Updated: Dec 1, 2018
This January, LABI College and LATS were featured in an Oikonomia Network (ON) “Spotlight Article.” The article highlights progress made with new degrees programs, graduate partnerships, research, and leadership. To view this article click this link: http://oikonomianetwork.org/2018/01/seminary-spotlight-labi-college-lats/
This grant funded network of theological schools includes such institutions as Dallas Theological Seminary, Azusa Pacific University, Biola University, Fuller Seminary, Asbury Seminary and many more. Some of their objectives include advancing theological research, discussions, conferences and trainings. As its only non-accredited partner, LABI College is be able to benefit from the theological and educational resources this community provides.
This January, Dr. Marty Harris, President of LABI College and LATS, spoke on a discussion panel for the ON’s annual Karam Forum, where he discussed “Growing: God’s Mission as a Way of Life” and where he also shared about Hispanic Higher education needs, trends, and goals.
The ON is “a learning community of theological educators and evangelical seminaries helping pastors equip people for whole-life discipleship, fruitful work and economic wisdom.” Website: http://oikonomianetwork.org/