April 17, 2019 | Miami, Florida, United States | Libna Stevens/IAD

Seventh-day Adventist church administrators, pastors, educators, department directors, church elders and lay persons can now register for

Inter-America’s 3rd Annual Segment Leadership Development (SeLD) Conference, scheduled to take place July 15-17, 2019, in Miami, Florida.

This year’s SeLD Conference is themed “Accelerating Your Leadership Potential”. The event will feature more than 30 speakers from the Adventist World Church, North America, and Inter-America, during general sessions and dozens of seminars on effective pastoral leadership and supervision, problem solving and decision making, strategies to grow finances in the church, dealing with critical issues and much more.

“We want to get individuals to be more effective in the areas they are called to serve,” said Pastor Balvin Braham, assistant to the IAD president in charge of leadership training. “The conference is aimed at developing leadership skills, while focusing on different areas of leadership.”

Inter-America’s leadership development program is designed to guide organizational leaders to develop their leadership capacity, expose organizational leaders to trends, issues and best practices in organizational leadership and provide leaders a forum for networking and cross-cultural leadership exposure, explained Braham.

Already, 200 people have registered since it was opened a few days ago, according to Braham. This year, organizers are expecting more than 600 delegates and are encouraging young leaders and professionals to attend as well.

On-site registration check-in for SeLD Conference begins July 15, from 12noon to 6:00 p.m. (Miami Time). The opening ceremony begins July 15, at 6:00 p.m. Sessions for July 16-17, run from 8:00 a.m. to 6:40 p.m.

To register for Inter-America’s SeLD Conference, visit seld.interamerica.org

To view the SeLD Conference program schedule,

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