He graduated from Washington Bible College (1971), Capital Bible Seminary (1976), and Dallas Theological Seminary (1982), where he also studied in a doctoral program in Old Testament (1987). He has ministered in the preaching and the pastoral ministries in the United States and Guatemala; additionally, he has served as Bible teacher in the Theological Seminary of Central America in Guatemala. Today he serves as an invited Professor in the Expository Preaching Seminary in Honduras. Since 1991 until 2010, he served as Executive Director, Producer, and voice of El Camino de la Vida programs. Since 2011, he serves as voice and radial producer and represents the ministry both in churches in the United States as in Latin America. Cornelio and his wife Aida live in Florida.
Six months ago, no one imagined that the world would find itself in the situation and limitations that are upon us now. The sense of self-complacency that permeates the human mind and spirit needs to come to the realization that one’s pursuits and achievements, without acknowledging the true God, are futile. King Nebuchadnezzar found that […]
Dear friends: It is said of the two witnesses of Revelation 11, that they were given the power “to smite the earth with every plague, as often as they desire” (v.6). Are we saying that the current virus outbreak is God’s judgment upon the world population? Far from it, for “I am neither a prophet […]
Dear brethren: As I write this, on this resurrection Sunday, our hearts are drawn to the words of the risen Lord when He first appeared to the fearful disciples: “Peace be with you; as the Father has sent me, so send I you” (John 20:21). Surely, it is because He completed His mission that those […]
Dear co-laborers in Christ: At my desk, before the computer, with my Bible open, day after day I study (Not a complaint. On the contrary! A tremendously enjoyable privilege!), and prepare an eleven minute expository and evangelistic message, or a two and half minute reflection on the affairs of our daily life, and what God […]
Doing God’s work leads us to others who are also His fellow workers, so that together we might join in furthering His work. When I first was asked to teach at the Seminary for Expository Preaching in Honduras, some seven years ago, I welcomed the opportunity to get back in the classroom. Preaching and […]