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Forum 2013 Payment

Thank you for submitting your registration information for the 2013 Presidential Forum! 

Your registration is nearly complete. All that is left is for you to make your payment!  You may pay now, securely and conveniently online and with no extra fee, by using any major credit card/debit card. If you prefer, you may also mail in a check.

To Pay Now with a Credit Card:

  • Click "Pay Now" below.
  • Enter the amount you owe in the space for "Item Price,"
    then click Update (below Item Price and Quantity 1).
  • Complete the transaction with your payment information.
  • To complete your registration by paying with a credit card,
    choose "Don't Have a PayPal Account?"
  • You may pay for multiple registrations in a single transaction.
    (If you choose to do so, please add a comment to indicate for whom you are paying - thank you!)

To Pay by Check:

  • Please make your check for the proper registration amount out to Bethany Seminary;
     
  • Be sure to note Forum Registration on the memo line; then
     
  • Mail check to:

Presidential Forum
Bethany Theological Seminary
615 National Road West
Richmond, IN  47374

Registration -- Presidential Forum 2013

 

Questions?  Please contact us at forum@bethanyseminary.edu, or 800-287-8822, if you have any questions or comments!

 

Todd Peterson
(Certificate of Achievement in Theological Studies [CATS] Connections)

Tood Peterson
"The 'later' I've been looking for"

Like many people who recognize God is calling them to follow, I was adept at listing reasons why it couldn't work right now. Money, time, family, commitments to my local congregation--the list went on and on, and I was able to rest comfortably in the fact that it wasn't me, it was my situation. I would enter seminary when circumstances were right; it would happen "later."