Advancing the work of the Bible School through technology

April 21, 2015

Advancing the work of the Bible School through technology

  by Stephen Wallace Technology. Whether you love or hate it, embrace it or simply tolerate it, we can all agree that technology has profoundly impacted our culture and society in ways never thought possible. Beyond the social impact in recent years, technology continues to expand into nearly ever area of our lives. Today, there […]

The Perfect Gift: Pig’s Head to Foot Washing

March 23, 2015

The Perfect Gift: Pig’s Head to Foot Washing

  by Dr. Michael Mills During my 17 years as a missionary to Ecuador, I planted many churches from the mainland to the Galapagos Islands. My first church plant, La Cruz del Valle, was in its initial stages when the time came to celebrate the first Pastor’s appreciation day. The 50 new members thought about […]

How to improve your students writing

February 24, 2015

How to improve your students writing

  by Jim Lowell How to Improve Your Students Writing Many students struggle with writing. They may be intimidated by writing and lack the confidence in what their abilities are. At Caribbean School of Theology (CST), we provide the fourth year (as does ISUM) of study for our Bible institutes (seven schools-ten locations). The courses […]

Why I am registering now for the ACLAME Summit

January 16, 2015

Why I am registering now for the ACLAME Summit

  by David Godzwa Ok. Let’s get the obvious reason out of the way right off the bat. As a member of the Leadership Team, it’s important for me to support ACLAME sponsored events. What kind of a team player would I be if I didn’t, right? Still, my rush to register goes beyond my […]

Successful Content Strategy

December 15, 2014

Successful Content Strategy

  by Judy Graner, Ph.D. “Pleeese, tell us another story.”  Their eyes widened in anticipation, sandwiches forgotten on their luncheon  plates. A couple of them searched for a kleenex to wipe away a tear.  The stories had touched their hearts.  These were not my nieces and nephews sitting around Aunt Judy´s dining room table. These […]

Mystery Country: 75 Years of Ministerial Education

December 2, 2014

Mystery Country: 75 Years of Ministerial Education

  by Larry McNeill, D. Min. LAC Leadership Development Which country of Latin America/Caribbean is celebrating 75 years of theological education this year? Due to circumstances beyond their control, for 35 consecutive years, they labored through untold hardships as they continued to train pastors without any help or influence of U. S. missionaries. This national […]

Conquering the Dreaded Monografía: Ten ways teachers can help their students

October 15, 2014

Conquering the Dreaded Monografía: Ten ways teachers can help their students

by Jon Dahlager, D.Min. San José played host to ISUM Seminar III in the month of May 2014, and I got to teach the dreaded monografía—research paper writing—class during the whole month. We used SEC’s excellent new Guía de estilo de monografías y tesis (the Guía) as a text, and tried to keep the spirit […]

ACLAME Summit 2015

October 14, 2014

ACLAME Summit 2015

  The Association of Caribbean and Latin American Missionary Educators (ACLAME) invites you to participate in the much anticipated “ACLAME Summit 2015” that will be held on May 19-21, 2015 in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida. The theme for this Summit is “There’s an App for that!”. In today’s technologically advanced world, it seems there is an […]

Assessment: A Key to Institutional Credibility

September 15, 2014

Assessment:  A Key to Institutional Credibility

Article submitted by: Joseph Castleberry, Ed.D. President, Northwest University AGWM Educator, 1988-2008   No issue plays a larger role in the accrediting of academic institutions and programs than assessment.  Although schools employ many different approaches to assessment, all credible institutions take it very seriously, and no institution can ever hope to gain optimal results without […]

The Vital Ministry of the “Facultad de Teología”

August 26, 2014

The Vital Ministry of the “Facultad de Teología”

by Allen Martin, M.A., President of “Facultad de Teología”   “It was he who gave some to be apostles, some to be prophets, some to be evangelists, and some to be pastors and teachers, to prepare God’s people for works of service, so that the body of Christ may be built up until we all […]