NHCLC and Liberty University to expand education access in Hispanic communities

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SACRAMENTO — The National Hispanic Christian Leadership Conference has partnered with Liberty University to create more direct educational opportunities in Latino and Hispanic communities

“Liberty University is proud to partner with the NHCLC to promote our similar goals of engaging and reforming the culture,” said Liberty University President, Jerry Prevo. “Just as the NHCLC has the vision to equip Hispanic Christ-followers to emerge as key influencers in all spheres of society and the marketplace, we at Liberty have the similar goal of Training Champions for Christ. Educating men and women who will go out and carry their Christian values into ‘all spheres of influence — education, media, business, arts, government, and church’ is what Liberty is all about.”

The partnership between the NHCLC and Liberty University will offer the Hispanic evangelical community customized access to academic degree programs in biblical studies, Christian leadership, and church ministry including discipleship as well as degrees in psychology and counseling, public health, and business administration.


Specific ministry degree options from bachelor’s to master’s and doctoral programs will include:

B.S. in Christian Leadership and Church Ministries

B.S. in Pastoral Leadership

B.S. in Youth Ministry

Master of Arts in Christian Ministry (MACM)

Master of Divinity (MDIV)

Doctor of Ministry (DMIN)

“I believe Liberty University is the primary partner to see this emerging generation embrace biblical truth with unbridled, Spirit-empowered love and literally transform the world,” said Rev. Samuel Rodriguez, NHCLC President. “Together, we are seeking to provide the Hispanic community with the best Christian education in the world.”

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