No dia 16 de Setembro de 2006, às 17 horas, no templo da Igreja Baptista da Parede, o Dr. Jun Vencer, ex-Director Executivo da Aliança Evangélica Mundial e actual Director do Departamento de Desenvolvimento de Liderança da Dawn Ministries, será o orador da Aula Magna no culto solene de abertura do ano lectivo do STB. Jun Vencer, de origem filipina, é um reconhecido orador internacional e tem treinado líderes em todo o mundo com um currículo que ele próprio estruturou e que é conhecido por DNA - Transformando as Nações através da Igreja Local. Na Aula Magna do STB, Jun Vencer tratará o tema "Cristo, Igreja e Criação."
A partir do dia 18 de Setembro e até ao dia 22, entre as 19h e as 23.00, o Seminário oferece para alunos, docentes, pastores e líderes, um curso intensivo de formação sobre este mesmo tema da Transformação das Nações através do ministério da Igreja Local. As inscrições para este Seminário intensivo serão brevemente abertas na secretaria do STB.
Veja abaixo o Currículo do Dr. Jun Vencer (Versão em Inglês)
Dr. Agustin B. Vencer, Jr. (Jun to friends and JV to his staff and colleagues), has a passion for discipling the nations. He developed the DNA Vision – a strategic program of churches transforming the nations where there is economic sufficiency, social peace, public justice, national righteousness, and where Christ is Lord of life and nation. The vision is now shared and taught in many nations.

He is currently Vice President Leadership Development of Dawn Ministries; as well as Regional Director for Asia / Oceania. He is Chairman of Dawn Philippines since 1983 and has been actively involved in Saturation Church Planting in the Philippines.

Jun stepped down as the International Director of World Evangelical Fellowship (WEF) in May 2001 after serving for 9 years. He was the first Third World leader to occupy WEF’s top post since it’s beginnings in 1846.

In recognition of his dynamic leadership Jun has been elected/appointed to significant posts in other international organizations. He was founding Chairman of the Evangelical Fellowship of Asia (EFA), General Secretary of the Philippine Council of Evangelical Churches (PCEC) from 1978 – 1993, and founding General Secretary of the Philippine Relief and Development Services (PHILRADS). He also served as Country Director of World Relief (1980-1992) and Compassion Philippines. He is an ordained minister and a Bishop of the Christian and Missionary Alliance Churches of the Philippines (CAMACOP). He became Pulpit Minister of Alliance Fellowship Church in 1986 and continues as Pastor Emeritus today.

He has written numerous booklets on such subjects as Church and State, Management leadership, and Relief and Development. His articles have appeared in various journals and magazines, and he has presented papers in several international evangelical consultations. A respected leader, visionary, organization man, writer and preacher, he travels extensively speaking and lecturing at various conferences, seminars and fora.

He holds a Bachelor of Science in Preparatory Medicine from Central Philippines University in Iloilo City, a Bachelor of Arts in General Science from Southern Islands Colleges, General Santos City, and Bachelor of Laws from the University of the East, Manila. He passed the Philippine Bar in 1973. In 1990, he was conferred an Honorary Doctor of Letters by Toccoa Falls College, USA and in 1992, an Honorary Doctor of Divinity by Ebenezer Bible College and Seminary. He is listed in the 10th Edition of “Who’s Who in the World,” 4th Edition of “Who’s Who in Religion,” and “Who’s Who in International Organizations, 1992.” His biography, “Poor Is No Excuse,” was written by John Allan and published by Pater Noster Press, England in 1989.

JV and his wife Annabella are blessed with four children, two daughters-in-law and two granddaughters: Andrew John (married to Angela Cartwright, daughter Emma Grace), Alystaire Ann (engaged to be married to Chris Capen), Alcoe Philip (married to Jessica Hall, daughter Jade Elizabeth) and Augustine Paul.