Carroll Institute’s fall teaching trip to Cuba, originally scheduled for September, was rescheduled for October due to Hurricane Irma. Drs. Adlin Cotto, Bruce Corley, and Larry Ashlock traveled to teach a cohort of students working on their Master of Arts (Theology) degree with Carroll Institute, as well as present relief funds to our Teaching Church in Camaguey, Cuba. This is the third cohort of Master’s students on the island, and Carroll currently has 23 graduates serving through the churches in Cuba.
Recently, there have been multiple improvements in Cuba that will allow the students to be even more successful in their areas of ministry and study. Internet access has improved significantly and as a result, students have better social media access and can now connect to library resources.
“This is a good group of students, and it was extraordinary to be there with them for a whole week,” Dr. Cotto said. “People may not know that Carroll absorbs all tuition costs. The program is not possible without support.”
Carroll Institute has been traveling to Cuba for teaching trips since 2009. The program has Kingdom Impact that will influence many generations to come. The next teaching trip to Cuba is scheduled for the week of April 15-20, 2018. Teaching trips to Cuba are made possible by donations to the Buddy Rees School of Ministry and through a partnership with Park Cities Baptist Church in Dallas. Please prayerfully consider supporting the Carroll Cuba program.