Baltic Methodist Theological Seminary

I come daily into contact with many non-Christians. Therefore, I felt the need to broaden my theological knowledge so I could become a better defender of Christ when communicating with non-Christians and have wiser answers to their questions.

My parents weren't Christians but my father had an interest in church architecture and organ music. Due to this interest, when I was 3 years old, we went to Tartu St. Peter's Church.

I grew up in a family where, for my parents, Christianity was part of culture. We had an icon in the corner of my father's childhood home in Setomaa. The baptism of children and confirmation were expected.

I am American, born in Brooklyn NY, and my family heritage is from Puerto Rico. I was raised in a Christian home.

Coming to the seminary was a long process for me. I can say that it was a clear call from God.

For several years I had been thinking about going to university, but I wasn't sure what I wanted to do and where.

I was born and raised in Kuressaare, on the island of Saaremaa and have lived most of my life there. I come from a non-Christian family.

I came to study in order to gain more knowledge that I needed for my daily work as a pastor.

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