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(NCSA, Peru) The New Horizon satellite campus of Nazarene Theological Seminary of Peru (STNP), in the Amazon district of the Peruvian jungle, began academic activities this past January 7. Students in residence as part of the vocational program have resumed classes. After 10 months of intensive ministerial work in different communities of the the Awajun people, the students returned to campus excited to move forward with their remaining classes. Their goal is a degree from the Bachelor in Theology program of the seminary. The student body is formed by a majority of bilingual students from the the awajun people, and some of the awajun students are continuing their studies in the License in Theology program at the satellite campus.

The License in Theology program has also offered several courses this summer and hopes to graduate their first class from the satellite campus this year.

The testimonies of the students are very encouraging, they are encouraging in the challenge of continuing to offer the summer intensive courses. Many of the professors of the intensive courses travel from different parts of the country in order to teach in these programs. The preparation to teach intensive courses is a unique challenge.

The New Horizon satellite campus of STNP also offers regular on campus courses throughout the year beginning in the month of March and finishing in November.

Let us continue to support the New Horizon satellite campus with our prayers.

Source: Jorge L. Julca – Edgardo Román