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Dr. Pablo Jiménez

  • Associate Dean for the Hispanic Ministries Program

Biography:

Born in New York, Pablo Jiménez grew up in Puerto Rico. Prior to joining Gordon-Conwell, Dr. Jiménez served as Senior Pastor of the Iglesia Cristiana (Discípulos de Cristo) in Espinosa, Dorado, Puerto Rico.

Dr. Jiminéz previously served as pastor of the CCDC in Sonadora, Guaynabo, PR; Director of the “Rev. Juan Figueroa Umpierre” Bible Institute of the CCDC in Puerto Rico: Executive Director of the Association for Hispanic Theological Education (AETH) and manager of the Hispanic Summer Program (HSP).

He has also taught in numerous positions, as Professor of New Testament and Preaching at the Latin American Biblical Seminary in San José, Costa Rica and as Instructor of Homiletics at the Episcopal Theological Seminary of the Southwest, in Austin, TX.

Dr. Jiménez has given the Krausse Lectures, of the Lutheran Seminary Program in the Southwest, Austin, TX (1995); the Blandy Lectures, of the Episcopal Theological Seminary of the Southwest, Austin, TX (1998); the Wells Sermons, at University Christian Church, Fort Worth, TX (2002); and the Casalis Lecture, at the Facultad Evangélica de Estudios Teológicos, Managua, Nicaragua (2004), among many others. Pablo has preached and taught in several countries, such as Canada, Colombia, Costa Rica, Guatemala, Haiti, Honduras, Jamaica, Mexico, Dominican Republic and Venezuela.

He earned a B.A. from the University of Puerto Rico; an M. Div. from the Evangelical Seminary of Puerto Rico; an S.T.M. from Christian Theological Seminary in Indianapolis, IN; and a D.Min. from Columbia Theological Seminary in Decatur, GA. Pablo is the co-author of Pulpito: An introduction to Hispanic Preaching (Nashville: Abingdon Press, 2006), among other materials.

He is married to Glorimar and has three children: Antonio José, Paola Margarita and Natalia Isabel.