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Our Extraordinary Assembly was Extraordinary

In the words of the psalmist, “how good and how pleasant it was to dwell together in unity” during our recent Extraordinary Assembly, here in Orlando!

It was clear and widely shared that this is a crucial moment for all of us to collaborate, guided by the Spirit, in the task of preparing leaders “for works of service” to which God has called the Hispanic…

Executive Director of AETH writes article for "Spothlight"

Dr. Fernando Cascante, AETH’s Executive Director, wrote the following article for the most recent issue of Spotlight on Theological Education. In light of the multiple crises affecting  theological institutions today, in his article Fernando invites theological faculty to recognize its role in the review and the transformation of present seminary theological education so that it  may become relevant for the Church and society in the twenty-first century.  Dr. Cascante for several months was part of a group of theological faculty from ATS schools concerned about the future of theological education in the United States.  With the reading of this and the other articles in this issue, we invite you to join this important reflection and to let us know your opinions and recommendations.

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AETH receives grant for establishing a Network of Hispanic Bible Institutes

With great joy and gratitude AETH announces that Lilly Endowment Inc. has awarded a $750,000.00 grant to create the Hispanic Network of Bible Institutes to collaborate in finding solutions for common problems and work on joint projects that will improve the quality of their functioning and increase the number of their students and graduates. Through this three-year project, AETH will implement one of its most important strategic priorities for the next five years: Bible institutes and the role they play in the service of the Hispanic church. Muchas gracias to Lilly Endowment and praise be to God! Click here to read full story on Religious News