to The Journey
The Journey is a co-operative venture,
located in Edmonton, AB, that is affiliated with
ACTS Seminaries, Langley, British Columbia along with
the respective denominational families (Baptist General
Conference of Canada, Fellowship of Evangelical Baptists
of Canada, Evangelical Free Church of Canada, Mennonite
Brethren and Pentecostal Assemblies of Canada). Our
mission is to provide YOU
with a next step toward
exceptional graduate level ministry leadership
Upcoming courses at
The Journey, for Spring 2013:
691 Pastoral and Theological Themes in 1 Corinthians
7-9 (8:30-4:30) daily
Ed Stuckey, D.Min. is currently the Director of ACTS
Seminaries’ The Journey in Edmonton.
Venue: Ellerslie Road Baptist Church, Edmonton
514 Greek and Hebrew Tools –
29-May 10, 2013, 8:30 – 12:30 daily.
Note: Tuition for the
Corinthians course is $320 per sem hour, (or $969 per 3
credit hour course, incl. the Grad Student fee). Tuition
for the Language Tools course is $300. / hour. The audit
rate is $145./ hour for either course. Final registration
deadline is Jan 15, but best to register ASAP.
The Journey provides a fresh
approach which allows you to learn from committed Bible
scholars, while continually applying the insights you are
acquiring within your own church under the mentoring of
your pastor. In The Journey, we believe that learning how
to minister cannot be separated from a vibrant community
where that ministry can be practiced.
Journey is now fully
an extension of ACTS Seminaries. For more information about this
change and how it affects current or prospective
students, please read this document.
• Both academic depth and ministry skills development;
there is a balanced emphasis on both the practical human
context of ministry and the revealed divine content for
• All “modular” courses; You remain in your place of work
or ministry, then gather for an intensive week of input and
interaction, while doing pre- and post-session assignments.
• Church-based learning, in active partnership with ACTS-
• At-home, in-ministry mentorship within your own
• Men or women who are both active in local church ministry
and recognized by their church as gifted for ministry
leadership may apply.
• Many of you will be “second career” individuals from
secular employment who desire equipping for vocational
ministry locally or cross-culturally.
• All applicants will need a local church or denominational
context for ongoing mentorship and immediate application of
the principles and skills learned.
• Typical students will have an undergraduate (Bachelors)
degree or equivalent, though a number may be admitted
without this qualification.
Dr Ed Stuckey, Director