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. This grant confirms the importance and relevance of our vision and mission and encourages us for the work we will be doing in our upcoming meeting in Orlando, FL, at the end of this month. Muchas gracias to Lilly Endowment and praise be to God!

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The central theme of the Assembly, “Let’s Collaborate!”, invites us all to join efforts and to make contributions together for the advancement of the Hispanic theological education in these times of change.


Our conversations will be motivated by the following presentations:

  • Towards a new reformation in the 21st century: theological education and theology of education.-Dr. Justo L. González.
  • Weaving with loose treads: theological education, church and community.- Dra. Elizabeth Conde-Frazier.
  • The Futures of ATS Accreditation: Innovation, Quality Assurance, and Educational Improvement.-Dr. Lester Ruiz.

A historical outline of the origins and development of AETH and its vision of the future.

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October 19 & 20, 2018
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