Since student tuition cannot fully cover the seminary’s operation costs, our directors and some of our staff are supported as missionaries for the development of God’s Kingdom.
Executive director of SEMBEQ Puts in place all the necessary tools for the training of 200 workers, 200 elders, 200 women. Ensures that 20 “Antioch” training centers are established.
Coach of coaches. Oversees activities at SEMBEQ. Helps churches in the creation of a training plan.
Events and Church-based courses coordinator
Equip churches in establishing and structuring a training program following SEMBEQ’s standards. Coordinate SEMBEQ’s events and conferences.
Academic Dean Assistant
Develop and encourage theological training in the local churches within our family of churches. Meet and assist students to provide them with a program that will encourage their spiritual and theological growth. Work to ensure the preservation of sound doctrine.
Research and writing professor of the New Testament
Teaching, mentoring students, writing quality French theological books and material.
United States representative
Inform the Church outside Quebec of the dire needs in Quebec. Act as a liaison between the Church outside Quebec and inside Quebec, helping to link those outside Quebec with the appropriate opportunities to serve in Quebec. Ultimately, his role is to bring more missionaries (short-term, long-term, partners, etc.) from outside to Quebec.