Ford. New Directions provided the music and counseling at those events in large tent in Bridgeport, Connecticut. Appropriately, one of our Black teenagers counseled with Jim when he came forward to publicly accept Christ. That began a relationship with NDI that has lasted and grown until this very day.
Remembering how NDI's interracial ministry had impacted his life as a college student, Jim invited me to come to Zimbabwe with one of our Black musicians to minister in those racially-charged days immediately after Independence. He felt that such a "salt-and-pepper" team-ministry could incarnate the racial reconciliation that Christ brings. God wonderfully blessed that first ministry trip to Zimbabwe - and to the African Continent. I have been incurably "hooked on Africa" ever since!
So it was a great personal delight to return to Africa with Dr. Seymour on this mission (He is currently Chairman of the Religion and Philosophy Department at St. Augustine's College in Raleigh, NC. He is also the Director of ARKS, or Accumulated Resources of Kindred Spirits, which facilitates and funds ministry domestically and internationally). Over a year ago Jim and I envisioned together a special outreach we called "Ministry to The Motherland.
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