Armando Juarez

Born in Reynosa, Tamaulipas, Mexico in 1950, Armando served in the Mexican Union for 25 years in different positions: pastor, Bible teacher, administrator, seminary teacher, and chairman of the Master in Pastoral Theology in SDA Theological Seminary at Montemorelos University. In January 1998 he accepted an invitation to be the associate editor for the International Department at Pacific Press(r). He is director of La Revista Adventista (Spanish Adventist Review for NAD) and associate director of El Centinela (Spanish Signs of the Times(r)).

He has a B.A. in theology from Montemorelos University (1972), a master of religion (1980), and a Ph.D. in religion (1991) from Andrews University. He has written five books for training the laity.

He lives in Caldwell, Idaho, with his wife Dámaris. They have three children, Sariel (25), Juan (23), and Eliasib (18).

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