April 20th, 2011 at 8:15 am
Join Fellowship Hall co-host Kaitlin Warrington as she chats with a panel of Hispanic leaders addressing education issues within the state related to the high dropout rate among Hispanic students. Hear the guest panel discuss their personal education experiences as they grew up in Texas Hispanic culture as well as ways that the cultural divide can be dissolved so that any Christ follower can stand in the gap for at-risk students, helping them see their potential and survive and thrive in not only high school but also higher education.
Gus Reyes, Director of Texas Baptists affinity ministries and the Hispanic Education Initiative
Elizabeth Tamez, Associate director of enrollment management and student service at Baptist University of the Americas in San Antonio
Fabian Ramirez, Web content specialist for Texas Baptists
Fernando Hill, Youth Pastor at Iglesia High Pointe in Cedar Hill and administrative assistant for Texas Baptists church starting
Liz Encinia, Fellowship Hall co-host and age-level consultant for the Woman’s Missionary Union of Texas
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