Continuing Education Training for Educators

This series of training videos are intended to teach the art of delivery for teaching.

We are committed to bringing you the best instruction with the help of the LORD.

Benefits to students:

Videos create a more engaging sensory experience than using print materials alone. Learners actually get to see and hear the concept being taught, and they can process it in the same way they process their everyday interactions.

They provide a go-to resource that can be watched from anywhere with an internet connection. Videos are accessible on a multitude of devices including laptops, tablets, and smartphones. This allows for viewing at the student’s convenience and from wherever they are.

Videos increase knowledge retention, since they can be stopped and replayed as many times as needed. They can also be reviewed long after the initial lesson was taught.

They greatly assist in the learning of all subjects, but particularly those topics that are complex and/or highly visual, such as step-by-step procedures, and problem-solving.

They increase proficiency in digital literacy and communication.

Dr. Joel Dominguez

Dr. Joel A. Dominguez Ed. D., is a Counseling Psychologist with over a decade of experience in the treatment of Children, Adolescents, Adults, Couples and families. He also works extensively providing training, consultancy and academic support at National and International levels. He has served in various capacities of professional bodies in Leadership Psychology.

Dr. Dominguez was honored with the “Community Leadership Award” at National University in 2004 for his service to community based mental health clinics within Los Angeles County.  His clinical research includes the development of evidenced based treatments for adolescent and young adult populations who have been victims of Intimate Partner Violence (IPV).   

Dr. Dominguez currently works for the Riverside University Health System providing Forensic Mental Health Evaluations at Robert Presley Detention Center and Clinical assessments for the Mental Health Court Program in Riverside County.

Dr. Abel Villanueva

Abel Villanueva was born in Yuma, Arizona, the 4th of eight children, born in a Ministerial home and earned his Bachelor’s Degree from LATS – Latin American Theological Studies, a Masters’s from Fuller Theological Seminary, and studied his doctoral residencies at Talbot School of Theology in La Mirada CA. He began his pastorate at 32 years of age and continues to Pastor the same church for over 20 years.

Dr. Janae Quezada

Janae E. Quezada is part of an Apostolic heritage that goes as far back as 5 generations. She was born and raised in the Coachella Valley, in Southern CA but currently lives in Las Vegas, NV where she serves as the Pastor’s wife of The Harvest Church alongside her husband Jonathan Quezada, and three children (Eliana, Brooke, and Lincoln). For the last 2 years, she has also served alongside her husband who was appointed as the Regional Elder of the New England Region under the National Missions Department.

She holds a Doctorate of Ministry from McCormick Theological Seminary, a Master of Divinity from Harvard Divinity School, and a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Religious Studies and Communicative Disorders from the University of Redlands.

Dr. Janae Quezada was recently appointed as the Dean of the International Bible College as well as the Liaison for Postgraduate Studies. She has worked with the Department of Christian Education since 2015 on various projects and looks forward to continuing to work. She truly believes that it is through Christian education that generations will be empowered and equipped to fulfill their mission and make a great impact in their communities.

Dr. Oswaldo Moreno

Dr. Oswaldo Moreno is a fourth-generation Apostolic. Throughout his life, he is devoted to drawing awareness to the intersection of ministry and higher education. He currently is a church planter at Anchor VA in Virginia as he works with college-age students as a university professor, clinician, and scholar.

Dr. Moreno holds a bachelor’s degree in psychology from Arizona State University, a master’s degree in theological studies from Harvard University, a second master’s in clinical psychology, as well as a doctorate degree (PH.D.) in clinical psychology. Dr. Moreno also received clinical and applied training at Clark University, the University of Massachusetts Medical School, Harvard Medical School, and Boston University School of Medicine. Finally, he completed his post-doctoral training at Brown University School of Public Health.

While pursuing higher education, Dr. Moreno served as the local youth president, worship leader, Sunday school teacher, the local church secretary, assistant pastor, and District President of the Northeast Messengers of Peace. Before serving as President of the National Messengers of Peace, Dr. Moreno served as the Secretary for the National Messengers of Peace from 2020-2022 and the Treasurer of the National Messengers of Peace from 2016-2020.

His ministerial philosophy has been to equip the next generation to reach their God-given potential that expands the Kingdom together. It is through his willingness to serve that God has allowed him to work in different areas of ministry.

Lesson 4: Dr. Sam Rojas – Collaboration Competencies


Dr. Samuel Rojas

Bishop Samuel Rojas is the Secretary of Social Assistance of the Apostolic Assembly, elected for the 2022 to 2026 term. He began to prepare himself for ministry by attending Christian Life College in Stockton, California, wherein he graduated with a Bachelor’s in Theology in 1994. In 2012 he graduated with a Master of Arts in Religion from the Evangelical Seminary of Puerto Rico. He graduated from McCormick Theological Seminary in 2017 with a Doctor of Ministry degree.

Dr. Ruth Olvera-Crutchfield

Dr. Crutchfield is the wife of 28 years to Minister Jason Crutchfield and mother of four beautiful children, Ayesha, Jared, Jayden, and James, who are twins. Academically, Dr. Crutchfield has a bachelor’s degree in Theology, a bachelor’s degree in Bilingual Communications Disorders, a master’s in Communication Disorders Bilingual Bicultural, and a Doctorate in Speech-Language Pathology. Professionally she is a Tenured Associate Professor at the University of Texas Rio Grande Valley. She has multiple publications in peer-reviewed scholarly journals and her research interests stem from her Hispanic origins — her focus being on bilingual assessment and intervention along with increasing awareness of the importance of early intervention.

Lesson 5: Dr. Ruth Crutchfield – Identifying Student Needs: A Guide for Bible College Professors


Lesson 6: Dr. Victor Serrato – Ministry Development

Dr. Victor Serrato

Dr. Victor Serrato is the assistant pastor of New Life Apostolic church in Merced CA.

Dr. Serrato has a tremendous passion for reaching the broken and the underserved. For the last 20 years, Dr. Serrato has devoted his life to helping people come out darkness and enter into God’s marvelous light. His passion is to reach the unreached and disciple people into a life of absolute abundance in Christ. Currently, Dr. Serrato resides in the city of Atwater, CA with his beautiful wife and 4 children. He travels often to the 10/40 window and leads evangelism and church planting efforts in remote parts of the world. He has a passion for evangelism, discipleship and leadership. He works closely with his senior pastor, Bishop Joe Aguilar of New Life Apostolic Church in Merced CA.

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