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“I’m a pastor of an Hispanic church in the U.S. I can’t afford to go to seminary. But, I need more than just basic training to be able to teach and lead my congregation. Who will train me? Who will train my leaders?”
The Consortium for Training Hispanic Pastors and Church Leaders in the U.S.
The Need – Record numbers of Hispanic churches are being formed in the United States. But most of those churches struggle to find trained pastors and church leaders.
The Solution – To extend non-formal theological training to untrained Hispanic pastors and church leaders in the U.S.
The Concept and Curriculum – The Consortium will use the concept and curriculum from the Bible Training Centre for Pastors (BTCP).
The Courses – BTCP offers a comprehensive 520 hour, 10-course curriculum that provides foundational theological and ministry training.
|• Bible Study Methods||• Personal Spiritual Life|
|• Old Testament Survey||• Church Ministry/Administration/Education|
|• New Testament Survey||• Teaching Principles and Methods|
|• Preaching/Pastoral Ministry||• Church History Survey|
|• Bible Doctrine||• Missions/Evangelism/Discipleship|
A Spanish Study Bible will be used. Certificates will be issued upon completion.
The Plan: To find ministry partners — such as individuals, churches, and other ministries — who feel called to assist in this training on a local basis. Teachers will be fluent in Spanish and have knowledge and experience in pastoral ministry.
What Consortium members are saying:
“ We have just concluded our next class the Old Testament Survey. We have a good group of students who are dedicated and very enthusiastic. Thanks once again for this great tool. We have seen how every participant is growing in faith; in his/her love for Christ, in his/her ministry, and in service to God.”
Pastor Luis (Paco) Amador – New Life Chicago
“From personal experience in training Spanish-speaking believers, the BTCP materials are ideal to train leaders for the Hispanic churches in North America.”
Dr. Christopher Matthews – Camino Global