Hispanic Bible colleges are those Bible colleges that were founded by Hispanic-Americans or by outreach efforts of denominations for the purpose of spreading the gospel to Hispanics and Latinos who are abroad as well as those in the United States. Students who study in Hispanic Christian colleges usually focus on pastoral, missionary, and cultural studies that will equip them for service to the vulnerable populations of Latinos in the United States and also those who are presently still in their countries of origin.
Hispanic Bible Colleges with classes in Spanish are focused on speaking and communicative fluency, while all Spanish language learning domains are studied such as: reading, writing, listening, and speaking. Of course, special emphasis is placed on presentational skills in Spanish as these will be most used in pastoral and preaching ministry. Those who are interested in ministering and serving Hispanic churches should consider Bible Colleges with classes in Spanish.
Hispanic Bible Colleges
- Latin American Bible Institute, a non-denominational hispanic Bible college in California
- Latin American Bible Institute, a Bible institute for latino students in Texas
- Universidad Pentecostal Mizpa, a latino Bible college in Puerto Rico
More accredited Bible colleges:
- African-American Bible Colleges
- Korean Bible Colleges
- Immigrant Bible Colleges
- Native American Bible Colleges
- Missions Bible Colleges
Or, see all the tradition-based lists of Bible colleges.