PTEE’s learning facilitators play a central role in expanding PTEE’s program in local areas throughout the Arabic-speaking world. The facilitator’s role is to lead a discussion of the material studied, help the group to answer each other’s questions, and to help students apply what has been learned within the ministry context of each person.
- have a personal experience of the Lord Jesus Christ and a deep understanding of the Word of God.
- have a Bachelor’s degree (in any field).
- have experience in local Church ministry.
- be recommended by the main pastor or senior leader of the facilitator’s church.
- be recommended by a member of the PTEE national or local committee.
- have successfully completed three (3) PTEE courses.
- believe that the methods of the PTEE are good methods and can be of great benefit to the Church and society.
- attend and successfully complete a facilitator-training workshop. The Facilitator-training workshop is a 16 hour seminar facilitated by the Dean and Director of Academic Services. A certificate of completion is given to all those who successfully complete the workshop.
- agree to serve as a facilitator in a class.
- be willing to submit to the administrative procedures of the PTEE, as detailed in the facilitator-training manual.
Want to become a PTEE Facilitator?
Want to find a PTEE Facilitator?
Contact the Dean in your country or the PTEE Ministry Center. If there is not yet a facilitator in your local area, then perhaps you might become one!