THE CENTER FOR ADVENTIST MINISTRY TO PUBLIC UNIVERSITY STUDENTS
Sebastien is a graduate student at Andrews University studying Communication. He is a graduate of the Missionary Training Program and later served as its fifth director. After his completion of the MTP, Sebastien studied at Eastern Michigan University where his leadership propelled the Adventist student ministry to new heights in organization and baptisms. After his graduation from EMU, Sebastien moved to Boston where he founded and launched STRIDE — a different version of the MTP where students enrolled in Boston area schools — Harvard, MIT, Berklee, and more — receive ministry training at the same time. Sebastien has served as GYC General Vice President and as a visionary leader in various parts of the world. He is married to Candis (Joseph) and they are the proud parents of baby Naphti.
CAMPUS is the CENTER for ADVENTIST MINISTRY to PUBLIC UNIVERSITY STUDENTS located in East Lansing, MI next to uchurch. CAMPUS offers two one-year programs: the CAMPUS Internship — designed to develop leaders in public campus ministry and the CAMPUS Ministerial Residency — a program for young/future pastors to test their call to pastoral ministry in one of the toughest ministry venues. Along with our one-year programs, CAMPUS offers an intense program for students who can’t take a year off but wish to be missionaries on their public campuses. LEADS is typically held each summer in Michigan. If you want to schedule your campus as one of our LEADS Circuit Tour, contact Sebastien.