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Our mission is to equip Christian leaders in Spanish by creating a high-quality seminary curriculum transmitted via internet digital education and by identifying pastor/mentors for student care in local church settings.

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We at Mission to North America are thankful for the entrepreneurial work of CITA-EDU to provide online the Masters of Divinity curriculum for training Hispanic church leaders and pastors for the tremendous harvest of Spanish speakers in the US and abroad. CITA’s founder David Moran is a pioneer in Hispanic ministry in the Presbyterian Church in America and a valuable missiological resource for training and church planting. MNA enthusiastically supports Dr. Moran and the ministry of CITA-EDU with our prayers and financial resources

Fred Marsh , Associate Coordinator - Mission to North America (MNA)

In need of a program for the theological foundation of pastors in our newly formed denomination, I was introduced to David Moran. What a surprise!  Here was someone who spoke our language, and though possessing a very high level of theological knowledge, presents the topics in a very simple form. This fascinated everyone; all our churches are very happy with him. Upon evaluating his video courses, we realized that CITA-EDU was the training tool we had been looking for. I am currently preparing seven mentors for guiding students through the CITA curriculum and have a goal of opening study centers in 27 cities throughout Columbia and Ecuador. The beauty of the CITA material is that it is accessible (free on the web), easy to use, understandable, practical and meets seminary academic standards

Rev. Leonel Ortiz, Iglesia Reformada Betania, Villavicencio, Colombia

I believe that CITA’s mission to reach men who are unable to pursue a seminary education in the classic way, would do well to consider CITA to complete their vocational studies in becoming ministers of the gospel. The beauty of the program lies in its approach to teaching these men in their heart language, the one they were born with, so that the concepts and truths of the Biblical worldview are transferred to them in their native tongue. This not only gives them a better one-to-one, word-for-word, application to their minds, without translation, but it also helps them in spiritual formation, by learning and growing in the faith in the same language they are going to be speaking for God to their congregations from the language of their heart.

TE Damon E. Palmer. , Stated Clerk. South Florida Presbytery

Cita classes help to prepare leaders in our local Church and for future Church Plants. These classes are perfect with such busy schedules of working men and women. They can watch the Classes when their individual schedule allows them to and then they meet with the mentor to go over any question they may have. These classes allow our students to Watch, Hear, Write, and have a conversation / discussion to better understand the material.

Pablo Toledo, President of South Florida Presbytery - Missions Committee