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Dr. Leitch flew to Cameroon in May for three weeks at the invitation of the CABTAL (The Cameroon Association for Bible Translation and Literacy). A linguistic specialist, he worked with four Cameroonian indigenous language communities in translating the Scriptures, specifically helping them to analyze folk stories and other narratives in their languages.

 
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Dr. Leung Lai organized and facilitated the “ATS: Women in Leadership in Theological Education” conference in October as well as coordinating the Pastoral and Chinese Ministry’s 25th Anniversary events on May 5. She presented an intensive course for pastors in the Ukraine and, in June, spoke on the Book of Ezekiel at the CE Seminar of the Richmond Hill Chinese Baptist Church.

 
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This April, Professor James Pedlar, along with the Wesley Studies Committee, organized and hosted the Wesley Ministry Conference with Dr. Leonard Sweet as the keynote speaker. The conference was attended by 180 church leaders from various Wesleyan denominations and focused on the theme “Rediscovering transformational Discipleship.” Dr.

 
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Dr. Reynolds responded to multiple presentations this past summer including that of Dr. Cynthia Westfall and Dr. Loren Stuckenbruck at McMaster Divinity College’s Bingham Colloquium. In July, he responded to Dr.

 
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Dr. Sherbino shared his expertise in pastoral and spiritual ministry by conducting two Prepare/Enrich Seminars in Toronto and Paris, teaching a two day seminar at Tyndale on Grief, Death and Dying, and writing an article called “Faith and Doubt” for the Presbyterian Record. In addition, Dr. Sherbino attended a seminar in Ohio on inner/emotional healing.

 
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