Pastor Tania Montero
My name is Tania Montero.
I am originally from Havana, Cuba.
I surrendered my life to Christ in the Methodist Church in Cuba, in 1986.
From that moment I began to put into practice the spiritual gifts that God gave me, throughout different ministries of my local church, such as Sunday School teacher, preaching, singing in the music group of my church, reaching souls through evangelism in the streets; until becoming a national leader of youth; and later in 1989 I started as a Missionary Pastor.
In 1995 I arrived in the US as a Permanent Resident; and by the grace of God since November of last year I am an American citizen.
Most of my family lives in Cuba. At this time I have sent the documents for my mother's admission application to the United States, so I can invite her to live with me permanently in the United States.
I do not have children; but I enjoy of the wonderful company of two doggies: Osito (little bear-in Spanish…), and Chiky (diminutive of "little"-in Spanish…).
As part of my hobbies, I like to play chess, also take pictures, swim, walk…
In Cuba I graduated in a secular career from the Polytechnic Institute in Havana City, Cuba, as Tech in Electric Energy Systems.
I also graduated from the Bible Institute of Guanabacoa, in Havana City, Cuba and obtained a Certificate as Missionary.
I completed the Course of Study, in Garret Evangelical Theological Seminary, in Evanston, IL.
I’m a Certified Facilitator for the Modules of the Hispanic-Latino National Plan; and I also received Biblical courses through Latin American Biblical University (UBILA), Nashville TN.
Shalom to you my friends,