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Dr. Terry LeBlanc

President

NAIITS

HQ Phone: (204) 261-5676

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NAIITS

Suite 428 35 - 2855 Pembina Highway

Winnipeg, Manitoba R3T 2H5

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 ... more

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Background Information

Affiliations

Sessional Or Adjunct Faculty Member
George Fox University

Sessional Or Adjunct Faculty Member
Tyndale University College & Seminary

Sessional Or Adjunct Faculty Member
Acadia Divinity College

Member
The Evangelical Fellowship

Board Member
InterVarsity

Sessional Or Adjunct Faculty Member
Asbury Theological Seminary

Chair of the Board of Directors
Wiconi International

Education

Theology

Tyndale Seminary

B.Sc.

pre-Med

Brandon University

Mi'kmaq/Acadian , Ph.D.

PhD

Acadia University

PhD

Intercultural Studies

Asbury Seminary

PhD studies

Asbury Theological Seminary

honorary Doctor of Divinity degree

Acadia University

interdisciplinary Ph.D.

Asbury Theological Seminary

Web References (185 Total References)


Faculty Profiles

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Terry LeBlanc

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Terry LeBlanc
Terry LeBlanc, PhD. Terry is Mi'kmaq / Acadian in his 42nd year of marriage to Bev.
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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.
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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.
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Mike is husband to Theresa and father of five children, three of them adults.


Terry ...

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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.


Moving forward to the 21st century, ...

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Moving forward to the 21st century, we have the combined work of Adrian Jacobs, Terry LeBlanc, and Richard Twiss, engaging contemporary challenges to contextualization.

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Terry LeBlanc reflects on some of the traditional philosophical, biblical, and attitudinal starting points for Western theology suggesting that these need to be revisited â€" and not simply to make Christian faith more concomitant with Indigenous understandings. Instead, LeBlanc argues, the shifts he identifies will position the gospel of Jesus to be more effective in its address of contemporary issues such as the environmental debate and inter-religious dialogue â€" among others.
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Terry LeBlanc
Terry LeBlanc is Mi’kmaq/Acadian in his 42nd year of marriage to Bev. He and Bev have three adult children â€" twin daughters and one son. He holds a PhD in Intercultural Studies from Asbury Theological Seminary, specializing in Theology and Anthropology. He is the Founding Chair and current Director of NAIITS: An Indigenous Learning Community.


We are honored to have Dr. ...

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We are honored to have Dr. Terry LeBlanc, president of NAIITS, as our Guest Editor, who will introduce the issue to you.

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WCIDJ devotes this entire issue to reflections from NAIITS on Immersion and Indigenous Theology. We are honored to have Dr. Terry LeBlanc, president of NAIITS, as our Guest Editor, who will introduce the issue to you.

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