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Director and Chief Executive Offi...

Phone: (204) ***-****  HQ Phone
NAIITS
Suite 428 35 - 2855 Pembina Highway
Winnipeg, Manitoba R3T 2H5
Canada

 
Background

Employment History

Board Memberships and Affiliations

Education

  • PhD , Intercultural Studies
    Asbury Seminary
  • Mi'kmaq/Acadian , Ph.D.
  • PhD studies
    Asbury Theological Seminary
  • Mi'kmaq , Ph.D.
  • B.Sc. , pre-Med
    Brandon University
  • Ph.D.
    Asbury Theological Seminary
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Terry LeBlanc
www.mypeopleinternational.com, 21 Mar 2014 [cached]
Terry is Mi'kmaq /Acadian, his family roots in Listuguj First Nation and Campbellton, NB, Canada. He and his wife Bev are in their 40th year of marriage. Together, they have three adult children: twin girls age 35 and, a son, age 31.
Following almost 9 years as Aboriginal Programs manager with World Vision Canada Terry took up a position first as National Programs then Executive Director with My People International - a holistic, training-focused ministry program with and for Native North Americans. This is his current position. Terry has served in full-time Native ministry since 1979, has been ordained since 1983.
Active in Native Canadian affairs for many years, Terry has served the Native community in a variety of training and facilitative capacities. As a panellist for Sacred Assembly '95, organized by Native Canadian Member of Parliament, Elijah Harper, Terry co-authored the event's Reconciliation and Principles documents.
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In his regular work with indigenous communities Terry facilitates asset-based planning and development workshops on holistic, sustainable community development methodologies for indigenous peoples. The focus is on positive community growth and change. He mentors others in the same process. He, of course, is also actively engaged in those same communities, helping Native men and women embrace the person, work, teaching, life, death and resurrection of Jesus - as indigenous people.
Trained in reconciliation process, Terry has spoken and taught in many contexts not only in North America but elsewhere in the world on principles and practices of reconciliation including South Africa, Rwanda, New Zealand and Australia. Terry speaks often on the development of cultural bridges between Aboriginal people and the majority cultures. He has participated in many reconciliation events across the world.
In June of 2010, Terry will be recognized for his contribution to Christian Mission as the 28th recipient of the E.H. Johnson Award during the 136th sitting of the Presbyterian General Assembly.
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Terry has taught as a sessional lecturer at various colleges, seminaries and universities, and as guest lecturer and speaker at educational institutions across Canada and the United States. 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. He currently teaches as an adjunct faculty for Tyndale Seminary in Toronto and Asbury Seminary in Kentucky. He is completing his PhD in Intercultural Studies this year.
Terry LeBlanc
www.naiits.com, 18 Sept 2013 [cached]
Terry LeBlanc
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Terry LeBlanc
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Terry LeBlanc (Director/CEO)
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Terry is Mi'kmaq /Acadian, from Listuguj First Nation and Campbellton, NB, Canada. He and his wife Bev are in their 38th year of marriage. Together, they have three adult children: twin daughters and, a son.
Terry has served in full-time Native ministry since 1979, has been ordained since 1983.
Following almost 9 years as Aboriginal Programs manager with World Vision Canada Terry took up a position first as National Programs then Executive Director with My People International- a holistic, training-focused ministry program with and for Native North Americans. This is his current position.
Active in Native Canadian affairs for many years, Terry has served the Native community in a variety of training and facilitative capacities. As a panellist for Sacred Assembly '95, organized by Native Canadian Member of Parliament, Elijah Harper, Terry co-authored the event's Reconciliation and Principles documents.
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Terry has taught as a sessional lecturer at various colleges, seminaries and universities, and as guest lecturer and speaker at educational institutions across Canada and the United States. 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.
An accomplished writer, Terry has been the recipient of several awards for his writing on social issues and intercultural encounter between Native and non-Native peoples. His contribution to the Zondervan published Faith in Action Study Bible, his contribution to the Edinburgh 2010 documents and a chapter for a Canadian book on adoption are examples of the variety of his writing. Terry also serves as managing editor for the Journal of NAIITS and as a contributing editor to Cultural Encounters, a US journal exploring issues in culture and faith.
Terry is also adjunct faculty with Tyndale University College and Seminary in Toronto and Asbury Seminary in Kentucky where he is completing his PhD in Intercultural Studies.
"We have unrealized capabilities as a ...
www.christianweek.org, 30 July 2013 [cached]
"We have unrealized capabilities as a people," Mi'kmaq scholar Terry LeBlanc, executive director of NAIITS, said in a news release announcing the partnership.
In addition, the University will be ...
www.providenceseminary.ca, 19 April 2013 [cached]
In addition, the University will be honoring alumna of the year, Wilma Arnold-Hebert and Terry LeBlanc with the Distinguished Christian Leader award.
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Terry LeBlanc is Mi'kmaq /Acadian, with family roots in Listuguj First Nation and Campbellton, NB, Canada. He and his wife Bev are in their 40th year of marriage. Together, they have three adult children: twin girls age 35 and, a son, age 31.
Following almost nine years as Aboriginal Programs Manager with World Vision Canada, Terry took up a position first as National Programs then Executive Director with My People International - a holistic, training-focused ministry program with and for Native North Americans. This is his current position. Terry has served in full-time Native ministry since 1979, has been ordained since 1983. He completed his PhD in Intercultural Studies at Asbury Seminary in 2012.
Active in Native Canadian affairs for many years, Terry has served the Native community in a variety of training and facilitative capacities. As a panelist for Sacred Assembly '95, organized by Native Canadian Member of Parliament, Elijah Harper, Terry co-authored the event's Reconciliation and Principles documents.
...
In his regular work with indigenous communities Terry facilitates asset-based planning and development workshops on holistic, sustainable community development methodologies for indigenous peoples. The focus is on positive community growth and change. He mentors others in the same process. He, of course, is also actively engaged in those same communities, helping Native men and women embrace the person, work, teaching, life, death and resurrection of Jesus - as indigenous people.
Trained in reconciliation processes, Terry has spoken and taught in many contexts not only in North America but elsewhere in the world on principles and practices of reconciliation including South Africa, Rwanda, New Zealand and Australia. Terry speaks often on the development of cultural bridges between Aboriginal people and the majority cultures. He has participated in many reconciliation events across the world.
In June of 2010, Terry was recognized for his contribution to Christian Mission as the 28th recipient of the E.H. Johnson Award during the 136th sitting of the Presbyterian General Assembly.
Wiconi International - Wiconi Board
www.wiconi.com, 3 Sept 2009 [cached]
Terry LeBlanc (Miqmak/Acadian), Evanston, Alberta, Canada Board Member Terry LeBlanc has served as Chairman of the Wiconi Board and currently is a Board member. Terry has served in full-time ministry since 1979, ordained since 1983. After nine years with World Vision Canada, Terry took up his current position as National Ministries Director with My People International-a cross-cultural Christian ministry with Native North Americans. During a 15 year term in directorships with Youth for Christ Terry and his family concurrently managed an open custody facility for Native young offenders and pastored a rural church plant. Active in Native Canadian affairs for many years, Terry has served the Native community in a variety of capacities. As a panelist for Sacred Assembly '95 organized by Native Canadian Member of Parliament, Elijah Harper, Terry co-authored the event's Reconciliation and Principles documents.
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Terry and his wife, Bev, married for over 34 years, have three adult children: twin girls and a son.
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