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Terry LeBlanc

Director

NAIITS

HQ Phone:  (204) 261-9164

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NAIITS

P.O. Box 870

Evansburg, Alberta,T0E 0T0

Canada

Company Description

NAIITS, is one of three divisions of Indigenous Pathways, a non-sectarian organization dedicated to working together with the Indigenous community to develop and articulate Indigenous perspectives in theology and practice. We encourage Indigenous learning styl...more

Background Information

Employment History

National Ministries Director

My People International


Affiliations

Tyndale University College & Seminary

Indigenous Studies Program Director


George Fox University

Adjunct Faculty


Evangelical Fellowship

Sessional Or Adjunct Faculty Member


InterVarsity

Board Member


IVCF

Board Member


Protectors of the Vision

Member


EFC Centre

Member of the Aboriginal Ministries Council


North Park University

Adjunct Faculty Member


Education

Theology

Tyndale Seminary


B.Sc.

pre-Med

Brandon University


PhD

Acadia University


PhD

Intercultural Studies

Asbury Seminary


PhD studies

Asbury Theological Seminary


PhD.

Theology

Tyndale Seminary


honorary Doctor of Divinity degree

Acadia University


interdisciplinary Ph.D.

Asbury Theological Seminary


Web References(196 Total References)


Faculty Profiles

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Terry LeBlanc
Terry LeBlanc Terry LeBlanc, PhD. Terry is Mi'kmaq / Acadian in his 42nd year of marriage to Bev. In addition to being the founding Chair and current Director of NAIITS: An Indigenous Learning Community, Terry serves as adjunct faculty for George Fox and Tyndale Seminary in Theology and Mission, and at Tyndale University College where he resources the B.Ed. program. Terry has accrued 37 years of work in the Native North American and global Indigenous context including as an educator in formal theological and community development training. Terry's teaching focus includes: Indigenous Theology, Mission Theology and Praxis, Community Development Praxis and Theory, and Anthropology. Author of numerous articles, theological papers and assorted book chapters, Terry has won several awards for his varied writings. In June 2010, for his work on the creation of NAIITS, Terry became the 28th recipient of the Dr. E.H. Johnson Memorial Award for Innovation in Mission. Mike is husband to Theresa and father of five children, three of them adults.


NAIITS - Vision

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Terry LeBlanc
Terry LeBlanc is Mi'kmaq / Acadian. He and his wife Bev are in their 43rd year of marriage. They have three adult children - twin daughters and one son. Terry holds an interdisciplinary PhD from Asbury Theological Seminary, specializing in Theology, Indigenous Mission, and Anthropology. In addition to being the Executive Director of Indigenous Pathways, he is also the founding Chair and current Director of NAIITS: An Indigenous Learning Community, Terry serves as adjunct professor at George Fox Seminary in Oregon, Acadia Divinity College in Wolfville, and Tyndale Seminary in Toronto, where he also resources the B.Ed. program for Tyndale University College. Terry has accrued 38 years of ministry and community work in the Native North American and global Indigenous contexts including as an educator in theology and community development practice. Terry's teaching focus includes: Indigenous Christian Studies and Theology, Mission Theology and Praxis, Community Development Praxis and Theory, and Anthropology. Author of numerous articles, theological papers and assorted book chapters, Terry has won several awards for his varied writings. In June 2010, for his work on the creation of NAIITS, Terry became the 28th recipient of the Dr. E.H. Johnson Memorial Award for Innovation in Mission. In May of 2015 Terry was awarded an honorary Doctor of Divinity degree from Acadia University. Mike is husband to Theresa and father of five children, three of them adults.


NAIITS - Faculty

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Terry LeBlanc
Terry LeBlanc is Mi'kmaq / Acadian. He and his wife Bev are in their 44th year of marriage. They have three adult children - twin daughters and one son. Terry holds an interdisciplinary PhD from Asbury Theological Seminary, specializing in Theology and Anthropology. In addition to being the Executive Director of Indigenous Pathways, he is also the founding Chair and current Director of NAIITS: An Indigenous Learning Community. Terry serves as adjunct professor at George Fox Seminary in Oregon, Acadia University and Divinity College in Wolfville, William Carey International University in California, and Tyndale University College and Seminary in Toronto, where he also resources the B.Ed. program. Terry has accrued 38 years of ministry and community work in Native North American and global Indigenous contexts including as an educator in theology and community development practice. Terry's teaching focus includes: Theology, Indigenous Christian Studies, Community Development Praxis and Theory, and Anthropology. Author of numerous articles, theological papers and assorted book chapters, Terry has won several awards for his varied writings. In June 2010, for his work on the creation of NAIITS, Terry became the 28th recipient of the Dr. E.H. Johnson Memorial Award for Innovation in Mission. In May of 2015 Terry was awarded an honorary Doctor of Divinity degree from Acadia University.


NAIITS - News

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The Board of Governors, Senate, and Faculty of Acadia University, Wolfville, NS conferred on Rev. Dr. Terry LeBlanc a Doctor of Divinity Honorary May 10, 2015.
Terry is Mi'kmaq and Acadian in his 43rd year of marriage to Bev. He is the father of twin daughters and one son. Jeanine (married to Dan) and Jennifer are actively involved in the Indigenous community through their educational studies, vocations and churches. From his residence in the Philippines, Matt directs a community development framed ministry to Indigenous youth and young adults that is active in various regions of the globe including through his colleagues and fellow staff in Canada. The founding Chair and current Director of Indigenous Pathways, and Director of the North American Institute for Indigenous Theological Studies (NAIITS). Terry also oversees iEmergence and My People, both of which are focused on building capacity with Indigenous people. In addition to 37 years of grassroots work in the Native North American and global Indigenous context, Terry has taught at various colleges, seminaries and universities. Reflecting his commitment to Christian education from an Indigenous perspective, Terry also serves as a sessional or adjunct faculty member at George Fox University and Evangelical Seminary, Acadia Divinity College and Tyndale University College and Seminary. Author of numerous articles, theological papers and assorted book chapters, Terry has won several awards for his varied writings. In June 2010, for his work on the creation of NAIITS, Terry became the 28th recipient of the Dr. E.H. Johnson Memorial Award for Innovation in Mission. Terry, LeBlanc, Executive Director of NAIITS, was encouraged by the emergence of concrete steps that would build on the work NAIITS is already doing in cooperation with CHEC members. This article was written for ChristianWeek by the Indigenous leadership of the North American Institute for Indigenous Theological Studies: Terry LeBlanc (Mi'kmaq/Acadian), Adrian Jacobs (Cayuga), Wendy Peterson (Metis) Shari Russell (Saulteaux), Ray Aldred (Cree), Richard Twiss (Lakota), Randy Woodley (Keetoowah) and Andrea Smith (Cherokee). "The partnership created with this agreement will focus on the delivery of Theological education for Native North Americans and other indigenous peoples using instructional approaches and materials developed by NAIITS," said Terry LeBlanc, founding chair, now Executive Director of NAIITS. The first offering in the new partnership will be an MA specializing in intercultural studies that is slated to begin January 2011. LeBlanc, a Mi'kmaq from Canada, made it clear that the program features several innovative approaches to theological education and leadership development stating, "The program is deeply rooted in Native thought and reflects Native concerns." Ray and Terry were integral in the creation of the study program framework with contributions to the finished work coming from Randy Woodley and Richard Twiss. Asked what further plans NAIITS has for Native North American education, Terry LeBlanc referenced conversations with several other institutions of higher education - both North American and European - which, if brought to the same conclusion as the Fox agreement, would provide NAIITS the ability to offer undergraduate, graduate and doctoral studies programs of various types in partnership with a variety of institutions. According to LeBlanc, the NAIITS community is interested in filling a long-standing void for biblical, theological and missiological education delivered in cultural and social context that is clearly evangelical while simultaneously committed to holistic mission with Native North American and other indigenous peoples. Student applications for the new MA program will be available upon final approvals with links on both websites (http://www.georgefox.edu/admission/index.html and http://www.naiits.com). For more information about this new degree offering, contact Anita Keith, NAIITS coordinator, at Suite 428, 35 - 2855 Pembina Highway, Winnipeg MB R3T 2H5 (office@naiits.com, www.naiits.com) or Terry LeBlanc, Executive Director, North American Institute for Indigenous Theological Studies (terry@naiits.com).


Wiconi International - Missio Dei Speakers

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Terry LeBlanc
Terry is Mikmaq/Acadian, in his 32nd year of marriage to Bev and the father of three adult children. As National Ministries Director with My People International, Terry is actively involved in the development of biblically and theologically sound materials that promote the clear call to personal faith, and affirm the cultural identity and need for cultural renewal of Indigenous Christians. Terry has taught as a sessional and guest lecturer at various colleges, seminaries and universities. He is one of the founders and current Chair of NAIITS (North American Institute for Indigenous Theological Studies), a new approach to biblical and theological reflection, writing and education for Native North Americans. Terry is continuing his personal journey of learning as a PhD student at Asbury Seminary, Wilmore, Kentucky.


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