Historically, Bill’s core Holy Spirit gifting from has been in teaching, a craft that he has honed all his life. 


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Historically, Bill’s core Holy Spirit gifting from has been in teaching, a craft that he has honed all his life. During the first two decades of his public ministry he taught full-time in theological seminaries both in Guatemala and the USA. During the last 30 years this gift has been more on hold, with the exception of modular courses taught in the USA and internationally.  He teaching style combines a singular mix of formal, non-formal and life-on-life education. Spiritual formation values are central to his teaching approach as he desires each time to build a “educational-spiritual community” in his classes.

  1. Modular classes in recent years have been taught at Seminario Teológico Centroamericano (Ph.D. in Theological Education program, Guatemala), Redeemer Seminary (Austin campus), Trinity School of Ministry (Anglican), Columbia International University, the European School of Culture and Theology (Korntal, Germany) and Trinity Evangelical Divinity School (TEDS). He has also been visiting professor at Dallas Theological Seminary, Wheaton Graduate School and All Nations Christian College in England.

  2. Bill is an adjunct professor in the SETECA PhD program in theological education for Latin America. It is a joy to be able to return to his field context of Latin America and the school where he served for 17 years. It allows him to teach in Spanish, and to grow into areas of knowledge and teaching modalities.

  3. Trinity School for Ministry (Anglican, Ambridge, PA) has engaged Bill as adjunct professor to teach both on the DMin and MDiv levels. He is delighted to teach at TSM, shaping future evangelical Anglican leaders in God’s global mission.  This also opens doors to the global fellowship of orthodox Anglicans as well as providing opportunity to input into their mission vision.

  4. In 2014 Bill began teaching as adjunct professor of Pastoral Theology at the Austin campus of Redeemer Seminary”.