• KEY BISCAYNE PRESBYTERIAN CURCH, KEY BISCAYNE, FL

KBPC – From its inception KPBC partnered with CITA-EDU to video-tape Masters of Divinity courses in Spanish at its facilities.

Today CITA-EDU broadcasts these courses at no cost via its website freely accessed. While pastor of KBPC, CITA’s director served the church by pastoring and equipping leaders from among Spanish and Portuguese speakers.

  • LAMP – LEADERSHIP AND MINISTRY PREPARATION

LAMP is a ministry of the Presbyterian Church in America that trains pastors in a local church setting using seminary courses in audio format.

CITA-EDU provided eleven Masters in Divinity courses that Lamp uses for this training in Spanish.

  • THIRD MILLENIUM MINISTRIES

Third Millennium Ministries provides Biblical training materials on the web in six languages. CITA-EDU and Third Millennium have a written agreement for a mutual exchange of courses.

Specifically, CITA-EDU provides Masters’ level courses for the Practical Theology department of Third Millennium.

  • MIAMI INTERNATIONAL SEMINARY

MINTS is a local church-based leadership training program that employs a philosophy of the multiplication of professors throughout Canada, USA and Latin America.

CITA’s director has taught ten seminary courses for MINTS and has taped combined classrooms of students from both MINTS  and CITA.

  • GRANADA PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, CORAL GABLES, FL

Granada currently hosts the studio for CITA-EDU to video-tape live its Masters in Divinity courses. CITA has trained Granada church members who are currently serving as pastors of various denominations.

Granada is partnering with CITA to mentor and encourage those who are, in turn, mentoring CITA-EDU students in south Florida and throughout Colombia, including sponsoring trips to that country, sending its own pastoral leadership for that purpose.

  • FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, CORAL SPRINGS, FL

First Presbyterian, under the leadership of CITA-EDU mentor Rev. Pablo Toledo, operates a CITA-EDU training three nights a week at the church.

Students, pastors, and missionaries, in addition to being physically present, zoom in from half a dozen Latin countries.

The Hispanic pastor at First Presbyterian effectively and enthusiastically networks for CITA and is responsible, under the guidance of the Holy Spirit, for opening doors for CITA-EDU in Cuba and northern Colombia.

He also collaborates with CITA in south Florida for identifying new Hispanic church planters and mentoring them.

  • IGLESIA BETANIA REFORMADA

This newly established denomination in the southwest and southern region of Colombia voted at their General Assembly in January 2018 to adopt the CITA-EDU curriculum as the official pastoral training curriculum for their denomination.

They are highly organized and have opened training sites with mentors throughout the Country and in Ecuador. Their strongest study sites are located in Villavicencio and Cartagena.

  • HOPE CHAPEL

Hope Chapel, a church in the Country Walk area of southwest Miami, partners with CITA EDU in multiple ways.

Their pastor a former missionary to Colombia has opened a plethora of contacts in Colombia and Ecuador who are in turn are partnering with CITA-EDU to train new leaders.