IRVING, Texas (May 4, 2022) – Dr. Michael Ortiz, vice president for global ministries and associate professor of missiology and intercultural studies at Dallas Theological Seminary (DTS), will be guest lecturer at B. H. Carroll Theological Institute’s Spring Colloquy May 23-24.
This spring’s colloquy, funded through the generous support of Frank and Pauline Patterson, will be held at First Baptist Church Grand Prairie. The colloquy is a semi-annual gathering for scholarly discussion.
Ortiz will speak on “Theological Education Newly Expressed: A Global Invitation” over the course of three sessions, beginning Monday, May 23, at 2:15 p.m.
Born to Cuban immigrants in New York City, Ortiz received a law degree from Southern Methodist University in 1988 and practiced in Florida before entering the ministry. He later earned a master of theology degree from DTS and a PhD degree in theological education from Seminario Teológico Centroamericano (SETECA). Ortiz has taught in Cuba and many other Latin American countries, focusing on global pastoral training, leadership in theological education, and missional contextualization.
Dr. Ortiz, in addition to his teaching responsibilities at DTS, currently serves as international director for the International Council for Evangelical Theological Education. He also serves as vice president for the South Central Region of the Evangelical Missiological Society.
For a full schedule of the Frank and Pauline Patterson Spring Colloquy with Dr. Ortiz and to register, go to https://events.bhcarroll.edu/colloquy/2022-spring.